They stop at a brothel, but while Harris leaves with a big-breasted prostitute, Harold and Kumar talk about their friendship issues with their girls. Harold and Kumar arrive in Texas, where Colton promises to help them out of their situation, but when he sees Kumar reconnecting with Vanessa, he turns them over to Fox.

Following the events of Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle, Harold Lee and Kumar Patel purchase plane tickets to Amsterdam so Harold can pursue a romance with neighbor Maria.

Before boarding their plane, they encounter a friend from college named Colton, and Kumar's ex-girlfriend, Vanessa, who are getting married in Texas.

During the car ride, Kumar remembers meeting Vanessa at the library and smoking a joint for the first time.

Fox interrogates Harold and Kumar's parents utilizing an incompetent interpreter, despite their English fluency.

Fox tries to shoot them, but falls to his death, and they crash through the roof of President George W. Bush brings them to his recreation room, and they bond by smoking weed.

Bush promises to pardon Harold and Kumar and to help them with whatever they need.

Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay is a 2008 American stoner comedy film, and the second installment of the Harold & Kumar series.

The film was written and directed by Jon Hurwitz and Hayden Schlossberg.

During the flight, a woman suspects Kumar is a terrorist after mistaking his bong for a bomb.

Sky marshals detain them and the plane diverts to Washington D. Ron Fox, an obsessive and racist Deputy Secretary of Homeland Security, sends them to the Guantanamo Bay detention camp in Cuba, thinking they are agents of a joint Al-Qaeda and North Korean conspiracy, against the advice of NSA Vice-Chairman John Beecher.

Harold uses Harris' mace to incapacitate two guards, but Fox catches them.