They can include a mom or a dad or two moms or two dads.
As they’re going at it, there’s a shot of the bomb underneath the bed.
Just then, the phone rings, and it’s Nigel Small-Fawcett.
He probably could have been considered Watson to Bond’s Holmes, if he hadn’t been played over the course of the franchise by more actors than Doctor Who.
The character has appeared in ten movies (and one TV episode), and only two actors (David Hedison and Jeffrey Wright) have ever played him more than once.
A guy in a suit crouches down near the mural, looking pensive, and holding what looks like a red wiffle ball.
Bond strolls through the airport, and a woman with a thick French accent and a glittery shawl runs up beside him.
Cut to Nigel sitting in his embassy office, fanning himself with his hat, and sharing the plot detail that Largo’s yacht is heading for “the south of France.” Having inched the story forward, Bond attempts to hang up on him, but Nigel asks, “If you’re free tomorrow, why don’t we go snorkeling? Wow, even the stuffy dudes at the British Embassy can’t resist Bond’s raw animal magnetism. Fatima, down on the hotel patio, extends the antenna on her detonator. And the next thing we see is Bond, still in bed with Bikini Babe, as they look out across the hotel courtyard at black smoke billowing out of another room. He went to Bikini Babe’s room instead, and thus they were both spared. Yeah, you don’t want to evacuate, or find out if anyone was hurt, or see if the bomber is still in the area, or do anything crazy like an actual government agent might do.
Bond responds by dropping the phone receiver in his champagne ice bucket. Also, didn’t Bond have sex with Fatima immediately before going scuba diving and having his run-in with sharks? Is Bond so incredibly horny that he can’t go more than three or four hours without finding a new woman to bone?
Oh, and Rowan Atkinson showed up for reasons that I don’t fully understand.
In the streets of Nassau, men in brightly colored clothes and masks shake their maracas and play the steel drums.
Bond met this movie’s truly dull Q and got some truly dull Q gadgets.