Gramercy, Halberd!
Archer s8e7 Title
Series Information
Series Archer                              
Season No. 8
Episode Information
Episode No. 7
Original Air Date May 17, 2017
Written by Adam Reed
Production Code XAR08007
U.S. Viewership (Millions) 0.309 [1]
Episode Navigation
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"Archer Dreamland: Gramercy, Halberd!" is the seventh episode of Season 8, and the ninety-second episode overall.


Archer and Trexler try to escape a rampaging Dutch by telling the world's worst knock-knock joke. [2]




Cultural ReferencesEdit

Running GagsEdit

  • "Are you hourly?" / "I mean..."


  • Reality (Non-Dream):
    • None
  • Dream/Reality Crossover:
  • Dream (Non-Reality):
    • This episode begins immediately where the previous episode, "Waxing Gibbous", left off.


  • Title Explained: "Gramercy, Halberd!", is a quote from Act 3 Scene 1 of a play written by Sir Walter Scott in 1830 called The Ayrshire Tragedy [3]. The word "Gramercy" means "many thanks" or "an expression of surprise, wonder, etc" [4]. A "Halberd" is a weapon of the 1400s and 1500s having an axe like blade and a steel spike mounted on the end of a long shaft. [5]. In the episode Dutch attacks Archer and everyone else with a halberd.



Person 1: "Quote Here"
Person 2: "Quote Here"
Person 1: "Quote Here"


Person 1: "Quote Here"
Person 2: "Quote Here"
Person 1: "Quote Here"

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External links Edit


  1. Archer Season 8 Ratings on
  2. Season 8 Episode Guide on
  3. The Ayrshire Tragedy on Google Books
  4. Gramercy on
  5. Halberd on Wikipedia


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