Written by Mr. Mouseburger 9th Apr 2006
Kindly submitted by A Alcott
After murdering Bond's French contact, Nicole, Fatima Blush (deliciously played by Barbara Carerra) escapes the villa they rented, laughing maniacally. Bond suits up and gets on his motorcycle to continue the chase.
After driving for quite a while to some soothing jazz music, Bond is cornered in a tunnel where Fatima Blush expects him to drive into a truck where she yells "Come on!" several times and when he's finally in she lets out a triumphant "HA!" But of course, James Bond would never fall into such a trap, and he escapes.
Now, he is the one chasing Fatima and she drives into an abandoned warehouse of sorts and manages to corner Bond. Lecturing him on how women are superior to men, she tells him to spread his legs and that is where he will get the first shot! She then insists that she is the greatest lover that he has ever had in his life and she makes him write it down on a scrap piece of paper, in some form of final confession. In reality though, it gives Bond a chance to use the rocket pen, that Q branch (erm, I mean Algernon) has supplied him with.
Bond complies but reminds her "It's against company policy to write out endorsements!" and he fires the pen, but the rocket only pierces the skin and does not explode. Fatima, thinking Bond's been beaten starts cackling like a hyena, knowing she's won when the rocket starts again and Fatima explodes, blowing her to smithereens, leaving only her shoes behind.