Malory's new hobby is collecting payloads of B-52 bombers: Mark-28 hydrogen bombs. She wants ISIS to recover an H-bomb and then "give" it to the U.S. government, in exchange for a huge reward...or ransom. ISIS must obtain a deep submergence vehicle, or DSV. to obtain an H-bomb. With 2 DSVs in existence and the Russians having one of them, it is a problem. Malory wants to beat the Russians, so when Cheryl announces her stupid gross brother, Cecil owns the other DSV, things start to look up. Archer loves that Cecil owns an island, undersea lab and a "choppersaurus," with wet bar and buffet. Cecil seems to be generous with his toys and without strings, or does Cecil and his Vegan girlfriend, Tiffy have ulterior motives? One hoax later, the ISIS crew learns of the sinister mission in store for them. Those crazy Tunts! Why does Cecil insist on non-diegetic music? Will Archer ever define "wildly liberal use of the bar"? Grab an Epi-pen and get your jumbo scrimps on! There's more to this ... Written by
Did You Know?
Cheryl/Carol's brother Cecil and his wife Tiffy are played by Eugene Mirman and Kristen Schaal, who star alongside H. Jon Benjamin in Bob's Burgers as siblings Gene and Louise. See more
From 1962 to 1972, the USA did actually field a Mk 28 'hydrogen bomb', later called B28, and there existed a B28FI version as the label says in Malory's presentation. However, its casing and tail fin assembly looked completely different; the picture in the presentation looks more like the 'Little Boy' bomb as used on Hiroshima. See more
References Sea Hunt
Closing Theme 'The Killer'
Written by Harry Arnold See more