In New York City, Napoleon and Illya try to take Communist chairman Georgi Koz across town but are caught in traffic due to the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. Georgi's security chief Maxim Radish is worried about assassins, but Georgi dismisses his concerns. When Maxim rants about the capitalistic celebration of Christmas, Georgi irritably cuts him off...Read the full recap
Illya: The parade has become a national institution.
Napoleon: And marks the beginning of the Christmas shopping season.
Chairman Georgi Koz: Yes, a time when the rich get richer and the poor get poorer, no?
Napoleon: Well, that's not exactly the intent, but you probably have a point.
Maxim Radish: You know something, Comrade Chairman? I've been thinking.
Chairman Georgi Koz: Oh? Well, it's never too late, Maxim.
(coaching "Santa Claus" students)
Francis X. O'Reilly: Now, this time, like your heart is full of love and mistletoe, and you're looking right into the bright blue eyes of this poor little kid that's just standin' there, pickin' his nose.
Chairman Georgi Koz: I will die with my boots on!
Napoleon: We've got an old folk rhyme too. "He who fights and runs away / Lives to fight another day." Go on!
Waverly: I would suggest you call on Chairman Koz directly and apologize for what happened.
Waverly: Yes, now. In the absence of efficiency, we are compelled to rely on charm.
Priscilla Worth: Oh, Mr. Solo, you are a gay one, aren't you?
Napoleon: Only, uh, on holidays.
When Napoleon and Illya take Georgi to Macy's, in the opening shot Priscilla has her hand at her side, motionless. The sound of a bell is dubbed in.
The camera cuts to a closer shot of Priscilla, and she instantly has her hand held up, ringing the bell.
When Waverly plays chess against the boy at the hospital, in the first long shot, he has his hands tented in front of him.
The camera cuts to a closer shot, and Waverly's hands are apart, and he brings them together.
Then the camera cuts to a long shot, and Waverly's hands are apart again.