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Luckily, the signature "Archer" connective joke tissue that melds its disparate plots with bookending conversations is as sharp as ever, too.
"The Orpheus Gambit" makes a fine argument that a humbled Archer can still make for a funny Archer. "Bloodsploosh" suggests that the show's authors might not think that's an idea worth pursuing at all.
Archer is back in a way that is - at least on the surface - similar to the early days of the show. But you'll soon realize just because we're back in the land of the living doesn't mean this series is done evolving.
Stripped of an office and primo parking space, wielding a tricked-out cane that invariably zaps its owner, Archer sulks, rants and intrudes on capers, putting everyone in weekly peril when he's not crossing any number of #MeToo lines.
Audience Reviews for Archer: Season 11
Dec 27, 2020With such high expectations to go back to normal after three unnecessarily long comatose years, Archer manages to fall flat, with a new and improved agency, but not nearly as exciting as the old one
Dec 17, 2020This seasons brings Archer and the rest of the characters back to the spy agency. It is quite amazing to see how the jokes stand even when they're just reheated gags from previous seasons. I guess the quality of the show's premises, character development, clever writing and awesome voice performance from its cast prevent it from wearing off.
Dec 17, 2020Haven't laughed so hard at archer for a while, this new season a refreshing return to its roots.
Dec 16, 2020amazing season! every episode had me laughing
Nov 13, 2020The 11th Season of Archer is... THE GREATEST!!! Watched the entire episodes.
Nov 04, 2020Finally! Season 11 is the come back I was always hoping Archer would make but never thought it actually would. Best season since the first 4 in my opinion.
Nov 03, 2020Finally! At long last "Archer" returns to its original setting with which its creators evidently feel the most comfortable as well as we, the audience, like it the most (as it seems to me). And as to the season itself, while it is by all means a "welcome back" a all have been waiting for, it refuses to simply go back to how the show was and instead introduces certain changes to it, as represented by the fact that Lana did not return to Cyril and found another husband instead and by Archer's new cane. This changes in the well known formula, its characters and places reminded me of "BoJack Horseman", but where changes in BoJack's story in the end turned out as crude and rather aimless, the ones in "Archer" are way more subtle and sensible. This, in turn, reminds me of how I felt about this show the first time I watched it: that it was a pleasant getaway form inescapable depression of watching "BoJack Horseman", another animated show for adults that I gravitated towards at that time. And here we are, all those years later. "BoJack" is done, while "Archer" still manages to be great. I know which one on those shows I like better.
Nov 01, 2020After three seasons of "coma fantasies", Archer's latest season finds its titular protagonist returning to reality, and the writers find ways to revamp the show while also returning it to its traditional format. Returning after three years in a coma, Archer finds a lot has changed with his cohorts, and the writers usually mine gold from this area. The show is still sharp and consistent, if maybe not as novel as previous years, but it has a great finale that even finds a way to tie in Archer's coma-adventures into his reality. After being on air for a decade now, Archer isn't appearing to be growing long in the tooth at all, and probably has plenty more life in it!
Oct 29, 2020No longer doing phrasing
Oct 17, 2020Probably season 11 is the best so far.