If you read the earlier post from today, "The Covert Affairs Of James Bond", you saw that clip of James Bond crossing paths with Napoleon Solo.
Two things jumped out at me from it:
One: I don't think that Aston Martin which Bond was driving was a European model. I think they just reversed the film so that it looked like George Lazenby as Bond was driving on the right nad side of the car. The clue is in that sign in the background:
UPDATE: I've just heard from Andy:
It's a British-spec DB5. The backwards sign is a reflection from across the street. The mole on Lazenby's left cheek is in the correct position. If the film was flipped, it would be on the right.
Two: The televersion of James Bond, at least in this incarnation of the character, was a serlinguist. A serlinguist is a TV character who talks directly to the audience viewing at home in the Trueniverse. As such, these characters also have tele-cognizance, the knowledge that they live in the TV Universe.
At this point in the car chase, after he's caused one of the bad guys' cars to flip over and explode, James Bond turns to the camera and says "Shaken... but not stirred."
It's a cheesy effect that ruins the moment, I think....
And third: I think Lazenby's cameo appearance in this TV movie sequel can legitimize Toobworld's claim to absorb "On Her Majesty's Secret Service" as part of the TV Universe.
I don't think anybody in the "Cineverse" is going to miss it, do you?