It’s not exactly the most interesting season of Archer yet, but that’s because it’s not really all that much different from its predecessor.
That’s partly because Archer is so much more than just an action show, which is a bit of a problem for fans of a more linear approach to the show.
But the season 11 finale has also been something of a revelation, as it’s finally revealed how the Archer and Archer: The Next Generation relationship developed, and even introduced new characters like Captain Archer, who we’ll get to see more of in the season finale.
Here are some of the highlights from the season: Archer: Season 11 finale recap, episode 5: “The Next Generation” season 11 premiere review The episode starts off with Archer, Sarah, and Archer (Mick Jagger) sitting around a campfire together.
As usual, it’s just an ordinary campfire, with nothing happening.
Sarah and Archer start discussing Archer’s new obsession: collecting artifacts from the future.
The conversation becomes heated when Sarah asks why he’s interested in such an old thing, and he says he wants to learn it, but Sarah says he’s only going to do it if it’s a little more fun.
She explains that, while it’s hard to believe in the future, it can actually be the future!
Archer tries to get some answers from Sarah by showing her a piece of a necklace from the alternate future, only to be disappointed to find it’s fake.
Sarah then tells him that the necklace isn’t a fake.
Archer and Sarah discuss why they’re not interested in the items from the past, and she says she wants to keep them hidden.
Archer then tells her to get the others to leave and not talk.
Archer asks why she’s worried about Sarah.
She says she has to keep the necklace, because if they don’t find it, she’ll kill everyone.
Archer is still worried about her, but soon realizes that Sarah is the one that’s holding the necklace.
They both agree to keep it as a secret.
Archer says he’ll do whatever Sarah tells him.
Archer: Seasons 9-11 review, episode 6: “Falling in Love” season 10 premiere review Sarah’s next revelation is that she’s dating Archer’s ex-boyfriend.
They go on a date, and the whole time, Archer is thinking about Sarah and wondering what she’s doing.
After a long time, Sarah and the rest of the group leave the campfire to go to a restaurant, but Archer is already planning to leave because he’s going to visit the doctor.
Archer wants to go out with her, so they both agree, and go to the doctor together.
They discuss their relationship, and Sarah says she likes him because she’s like a second mother figure to him.
When they leave, Archer tells Sarah to stay away from him, but she says he should talk to her instead.
Archer tells her he’s happy with what he’s been doing with the other girls, and asks if she wants him to call her Mom.
Sarah tells Archer that he’s just glad he has a second chance at a relationship.
Archer responds by telling her he really wants to be with her.
Archer kisses her.
Sarah says that she really loves him, and leaves the doctor’s office.
Archer returns to his apartment, but he has no plans to hang out with Sarah.
Archer talks to Sarah about why he wants her to call him Mom.
She tells him she’s really worried about him.
They decide to spend some time together and talk about things.
Archer decides to talk to Sarah on the phone.
He tells her that he feels a little strange around her.
She goes on to say that she doesn’t know how to handle that, but agrees to hang up.
Archer goes to talk with Sarah on his phone, but it doesn’t work.
He goes to go get some breakfast and comes back with a message.
Archer calls Sarah, but gets a call back from her, who says he hasn’t answered the call yet.
Archer tries again, and it’s the same.
Sarah leaves the apartment, and goes to see a doctor.
She gets sick and has to go home.
She calls Archer and says she can’t take it anymore.
Archer’s phone rings, and a voice says it’s Archer.
He says he just wanted to tell her that his relationship with Sarah is over.
He asks her if she has any idea how long he was going to be together with her and what he would do if he left.
She doesn’t want to talk about it, and hangs up.
The episode ends with Sarah leaving the hospital with a nurse in tow, and they’re driving down the road to the hospital.
Archer sits in the passenger seat, thinking about his past.
He sees a sign on the road that says, “It’s not easy being a man, Archer.”
He remembers seeing her on the news a few years ago, and how she’s not so happy anymore.
He’s thinking of how they’ve gotten along so well