... and his opponent trying to strangle Ricky with his own intestines.
"Dude, gross. You really need more fiber in your diet ..."
So, it's only fitting that the final battle would be even wackier and more gore-soaked, as Ricky faces off against the evil jailhouse warden. Since having a ripped martial artist face-off against a douchey bureaucrat wouldn't meet those standards, the filmmakers wisely decided to have the warden transform into a slobbering ogre.
Ironically, at this point he becomes beautiful on the inside, but can't express it.
Predictably, the hero of this story eventually manages to best the warden. Not so predictably, Riki does so by tossing him into a conveniently placed meat grinder.
"I was aiming for the window, but sure."
And cementing the fact that this movie will never be shown at any barbecues, this happens:
Block C ate like kings for the rest of the week.
The movie ends with Ricky tossing aside the warden's severed head like a beach ball, and literally punching down a massive jailhouse wall, leading the audience to wonder why he didn't do such in the first five minutes of the movie.
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