After the incendiary bombs explode, blowing up the poppy fields, Bond cuts Solitaire free. They attempt to escape via the lift down into the grave, but Baron Samedi (Geoffrey Holder) comes rising up out of it. Bond and Samedi take a few swings at each other, with Bond eventually knocking Samedi into the coffin with the snakes. Bond and Solitaire then ride the lift down into the grave and find themselves in an underground series of caves and passageways. They search for a way out but end up running straight to Kananga. Kananga has Bond de-armed and tests out his compressed gas gun on the couch, which inflates before exploding. He then ties Bond and Solitaire to a winch and prepares to lower them into a tank of water to be fed to the sharks. Bond activates his magnetic wristwatch and attracts a gas pellet that Kananga left on a table. He then uses the whirring dial of the watch to saw through the ropes binding him to the winch. He leaps to the ground, and he and Kananga go at each other, both of them falling into the water. Bond forces the gas pellet down Kananga's throat, and Kananga proceeds to blow up and explode. The next evening, Bond and Solitaire board a train heading back to New York. After playing a game of gin rummy in their cabin, they prepare to sleep. While Bond is in the bathroom, Tee Hee (Julius Harris) sneaks into the cabin, flips Solitaire's berth against the wall, and then attacks Bond when he emerges. Just when it looks like Tee Hee is going to get his pincers on Bond, Bond reaches for a wire cutter in his suitcase and snips the wires on Tee Hee's mechanical arm. Bond then snaps the pincers to a window bar and kicks Tee Hee out the window, his arm still hanging there. Bond tosses the arm out after him. When Bond pulls down Solitaire's berth, she asks him what he's doing. "Just being disarming," is his cheeky reply. In the final scene, Samedi can be seen seated at the front of the train, laughing maniacally as it speeds down the track.