In Tokyo a local tennis patron, Mr. Okura. takes Kelly and Scott to his home and assures them that his home is their home. As he goes to the door to wait for them, he spots a younger man hiding in the shadows, draws a sword from his cane, and threatens the intruder. The intruder manages to brush past them and runs off into the night. The agents and Okura pursue the intruder but he loses them in the darkness. When Kelly asks if Okura knows who it was, the old man says that it was a Tiger of Heaven...Read the full recap
Scott: Now the colonel wasn't that kind of man, was he?
Kelly: I hope so. What kind of man is that?
Scott: The kind of man that would carry around a picture of a geisha in his bag.
Kelly: You know what I really dig about Tokyo?
Scott: What's that?
Kelly: Well, it's the largest city in the world, right? And they would roll up the sidewalks tight at 11:30. By midnight they're all asleep.
Scott: Well, you know, a Japanese poet described it very well a long time ago.
Scott: Yep. He said, "The butterfly sleeps on the temple bell."
Kelly: That's it.