Archer’s Ray Gillette Speaks About the Sochi Olympics, Beyonce, and Turtlenecks

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Archer's Ray Gillette

FX’s Archer returns with Ray Gillette on January 13th with its season 5 premiere entitled, “Vice.”

Archer’s popular ISIS agent, Ray Gilette, shares his commentary on the Sochi Olympics, Beyonce, and turtlenecks.

Ray Gillette (voiced by show creator Adam Reed) is an ISIS agent on the popular FX show, Archer. Recently, Gillette sat down with OUT for an exclusive interview. The interview provided his thoughts on a number of topics from Beyonce’s new album, to the Sochi Olympics, and turtlenecks.

Gillette thoughts on the Sochi Olympics were,

“I have a lot of thoughts about the Sochi games, but I think I’ll keep them to myself—one of my main goals in life is not to die from polonium poisoning.”

When asked about the secrecy around Beyonce’s new album, he shared,

“Wait, WHAT?!”

Apparently, he hadn’t heard of it. However, he did comment on his interest in rent boys,

“My accountant keeps telling me that “lease boys” actually make more sense—something about an accelerated depreciation schedule?”

Finally, when asked who wears the ISIS standard black turtleneck better, Gillette admitted that,

“If we’re genuinely being honest, Archer. Ugh.”

FX’s hit show, Archer, has its 5th season premiere on January 13th.

Watch the season 5 promo for FX’s Archer on Youtube.

Source: OUT

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