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Kato (Character)
from "The Green Hornet" (1966)

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The Green Hornet (2011)
Kato: I was born in Shanghai. You know Shanghai?
Britt Reid: I love Japan.

Britt Reid: You know what you are. You're a human Swiss army knife.
Kato: I don't know what's that mean?
Britt Reid: It's a little things, and you keep pulling out things, and just when you think there couldn't be any more cool things, a new cool thing comes out, and that's you! You are even dressed like one. You should have a little plus on your chest.

Britt Reid: Kato, I want you to take my hand, and I want you to come with me on this adventure.
Kato: I go with you, but I don't want to touch you.

[last lines]
Britt Reid: The Green Hornet. His reliable partner, the Blue Wombat.
Kato: [smacks him]
Britt Reid: Oh! Oh, man. Okay, how about, um, the Red Hippopotamus? No? Not Red Hippopotamus?
Kato: Hippos are not red.
Britt Reid: I know. Hornets aren't green. Who cares? The, uh, Orange Albatross.

Britt Reid: What did you think of my father?
Kato: He was fine.
Britt Reid: Come on. Just tell me.
Kato: He was my boss. Nobody loves their boss.
Britt Reid: Don't sugarcoat this, Kato. You're not gonna offend me. Just tell me, man to man.
Kato: He was a bit of a dick.

Kato: You like your father now?
Britt Reid: Yes! You see, he wasn't a dick after all. Well, he was a dick, just not really how we thought he was.

Kato: You shot yourself face by mistake.
Britt Reid: How long was I out? What time is it?
Kato: Two o'clock.
Britt Reid: Oh, that's not so bad.
Kato: On Thursday.
Britt Reid: It's Thursday? Are you ki... It's not Monday right now?
Kato: No. I'm sorry.
Britt Reid: Did you put this diaper on me? Well, what did I miss?
Kato: Nothing really. I did some work on the Black Beauties.
Britt Reid: "Beauties"?
[Britt looks in the garage, sees more "Black Beauty" Chrysler Imperials]
Britt Reid: Holy crap.
Kato: They're backups.
Britt Reid: How the hell did you do this in four days?
Kato: It's been 11 days.
Britt Reid: Whoa, 11 days? What? Are kidding me? I wasn't sleeping, I was in a coma, dick!

Kato: But it's okay now, I fixed the Hornet gas. The gas only lasts one hour.
Britt Reid: Can I see it?
Kato: Okay, but be careful this time. Okay?
Britt Reid: I just want to look at it. Just give it to me for one second...
[shoots the Hornet gas in Kato's face]
Britt Reid: See you in an hour.

Kato: Go be a journalist. I'll kick ass.


"Batman: The Spell of Tut (#2.7)" (1966)
The Green Hornet: [the Green Hornet and Kato stick their heads out a window while Batman and Robin are climbing the wall outside] What are you doing here?
Batman: I might ask you the same question.
The Green Hornet: Pursuing the enemies of law and order, wherever they happen to be.
Batman: Aren't you in the wrong city?
The Green Hornet: On special assignment for "The Daily Sentinel." You know my aide, Kato.
Batman: Robin, the Boy Wonder.
The Green Hornet: Well, I don't want to hold you up from your crimefighting.
Batman: Thank you. And good luck to you, Mister Hornet.
Kato: Nice to have met you.
[Kato and the Green Hornet go back in, and shut the window]
Robin: Gosh, Batman, what are they dressed like *that* for?
Batman: [shrugs] Hmmph?


"Batman: Batman's Satisfaction (#2.52)" (1967)
Kato: [During the big fight between Batman, Robin, Green Hornet, Kato, and Colonel Gum's Henchmen, Robin punches Kato sending him to Green Hornet] It's a good thing those guys are on our side, even though they don't know it.
Robin: [after being hit by Kato, Robin stumbles into Batman] It's a good thing those guys aren't in town every week.


The Green Hornet Strikes Again! (1940)
Lenore "Casey" Case: Oh, by the way, there's a man locked up in your car.
Britt Reid: Locked up?
Lenore "Casey" Case: Yes, will you see that he's released?
Britt Reid: Yes.
Kato: Well, the man in the car that would be Mr... Axford.
Britt Reid: It not only would be, Kato, it is.


"The Green Hornet: The Preying Mantis (#1.10)" (1966)
Kato: You know, if we ever meet up with that masked gung fu man again... I want him.
Britt Reid: You got him.