Cartoon show about spy agency ISIS, an International Secret Intelligence Service where its highly trained employees confuse, annoy, undermine, betray and mess up.
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Review: Archer - The Spy Always Living in the "Danger Zone"
Insanely funny animated series Archer, best described by Adam Reed, its creator, as 'James Bond meets Arrested Development', sure delivers twenty minutes of pure entertainment with each episode. I for one can say this is the funniest animated series so far, but you have to take this with a grain of salt knowing I am a huge fan of both James Bond and Arrested Development.
Adam reed is certainly right in pointing to Arrested Development when he describes his animated series. Besides Jessica Walter plays the role of the mother in both series there are a few more characters played/voiced by the same actors in both series. Jessica Walter lends her voice to Archer's mother and head of the ISIS spy company Malory Archer.
Sterling Archer, code named 'Duchess' after his mother's deceased hound, is a master spy known on all continents for his skills. Yet the 'danger zone' he is always living is mostly defined by his relationships than by all the dangerous missions he has. Saving the world seems to be easier for Archer than handling his mother, International Secret Intelligence Service that employs him, or Lana, his coworker spy and ex-girlfriend. Just as Arrested development, the Archer series too makes the most out of the dysfunctional interpersonal relationships and rivalry among its characters.
What separates Archer from most recent animated series is that it's smart, well written, and manages to deliver pure entertainment each and every episode. If you want to laugh till you cry your eyes out for twenty minutes right now, and haven't watched a single Archer episode yet, do yourself a favor and go watch one right away.
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