Several of the missions' titles may be allusions to other works of fiction or entertainment.
"Fly Me to the Storm" is likely a play on "Fly Me to the Moon," a well-known jazz standard and love song popularized by Frank Sinatra.
"The Machineries of Joy" takes its title from a 1964 collection of short stories by science fiction author Ray Bradbury.
"Something This Way Flies" may be an oblique reference to "something wicked this way comes," a line from Shakespeare's Macbeth and the title of another work by Ray Bradbury.
"The Wages of Fear" is the name of a well-known 1953 French-Italian drama film.
"Training Day" is a reference to the 2001 crime movie of the same name.
"Forbidden Games" is an acclaimed 1952 French war drama film.
"Do What You Will" is the title of a collection of essays by English author Aldous Huxley. However, as the mission in question deals with an incontinent dog, the connection between the two seems unlikely.
"Flow My Tears, the Man Said" is a possible reference to Flow My Tears, the Policeman Said, a 1974 science fiction novel by author Philip K. Dick, which tells the story of a singer and TV star who awakens in a world where he has never existed.