Roger puts his arm around Eve as they walk back toward The Professor.
“Ah well, I guess it’s off to hospital for me and back to danger for you. I don’t like it a bit,” says Roger.
“It’s much safer now, thanks to you, my darling — decoy,” says Eve.
“Well, don’t thank me, I couldn’t stand it,” says Roger.
“Alright, I won’t,” says Eve.
“After your malevolent friend Vandamm takes off tonight, you and I are going to get together and do a lot of apologizing to each other, in private,” says Roger.
“You know that can’t be,” says Eve.
“Of course it can be!” says Roger. Eve looks at him, puzzled, then looks at The Professor.
“Well, he has told you, hasn’t he?” Eve asks Roger.
“Told me what?” asks Roger.
“Miss Kendall,” interrupts The Professor, “you’ve got to get moving.”
“Wait a minute,” says Roger. “What didn’t you tell me?”
“Why didn’t you?’ asks Eve.
“She’s going off with Vandamm tonight on the plane,” explains The Professor.
“She’s going off with Vandamm?” asks Roger.
“Well, that’s why we went to such lengths to make her a fugitive from justice,” says The Professor. “So that Vandamm couldn’t very well decline to take her along.”
“But you said – ” begins Roger.
“I needn’t tell you how valuable she could be to us over there,” continues The Professor.
“You lied to me!” says Roger to The Professor. “You said that after tonight -“
“I-” begins The Professor.