Mike has been investigating a series of hijackings of high valued goods that have just come off the docks. Mike believes that a man named Arvin is behind the hijackings, but he has no proof yet. But when he is attacked one night by three men telling him to stay off the docks, Mike knows he must be close to nailing Arvin. The only reason why Mike was not more severely beaten is that a third party intervened to save him, namely a Chinese man named Li Tsung. Li was able easily to fend off the three men using a form of martial arts, translated into English called Way of the Intercepting Fist. Li is the only eyewitness who would be able to identify the men. Mike is hoping that Li will be able to do two things, first identify the men so that he can tie them back to Arvin in some manner, and second teach him the Way of the Intercepting Fist. Although Mike believes that learning the martial art form will eventually help him catch the three thugs and thus Arvin, he has ulterior motives in that...
Did You Know?
The title of this episode, "The Way of the Intercepting Fist", is the English translation of the Cantonese phrase "Jeet Kune Do,' which was the name Bruce Lee chose for his own hybrid style of martial arts. See more
Where'd you learn to fight like that?
Drinking tea from an empty cup.