Siobhan is in Turkey. It’s springtime; people are in shorts and she has no sleeves.
Siobhan cannot find her passport in her suitcase. [thank you, Ziba]
In her suitcase she finds a book, some clothes, bags of Turkish Delight,
and a box of liquid nitrogen.
This is a train station. Everyone is looking for their gate. Some are picking people up or dropping them off.
The man in white shorts has a hot date. He’s nervous.
Siobhan sketched him. She might be his hot date. Who knows?
She is a spy from Australia, where her spy friends and pet kangaroo live.
Her kangaroo is a kangaroo spy from the Kangaroo Academy of Spies. He was recently poisoned by the rival Kangaroo and Sheep Academy of New Zealand.
Siobhan needs the liquid nitrogen for the special antidote, which is why she’s in Turkey. The girl with the checkered bag has the antidote.
The man in the black shirt, pulling a maroon-brown bag, is from the US, and he’s trying to stop them. Incidentally, he is Siobhan’s cousin.
Siobhan must belly dance for the antidote, or rather, she must belly dance to signal the lady with the antidote or to distract the man in the black shirt.
The man in the white shirt is innocent, and he is Siobhan’s love interest.
She has no children, because spies don’t have kids—only kangaroos.
Siobhan was abandoned as a baby and grew up as an orphan.
The older man is actually Siobhan’s father, and he is the Dean of the Academy of Spies. He is trying to protect her from the man in the black shirt.
A bicycle wheel off to the side is actually a dangerous weapon. The guy may use it!
If Siobhan finds her passport, she can belly dance.
The older man, her father, is alarmed by the dance.
Then ninjas arrive!
The bike guy goes crazy with the wheel, which spins like a throwing star. Spikes come out, and darts fly out as well.
Siobhan’s father, as Dean of the Academy of Spies, has watched her all her life. He wants to tell her he’s proud of her, but just then, Siobhan is shot by darts.
The man in the white shirt pulls out the dart(s), but will the antidote arrive in time?