In Washington, Nina and Rosen meet with Senator Charlotte Burton and Nina uses her ability to confirm that the senator has had every August Medical photo stim recalled and destroyed. Nina then has her give them all of the information and make sure that the import ban goes through. Once Burton leaves, Rosen realizes that Nina is having another headache but she says that she'll be fine. They notice that Burton has wandered out into traffic and Nina manages to get her off the street just in time. Nina gives her orders to go home again and Burton wanders off, seemingly dazed...Read the full recap
Cameron: Well, he's not alone anymore, is he? Leave it to Parish to make the Borg a real thing.
Cameron: It's a Star Trek thing. Don't worry about it.
Stanton Parish: Teenagers. Haven't changed much since the 19th century. I've raised my fair share.
Gary: I'm gonna have a shiner now. Bill, it's your fault that I got punched. I get to punch you now, Bill. It's my turn.
Bill: Gary, no one is gonna punch anybody, okay?
Nina: By the way, if you're not sleeping with him and he's still buying you $100 Scotch, he's a keeper.
Title: Gods and Monsters
The title comes from a line from the movie Bride of Frankenstein (1935), "To a new world of gods and monsters." It was also used as the title of a 1998 semi-fictionalized movie account of that movie's director, James Whale.
Cameron: Leave it to Parish to make the Borg a real thing.
The Borg are cybernetic humanoids from the Star Trek franchise that share a collective consciousness.