History YMMV / TheManFromUNCLE

9th Apr '17 3:50:30 PM CorporalPie
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** Napoleon excuses Illya's irritation at her to Angelique by saying "He's jealous."
** Made better by Angelique immediately and correctly assuming that he is jealous of ''her'', not Napoleon.


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** Napoleon excuses Illya's irritation at her to Angelique by saying "He's jealous."
*** Made better by Angelique immediately and correctly assuming that he is jealous of ''her'', not Napoleon.
9th Apr '17 3:49:47 PM CorporalPie
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* Napoleon excuses Illya's irritation at her to Angelique by saying "He's jealous."

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* ** Napoleon excuses Illya's irritation at her to Angelique by saying "He's jealous."
9th Apr '17 3:14:55 PM CorporalPie
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* Napoleon excuses Illya's irritation at her to Angelique by saying "He's jealous."
** Made better by Angelique immediately and correctly assuming that he is jealous of ''her'', not Napoleon.
8th Apr '17 10:19:44 PM CorporalPie
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* The infamous scene in "The Bat Cave Affair" where Illya is bent over a table with Napoleon supporting him.
* In the opening of "The Minus-X Affair", an agent whose senses have been artificially heightened shouts at Napoleon: "Have you been out with a blonde? I see a hair on your coat!" Napoleon shoots a nervous glance at ''Illya.''

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* ** The infamous scene in "The Bat Cave Affair" where Illya is bent over a table with Napoleon supporting him.
* ** In the opening of "The Minus-X Affair", an agent whose senses have been artificially heightened shouts at Napoleon: "Have you been out with a blonde? I see a hair on your coat!" Napoleon shoots a nervous glance at ''Illya.''
8th Apr '17 10:18:31 PM CorporalPie
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* The infamous scene in "The Bat Cave Affair" where Illya is bent over a table with Napoleon supporting him.
* In the opening of "The Minus-X Affair", an agent whose senses have been artificially heightened shouts at Napoleon: "Have you been out with a blonde? I see a hair on your coat!" Napoleon shoots a nervous glance at ''Illya.''
8th Apr '17 8:55:38 PM CorporalPie
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** Also, although the portrayals of the [[GirlOfTheWeek Girls Of The Week]] are often cringeworthy, Napoleon (or for that matter Illya) is ''never'' forceful or coercive with them, unlike [[JamesBond some spies we could name]].
1st Apr '17 7:01:53 PM CorporalPie
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* StrawmanHasAPoint: One [[StrawFeminist villainess]] from "The Bridge of Lions" makes some very good points about how women's lives were restricted in many ways. True, she was consumed by [[AmbitionIsEvil a lust for power]] and was completely ruthless and unethical, but she wasn't ''wrong'' about how unfair society was to women.
28th Mar '17 10:18:38 AM CorporalPie
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** "The Cherry Blossom Affair": "I'd like to hear your story. Any time." And then Illya puts his hand behind his head as if to pose and Napoleon scowls.

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** "The Cherry Blossom Affair": "I'd like to hear your story. Any time." And then Illya puts his hand behind his head as if to pose and Napoleon scowls.smiles.
19th Jan '17 4:03:51 AM SubbyP
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** In "The Nowhere Affair," THRUSH uses a sophisticated computer algorithm to determine who among their female agents would be a perfect match for Napoleon "emotionally, physically, and intellectually." The algorithm selects a short, compact-bodied blue-eyed blonde intellectual with a broad jaw, rounded face, Eastern European accent, thick black reading glasses, flattened affect, and deadpan sense of humor. In other words, the computer designed by the world's leading neuropsychologist thinks Napoleon Solo's ideal mate is basically Illya's OppositeSexClone. [[spoiler: ''And it works.'']]
12th Nov '16 8:40:55 AM Zelda12343
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** How about Captain Shark from ''The Shark Affair?'' He's a remarkably complex character whose aims are arguably quite noble, and when he [[spoiler: refuses to let Napoleon help him get off his sinking ship at the end,]] it's actually pretty sad.
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