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8th Feb '16 3:20:00 PM MattP5557
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[[WMG: We were led to believe that WesternAnimation/{{BobsBurgers}} was just Sterling Archers delusion but actually both shows were imagined by Louise Belcher A.K.A [[WesternAnimation/GravityFalls Mabel Pines]]
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[[WMG: We were led to believe that WesternAnimation/{{BobsBurgers}} was just Sterling Archers delusion but actually both shows were imagined by Louise Belcher A.K.A [[WesternAnimation/GravityFalls Mabel Pines]]Pines]]]]
8th Feb '16 3:18:25 PM MattP5557
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[[WMG: We were led to believe that WesternAnimation/{{BobsBurgers}} was just Sterling Archers delusion but actually both shows were imagined by Louise Belcher A.K.A WesternAnimation/{{GravityFalls|Mabel Pines}}]]
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[[WMG: We were led to believe that WesternAnimation/{{BobsBurgers}} was just Sterling Archers delusion but actually both shows were imagined by Louise Belcher A.K.A WesternAnimation/{{GravityFalls|Mabel Pines}}]]A [[WesternAnimation/GravityFalls Mabel Pines]]
8th Feb '16 3:12:56 PM MattP5557
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[[WMG: We were led to believe that WesternAnimation/{{BobsBurgers}} was just Sterling Archers delusion but actually both shows were imagined by Louise Belcher A.K.A WesternAnimation/{{GravityFalls|Mabel Pines}}]] At some point Bill Cipher decided that in order to stop her interfering with his EvilPlan he would freeze her in suspended animation with the delusion that she never lived in Gravity Falls and was just an ordinary little girl with a normal, loving (albeit dysfunctional family). However her subconscious thought back, deep down she new that this was not real so she subconsciously started destroying the illusion by introducing hints that things weren't right like [[PaintingTheMedium a change in]] [[ArtShift animation styles]] or [[AmbiguousTimePeriod it becoming increasingly difficult]] [[AnachronismStew to tell what time period it is]]. When none of this worked she resorted to having her imaginary dad spontaneously change appearance and personality then have him abandon her so he wouldn't be a distraction. now that that she has figured all this out all of that SpyDrama stuff is just to keep her entertained while she thaws out.
6th Feb '16 6:08:17 PM psionycx
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[[WMG: Woodhouse has gone to work for Charles and Rudi]] At the end of "Midnight Ron", Woodhouse laments that he wishes he could just run away (from Archer's abuse), but who would take him in? Charles and Rudi might. Considering that they were gunning for Archer they were awfully nice to Woodhouse, even when they tied him up and left him. Which, scarily, is kinder than Archer is towards him even on a good day! Better still, they're in the drug trade and thus could obtain heroin for him. They would also let him have (and keep) new clothes. Malory is actually the one who pays Woodhouse, not Sterling, and with ISIS's troubles she is mostly dependent on Ron for money. Woodhouse's salary was probably one of the first things she cut (if not eliminated entirely), which would hinder his ability to buy heroin.
4th Jan '16 11:34:28 PM psionycx
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[[WMG: Krieger has prosopagnosia]] The main argument for post-season five finale Krieger being a clone is that he often forgets the names of his coworkers. However, watching the season six episode "Edie's Wedding", it shown that Krieger also does not recognize AJ. She was born ''after'' all four Krieger's fell off the rocket gantry and he had seen her extensively since then, at one point even "borrowing" her for research. Lana herself is perplexed that Krieger doesn't seem to know who AJ is. Since this cannot be attributed to him being a clone, it has to be something else. He ''did'' suffer a very long fall, including a head injury. It's entirely possible that he developed prosopagnosia (face blindness) as a result. Thus he can remember most things and his intellect is unimpaired. But he cannot remember faces. This may account for his rant at Mallory that he can't be a clone of Adolf Hitler because he doesn't look like him. Krieger could be forgetting his ''own'' face, and thus examined it more closely while looking in a mirror and checking a picture of Hitler for comparison -- something he may have never bothered to do before.
15th Dec '15 2:53:41 PM maxwellsilver
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** Because if there's one thing that you can count on in Archer, it's that [[SarcasmMode time is normally and reliable.]]
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** Because if there's one thing that you can count on in Archer, it's that [[SarcasmMode time is normally and reliable.]]

* According to the season five finale, [[spoiler:Krieger is a clone of Edmund Burg, not Hitler.]] ** No, he is still [[spoiler:an implied clone of Hitler]]. Edmund Burke is the originator of the quote that they were discussing - "All that is necessary for evil to triumph is good men doing nothing", hence why Krieger mentions him.
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* According to the season five finale, [[spoiler:Krieger is a clone of Edmund Burg, not Hitler.]] ** No, he is still [[spoiler:an implied clone of Hitler]]. Edmund Burke is the originator of the quote that they were discussing - "All that is necessary for evil to triumph is good men doing nothing", hence why Krieger mentions him.

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* According to the season five finale, [[spoiler:Krieger is a clone of Edmund Burg, not Hitler.]] ** No, he is still [[spoiler:an implied clone of Hitler]]. Edmund Burke is the originator of the quote that they were discussing - "All that is necessary for evil to triumph is good men doing nothing", hence why Krieger mentions him.
14th Dec '15 10:45:02 AM psionycx
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* This isn't ''Franchise/StarTrek''. Files ''can'' be copied and backed up. So Krieger probably has her set to backup regularly, and if he (or anyone else) "kills" her then he simply restores her from the backup, perhaps making modifications each time. It's what makes the relationship so appealing, because with her DeathIsCheap.
13th Dec '15 11:14:07 PM psionycx
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* Definitely '''Jossed'''. "Drastic Voyage" takes place at a CIA black site and an assortment of high-ranking military officers are present during the operation. Note that this could be considered TruthInTelevision, as there actually ''have'' been recent scandals over the U.S. conducting espionage against allied governments, including Germany. Plus, the CIA has a ''very'' lengthy history of black ops involving the manipulation of foreign governments, some of which were at least nominally U.S. allies.
15th Nov '15 2:13:47 PM Tyrathius
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[[WMG: Ray will die, but Krieger will bring him back... As a zombie!]] They've done the cyborg thing several times already, so this would be a way to put a new spin on it. Plus, gay cyborg zombie. [[NinjaPirateZombieRobot Doesn't that sound like something Krieger would want to make]]?
4th Nov '15 3:52:18 PM LOAD
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[[WMG: Ray dies of sepsis between the end of Season Six and the start of Season Seven.]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_D5v9tWTfAg This clip]] has come out, and Ray is nowhere to be seen. Now, it could be nothing, or it could be that everyone's favorite gay cyborg is no more.
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