Hang Over Part II - Best Quotes.
1. Alan's Wedding Toast Alan:
“None of you know Stu like I do. Not you. Not you. Not you. Not you. Not nobody knows Stu like I do. No one. I can’t even tell you what we’ve been through because we made a pact, more important than blood. What I can tell you is this. This is not Stu’s first marriage. There was a whore in Las Vegas a couple of years ago…”
Alan begins his speech rather awkwardly by reading some "facts" about Thailand, possibly copied from Wikipedia. He then moves into the body of his address, which sets out to prove that (1) he is Stu's best friend and (2) he should not tell the assembled wedding guests about the sordid details of the guys' trip to Vegas. It doesn't really go all that well.
2. The Jonas Brothers Doug:
“Stu would like to invite you to his wedding.”
Stu: “Well only if you’re not busy.”
Stu: “Well, maybe the Jonas Brothers are in town.”
Alan: “Nope, they’re in Raleigh, Durham that weekend.”
We learned about Alan's obsession with The Jonas Brothers in the first "Hangover," making this joke yet another callback.
4. Inappropriate Monkeys Alan:
"When a monkey nibbles on a penis, its funny in every language!"
During the movie, the gang encounters a Buddhist monk who has taken a vow of silence. Alan plays a joke on the monk during a long bus ride by sticking a banana under his robe (made to resemble an ***** penis), which in turn attracts a hungry monkey. The ensuing laughter from everyone on the bus - American and Thai alike - confirms the universality of bathroom humor.
6. Bachelor Brunch Phil:
“Oh it’s ok. No it’s ok. It’s a bachelor party. Drink up everybody. Oh wait, there’s no alcohol I forgot we’re at a ****ing IHOP!”
Phil (Cooper) is distressed to find that his uptight friend Stu, still processing the chaos that occurred after the first film's bachelor party, has decided to skip out on the rite of passage and just have brunch at IHOP instead. Seems like Phil would be more understanding than this, particularly considering that last time, the festivities resulted in broken teeth and marriages.
7. Long John Silver's Alan:
“I’ve been uh meaning to ask someone. I noticed it’s a fishing village. Is there a Long John Silvers on the island?”
Lauren: “No, no I don’t think so. I’m so sorry.”
Stu: “But, we are actually serving some great fresh seafood.”
Alan: “Better than Long Johns?”
Alan: “I’ll be the judge of that.”
Alan has something of a tough time adjusting to day-to-day life in Thailand. First off, he keeps calling it "Thigh-land." But even more distressing, he refuses to indulge in the local cuisine, preferring American staples like the seafood-heavy chain Long John Silver's.
8. P.F. Chang's Alan: [Entering a monastery] “What is this a P.F. Chang’s?”
Alan's total lack of culture, or even grasp of the notion that not all foreign countries are precisely like America, is a constant refrain during "Hangover 2." Perhaps his ignorance is most notable in the sequence set in Thailand's (fictitious!) Ching Mei monastery.
9. Orange Juice with a Napkin on Top Stu:
“Ya see that? That’s orange juice with a napkin on top. Ya know why? So nobody roofies me.”
One of many "callbacks" in "Hangover 2" to the first film. In this case, Stu refers to Alan (Galifianakis) drugging everyone in the first film, leading to their wild night in Las Vegas.__________________
10. Asiatown Doug:
“What’s going on? Where are you guys?”
Phil: “I don’t know man. We woke up in some shithole room in some city.”
Doug: “Oh god, what city?”
Phil: “I don’t know Doug. ****ing Asiatown!”
When they group has reached their lowest point, convinced they will not be able to recover their lost compatriot nor find their way back home, Phil is forced to call their old buddy Doug (Justin Bartha) for assistance. Unfortunately, he doesn't even know what city they're in (we find out later that it's Bangkok) or how they can be found. Sounds like a situation that's ripe for comic possibilities!
11. Just One Bump Mr. Chow: “I explain it all ok? Just let me get one bump. Get my head straight.”
Yes, the irrepressible Leslie Chow (Jeong) returns in "Hangover 2," joining the guys in Bangkok for Stu's wedding despite not really making too many friends last time. The self-appointed "international criminal" was out with the guys on their big night out that none of them remember, but before he relates any essential information, he insists on doing a bit of cocaine first. This is pretty much never a good idea.
12. Her Dad Hates You Phil: “And her dad hates you.”
Stu: “He doesn’t hate me. He’s just never spoken to me. I think it’s a cultural thing.”
In the film, the gang has reassembled in Thailand to see Stu (Ed Helms) marry the beautiful Lauren (Jamie Chung). Unfortunately, as we soon discover, Jamie's stern father does not seem to feel that Stu is worthy of his daughter's hand in marriage. Things get further complicated when Stu and his friends accidentally lose the man's favorite son in the streets of Bangkok literally hours later...