In Hong Kong, Kelly and Scott are visiting their host, a mandarin, unaware that a sniper has set up across the street on a hill. He draws a bead on Kelly as he finishes the game... and fires just as Kelly's opponent Courtney James shakes hands with him at the end of the match. Afterward, Scott gives Kelly a massage while Hong Kong policemen Hardy and Maitland question Kelly. He explains that he's in Hong Kong to play tennis and travels the world living with wealthy patrons, with Scott as his trainer and masseur. The officers assume that the sniper was going after Kelly, who claims he has no idea why anyone would want him dead. They tell him that if he tries to leave Hong Kong in the next two weeks, they'll put a hold on his passport...Read the full recap
Hardy: What about you, Mr. Scott?
Scott: Me? Oh, I drift around the edges of the world, one of the Nirvana boys, seeker after the Golden Fleece. Ports of call are where I live and masseur is what I am.
Scott: (reading his ID) Edmund Wade, New York City.
Edwin Wade: That ain't all.
Scott: Profession: master tailor.
Kelly: With a bulge like that in your coat?
Edwin Wade: Well, it's not so easy in a single-breasted garment.
Edwin Wade: Then somewhere in those 40 miles between Communist China and here, the whole thing went up in a puff of smoke. That's including the crew: engineer and fireman. Whole train vanished.
Kelly: The whole train vanished.?
Edwin Wade: Yeah. Steam engine, six box cars.
Kelly: A steam engine and six box cars? Carrying what?
Edwin Wade: Stone.
Edwin Wade: Uh, you want to not do that, please? Don't repeat everything I say. My wife does it. That's why I travel so much. So don't you do it, please, makes me very nervous.
Kelly: Nervous? Sorry.
(touring the Tiger Balm Gardens)
Scott: Kind of nice of ol' um, whatshisname...?
Scott: Pow--Pah--Popov... Popov. Kind of nice of him to do all this for the folks here, I'll tell you that.
Kelly: Kinda nice of them to make him a billionaire, buying his liniment.
Scott: Well, it's that tiger balm. You know, they really believe in that kind of stuff.
Kelly: Don't know why not. The label says you can rub it on--it gets rid of anything.
Scott: Maybe they rubbed it on the train.
Kelly: You're not listening to me.
Scott: No, I'm not.
Kelly: All right, you're fired.
Scott: Listen, we've been through a lot together, haven't we?
Kelly: I guess.
Scott: I've pulled you out of a lot of close shaves, haven't I?
Scott: I know you'd do the same thing for me if I needed it, wouldn't you?
Kelly: I would hold whit- hot steel in my hands to save you, are you kiddin'?
Kelly: What is it? What do you want me to do?
Scott: Carry me.
Kelly: I think I heard a train bell.
Scott: Me, too.
Kelly: Sometimes given a premise like that, it means there's a train bell around.
Scott: You're a deep thinker.
Scott: The Green Hornet and his faith valet Kato.
Kato is the driver of the Black Beauty, a high-tech car with weapons, in The Green Hornet radio serial and subsequent TV, movie, and comic book adaptations.