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Archer: Season 3 [Blu-ray]

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Join suave master spy Sterling Archer and his team at ISIS for another hilarious season of over-sexed, hard-drinking espionage and insanity! With a crisis brewing aboard the international space station, Earth may be doomed, but the world's most dangerous secret agent has bigger worries. Archer's dead fiancee returns to life as a cyborg. His nemesis, Bionic Barry, takes over the KGB, and Archer's mother has steamy affairs with both the Italian prime minister and Archer's man-crush. Packed with outrageous operations and irreverent intrigue, Season Three comes armed to the teeth with exclusive, highly classified animated extras. YOUR MISSION: GET ARCHER...TODAY!

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How appropriate that this boxed set of episodes (13 on two discs, plus extras) from the third season of Archer is accompanied by a promo for Bond 50, the mammoth reissue of 22 James Bond movies. This show is 007 ad absurdum; Bond films can be cartoony, but Archer really is a cartoon--and a smart, clever, and consistently funny one at that. As usual, the action revolves around self-described "world's greatest secret agent" Sterling Archer (H. Jon Benjamin), codename: Duchess, who seems to have evolved, if that's the word, into an even more drunken, vain, sex-obsessed cad than he already was--and that's saying something. The season opens with "Heart of Archness," a three-parter that finds Archer missing in action, a predicament that doesn't seem to bother anyone at the ISIS agency other than his mother, Malory (Jessica Walter), who dispatches a tough guy named Rip Riley (a hilariously deadpan Patrick Warburton) to locate her son. Other silliness ensues, as Archer, hottie former girlfriend Lana (Aisha Tyler), and the rest of the crew board a train to battle "radical Nova Scotian separatists" and an ocelot, head to West Virginia to help Ray (Adam Reed) and his pot-farmer brother, and travel to space, where they're caught up in a dastardly scheme (concocted by a baddie voiced by Bryan Cranston) to populate Mars. They're all amusing--the character animation remains limited, though the dialogue is unfailingly witty, literate, and punny--but the standout episode is "The Man from Jupiter," in which Burt Reynolds, playing himself, dates Malory, shows Archer what a real man is, and discusses a sequel to Gator, which just might be Sterling's favorite movie ever. There's even a Gator 2 trailer included among the special features. Ridiculous? Sure. But with Archer, that's precisely the point. --Sam Graham

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  • Actors: H. Jon Benjamin, Judy Greer
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, DTS Surround Sound, NTSC, Subtitled, Animated
  • Language: English (DTS 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Studio: FX
  • DVD Release Date: January 8, 2013
  • Run Time: 286 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,224 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B007CO5N72
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #16,797 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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Yes. A tasty slab of Archer with a side of comedic heavyweights (David Cross is a snug fit). If there is a place in hell for writers who just piss away an amazing show after a couple of great seasons, these writers will be peeing off a cloud onto that place, and will probably eat some asparagus beforehand. I am a smiling slave to this show. Oh, and if you don't catch it all on the first go, you can trust that it will age well.
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Vulgar, sexy, shameless, hilarious, and extremely quotable. I forgot educational; if you pay attention to the intricacies and look up the things you don't understand, you'll be enlightened to a higher state of knowledge. Now that's an impressive combination of attributes for a TV show to have.

The only flaw this show has is that it only runs 13 episodes per season.
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All is good again in the Universe. Archer is back for season three and it picks up right where it left off. Yes, life is good again. He is truly everything the five year old in me wants to be.
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I was hooked from season 1. Still watch it over and over, there are so many little idioms and sayings you will find new gems each time you watch. I could not believe they had this on a non-premium channel. Not a series you could have a conversation about at the water cooler. But you will find yourself telling people to just watch. Season 1 amazing (watch Mole Hunt or Diversity Hire), Season 2 was lacking and picked up at the end (best episodes 2:3,2:8-9,2:11-12) (wondering if the Jon Benjamin has a van) series interfered with season 2 writing. Season 3 episodes 1-3 was good and redeemed it's self again. BTW if you can catch the Jon Benjamin has a Van, it's done quite well.

