During last night's episode of Archer, we got to learn a lot more about the show's "lesser" characters, Cheryl and Pam. When Pam gets abducted by people who think that she's actually Cheryl, we learn that Cheryl's had a secret all along.
Archer just loves paying homage to the men with mustaches that made the 80s such a masculine world to live in. On last night's episode, Archer took the opportunity to document his chemo treatment for the breast cancer he found out he had last episode, but he wasn't willing to make such a film without some major auteur sensibilities. It seems this moving conclusion to last night's Archer was heavily influenced by a controversial episode of Magnum P.I.
When Archer goes with Mallory to get her breast cancer test results back, the doctor gives Mallory a clear bill of health—and finds a lump in Archer's chest.
Meet Rona, Archer's answer to the Reese Witherspoons of our world. Mallory assigns Lana to take Rona (who's voiced by the funny Rachel Harris) around with her for awhile to help her get prepared for an upcoming role.
It's always great when our favorite pop culture characters have a clear understanding of Pop Culture and have some eccentric favorites of their own. Case and point: Last night's Archer showed Sterling to be quite the Burt Reynolds fanboy.
On last night's Archer, a hooker showed up demanding a paternity test from Archer, but the last thing the world's most important secret agent is ready for is fatherhood.
No, not the show, but Sterling Archer himself. Last night's season premiere finds our hero trying to dissuade unwanted finger banging from a sixteen year old seductress hailing from a country where the age of consent is fourteen.
Questions were posed, few were answered. Who is Archer's father? Is Lana really going to bang that fat woman nobody will sleep with? Will Cyril go postal? Thank God Archer got renewed!