Odin says Goliath is "on his turf" – a slang term that a Norse god, or even most Norwegians, wouldn't say.
The writer can't have done much research for this episode, because the depiction of Norway is wildly inaccurate.
Goliath: I owe you an apology as well. It seems I am unaccustomed to dealing with a god, or being one.
Odin: Then we have all gained rare enlightenment this night. The eye's standard gift.
Goliath: No wonder you've been pacing yourself. Without your eye, you're not what you used to be.
Odin: What I lack in strength, I have more than gained in wisdom.Goliath: Then have the wisdom to yield.
Elisa: (to Goliath) It's about time you came around.
Angela: But is he himself again?
Goliath: Jalapena, do I have a headache...
Elisa: (chuckles) That's our Goliath!
Elisa: (shivers) How come it got so cold all of a sudden?
(there is the sound of a crash as the skiff stops)
Goliath: Believe it or not, we've hit ice.
Elisa: I believe it.
Erik: This isn't protection! It's... imprisonment! Your Goliath... is a tyrant!
Elisa: Trust me, Erik, it's not our Goliath.
Goliath: You betray me too, little one? Very well. My protection is withdrawn, it is my wrath you must face now.
Erik: I'm Erik Sturluson.
Erik's last name is likely an allusion to Snorri Sturluson, author of the second of two Eddas which are the source of almost all of the Norse myths still known today.