In "Fembots in Las Vegas" part 1, it is revealed that the OSI salvaged Alex's monitoring device and stored it in their vault.
The inscription on the large stone pedestal in the vault is a quote from Isaiah 2:4 in the Old Testament of the Bible.
In this episode it is revealed that Jaime has a fear of snakes (ophidiophobia, also known as ophiophobia).
Jaime: Elijah was an incredible man.
Dmitri: No doubt, but he took on too much responsibility.
Jaime: Oh, that's true, but his dream was such a good one. He knew somebody was going to set off a bomb eventually, and that his Doomsday Device was going to start to countdown.
Dmitri: He wanted that to happen?
Jaime: Of course! He told me that you never appreciate life as much as when you're closest to death. And today, he took every leader of the world to his own funeral and let them feel death right up close. I mean, what could be a better inspiration for living in peace than that?
Dmitri: (sadly) But will they remember it tomorrow?
Alex: If you won't tell me about yourself, Jaime, then I'll have to do some investigating on my own. (Jaime grabs a handhold) Interesting. Your right hand doesn't seem to perspire at all. (Jaime pulls her hand back) If you touch that gate in front of you, you will take a direct 220 volt charge. I'm afraid it would be just goodbye. Jaime. (Jaime grabs the gate and pulls it open) That's quite an unusual arm. What's it made of?
Jaime: Sugar and spice.
Alex: That does not compute.
Alex: Jaime... you are running at 57.384 miles per hour, Jaime. This is not normal.
Jaime: What are those glowing panels?
Alex: My main logic and memory units.
Jaime: Your brain?
Alex: In a manner of speaking, yes.
Jaime: Where is this chamber located?
Alex: On subterranean level 8, the lowest level of this complex.
Jaime: Why are you willing to show me all this?
Alex: Because the normal elevator routes have been sealed, and it's really quite impossible for you to even get near the auxiliary entrances. My defenses are designed to keep an army out of this complex for six hours, much less an ordinary woman.
The ALEX supercomputer is a clear reference to the HAL supercomputer from 2001: A Space Odyssey.