James Bond expert syndrome
A fictional permutation of the male answer syndrome in which a person–e.g., MI6’s superspy, 007–cobbles together a smattering of details and provides a reasonable answer to a question that usually requires technical expertise.
In the cartoonish Roger Moore iteration of James Bond, Agent 007 peeled off …it looks like a Fabergé egg, Sir. One of the jewelled eggs made by Carl Fabergé as an Easter gift for the Russian royal family. They’re priceless and very rare. This one contains a model of the imperial stage coach.
Note: Whilst this term arguably fills a lexical void, it is obviously not a real syndrome.