BLU-RAY REVIEW: Archer Season 2
286 minutes of smart comedy...
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Archer is hands down one of the funniest shows that you’re not watching. Much like Arrested Development, Archer takes some easing into but once you’re in, you don’t want to let go. This is an animated series that dares to go where no spy series dared to go before. It’s edgy, it’s raunchy, it’s pitch perfect and not for the kids. Season 2 just landed on DVD and Blu-Ray on December 27, perfect timing to see the brand new episodes of Season 3 on FX this January 19th.
The show continues to revolve around super spy Sterling Archer (H. Jon Benjamin) and his agency ISIS run by his alcoholic mother Mallory (Jessica Walter). Thirteen sexy episodes make up the 2-disc Blu-Ray set (and DVD) with some hilarious extras.
-ARCHERSAURUS – SELF-EXTINCTION – See what the Archer show was like when a dinosaur was cast in the leading role.
-ASK ARCHER – Sterling Archer answers letters from his adoring fans. Find out which live action actor should play him if given the opportunity and more!
-SEMPER FI – Archer records shout out video to members of the United States Army... or was it the Marines?
-L’ESPION MAL FAIT – In this bonus footage, Archer wakes up from the hospital looking like his live action voice actor H. Jon Benjamin. See how Archer deals with his shorter stature, baldness, and lack of strength.
-ISIS INFILTRATES COMIC-CON – Here you can find snippets of the cast and creator appearance at 2011 San Diego Comic-Con.
Archer Season 2 is approximately 286 minutes of smart comedy. Nowhere else will you find a show with sexy ninjas, male breast cancer, and a whole lot more. Pick up Season 1 and 2 where DVDs are sold and tune in to FX January 19th for Season 3.
Review by David Yeh
Archer Season 2 Courtesy of 20th Century Fox