Easily one of the sharpest animated shows currently on TV, Adam Reed's parody of James Bond-ish alpha-masculinity has long had a fervent fanbase — and frankly, it deserves a bigger one. After four seasons of spoofing espionage movies, Reed and co. decided to take a hard left turn and unleashed Archer Vice: a one-off seasonal spinoff, of sorts, that has reinvigorated the animated FX series by shaking up the plot and having the characters resort to a life of crime in order to cash in. (Imagine if 007 suddenly Tron-ed himself into a game of Grand Theft Auto, and you're almost there.) Drugs, gangs and a rogue country singer take over the storyline, but the show remains stylistically intact. Season Six will return to the old, familiar format, but now's the time to catch up.