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Scott presents his father with sharks with laser beams attached to their heads, a request that had gone unfulfilled in the first film. Evil replaces Mini-Me with Scott as his favored son; the rejected Mini-Me defects and joins Austin. Evil and Austin are brothers, separated when they were toddlers when an assassination attempt killed their mother, and Dr. Goldmember activates the tractor beam, but Austin and Dr.
Austin, Foxxy and Mini-Me infiltrate the sub, but Austin is captured. Evil prepares to activate the tractor beam, but Foxxy has stolen the key and frees Austin. Evil work together to reverse its polarity, destroying the meteor and saving the world.
Austin Powers (Myers), having conquered the '90s and the '60s, travels back to the 1970s and teams up with his nemesis Dr.
Michael Mc Donald (the Virtucon guard who got run over by a steamroller in "International Man of Mystery" and a NATO soldier in "The Spy Who Shagged Me") appears as the royal guard.
Johan van der Smut, better known as Goldmember, is a fictional villain played by Myers (John Travolta plays the character in a cameo at the end of the film).
Clint Howard plays a radar operator in all three films.
Michael Caine guest stars as Austin's father, Nigel; this role was inspired by The Ipcress File, a 1965 film starring Caine.