|Original air date||January 27, 2011|
Plot summary Edit
In yet another attempt to secure funding for ISIS, Malory drags her agents to the luxury winter resort town of Gstaad to protect a German billionaire's daughter from a kidnapping threat. But Archer soon finds out the real threat is his protectee: an underage nymphomaniac who will stop at nothing to bed the world's greatest spy.
Anke walks into Sterling's hotel room while he is shaving. Sterling uses his shaving kit to cover up his nudity, but cuts himself in an extremely sensitive place while doing so. He requires stiches to treat his wound.
Main Cast Edit
- H. Jon Benjamin as Sterling Archer
- Amber Nash as Pam Poovey
- Chris Parnell as Cyril Figgis
- Adam Reed as Ray Gillette
- Aisha Tyler as Lana Kane
- Jessica Walter as Malory Archer
- Lucky Yates as Dr. Krieger
- After calling on ISIS to cut back on expenses and salaries, Malory receives a call from her furrier and requests the gray fox. Archer expresses anger that she's "buying new horse shoes", mistaking the word for Farrier, an expert in equine hoof care.
- The crotch shot photo of Anke Schlotz exiting the limo is a reference to Paris Hilton.
- The age of consent in Switzerland is 16; in Germany it is 14, as Anke says (though there are probably a boatload of reasons why Archer would still get in trouble if he tried to bang her.).
- The photo Malory shows of El Frente Rojo, (the group attempting to kidnap Anke). Is identical to the famous photo clippings of the SLA, robbing a San Francisco bank in 1974.
- Ray mistakes the laser sights from the snowmobiles as a Pink Floyd show, referencing the English rock band's elaborate stage show effects.
- Archer: "I wasn't eyebanging her".
Pam: "Man, I was."
Pam: "What?! Geez, I'm only human!"
Archer: (pause)"Are you?"
- Anke: "How familiar, you must address me by my title, Countess Von Fingerbang"
Gallery of ImagesEdit
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The song used during the snowmobile chase is Following You by Pierre Dutour Et Son Orchestre from the Chappell Library.