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James, obnoxiously asks if someone there can work on a British engine, and Ed says, 'May I look under the bonnet?' James, reassured by the use of the word 'bonnet' consents. Ed looks at it, looks at Catherie and pronounces, 'You have no spark.' There's clearly a double meaning here, referring to her relationship with James. James insists, 'But what's wrong with it?' and Ed adds, 'My guess is that you have a short stroke and premature ignition.' He turns to Meg Ryan and says, 'Does it ever feel that way?' She replies, 'I'm sure I don't know what you mean' but it's clear that she gets the double entendre. Ed says he'll go check with his boss about fixing it, and goes in to tell his boss that he's in love, that time and space stopped, that he could see himself kissing Catherine in the future. Ed tells Catherine that fixing the car will take days, and she uses his phone to call a cab, giving the cab company and Ed her address for the invoice. In the process, she leaves behind a pocket watch. There's a brief moment where you see a hand move the watch under some magazines, but whose hand? And is it an accident? Or deliberate? The theme of accident versus deliberate intervention occurs repeatedly in the film.
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