If they do it, it should be a lesser known actor and it should be played somewhat straight, much like they did for the first couple of Conner flicks.. Q had some witty lines, but they weren't the slapsticky scenes they quickly evolved into...
Agreed. The humor should be that which they've established to be the norm for the Craig era: dry, deadpan, understated--natural
To wit, Craig's incomparable "Oh, I'm sorry. That last hand--it nearly killed
Nothing over the top--nothing goofy.
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