This page is intended to document anything and everything that directly relates to both series in as much detail as possible.
|Actor||Archer Character||Bob's Burgers Character|
|H. Jon Benjamin||Sterling Archer||Bob Belcher, various|
|Eugene Mirman||Cecil Tunt, Gene Belcher||Gene Belcher|
|Kristen Schaal||Tiffy, Louise Belcher||Louise Belcher|
|John Roberts||Linda Belcher||Linda Belcher, various|
|Larry Murphy||Frank||Teddy, various|
|Chris Parnell||Cyril Figgis||Warren Fitzgerald|
|Robert Ben Garant||Rudy||Torpedo Jones, Critter|
|Thomas Lennon||Charles||Chuck Charles, Kenny|
|Jack McBrayer||Randy Gillette||Marbles, Kevin, Leslie|
|Jon Hamm||Captain Murphy||Talking Toilet|
|Fred Armisen||Gustavo Calderon||Tommy Jaronda|
|Gary Cole||Agent Holly||Sergeant Bosco|
|Rob Huebel||Patrick "Crash" McCaren||Prince of Persuasia, various|
|Kumail Nanjiani||Farooq Ashkani||Skip Marooch|
|Patton Oswalt||Alan Shapiro||Moody Foodie|
|Keegan-Michael Key||Detective Diedrich||Various|
|Jon Daly||Richard "Ivy" Stratton IV||Sasha|
Here is a visual comparison of the Archer versions of the Belcher Family (and asst. landmarks) alongside their original counterparts:
- The crossover episode, Fugue and Riffs, is a tribute to the 2005 American crime thriller A History of Violence.
- Lana mentions that Bob's Burgers is in the vicinity of New York City (where ISIS headquarters is located), though this is not necessarily true in the official continuity.
- Two of the running gags from Bob's Burgers are used in the crossover episode: A Burger of the Day, or rather "Week" in this case, is shown and mentioned (Archer thinks up a second burger later in the episode); instead of a Pest Control or Exterminator "Truck," the KGB agents' vehicle is shown as they are there to "exterminate" Archer.
- In the Family Guy episode Guy, Robot, Carl, a character voiced by H. Jon Benjamin does impressions of both Bob Belcher and Sterling Archer in a stand up comedy routine. The joke being that their voices are all nearly identical to each other.