One minute the New Yorker advertising expert Jim Ferguson is at a business party -- the next he finds himself way back in 1917 in a plane fi...更多>
Biggles: What did they train you for? Jim Ferguson: Cooking! [Debbie and Chuck enter Jim's hotel room to find Jim dressed as a nun, and with a gun on the chair] Chuck: Religious Transvestite Bank robber. That one's not even in the book. Debbie: [Debbie and Jim have traveled back in time to 1917] Jim, this is all a big put on, isn't it? Like Fantasy Island, right? Jim Ferguson: Come on, Debbie, it's not *that* bad. It's only World War I. [Now in 1986, Biggles has climbed behind the controls of a police helicopter] Jim Ferguson: You can't fly this. You don't know how. Biggles: If you can fly a Sopwith Camel, you can fly anything. [Biggles and Jim have returned to 1917 in the helicopter, and have been spotted by Von Stalhein] Biggles: Let's show this sausage guzzler what this thing can do. Jim Ferguson: Go for it. [Biggles and the others have reached the area used for testing the weapon] Jim Ferguson: [looking around] Looks like this place was nuked! Biggles: [Looks at Ferguson] Nuked? What's that? Jim Ferguson: American slang word. It means... to overeact. Biggles: Quick! Untie us before they realise you're not a God, you're just an American.