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Fit Fix: Welcome Back to the Danger Zone: Archer Returns for Season 7

Today in animated noir homages, and everything else you need to know.
Archer season 7 premieres March 31 on FX.

LANAAAAAA: Sterling Archer, everyone's favorite (okay, not everyone's favorite) super-spy returns to FX tonight for the seventh season of his animated show. This year, the now-CIA-blacklisted Archer and co. have changed out their Miami Vice style for a gritty, 80s-style detective noir set in...Los Angeles? Yep, Los Angeles. Catch it at 10 p.m. ET.

BONUS: The best of Pam Poovey, courtesy of the Archer Twitter account. Thanks for this, FX.

TFW You Find That $20 in the Wash: Atlanta Falcons linebacker Sean Witherspoon said his fiancée discovered a game check from his playing days with the Arizona Cardinals as they were moving out of their Phoenix apartment. The check's estimated worth? $138,235, according to ESPN.

Guess He's a Punk, Then: Bubba Watson is the latest star to sign on as one of the "Punks and Poets" representing Stance, the occasionally outrageous (but always sharp-looking) sock brand.


Top Women's Players Sue U.S. Soccer: Five of the most accomplished and well-known players of the U.S. Women's National Team—including Alex Morgan, Hope Solo, and Carli Lloyd—have filed a federal complaint alleging that U.S. Soccer has discriminated against women's players by paying them less than their male counterparts. “We are the best in the world, have three World Cup championships, four Olympic championships, and the U.S.M.N.T. get paid more to just show up than we get paid to win major championships," Solo said. [New York Times]

Where Intermittent Fasting Goes Hardcore: You've probably heard of intermittent fasting, in which dieters carefully calibrate their eating (or rather not eating) to maximize their fat burn. Now, a community of Silicon Valley coder bros called is taking intermittent fasting to its logical—and sometimes challenging—extreme. [BuzzFeed]

Can You Even Do That?: Lakers rookie Marcelo Huertas made the rest of the court look silly by playing a little hide-and-seek behind Miami Heat coach Erik Spoelstra before charging upcourt and making an unbelievably sneaky steal against Goran Dragic. Watch around 0:27 in the video:

Top Gear: Check out the new trailer for the BBC show starring Chris Evans and Matt LeBlanc, plus test driver The Stig.


This is your first look at all-new Top Gear, coming this May

Posted by Top Gear on Thursday, March 31, 2016



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