Written by Mr. Mouseburger 5th Jun 2005
Renard is an insane East European who has fallen in love with his one time prisoner, Elektra King. A man will do anything to show the woman he loves how committed he is (remember those Milk Tray adverts?!). Renard is no exception and so he is preparing to cause a nuclear explosion in Istanbul by jamming a uranium fuel rod into a submarines reactor (the physics of this is beyond me).
Bond confronts him in the reactor room, and the typical couple of minutes of fisticuffs ensue, with Bond getting his ass whooped. Victorious, Renard places the rod back into the core, while Bond is imprisoned in another section of the reactor room.
Unfortunately for Renard though, he has locked Bond in the room that seems to wire up the reactor fuel cells to some high powered gas propulsion system. Bond reconnects the right wire to the corresponding cell on the reactor core, presses a button and the uranium rod is blasted out of the reactor like a bullet, straight into Renard's stomach.
I am unsure that any Navy in the world would have needed to release a fuel cell at that sort of speed, but it was certainly an original death.