00.16-00:27 Beautiful night scenery with lights like Las Vegas.
00:30-00:49 Karaoke so bad that it’s good.
02:07-02:34 Exceptionally bad karaoke. Thankfully Liu Kang puts an end to it.
02:50-03:12 Wannabe gangster pushes his luck.
03:15-04:04 Liu Kang shows that Chinese boxing is more effective than barbaric tricks.
04:12-04:30 Liu Kang lets the last assailant pound his face in.
04:33-05:06 Enter Kung Lao. Almost Clint Eastwood like from The Man with No Name trilogy
5:08-05:11 I’m guessing Liu Kang and Kung Lao are not on best terms anymore.
05:29-05:32 From Mortal Kombat champion to a pile of garbage. What a fall.
06:30:08:45 Best part of the episode.
Really liked this episode. Did they hire Hans Zimmer to do the music? The music that was playing in the alley scene was striking similar to the theme used throughout The Dark Knight trilogy. I’ve never been a big fan of Liu Kang in the games but this has to be my favorite take on the character. We’ve seen a Mortal Kombat champion struggle with his duty and question his faith in Mortal Kombat: Conquest (the great Kung Lao) but nothing like this. Mark Dacascos and Brian Tee are prefect for their respective roles. Raise your hand if you remember Mark from Double Dragon. We had to wait a long time for the premiere of Mortal Kombat: Legacy II but this episode was worth it.