Obviously Not a Spy
01:15 - 02:58
1m 43s

Agent English meets with Ophelia at the bar and has a short conversation with her. After she leaves, he tells his assistant, Bough, how charming she is and how she's totally innocent. Bough presents suspicious information about her, but English dismisses each piece of evidence by making up some excuse.


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