Wuxi China Expats, with criminal intent, could only breath a temporary sigh of relief when they heard that Wuxi China Expatdom Chief Inspector Harry Callahan was appointed Governor of the Suzhou China Expatdom Colony — for Inspector Callahan quickly announced that officer McNulty was appointed as the WCE C.I.’s temporary stand in.
C.I. Callahan announced McNulty’s appointment at a press conference held at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion of Gambay’s Pub in the 1912 Bar District of Wuxi, China. Over a million journalists and curiosity seekers attended.
Callahan told the assembled that while McNulty was a discipline problem with his over-the-top and brutal interrogation techniques, as well as causing the WCE P.D. trouble with the powers at the WCE parliament, he still had a better name than the more suitable candidates. Said Callahan: "McNulty, McccccNuullllltttttyyyyyyy! I love that name. It is almost as good as mine. I apologize to officers Smith, McGillicuty, and Pzerzzwylewski. They would have been adequate replacements for me while I fix up the Suzhou Expatdom, but a good last tough-sounding name is needed to scare the bejesus out of punks! And with McNulty, you have a loose cannon, who while maybe beating up an innocent or two, and not going by the book, will make crime fighting interesting for the guys there at Wuxi China Expatdom Mammoth pictures. Good narrative and justice is what the Wuxi China Expatdom is all about."
Wuxi China Expatdom Film Appreciation Society President Harry praised the appointment of officer McNulty. "The name is great!" said President Moore, "I can hardly wait to see the movie and the sequel and the sequel after that."