When members of Woodhouse's famed WWI Royal Flying Corps squadron start dying mysteriously, Archer tries to track down the killer.
This episode provides examples of:
- Ambiguously Gay: Woodhouse and Reggie Thistleton. Woodhouse was obvious in his devotion to Reggie. Reggie kept a photograph of them both in his Sopwith Camel.
- Roaring Rampage of Revenge: Woodhouse crosses no man's land and takes down fifty German soldiers with a combat knife after Reggie is killed by a sniper.
- Tontine: Reggie finds a way to inspire morale in his fighter company by starting one. In the short term, it works... right up until Reggie crash-lands in no man's land and the second-in-command refuses to attempt a rescue. In the long term, it works about the way you'd expect.