314: Jason Bourne is Now a Genre (Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang)

I’ll be over here committing tax fraud during the purge, don’t mind me.

Once upon a time I wanted to be a secret agent. But then I realized they probably wouldn’t like some sort of weird RSA expat who lives in the US. They might not trust that I’d be working in the best interest of the agency I work for. Interesting to ponder. It’s Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang, written by Chris Chibnall and aired on January 16, 2008.


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5:45: I confused the name of Shirley Bassey’s rejected theme (“Mr. Kiss Kiss Bang Bang”) with the song I was referring to (“The World is Not Enough” by Straw)
23:03: Now that I think about it, I don’t think Chris actually ever says “Get out” in Get Out.
43:17: “Universal law is for lackeys, context is for kings” – Captain Lorca, 2083 or something.
59:10: Etymonline explains that “dollar” comes from “taler,” short for “Joachimstaler” – “of Joachim” – which refers to coins minted from a silver mine in the town of Joachimstal, which is now known as Jáchymov.
1:05:23: Now Dylan knows.

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