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Seamus Sterling Magoon-Archer
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First appearance "Blood Test"
Information
Age Infant
Hair None
Aliases "Wee Baby Seamus"
Affiliations
Nationality American
Personal Life
Family Trinette (mother)
Cyril Figgis(Possible Biological father)

Seamus Sterling McGoon-Archer, often referred to as the "Wee Baby Seamus," is the son of the prostitute Trinette. Trinette claimed that Archer was the father.

PaternityEdit

For a time, Archer was convinced that Seamus was his son, so he switched the blood sample that ODIN took for the paternity test with blood he stole from Cyril. The blood test showed that Sterling was the father. However, the blood that was tested was Cyril's, which might be why the results showed positive. Another possibility is that Barry Dylan forged the results, which would leave the identity of the father a mystery. Later in the show Trinette admits that Seamus is not Archer's son.

At any rate, it didn't matter because Archer agreed to forfeit any rights he had to dispute the test, leaving him forced to pay child support.

Relationship with ArcherEdit

When Trinette left town for a prostitution conference, she left Seamus in Archer's care. During this stay, Seamus consumed many alcoholic beverages, including some Bloody Mary from a celery stick, an olive from a martini, a full martini, ice from one of Sterling's drinks and a cloth soaked in alcohol from Malory's drink.

At the end of the day, Archer believes Woodhouse is in danger when Lieutenant Stripes appears to be aiming the Webley at Woodhouse's face. He uses Seamus as a distraction, throwing him up into the air. While all three men attempt to catch Seamus, Archer jump-kicks Stripes off the patio.

During the events of "Stage Two," Trinette admitted that Seamus was not Sterling's son. Despite this, Sterling spent the day bonding with him. He got Seamus's name tattooed on his back and had the name Archer tattooed on Seamus's back.

PersonalityEdit

Seamus seems to have a fondness towards Archer. In "The Double Deuce " Seamus shows a keen liking towards alcohol, possibly due his mother consuming during pregnancy, or possibly as a satire of his Irish heritage. He also responds well to "negative reinforcement" from Malory.

Gallery of ImagesEdit

There are 6 images of Seamus on this Wiki, visit the Seamus gallery to view all the images and screenshots. Here is a sample of three images from the gallery:
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