James Bond made a cameo appearance at the end of Nigel Uno Vs. Ernst Stavro Blofeld, murdering the latter and thanking the former for inadvertently "distracting" his nemesis while expressing bemusement as to why Nigel was trying to take on a "grown–up" villain. He was voiced by Paul Bergen in the original and Griffin Oldenkamp in the remaster.
Information on the CameoEdit
James Bond, also known by his codename 007, is a fictional British secret service agent created by novelist Ian Fleming and being featured in dozens of books and, more famously, more than twenty movies. He has a "license to kill" which he frequently exercises on various villains and henchmen, and is a known womanizer, which comes into play with the various girls he meets at least one of during every adventure. Bond has been played by several different actors over the decades–long course of his film series, the original and most famous being Sean Connery.
Well... that was... um... easier than expected.
Hey, thanks for distracting him, little boy.
I don't know who you are, but you must be...
...Pretty stupid, if you were trying to confront Blofeld.
But, all's well that ends well, I suppose.
Now, if you'll excuse me, I need to go find another outrageously–named woman to sleep with.
- He is the first cameo character to kill a rapper, the second being Yes Man, and the only one to date to do so as an outside force unrelated to the victim's opponent.
- He is the first character to later appear in an actual ERB being James Bond vs Austin Powers.
- Coincidentally, both use the Sean Connery version of James Bond.