He remarried last November, for what it’s worth.
Apparently there’s a moment in at least one version of the play where the real narrator/villain Arachne decides there’s too many men on the Sinister Six, so she just makes up Swiss Miss on the spot.
You’re absolutely right, of course.
A) This is only the second one? and B) Because it’s beautiful.
I blame his son, Richard.
Look, I’ll start taking “What do the coma dreams say about Archer’s subconscious?” seriously the second the show does.
I’m very partial to his little aviator goggles in the Spain flashback.
I appreciate that the show occasionally feeds ideas like this, but I’ve talked to Reed, and he really, truly does not seem to care about using these coma seasons to reflect on Archer’s inner workings, unless it can pay off in an easy joke.
Yuuuuup. I don’t know if Tyler is busy, or if the character—who’s always been kind of the show’s moral voice—just doesn’t fit as well anymore.
I thought about including it in the Alert, but it feels so tangential that it didn’t pass muster. (Also, later Wedge uses it post-Yavin.)
The good news/bad news there is that we’re already halfway through the season.
I contend he’s good in small doses; I thought his single-episode appearance during the L.A. season was something of a highlight.
It’s true. Dude gets stuck on one point and can’t find a way to yes-and at all.
Renewed earlier today.
No worries! It’s a poorly guarded Newswire secret that Sam and I are both huge McElroy fans, so references tend to creep into pieces that we write.
It’s your last chance to have your ego validated and/or crushed!
I mean, I directly addressed this in the article.