James and Natalya follow Xenia, Janus, and Boris Grishenko (Alan Cumming) to Cuba where CIA agent Jack Wade (Joe Don Baker) provides them with an airplane so that they can fly over the island looking for a dish the size of a football field. No dish is to be found until they are shot down when they fly over a pristine lake. Xenia then rappels from a helicopter and attacks Bond, but she is killed when her helicopter slams her into a tree. Suddenly, antennae begin to rise out of the lake, and the lake water is drained from the basin, revealing the satellite dish. As Boris positions Goldeneye over London, Bond and Natalya infiltrate the control room. Bond sets himself up as a decoy so that Natalya can reprogram Goldeneye to initiate atmospheric reentry and burn up somewhere over the Atlantic. Natalya is discovered, and Janus orders Boris to reverse Natalya's program, but Boris discovers that she's also changed the access code. Boris works feverishly to break into the programming, all the while flicking on Bond's pen grenade. When Boris turns around to scream at Natalya, ordering her to give him the new codes, Bond leaps for the pen and sets off the grenade. Bond and Natalya escape in an elevator. Fearing that Boris will be able to break Natalya's code, Bond races out onto the transmitter and places a pole in the positioning mechanism, preventing Boris from controlling it. Janus catches up with Bond, and their fight takes them to the tip of the antenna where they are dangling hundreds of feet above the ground. Bond kicks Janus over the edge of the platform and watches him fall into the satellite dish. He is then rescued when Natalya commandeers a helicopter. Goldeneye burns up in the atmosphere, and the satellite complex explodes. The explosion ruptures several tanks of liquid nitrogen, freezing Boris as he stands. In the final scene, Bond and Natalya drop from the helicopter into an empty field and begin to kiss. Suddenly, Wade appears, along with a whole troop of Marines and three helicopters. They board the helicopters and are carried off to Guantanamo for debriefing.