Once more, Alisa and Kolya step into the time machine, which has enough energy left for two people to travel to the future. They land in a Moscow that has decayed into decadence. Nobody is on the streets, as all the people are fixed to the television. So Alisa and Kolya go to the transmitter, which is a huge tower, encountering Harry Potter and his sidekick, the monkey Rin Ron. Harry Potter turns his broomstick into a scythe and tries to attack the heroes, but they get the jump on him. Alisa disarms him, and Kolya smashes him in the head with a bottle, then impales him with the scythe, saying "He who comes to us with a scythe shall die by the scythe!" Harry Potter vanishes, and the tower collapses, squashing Rin Ron. The television programs stop, and the newly freed people look out the window at the sky. As the sun rises over Moscow, Alisa and Kolya kiss. The end—
Wait. That's not enough. The narrator decides they should have another ending, where the heroes use another time machine to make the world better. So Alisa and Kolya find a shed with an old Volga sedan, and start it up. They drive the car back through time to their home era, undoing the damage of capitalism and Westernization, and making Russia intelligent and moral again. The future has been saved.
- Beethoven Was an Alien Spy: Harry Potter was a future robot.
- Call-Back: To the original film.
- The time machine.
- At the beginning, Kolya goes to buy milk, and has a stringbag with three bottles under his shoulder.
- Chekhov's Gun: The bottles.
- Combat Stilettos
- Cool Car: The time-traveling Volga sedan◊.
- Cool Shades: Alisa wears them at the beginning.
- Crapsack World
- Load-Bearing Boss: Harry Potter's death causes the transmitter to explode and collapse.
- Ron the Death Eater
- Sealed with a Kiss
- Set Right What Once Went Wrong
- She Is All Grown Up: Alisa.
- Shown Their Work: When starting up the Volga 21, Kolya uses its original steering wheel mounted gear handle, which is different from that found on modern cars (and many "restored" Volga 21's)
- Spy Catsuit
- Take That!: Against Western capitalism, mass media, consumer culture, etc.
- Time Travel