Archer S03E02: Heart of Archness, Part II Promo

Archer is in the Danger Zone will he make it out alive

Archer deals with the trials and tribulations of being Pirate King while ISIS remains semi-committed to his rescue.

Air Date :  21 September 10:30 pm

Episode Plot

Archer, in hiding since the murder of his fiancée, is finally tracked down in the South Pacific by handsome adventurer Rip Riley. To get Archer safely back to ISIS, Riley will have to survive the elements, a plane crash, a shark attack, starvation, drowning, exposure, and possibly pirates. Oh, and Archer.


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Interview with Dr. Krieger from FX Comedy “Archer”

Archer – Interview with Dr. Krieger (Lucky Yates)

Archer Season 3 has just started to air and although fans didn’t get to see Dr. Krieger he is sure to return to the fold soon enough. In the meantime find out what the man behind DR. Krieger, Lucky Yates, had to say:

I know you, along with the amazing Amber Nash (Archer’s Pam Poovey), are part of Atlanta’s “Dad’s Garage Theater Company” improv group. Can you tell us more about what goes on there?

Lucky: Dad’s Garage is the greatest place on the planet. We do improv comedy every weekend of the year (we never close) as well as a full season of originally scripted works generated by the ensemble and our talented friends. I have a degree in theatre (spelled the fancy way!) from Wayne State University in Detroit, and the fact that I spend every weekend on stage in front of an audience is pretty bitchin’. The gang at Dad’s is the funniest and most talented group of folks I’ve ever worked with. They make me laugh every time I’m with them, and I’ve been in this game a long long time.

How does voice acting compare to the live stage?

Lucky: When you’re doing voice over work, you get to dress like you just rolled out of bed (I usually have) and you have the script right in front of you so you don’t have to worry about learning lines. I do improv more than anything else, so I’m always just making up my lines anyway, but you still have to worry about stage pictures and looking good and presenting things for the audience. When I’m in the booth I’m either staring at a script, the microphone or Adam and Casey out in the control room to see if I’m making them happy. Voice over work kicks ass. I highly recommend it.

So, how did you land the role of Dr. Krieger.

Lucky: The lovely and talented Amber Nash is responsible for me getting to come in and read for Krieger. The legend goes that when Adam was finally going to give Krieger some lines (he’s silent in the first 3 episodes) he didn’t know who to cast. He asked Amber if she would recommend anyone and she brought my name up. I had worked with Adam and Matt on Frisky Dingo, so we were already fans of each other. They brought me in, had me record the script for Killing Utne and then we had to wait for approval from the good folks at FX. They gave their blessings and kablam! I was Krieger. Man, I love playing that guy.

Is it something you’d want to get more involved in? Maybe be in a slew of animated shows like Jon Benjamin?

Lucky: If I could make a consistent living voicing characters on animated shows, I would be the happiest person on the planet. Seriously. The. Happiest.

Are there any similarities between Lucky and Krieger?

Lucky: Other than my voice and our love of vans, not so much. I WISH I was a super scientist, but alas, I’m just some ding dong actor from Detroit.

As we saw in the finale of season two, Krieger is clearly a big Rush fan. Are you a fan of Geddy and the boys yourself?

Lucky: When I was a kid, I was more into television and movies than I was music. When all of my pals were starting to get into Van Halen and whoever, I was still into watching Saturday morning cartoons and Monty Python. But in order to fit in, I figured I’d better wear some kind of band button on my jean jacket or I was in for an ass kicking. The band I chose to wear… Rush. True story. Plus Geddy Lee did “Take Off” with the Mckenzie Brothers and that was a comedy album I listened to quite a bit.

Krieger has come up with quite a few crazy inventions. What would be your favorite so far?

Lucky: Awww Pigley.

And lastly, what is your favorite Krieger moment/scene so far in the series?

Lucky: Getting the last line in Season 2 was a pretty huge honor for me. And building Fort Kickass will forever remain a favorite. But honestly, everything Krieger does makes me laugh and is a pleasure to be a part of. Adam Reed is a comedy genius and one of the nicest guys I know. Getting to play the lunatic scientist on the funniest and coolest show on television is the greatest thing that has ever happened to me. Seriously.

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FX Network Comedy “Unsupervised”

FX Network New Animated Comedy “Unsupervised”

Release dates

During the last 2 years “FX” has aired only one animated show, the outstanding Archer. But now Archer will be accompanied by the newly commissioned “Unsupervised”.

“FX” has ordered 13 episodes with the show due to air in January 2012.


Unsupervised boasts an impressive cast with Justin Long, Kristen Bell, Romany Malco, Fred Armisen, Kaitlin Olson and Alexa Vega all on board to provide vocals for the show.

Unsupervised Summary

The series follows two best friends, Gary and Joel as they optimistically face the rigors of teenage life without any parents around to tell them what to do.

The show comes courtesy of Rob Rosell, Scott Marder and David Hornsby; all of whom write and produce FX’s signature comedy series “It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia.”


No artwork or previews have been released to date but with the show airing in 4 months some you can expect some soon.


Archer Season 3 Better Have the Danger Zone

Danger – Zone!!

“How hard is it to poach a damn egg” 

Hey lana…lana…lana.. LANA!!

The anticipation is killing me. After laughing ferociously at season 1 and 2, I don’t know what to expect from Archer season 3 but if there is one thing I want to see – it’s the Danger Zone.

Read all the Latest and Greatest Details about FX “Archer” Season 3.

Danger Zone!


Comic-Con Interview with Cast of “FX Archer”

The Cast of hit FX Series Archer set the record straight when caught up with them at Comic-Con

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Archer Interview with Creator Adam Reed

Archer Interview With Series Creator Adam Reed

Archer Interview

Enjoy this short Interview with Archer Series Creator Adam Reed, who talks about Archer and voice Actor Jon Benjamin (voices Archer)

How would you describe Archer?

Adam Reed: Functioning alcoholic man-whore. If man-whore is hyphenated, it’s one word.

Can you tell me anything about the finale for this season?

Adam Reed: Archer dies.

Don’t say that!

Adam Reed: The finale… It’s an explosive finale. It’s a shocking ending. I will say Archer doesn’t die. That’s kinda spoilery

You want him in Season 3 so you don’t want to kill him.

Adam Reed: Yeah. No, and I think Jon Benjamin has kinda like a 40 years contract, so he’s not gonna go anywhere.

How did you originally hooked up with Jon Benjamin?

Adam Reed: We called his agent about 1,000 times.

So you knew you wanted him?

Adam Reed: Yeah. You know he’s on every Adult Swim show. And I’ve been crazy about him ever since Dr. Katz. But FX wasn’t familiar with him. So we actually had Archer drawn, and we took the Archer character and got some audio from Coach McGuirk in Home Movies. Then we just had Archer in this tuxedo and talking to Brendon. And they were like,”Yes, get him!”
We actually had to get them to harass his agent cause nobody knew who we were. So we basically stalked him until he said yes.

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