Archer and Lana go undercover as husband and wife while staying in a luxurious penthouse in New York's high rent district. But tensions between the two soon become as intense as if they actually were a real married couple. Meanwhile, the rest of the Isis crew decides to eavesdrop on the "newlyweds".
Did You Know?
While receiving a massage, Pam complains to her masseuse for not being firm enough, saying "Who are you? Van Cliburn? Knock off the ticklin' and work that shit!" Van Cliburn was a famous piano player. "Tickling the ivories" is an idiom referring to the act of delicately playing the piano. In fact, Pam's masseuse is positioned such that Pam's back is like a musical keyboard or piano, and he is indeed making motions with his fingers much akin to quickly but gently playing the piano. See more
Do you have any idea how many times I've had to get out of handcuffs?
Whew! Well, thank God you've been arrested so many times.
References The Honeymooners
Closing Theme 'The Killer'
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