Fatty Choy lives in the SRO in Chinatown. He’s normally a huge gossip and a jokester, but he cries for hours after he discovers Old Fong’s dead body in Old Fong’s apartment in the SRO. Like Willis, Fatty Choy plays a range of generic roles on Black and White. He plays the role of Lowlife Oriental, a henchman stationed outside the Chinatown gambling den, on Willis’s first episode as Special Guest Star.
Fatty Choy Character Timeline in Interior Chinatown
The timeline below shows where the character Fatty Choy appears in Interior Chinatown. The colored dots and icons indicate which themes are associated with that appearance.
Act 1: Generic Asian Man
Willis’s friend Fatty Choy tells everyone that Sifu is on food stamps and regularly looks through the trash for... (full context)
Act 2: Int. Golden Palace
...rang, Old Fong ran to get it, then he slipped and hit his head. Apparently, Fatty Choy found him. For once, Fatty Choy doesn’t have anything gossipy to say—instead, he cries for... (full context)
Act 3: Ethnic Recurring
INT. CHINATOWN GAMBLING DEN. Fatty Choy (as Lowlife Oriental) is at the door. Willis (as Special Guest Star) approaches him with... (full context)
...Karen, which isn’t in the script either. Willis introduces himself as Willis Wu. Just then, Fatty Choy enters the room. Willis does some kung fu moves and kicks the gun out of... (full context)
...(also breaking character) grumbles about Willis deviating from the script. Turner resumes his acting, roughing Fatty Choy up to try to get him to talk. Fatty Choy and Willis speak to each... (full context)
Lee turns to Turner and Green and tells them that Fatty Choy knows something but will never talk. Turner, nodding, notes, “Honor is very important to these... (full context)