||[Jan. 15th, 2005|11:50 pm]
The Question Club
I'm kind of an idiot, but this is just bad.|
In Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, in the way beginning, Indy drinks from a glass and the Chinese dudes start laughing because they poisoned it. So he has to give back the diamond for the antidote. But then the "waiter" hands him another glass identical to the poisoned one, one of the Chinese dudes says "That's not a waiter!" and Indy says "Good service here". At first, I thought this meant that Indy drank a glass that wasn't poisoned, thanks to his "waiter" friend, but then he still keeps going after the antidote. I just don't understand what's so significant about the new glass or why Indy would say "Good service here" or what exactly his old friend did for him.
Can anybody explain this to me? I've seen the movie at least 20 times and I could never figure this out.