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Archer Season 3 Teaser: Heading to Philadelphia

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Can't wait until Archer returns for its third season in January? Well, don't worry, because it looks like the the trio of teaser episodes that FX is giving us in September may just be the thing to hold you over.

FX has released a season 3 promo for the first episode, which airs September 15 after It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia. And it looks like the two will share more in common than just scheduling, as Archer heads to the gang's infamous Paddy's Pub.

Watch the promo below and get excited for some drunken Sterling adventures:

Oh, and rest easy, these three episodes do not affect the rest of the season. We still have a full 13-episode order beginning in January.

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I can't wait for Archer to start back up in January. Archer and It's Always Sunny are my two favorite comedies on TV. I feel kind of bad for DirecTV's customers though, since they'll probably be losing FX soon. I'm glad to be an employee and subscriber of DISH Network where we have a long-term contract with Fox and are always adding on to the services (like the Blockbuster Movie Passs for instance). I can see a lot of angry DirecTV customers looking elsewhere soon.