Most annoyingly, they seem to remember only the parts that support whatever they're doing at that moment, intentionally ignoring whatever doesn't support their own case, and usually bringing it up when they're threatened in some way. They are among the few people who Read the Fine Print.
Woodhouse suggested that his middle name be "Reginald", after Captain Reginald Thistleton (a deceased friend of Woodhouse's that served in World War I, with whom Woodhouse may or may not have been infatuated), but Malory decided that Reginald sounded "too gay" and instead named him after herself.
Malory offered Woodhouse the job of taking care of Archer.
Woodhouse traded his bar for a boat, sailed Malory and Sterling to Lisbon, got Malory to an OSS safe house, sold the boat, and used the money to take Sterling back to the U. Malory Archer, Sterling's mother, speculates that Sterling was conceived shortly before she participated in Operation Gladio.
The list of Archer's possible fathers include Nikolai Jakov, Len Trexler, and Buddy Rich, as well as an unnamed young man who was gunned down in the streets of Italy and had "blue eyes, full lips, and thick wavy hair".
It got to the point that when she came home he clung to Woodhouse and stated he had no mother and said he hated her even though she brought him several gifts when she returned.