History Headscratchers / RushHour

11th Apr '16 6:46:56 AM MrReviser121
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* His scar still stung. It was bothering him.
** Or... the makeup for the scar was bothering the ''actor.''
3rd Apr '16 5:48:34 AM hdwarty
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* First thing Carter says to Lee is "please tell me you speak English", then he asks him if he speaks English in a condescending and slightly racist way. Its no wonder Lee decided to get his own back with him.

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* First thing Carter says to Lee is "please tell me you speak English", then he asks him if he speaks English in a condescending and slightly racist way. Its It's no wonder Lee decided to get his own back with him.




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*** Implying that's at all better.
12th Aug '15 2:19:52 AM Phoenixion
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** Also, didn't Carter fail to understand a conversation in Chinese in the second movie? The one with the contact in the restaurant? "Because his mouth is open 24 hours a day."
** Carter only knows a few phrases in Chinese and can't speak it fluently. Watch the sequel, he goes to China and mangles Chinese very badly, even with a Chinese-English dictionary in his hand. As for Lee, it was obvious Carter didn't like him at all from the first time they met, so Lee decided to be a dick to him.
** First thing Carter says to Lee is "please tell me you speak English", then he asks him if he speaks English in a condescending and slightly racist way. Its no wonder Lee decided to get his own back with him.
** The more worrying thing is that Lee is a police officer on the case. Why on Earth would he be so unprofessional to Carter as to pretend he can't speak English and thus be able to advance the case, even if Carter's being a dick to him?

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** * Also, didn't Carter fail to understand a conversation in Chinese in the second movie? The one with the contact in the restaurant? "Because his mouth is open 24 hours a day."
** * Carter only knows a few phrases in Chinese and can't speak it fluently. Watch the sequel, he goes to China and mangles Chinese very badly, even with a Chinese-English dictionary in his hand. As for Lee, it was obvious Carter didn't like him at all from the first time they met, so Lee decided to be a dick to him.
** * First thing Carter says to Lee is "please tell me you speak English", then he asks him if he speaks English in a condescending and slightly racist way. Its no wonder Lee decided to get his own back with him.
** * The more worrying thing is that Lee is a police officer on the case. Why on Earth would he be so unprofessional to Carter as to pretend he can't speak English and thus be able to advance the case, even if Carter's being a dick to him?
3rd Sep '14 7:30:48 PM Peanutt
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***Prejudiced, not racist, that's not what racist means.
2nd Feb '14 4:31:27 AM wkcia
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** The more worrying thing is that Lee is a police officer on the case. Why on Earth would be be so unprofessional to Carter as to pretend he can't speak English and thus be able to advance the case, even if Carter's being a dick to him?

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** The more worrying thing is that Lee is a police officer on the case. Why on Earth would be he be so unprofessional to Carter as to pretend he can't speak English and thus be able to advance the case, even if Carter's being a dick to him?
2nd Feb '14 4:28:52 AM wkcia
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** The more worrying thing is that Lee is a police officer on the case. Why on Earth would be be so unprofessional to Carter as to pretend he can't speak English and thus be able to advance the case, even if Carter's being a dick to him?
26th Sep '13 7:18:05 AM 84788484
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*** [[SarcasmMode Well that's not at all racist.]]
17th Feb '12 5:47:25 PM masamune1
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* MoneyDearBoy




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* Yeah; it was just a ruse to get him away from the car. They probably had someone watching the house and hung up just as the car left. One has to wonder what would happen if he asked the car to wait for him (unlikely, since he didn't know how long he'd be on the phone, but still possible).



It's to show off the scar he got from Soo Yung's necklace. Still doesn't make sense, though.

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* It's to show off the scar he got from Soo Yung's necklace. Still doesn't make sense, though.though.
* It's a mock "Hey, hows it going" between two old enemies. Sang and Lee know each other, and Sang is bemused that, even if he isn't allowed to just shoot him, he still has a gun to Lee's head, to the head of the detective how keeps getting in his way. He winks because he's enjoying that idea.
17th Feb '12 5:42:49 PM masamune1
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* Also, didn't Carter fail to understand a conversation in Chinese in the second movie? The one with the contact in the restaurant? "Because his mouth is open 24 hours a day."

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* ** Also, didn't Carter fail to understand a conversation in Chinese in the second movie? The one with the contact in the restaurant? "Because his mouth is open 24 hours a day."




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** First thing Carter says to Lee is "please tell me you speak English", then he asks him if he speaks English in a condescending and slightly racist way. Its no wonder Lee decided to get his own back with him.
31st Jan '12 3:18:18 AM santos32
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It's to show off the scar he got from Soo Yung's necklace. Still doesn't make sense, though.
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