Of course, Scaramanga knows that Bond is on his way to the island even before Bond's hydroplane sets down. When Bond lands, Nick Nack (Hervé Villechaize) is there to meet him with a bottle of champagne. Like any good host, Scaramanga proudly shows Bond around the solar power plant that he "inherited" from Hai Fat and demonstrates how everything works, including a demonstration of how the solar collector can pinpoint the sun's rays to blow up things...things like Bond's hydroplane. Later, Scaramanga, Bond, and Goodnight have a not-so-nice dinner together, and Scaramanga challenges Bond to a duel on the beach. Nick Nack counts to 20, Bond turns to fire, but Scaramanga has disappeared. Nick Nack leads Bond into Scaramanga's fun palace, telling Bond that he's on Bond's side because he will inherit Scaramanga's fortune if Bond kills him. Bond ends up killing Scaramanga by posing as a statue and, when Scaramanga wanders by looking for him, Bond shoots him. Bond and Goodnight then find each other, and Goodnight informs Bond that she knocked out the maintenance man, who fell into one of the liquid helium tanks. Bond tells her that his body temperature will raise the absolute zero temperature of the helium, causing the whole works to explode in five minutes. In their dash to find a way off the island, Bond confiscates the solex and Goodnight leads them to Scaramanga's yacht. As the island explodes, they head out to sea on autopilot, taking the moment to make love. Above them a panel opens up, and Nick Nack jumps down, intending to kill 007. Bond fights him off, eventually capturing him in a suitcase. Bond and Goodnight go back to what they were doing. Suddenly, the phone rings. It is M, wanting to speak to Goodnight. "Goodnight," says Bond as he replaces the receiver. In the final scene, the yacht sails on, and Nick Nack can be seen in a fishnet hanging from the mast.