It's just an interview with Damian Holbrook who moderated the panel last year. I think he knows a few things the average person does not. He certainly talks like he has a few ideas as to what the writers are thinking -- even if he doesn't know exactly how it will play out. Mash Here
Stahl: You noted in your Comic-Con panel that you thought Lana still might love Archer. I think this episode completely bears that out and demonstrates that the love is reciprocal. I mean, Archer even said it himself when he was drowning. Do you think they're going to be getting back together next year?
Holbrook: I do think a reunion is in the cards, if only to bring in fresh material for them to fight about. The writers can't keep going back to referencing their failed relationship, three seasons later.
As for them hinting at Lana's pregnancy, I missed those tell-tale signs completely because I was chalking them up to a callback to last season's “Space Race” finale, which saw Lana vomiting most of her time in orbit.
They even dropped "boondoggle" a few times, not to mention the mirrored eco-maniac plot, so I just assumed they were having fun recasting "Space Race" at a much lower altitude.
Holbrook: This was definitely a standout season. It was firing on all cylinders and dared to go so far away from the ISIS offices that I feel like we got an expanded Archer universe.
And after this episode, we had one that sets up next year for some very interesting possibilities. Mallory as Grandma. Pam as the world's most vile wet nurse. Maybe even a baby battle between Lana's kid and the Wee Baby Seamus.