EXCLUSIVE: 'Archer' Debuts Dr. Krieger's Bizarre Cooking Show in Season Six Bonus Features!

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Throughout six seasons of Archer, we’ve seen Dr. Algernop Krieger (Lucky Yates) come up with some pretty unsettling inventions, from virtual girlfriends to horribly-mutated clones of himself. But in the bonus features for the Season 6 Blu-ray and DVD release, the mad scientist is cooking up something much more innocuous: toast!

“Until now, the only way to make toast was the hard way,” Krieger announces in this hilarious cooking show featurette -- stylized to look like a lo-fi VHS recording -- as he sets fire to a loaf of bread with a blowtorch.

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The scientist is joined by “TV’s Michael Gray” to debut Milton the Toast-Making Robot to a receptive infomercial audience that consists entirely of, you guessed it, Krieger clones.

“Say Michael, would you like some toast?” Krieger asks.

“Of course I’d like some toast!” Gray responds. “But toast is a billion dollar industry! Wouldn’t I have to pay those outrageous restaurant prices?”

Not anymore, Krieger claims, thanks to Milton, a robot that looks like an office copy machine, but apparently, makes toast. Check out how it works in the clip above!


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This week, ETonline spoke with Archer star Jessica Walter, who dished about the show’s upcoming seventh season, which debuts on March 31.

"I've never been in a show that's lasted that long," the Arrested Development star marveled.

The FX animated series -- which will be revamping its concept once again in the new season to focus on storylines about private detectives in Los Angeles -- has continued to earn new diehard fans with each new season. And Walter says this year will be no different, despite any reservations over its Magnum, P.I.-inspired makeover.

"It's a fresh take on everything," the 75-year-old actress explained. "There is a lot of fun to be made of Hollywood and private eyes."

Archer Season 6 is available on Blu-ray and DVD on March 29.

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