Cyril acts like he has a phobia of priests and nuns stemming from a past trauma he's uncomfortable discussing. He tells Cheryl he is faking so he won't have to go on any more missions with Archer, but was shown reacting fearfully to Lana in a nun outfit during a flashback to an S&M scene.
On the plane, and later in a cafe in Rome, Woodhouse is shown scratching, which is used as an indication that he is withdrawing from Heroin. Actually, Heroin causes users to itch while using, not while withdrawing. This misconception is also seen in the episode Blood Test.
Cypher is an X-Men whose special ability is easily understanding languages.
We can now add the Camorra to Archer's list of enemies, and the legendary incompetence of ISIS has spread further.
Archer reveals that Dicky Woodhouse is dead and he not only did not allow Woodhouse to attend his funeral, he has not even told him about it.
While on the trunk of the Swiss Guards' car, Archer says "Who am I William Safire?" Safire was an American author and speechwriter who wrote a New York Times Magazine column called On Language.