History YMMV / Archer

20th Jun '18 10:18:50 PM ProfessorDetective
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** Despite her minor role, Krieger's holographic wife Mitsuko Miyuzumi is fairly popular among the anime and cosplaying fans of the show.

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** Despite her minor role, Krieger's holographic wife Mitsuko Miyuzumi Miyazumi is fairly popular among the anime and cosplaying fans of the show.
16th Jun '18 6:40:28 PM MisterTambourineMan
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** The ISIS crew in season 6, did they really fail every mission given to them? Or was Holly and Slater setting them up for failure the entire time? Fans tend to go with the latter due to fact that Holly and Slater are very vocal about how they feel the ISIS agents are incompetent and unskilled but repeatedly give them extremely important assignments and use plans that suffer from ComplexityAddiction, infact in the season finale Lana briefly argues this. To cap it off, Holly and Slater only hired IRIS to begin with because they were being blackmailed by Malory, giving them reasonable motives to find an excuse to get rid of them.

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** The ISIS crew in season 6, did they really fail every mission given to them? Or was Holly and Slater setting them up for failure the entire time? Fans tend to go with the latter due to fact that Holly and Slater are very vocal about how they feel the ISIS agents are incompetent and unskilled but repeatedly give them extremely important assignments and use plans that suffer from ComplexityAddiction, infact ComplexityAddiction. Lana even argues this in the season finale Lana briefly argues this.finale. To cap it off, Holly and Slater only hired IRIS to begin with because they were being blackmailed by Malory, giving them reasonable motives to find an excuse to get rid of them.
7th May '18 10:06:30 AM Arcana4th
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* CounterpartComparison: Malory to [[Series/ArrestedDevelopment Lucille Bluth]]. Both are the EvilMatriarch of the group they're in, with MagnificentBitch skills and drink alcohol like there's no tomorrow (though Malory drinks whiskey and scotch while Lucille prefers martinis).
7th Apr '18 1:00:07 PM Psyclone
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** In the UsefulNotes/WorldWarI flashback in "Double Deuce", Reggie is shot by a German sniper after Woodhouse wastes three matches lighting his cigarette during night time in No Man's Land. This is a reference to a [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Three_on_a_match_(superstition) superstition]] that lighting three matches in a row is unlucky that supposedly got its start in WWI because it allowed enemy snipers to spot, aim at and finally fire at each of the lights.

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** In the UsefulNotes/WorldWarI flashback in "Double Deuce", Reggie is shot by a German sniper after Woodhouse wastes three matches lighting his cigarette during night time in No Man's Land. This is a reference to a [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Three_on_a_match_(superstition) superstition]] that lighting three matches in a row is unlucky that supposedly got its start in WWI because it allowed enemy snipers to spot, aim at and finally fire at each of the lights.lights, much like the sniper does in the episode.
7th Apr '18 12:59:42 PM Psyclone
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** In the UsefulNotes/WorldWarI flashback in "Double Deuce", Reggie got shot by a German sniper after Woodhouse wasted three matches lighting his cigarette during night time in No Man's Land. This is a reference to a [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Three_on_a_match_(superstition) superstition]] (that might or might not have really existed) that lighting three matches in a row meant certain death because it allowed enemy snipers to spot, aim at and finally fire at each of the lights.

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** In the UsefulNotes/WorldWarI flashback in "Double Deuce", Reggie got is shot by a German sniper after Woodhouse wasted wastes three matches lighting his cigarette during night time in No Man's Land. This is a reference to a [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Three_on_a_match_(superstition) superstition]] (that might or might not have really existed) that lighting three matches in a row meant certain death is unlucky that supposedly got its start in WWI because it allowed enemy snipers to spot, aim at and finally fire at each of the lights.
30th Mar '18 7:40:40 AM BenDover
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** During the season one finale, Archer has a chip implanted into his brain that causes Archer to dive into homicidal rages when in the proximity of ringing cellhpones. Four years later, enter ''Kingsman: The Secret Service", a spy film where the BigBad plots to send a large portion of humanity into homicidal rages using certain frequencies sent out by cell phone microchips. Three years later, the sequel has a trailer where Archer crosses paths with the protagonist, Eggsy.

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** During the season one finale, Archer has a chip microchip implanted into his brain that causes Archer to dive into homicidal rages when in the proximity of ringing cellhpones. Four years later, enter ''Kingsman: The Secret Service", a spy film where the BigBad plots to send a large portion of humanity into homicidal rages using certain frequencies sent out by cell phone microchips. Three years later, the sequel has a trailer where Archer crosses paths with the protagonist, Eggsy.
30th Mar '18 7:40:10 AM BenDover
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** During the season one finale, Archer has a chip implanted into his brain that causes Archer to dive into homicidal rages when in the proximity of ringing cellhpones. Four years later, enter ''Kingsman: The Secret Service", where the BigBad plots to send a large portion of humanity into homicidal rages using cell phones. Three years later, the sequel has a trailer where Archer crosses paths with Eggsy.

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** During the season one finale, Archer has a chip implanted into his brain that causes Archer to dive into homicidal rages when in the proximity of ringing cellhpones. Four years later, enter ''Kingsman: The Secret Service", a spy film where the BigBad plots to send a large portion of humanity into homicidal rages using certain frequencies sent out by cell phones. phone microchips. Three years later, the sequel has a trailer where Archer crosses paths with the protagonist, Eggsy.
26th Mar '18 3:45:11 AM jormis29
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** The soundtrack album "Cherlene" features a [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LJ2RmFcxoDs cover of "Danger Zone" - featuring Kenny Loggins!]]

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** The soundtrack album "Cherlene" features a [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LJ2RmFcxoDs cover of "Danger Zone" Zone"]] - featuring Kenny Loggins!]]Music/KennyLoggins!
13th Mar '18 1:40:48 PM AdamC
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** The ISIS crew in season 6, did they really fail every mission given to them? Or was Holly and Slater setting them up for failure the entire time? Fans tend to go with the latter due to fact that Holly and Slater are very vocal about how they feel the ISIS agents are incompetent and unskilled but repeatedly give them extremely important assignments and use plans that suffer from ComplexityAddiction, infact in the season finale Lana briefly argues this.

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** The ISIS crew in season 6, did they really fail every mission given to them? Or was Holly and Slater setting them up for failure the entire time? Fans tend to go with the latter due to fact that Holly and Slater are very vocal about how they feel the ISIS agents are incompetent and unskilled but repeatedly give them extremely important assignments and use plans that suffer from ComplexityAddiction, infact in the season finale Lana briefly argues this. To cap it off, Holly and Slater only hired IRIS to begin with because they were being blackmailed by Malory, giving them reasonable motives to find an excuse to get rid of them.
28th Feb '18 9:29:16 AM BenDover
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** During the season one finale, Archer has a chip implanted into his brain that causes Archer to dive into homicidal rages when in the proximity of ringing cellhpones. Four years later, enter ''Kingsman: The Secret Service", where the BigBad plots to send a large portion of humanity into homicidal rages using cell phones. Three years later, the sequel has a trailer where Archer crosses paths with Eggsy.
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