Archer has conflicting emotions when he finds out Krieger has rebuilt his dead wife Katya as a cyborg.
Original International Air Dates:
United Kingdom: May 16, 2012 on 5*
Cheryl is joking about Marco Polo, a game that children sometimes play at the pool or while swimming. The seeker closes their eyes and blindly tries to find the other players. As an idea of how close they are, the seeker shouts, "Marco!" The other players must shout, "Polo!" in response.
Lana: ...You need to jump in a time machine and then go have a threesome with Oedipus and Sigmund Freud.
Oedipus is a Greek character that slept with his mother and killed his father.
Pam: So, Robocop, pro or con?
Robocop is a 1987 movie about a crime-solving cyborg.
When Archer enters Dr. Krieger's apartment, there are dozens of air fresheners in the shape of pine trees hanging from the ceiling. This is a reference to the film Seven and the scene where Mills and Somerset enter the room where the "Sloth" victim had been kept.
The end of the episode alludes to the end of the Dustin Hoffman movie, The Graduate. In both stories the two runaways board a bus after fleeing a wedding. Then, as "The Sound of Silence" starts playing, you see doubt creep across their faces.
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