In Stockholm, American folksinger Angela March returns to her dressing room. A man, Ferenc Stavros, arrives at her door and she invites him. As they kiss, another man, Sven Kalmar, comes in with Ferenc. Ferenc assures Angela that Kalmar is with them. Kalmar explains that he's leaving that night and wants the name of Angela's contact and his alternate. She demands Kalmar's half of an medallion to confirm that he is who he says. The two halves don't match and Kalmar draws a gun on her. As Kalmar tells her that Tiba, a bald man, wants the names of her contacts, Angela shoots him with a hidden gun . She accuses Ferenc of being a double agent for the enemy who betrayed her despite the fact they were lovers...Read the full recap
Kelly: I say Ole. When I say Ole, I mean Ole.
Scott: Listen, you can't just say Ole any old time. There are times when the Mexican etiquette says that you have to keep your big mouth shut. Now you don't say Ole when your sweetheart is about to be riddled by bullets from the gangster.
Scott: You all right?
Kelly: Say what?
Scott: I said, are you all right?
Scott: What's your problem?
Kelly: Well, see, a man was dancing on my head.
Scott: Well, I tell you, that's the way those Mexican flamenco dancers are, man. They got a lot of rhythm and anything that arouses them, what they do is they just start dancing on anything close by. Heads, faces...
Kelly: Wait a minute. Whoa. Did somebody hit you with a long looping right?
Scott: Why, what's the matter?
Kelly: Well, you look shorter, man.
Scott: Well you're on a box.
Angela: I'm going to have a baby.
Kelly: I beg your pardon?
Angela: A baby.
Angela: Now. Right now.
Scott: Oh, you can't have a baby, you're a spy.
Scott: And besides, you don't even know anything about mothers. You've been acting so... just, bad man. Go up there, pick the baby up. A little kid, oh, my, don’t' you look heftier and everything, little bald-headed baby. Kiss it.
Kelly: I'll do anything if you just stop talking.