Sterling Malory Archer (H. Jon Benjamin), codename: Duchess Though he shows proficiency in stereotypical spy skills--weapons, driving, martial arts--his only real interest in the job is the opportunity to enjoy a jet-setting lifestyle full of sex, alcohol, thrills, lacrosse, fast cars and spy toys (in that order). Egotistical and self-serving, Archer generally lacks empathy towards anyone. He was largely reared by his valet Woodhouse, whom he constantly belittles. He appears to carry the classic James Bond Walther PPK as a personal sidearm, despite being consistently insulted as to the gun's diminutive stature by his co-workers,

Lana Kane (Aisha Tyler) is the top female agent at ISIS and Archer's ex-girlfriend. A beautiful, competent and deadly agent, she also has incredibly large and strong hands, which other ISIS staffers regularly mock as being mannish or "Truckasaurus-like." Smart and tough, she is constantly frustrated that she is still seen as second fiddle to Archer and passed over because his mother heads the agency.
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Archer is the world's most dangerous spy, code name duchess, and he is probably the luckiest.
He is a cross between 007 and Maxwell Smart. Absolutely hilarious, and absolutely adult entertainment, not explicit, just suggestive, violent, adult situations, adult (beeped out) language, but well worth the watch!
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this show is as awesome as ever! love the jokes, though not as many sex jokes as there usually is, that's okay, it's still so so funny. and I love Patrick Warburton. (he played the tick. and I saw him in rock slyde, "i'm a jolly roger and i sail the seven seas, swashbuckle me"- you would know if you saw the movie.) this episode continues all the cliches and jokes we love (sploosh) and introduces one new character. plus, it ends in a cliffhanger, sort of, though more like mid stream of a story. all in all, don't miss this one.
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Archer is a show that people are going to either love or hate with a passion--and most people are going to hate it. A brief description of the idea behind Archer is kind of "Get Smart" combined with Southpark. Archer has a variety of well defined characters whose different personalities make interactions amusing and interesting. The writing of Archer is (from a literary standpoint) pretty good. There are layers of meaning and nuances that show the writers are putting a lot of thought into the script and adds to the depth of the show's humor. However, the world of Archer can be pretty ridiculous, so a good ability to suspend disbelief is necessary. In addition, the show is pretty raunchy and they use lots of profanity. In my opinion, the use of profanity and sex is done in such a way that it supports the script and is not just carelessly added or pointless. Another thing to keep in mind is that Archer often references itself so I recommend starting at season one (or at the very least the beginning of a season) to fully enjoy it. While Archer is probably not most people's cup of tea, it is well written, outrageous, and unique.
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OVERVIEW: The comedy series "Archer," created by Adam Reed, was first announced on FX in the fall of 2009. Reed credits the inspiration for the show to a personal experience in which he was unable to muster up the charisma to hit on a beautiful woman; he later fantasized about a suave, debonair spy who would always have the right moves. I have absolutely fallen in love with "Archer;" I can't get enough of the continuous wit and exceptionally clever dialog. Unlike other animated shows, "Archer" utilizes complex plotting as well as character development, allowing viewers to watch and rewatch episodes without sacrificing entertainment value. I am personally humbled by the various cultural references employed by the writers--it just goes to show how involved intellect must be in creating comedy. I fully understand that much of the show's content may be deemed offensive to some viewers, so to enjoy it, it's best to keep in mind that "Archer" is written in a satirical manner. It is fair to warn, however, that the series earns its TV/MA rating quite well through use of crude language, violence, and sexual situations; basically, it's probably not suitable for children or anyone who isn't a fan of that sort of comedy.

The storyline centers around Sterling Archer (H. Jon Benjamin) who is the sort of spy Reed had imagined, only with a few extra character `flaws'--he is pretty much a sociopath. Despite bearing the codename Duchess, Archer is considered the world's most dangerous spy; were he not absorbed with promiscuity, alcoholism, expensive toys and tactlenecks, he might also be considered the world's best spy. Archer works for his self-centered and emotionally distant mother, Malory Archer (Jessica Walter), at the International Secret Intelligence Service (ISIS) based in New York City.
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