Awesome show, although why and how exactly does Archer seem to be able to perfectly understand animals?
I can establish that Archer takes place in the 1970s. In "The Double Deuce", Woodhouse has a tontine from Bloody April in World War I that is now worth one million dollars. Woodhouse states that they invested nearly 1,200 pounds, which equates to $5,712 in 1917 exchange. With the assumed 10% interest stated in the episode, this would take 54.19 years to become one million, placing the time of the episode in approximately summer of 1971.
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This was a great night of television, there is no other way to put it. Despite one show having a bad night, the good overwhelmingly outweighed the bad. The Vampire Diaries, the best of the night and the best of the season, had an episode that rates as an instant classic in my book due to the strong chemistry between the performer. The chemistry would not have shined as brightly if it weren't for the brilliant new villain, Kai. Elementary had one of its best episodes ever despite the big twist at the end being obvious from the beginning of the episode's first act. The weak twist was more than compensated for with the phenomenal acting of everybody, but special acclaim goes to Oliva Lovibond for the show's last moments. Archer continues to strongly rebound from last season's sub par Drug Dealer plot with an episode that worked so well as an homage to the Clint Eastwood film, The Eiger Sanction. Also, the episode demonstrated how well the show is handling the baby drama introduced in last season's finale by making all the characters' reactions very natural. Reign, the worst of the night, continues being what every single critic says it is, complete melodramatic garbage and proof that The CW isn't in any way mature. The show does embrace its camp on occasion, but the scenes between Francis and Mary have no life whatsoever and sucks the air right out of the show.