She says, "Fill this beaker for me," and he answers, "From here?" Which is not only Benny Hill-esque, it's actually FROM Benny Hill. I've always hoped for an extended version where Bond chases the nurse around the examining room to the tune of "Yakety Sax."
I'm not saying I didn't laugh at the "pee" joke, myself, and Connery sells it with his incredulous scowl at the specimen jar ("Damn! How unhealthy AM I, anyway?") before we learn the real cause of death. I'm just saying that it keeps the fight from making into the Red Grant/Oddjob/Peter Franks pantheon.
NSNA is funny: it starts with the interesting premise of "what if Bond got old," trades on the "We got Connery back!" gimmick and even throws in a cameo by the Bentley. Then it gets down to the business of trying to be a Roger Moore movie, and never looks back.
Actually the "fill the bottle from there" line was used - also used? - in the pilot episode of the BBC TV sit-com "Porridge", starring Ronnie Barker as convict Norman Stanley Fletcher. He's in the prison doctor's examination room and is asked to provide a sample - Fletcher is at one end, the nurse at the other.
By a curious co-incidence, a couple of writers who were brought in to polish up the NSNA script were Dick Clement and Ian Le Frenais - who just happened to be the script writers for "Porridge"! ;-)