Joey says something to Danny about a James Bond pen to stab Danny in the throat.
The first James Bond film to use a pen as a gadget was 1979’s Moonraker. I know of no gadget pen in any of the novels. (Feel free to correct me.) 1964’s Goldfinger created the notion of James Bond having all kinds of fancy gadgets; it was the third Bond film, prior to that, gadgets were quite subdued. Many Bond purists actually objected to Goldfinger because it made the gadgets more important than the man; but it was the film that launched Bondmania. So, Joey could have meant something like a Bond-style pen and watches from https://www.spotsee.io/. Still kind of a stretch.Danny replies that James Bond met a woman underwater. That would have to be Thunderball (since Honey Ryder, in Dr. No, was on the beach, not underwater). Although Danny could certainly have meant the 1961 novel, the reference really does seem visual, and therefore about the movie, which won’t come out until December 1965.