Archer (2009– )
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White Elephant 

After ISIS headquarters is raided by FBI Agents, Archer and Lana work to break out the crew while Mallory works on a deal to get them all free.

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Sterling Archer (voice)
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Cheryl Tunt (voice)
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Pam Poovey (voice)
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Lana Kane (voice)
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Cyril Figgis (voice)
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Malory Archer (voice)
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Ray Gillette (voice)
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After the FBI storms ISIS HQ, the team is charged with an alphabet soup of crime, including treason. Malory negotiates to secure the release of the entire team, but this entails giving up ISIS. Back at the HQ the team huddles; they fantasize, brag and "crowd resource." Archer asks a very important question then has a vivid idea via musical montage, which foreshadows the entire Season 5 of "Archer Vice." Written by LA-Lawyer

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13 January 2014 (USA)  »

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When Archer is in the Trans Am, he is dressed like Burt Reynolds' character from "Smokey and the Bandit" (1977), who also drove the same black Trans Am. See more »

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It's pretty much a spoiler for itself
10 December 2014 | by See all my reviews

What the eff was that? The episode was going fine, just as attention grabbing and fun as any other episode for the past 4 seasons. Then, at the end, it just cuts to running through the entire 5th season, in a montage of clips that completely spoil the whole thing. At first I thought it was a joke, like an arrested development thing, where they just pretend to give you a flash of the next episode but it's all a lie. But no, near the end I saw a glimpse of an episode I had seen out of order. I've never seen anyone sabotage their own show like this. I can't imagine why. I don't even feel the need to watch the rest. I'll probably watch the rest just for the witty humor and what not. But overall I, and everyone I was watching episode 1 with, is totally unimpressed.

I would advise to just skip to the next episode when it comes to the end.


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