Archer recap: Season 11, Episode 8

Archer recap: Season 11, Episode 8
Archer recap: Season 11, Episode 8
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Of all traditions Archer I think his approach to the season finale – i.e. bundling – has evolved in the air over the past decade with the whole crew going on an exotic adventure full of new characters and supposedly global threats – might be my least favorite. For sure, “Space race” is a blast, but for the most part this one End of season Extravaganzen tend to weigh guest stars and action set pieces, slightly on the character comedy that this is Archer at its best. Sure, “Cold Fusion” falls into this form; as the end of a season that is seen Archer Get back to basics in the most welcome way. It’s a little disappointing to see some of these revitalized its less successful elements, too.

Though really, if we didn’t already know that part of this week was the series finale, could you actually tell by watching it? Sure, Archer gets a recap at the end where he pushes back (not particularly convincing in my opinion). against the thesis of the season that his waking up has ruined the life of his colleague. And we get some bizarre flashes from coma season folks – crackers! – which suggest our protagonist’s brain has gotten really messed up in a way that is different from any other thing screwed up in Sterling Archer’s brain. But there’s no real effort rounding up the season’s themes or closing any character arcs – to the point that when Archer lists all of his friends’ setbacks, the only draw for Lana is that she’s mean to a just-introduced supporting character Neither we nor the audience really care about.

And really: No shadow to Pamela Adlon or Kayvan Nov if-both are fantastic on their own each FX shows– but Antarctic explorers Sandra and Rex don’t seem likely to make a dent in the big list of greats Archer Guest characters. It takes a certain level of expressiveness to be successful when you fall into a group of voice actors who are so comfortable with making a big splash with their performances, and neither Adlon nor Novak seem to have the juice to keep up. (Again, that’s not necessarily a confrontation with them; no less valued than a cast member as Jamie Lee Curtis fell into a similar boat twice this year.) The episode brings more miles from the guy with the permanent Werner Herzog voice and the creepy warrior – quite not to mention the MVP Baby Lamont episode (although that might just be my weakness Frisky Dingo References that raise his ugly head).

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On the plot: The entire agency is kidnapped to Antarctica by an Elon Musk guy who turns out to be the paint-by-numbers guy Lex Luthor’s approach to curbing the real estate market with some hydrogen bomb-assisted sea level changes. Most of the episode is taped with a base murder investigation, but it’s really all just time between weird interrogations and Ray Gillette ice cream binges. It turns out there’s a bomb, a conspiracy to flood the planet, and a chance for Archer to almost die again, this time to save the world with a massive explosive pickleback. It’s red, I say, which means that the quality of the episode has to fall back on the strength of their jokes, and that strength really isn’t nearly that big enough to base this whole thing on.

It’s not that it’s in “Cold Fusion,” though they’re always closer to each other than I normally expect from this show. (My list of great lines, which is usually multiple pages, looks pretty sparse tonight.) It’s just the few great lines that appear Mostly hanging around on the sidelines as to whether it’s Pam playing strip solitaire to the explorers seducing or cheryl / carol casually stabbing people. In his efforts to reduce all the characters to the best of basics, to get Archer’s whole “I’m your excuse to suck” thing at the end of the land, it seems like Mark Ganek’s script has the nuances and nuances of our favorite idiots too Taken neuroses from which so much strength derives ArcherComedy. We only have superficial cracks because Pam is horny, Lana is angry and Malory needs a drink. Eleven seasons later, the depths of these characters’ various themes are the most powerful reserve of comedy this show has; wasting it can’t help but make the whole thing feel like a disappointment.

ArcherSeason 11 ends where it probably had to be: when everything is back to normal – regardless of whether Archer’s character model has been updated with a stick or not. (Tear up the tactile stick, plotty like never before.) But in the hope of an actual, meaningful change from Archer has always been a futile game. T. The real treat this season has been seeing how it goes, definitely that Archer can still be Great, and funny, and Clever, and surprisedno matter how long it runs. W. hen the members of what is still one of the best-functioning casts on television is getting the tools and writing to succeed with it. This show is climbing as effortlessly as it seemed in the “golden years”. But it’s not “Cold Fusion”. T. Thank God for the Season 12 renewal because especially if the show ended like this, it would be a bitter dream to try to wake up.

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Episodennote: B-

Seasonal: A-

Stray observations

  • This is full armchair quarterbacking, but it really feels like it Episode from last week should have been the season finale, right? More personal stakes, better payoff from seasonal themes, even the recurring appearance of Peregrine. It is strange!
  • Archer, after Lana betrayed the supposed rival of the graduate school Sandra: “Nothing worse than an archenemy who doesn’t know that you exist: as if you’ve been playing the air guitar all your life. “
  • “Why don’t you all take a deep breath? There’s wonderful oxygen right outside my office. “
  • I might as well say that here, but the voice acting from the villain’s villain, Trip, really didn’t work for me. Read as generally complacent (and slow!) With no real character.
  • The guesswork of the crew about what kills people at the base: “Alien monstrosity”, “Carnivorous virus”, “Demon possession”, “Multi-dimensional infernal” and this old port of call, “Sex worms”.
  • Aisha Tyler doesn’t have much to do tonight, but the contempt she puts in vilifying penguins as “flightless birds” really tickled me.
  • “That’s the thing about real men, they always say they are men.” Between this and the ice cream, Adam Reed reminds us why Ray remains an important part of the show’s cast.
  • Aw, Archer’s Plinko Board.
  • “Jesus, Cyril, are you leaving your nuts in your other womb?”
  • Nice to see KGB sleep agent Rona Thorne still get work.
  • The mysterious stuff is frustrating because when you tell me Archer I’ve tackled a conspiracy by Agatha Christie, I’d be anything for it, but the whole thing is so half-hearted. Archer tries to shadow it with the setup for the slow, trampling exhibit, but the episode doesn’t head enough into the mysterious tropics to support the gag.
  • But also: who killed Maddox?
  • Why did Ray see the Elon Musk? Pig tied? Really, this is an episode of many mysteries.
  • “We’ll cross this bridge if you casually stab her.”
  • From my notes: “Wait, is cucumber juice less dense than water? Why is the pickleback bomb floating? “
  • I can only assume that the crackers appearance was recorded specifically for me. I miss this bird.
  • Obscure Reference Warning: This is our second Shackleton reference in two weeks, while a French 75 is a sparkling cocktail of gin, champagne, lemon juice, and simple syrup. Bernard Bozen was a 19th century philosopher and logician. AND Baby Lamont was the penguin saved from global warming after Killface’s son Simon activated the annihilatrix and moved the earth three feet from its original position. Obviously.
  • Line of sequence: Again this section becomes the unofficial Judy Greer jubilation section; Nothing in this episode made me laugh harder than Cheryl / Carol’s casual “So hello and stab” to one of Trip’s thugs. But really, she ran the board tonight, between the loud whispers, her deliberate helplessness and her delight over the concept of a “Cola submarine”.
  • And that includes us for season 11 of Archer. All in all, I’m incredibly pleased with how the show made it through this final transition – there are episodes here (though admittedly not these) that stand up to everything the show has done in the long run. God knows when Season 12 will actually arrive, but the bulk of it Dies The season makes me very excited about where the show is going next. Until then, be healthy and thank you for reading!

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