Moscow 1980, the opening ceremony of the Olympiad begins and Brezhev reads his opening speech. - Oh!, he says, Oh. Oh!... A worried aide whispers in his ear: - Comarade Brezhnev, it's Olympic rings, the speech is a bit lower.
Indira Ghandi pays an official visit to Moscow and is greeted by Brezhnev who begins his welcoming speech reading from a paper in his hand. 'My dear Mrs Thatcher...' he begins. A worried aide whispers: 'Comrade Brezhnev, it's Ghandi!' Brezhnev whispers back: 'I know, you fool, but the paper says "Thatcher".