Every Literary Reference Made by Sterling Archer in One Supercut

Serena Bramble, the mastermind behind this supercut writes, “Sterling Archer, the modern take-down of James Bond on Adam Reed’s cult animated show Archer, is many things,” including a book nerd, “but that last detail has always been a quirk in the show, with literary references spouted out almost as often as jokes about oral sex.” If you’ve watched the show, you may have caught the references to Chekhov, Tolkien and Orwell, just to name a few. But, in case you didn’t, Bramble’s supercut gathers them together and shows proof that Archer’s creator indeed had a “tenure as a frustrated English major.” Check it out.

via Indiewire

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