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|First appearance||"The Double Deuce"|
|Voiced by||Roy McCrerey|
Playing the piano
|Relationships||Woodhouse (assumed homoerotic love interest)|
Captain Reginald "Reggie" Thistleton was an English fighter pilot during World War I. He is voiced by Roy McCrerey.
Before the SeriesEdit
Woodhouse served as his batman (officer's personal attendant) during World War I. It's possible that he went to school with Woodhouse but it's possible that Woodhouse's memory was failing him. Reggie and Woodhouse developed unspoken, homosexual feelings for each other, however they never acted on them. This relationship made a fellow pilot, Lt. Scripes, jealous.
As Captain of the Double Deuce Squadron, he noticed his men were getting depressed. Reggie started a tontine with the rest of the pilots and soldier servants. It began with 1,200 British pounds and over the course of several decades worked its way up in value to over $1 million US dollars.
When Reggie was shot down and his plane crash landed in No Man's Land, they were forbidden to rescue him. Woodhouse went anyway, he provided Reggie with a cigarette which allowed the enemy to shoot him through the neck. The death caused Woodhouse to go into a homocidal rage and kill around 50 German soldiers with his knife. He was discharged from the service because he scalped all his enemies.
Woodhouse paid several tributes to Reggie. He named his bar "Reggie's Bar" and he named the lemur that Sterling Archer stole Reggie. After Archer is born, he asks Malory if his middle name could be Reggie. Malory responds by saying that it's a little "too gay".
After several members of the Double Deuce Squadron died, Scripes came to visit with Woodhouse and Corporal Bishop. Scripes brought Reggie's old Webley Revolver to give to Woodhouse as a sort of a peace offering. Scripes also had feelings for Reggie, and his final words were, "I'm coming Reggie!"
Reggie has been known to hate water, as when Woodhouse gives him some, Reggie refuses it, saying, "Fish fuck in it."
|Appearances for Reginald Thistleton|