Kind of an odd episode, no? Lana and Archer take a trip to Wales in "Achub Y Morfilod," which was penned with the input of guest actor Matthew Rhys (who plays a spy on another FX show, The Americans). It's not the romantic getaway Archer envisions ... but thanks to the usual "idiot Archer shit," it's his own damn…
Spies are everywhere in pop culture right now, including tons of spy movies and TV shows. So why are we so obsessed with secret-agent madness? Is it nostalgia, or a reflection of new, real-life preoccupations? Here are all the reasons why 2015 is the year of the spy.
Yesterday, whistleblower Edward Snowden was granted temporary asylum in Russia, after revealing how the US government was spying on its citizens. Meanwhile, some of the most idealistic Americans on television are the Soviet spies in FX series The Americans. Have the 1980s superpowers swapped positions in the 2010s?