What Does Archer, A Web Series, And Bigfoot Have In Common?
If you like the hilarious show Archer, the character Pam Poovey, and Bigfoot, then we have a treat for you. Amber Nash has launched a new web series hartofamerica.com which “features a web of ridiculous stories (cops, killers, teen sex, and bigfoot) that mingle together to form a hilarious and epic conclusion, all set against the backdrop of a state park.”
Amber participated in a reddit AMA to help launch the new web series and it’s just as fun as you think it would be. She gave a bit of info about the series in the comments. For instance:
I’m really excited to share it with you guys! It’s got murder, sex and a weed smoking Bigfoot, you know something for everybody. I play 4 characters in this thing. That old narrator man? Me. Cop? Me. Weird Hippie? Me. Grandma? Me too! The other thing to know is that this is a narrative series so you kinda have to watch everything so it makes sense, but man oh man, episode 7 is epic and I’d love to hear what you think of it.
Of course, people asked about her costar Judy Greer (OUTLAW COUNTRY!) and here’s what she had to say:
Judy is super fun and full of energy and kooky for real. Adam has gotten to know us all better over the years and really writes the characters for us more than ever. So I do feel like a lot of that comes from Adam knowing what Judy is capable of. I love Cheryl so much too!
reddit user manbearpaul asked “Were there any memorable moments in the recordings/production or Archer you’d like to share? Funny, weird, gross, take your pick!”
My favorite is still when recorded the episode where Pam is humping the gyro and they weren’t quite getting what they wanted out of me so our EP was like “Amber watch me and just make the right noises” so he just started humping around the studio and I made humping noises. That was the day that I realized that hands down I had the best job ever.
That’s just a taste of the AMA so you should definitely head on over and check it out to get the full Amber Nash treatment. Sploosh!