After saving Archer back in Russia, Katya Kazanova goes back to the United States with Archer. However Malory and Lana are skeptical of Katya's defection to the West. The KGB labels Katya ... See full summary »





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Episode credited cast:
Sterling Archer (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Woodhouse (voice)
Cheryl Tunt (voice)
Pam Poovey (voice)
Peter Newman ...
Cyril Figgis (voice)
Ray Gillette (voice)
Dave Roberts ...
Lana Kane (voice)
Malory Archer (voice)
Casey Willis ...
Barry Dillon (voice)
Doctor Krieger (voice)


After saving Archer back in Russia, Katya Kazanova goes back to the United States with Archer. However Malory and Lana are skeptical of Katya's defection to the West. The KGB labels Katya as a double agent, and all hell breaks loose in ISIS. Archer now has to fight for Katya's innocence as every ISIS agent comes after her. Written by Anonymous

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21 April 2011 (USA)  »

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Doctor Krieger: [Kreiger's van screeches to a halt outside Archer's apartment] And here we are!
Malory Archer: I swear, if anyone sees me in this awful van...
Lana Kane: How could they, with this illegal ass window tint? Dude, this van is like, rolling probable cause.
Malory Archer: So all ashore from the S.S. Date Rape.
Ray Gillette: Toot toot.
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Season 2: Aside from a few weaker episodes, continues the smart, silly writing and good comedic delivery
14 July 2015 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

There are a few weaker episodes within this season, but generally it continues the crude, bickering silliness of the previous season – which is a good thing. Ironically, the weaker episodes I found were the ones that tried to have too much expansion of the narrative, the episodes that took us towards a specific character or had to fit in a lot of events to make it work. It is not to suggest that less story works best in this show, but I do enjoy the times where the characters get to be crude, impatient assess towards one another, since this tends to produce the funniest material.

The deadpan tone throughout backs this up, and is well supported by the animation, which continues to have a great old-school feel and manage to look simple but yet also hugely polished at the same time. The writing has plenty of great lines throughout, and they are very well delivered by the cast, who have great comic timing with their deadpan. It is hard to pick a favourite since everyone has great material. Benjamin of course is the most consistent, with Tyler having good presence, but the supporting characters tend to get the best laughs – with Walter's matriarch, and Greer's dippy Cheryl regularly having very strong lines.

It perhaps continues not to be for everyone, and (thankfully) it doesn't seem to have particularly softened its cruder material to get a wider audience; however the deadpan narcissism of the characters and their sharply written and delivered bickering continues to make for consistently good laughs across the season.

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