At the B&B at night, Myka is looking through websites about ovarian cancer, hoping to find some sign of hope for her own condition. Pete comes in and Myka hastily shuts down her browser. Her partner asks what she's doing up and Myka talks about how she's glad that she got to see all of the wonders. Pete realizes that something is wrong and Myka imagines all of his possible reactions if he told her. She tells him that she's just thinking about stuff and they go to get his sandwich...Read the full recap
Myka: What are you doing up?
Pete: It's time for my 3 a.m. sandwich.
Myka: It's 1 a.m.
Pete: I'm still on East Coast time.
Artie: We need to get a move on and shuffle off to Buffalo.
Pete: Ah, yes, Buffalo, birthplace of the hot wing.
Myka: Healthiest part of the chicken.
Pete: Hey, Artie.
Pete: We're not gonna have to dig up any dead bodies, are we? 'Cause I promise you, it only looks cool in the movies.
Pete: Ah, an uber-rich loner with a seret underground lair.
Myka: Right? Like who is this guy, Spider-Man?
Pete: What? Oh my God, no! Spider-Man lives in Queens with his aunt. Batman..
Artie: Pete, moderate your Comic-Con panel later!
Myka: What's Comic-Con? (Pete whimpers)
Pete: Wait a minute. Are you crazy? I mean, who wouldn't want to be immortal? You might get to see the Browns win a Super Bowl.
Myka: Like who is this guy, Spider-Man?
Spider-Man is the Marvel Comics character created by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko in 1962. He is in reality student Peter Parker, bitten by a radioactive spider and possessing spider-like powers.
Batman is the famous comic book superhero created by Bob Kane in 1939. Although he has no superpowers, Batman is among the most feared and respected heroes of the DC comics, as well as along with Superman the most iconic.
Pete: Aleister Crowley? The guy from the Ozzy song?
Ozzy Osbourne released the song "Mr. Crowley" in 1980 on the Blizzard of Ozz album, basing it on a book he read about Crowley.
Pete: From Harry Potter.
Pete is referring to the Philosopher's Stone, which played a major part in the first Harry Potter novel, Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone. Although the title was renamed Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone for the American publication and the 2001 movie.