If you ever need a tour guide for the wonderful city of Bangkok, Thailand, look no further than the eccentric Mr. Chow of the two "Hangover" films. He'll show you all the best parts of the country: the motor bikes, the other motor bikes and the site of his first killing.
In this exclusive clip from the Blu-ray/DVD release of "The Hangover Part II," currently in stores as of today (December 6), Ken Jeong travels in character as Mr. Chow through the streets of Bangkok, pointing out the sights along the way. He knows the city well and shares every happy memory with you in the featurette.
As Jeong is known for, the extra featurette from the video release is the actor just improvising his way through the clip, playing off what he's seeing on the street in his usual hilarious fashion.
"The Hangover Part II" set records on a number of different fronts. It was the widest release ever for a rated-R movie and became the highest grossing R-rated movie of the year, coming in third overall behind "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2" and "Transformers: Dark of the Moon." It also had the second biggest gross for an R-rated comedy ever, only coming in behind the first "Hangover" film. Overall, the film made $254 million for a worldwide total.
"The Hangover Part II" hits both DVD and Blu-ray today (December 6).
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