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  • Elena Doesn't Tell Dom About His Son ('The Fate of the Furious') on Random Dumbest Decisions In The ‘Fast And Furious’ Saga

    (#4) Elena Doesn't Tell Dom About His Son ('The Fate of the Furious')

    Dom and Elena hook up at the end of Fast 5, then part ways in Fast 6 after Dom learns Letty is still alive. In Fate of the Furious, Elena says she found out she was pregnant around the same time, and decided not to share the news with Dom until after he and Letty got back from their honeymoon. Cipher nixes that plan when she abducts them.

    Alright, let's rewind for a second. If Dom's baby is around six months old, as the child actor who portrays him is, and Elena had a nine-month pregnancy, that means she's been sitting on this secret for 15 months. Even if Elena is the most saintly and understanding ex-girlfriend on Earth, and would rather not harsh Dom and Letty's buzz with something as consequential as, y'know, bringing a human being into the world, there's one very good reason she should have told Dom right away: People try to attack him and his "family" all the time. Elena and her baby get snatched by Cipher because of course they would be.

    Dom, being a multi-millionaire and freelance government agent, would have the resources to protect them - if he knew. Also, if he knew, he could have saved Elena six months of awkwardly telling people she's waiting for her baby daddy to give the kid a first name.

  • Sean Goes On A Date With A Yakuza's Girlfriend ('The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift') on Random Dumbest Decisions In The ‘Fast And Furious’ Saga

    (#6) Sean Goes On A Date With A Yakuza's Girlfriend ('The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift')

    Technically, Takashi 'DK' Kamata isn't a full yakuza, and technically, Sean and Neela were just hanging out, but c'mon. We know what's up! 

    DK's uncle is a bonafide yakuza, which makes DK dangerous by association, and he isn't shy about using his underworld connection to terrorize anybody he doesn't like. Sean Boswell may be a naive gaijin, and an impulsive street racer to boot, but even he should understand that spending some alone time with DK's lady is a big no no.

  • Dom Abandons Letty ('Fast & Furious') on Random Dumbest Decisions In The ‘Fast And Furious’ Saga

    (#5) Dom Abandons Letty ('Fast & Furious')

    After a job to swipe oil from a tanker truck goes explosively pear shaped, Dom decides it's time to stop putting his loved ones in danger. Yet, after kindly telling his buddies to pack up and go home, Dom decides the best way to protect Letty is to take off without saying a word and leave her a few thousand bucks on the nightstand. Yikes.

    Dom abandoning Letty is, by itself, a crummy thing to do to a person who left a comfortable, law-abiding existence in California, USA, to go be with the love of her life. (Letty knew what she was getting into when she tracked you down, Dom. She literally says, "Ride or die!") Yet it's the long-term consequence of this abandonment that really twists the knife.

    In hopes of clearing Dom's record, Letty agrees to go undercover for Brian, which leads to a series of extremely unfortunate events for the whole crew over multiple installments in the franchise. Dom's decision becomes even harsher in hindsight when we discover, in Fast 7, that he married Letty at some point in the past. This means Dom didn't just abandon his long-time lover in Fast & Furious, he walked out on his wife. Double yikes.

  • Whatever's Going On With Brian And Monica ('2 Fast 2 Furious') on Random Dumbest Decisions In The ‘Fast And Furious’ Saga

    (#9) Whatever's Going On With Brian And Monica ('2 Fast 2 Furious')

    The Fast saga could really use more Monica Fuentes, the undercover US Customs Agent who gathered intelligence on Carter Verone and kept Brian and Roman alive in 2 Fast 2 Furious.

    Here's the weird thing, though: It is never clearly established what the relationship between Monica and Brian is. Throughout the film, it seems like something's going on between them, and a strong argument can be made that the two have met prior to their introduction in the film's opening. It's possible that Monica and Brian are just super flirty, but it kind of feels like these characters have definitely hooked up before. That would at least explain why they share a kiss near the end of the film without remarking on it at all.

    Regardless, whether the two have a thing going on or they're just really into the idea, the fact remains that Monica is in an incredibly precarious position. She's the only government agent to last in Verone's employ, and a single slip up could scuttle the whole operation and put her life in jeopardy. Brian knows that better than anyone, and yet he and Monica continue to make eyes at each other over Verone's shoulder and generally flirt like teenagers. 

  • Dom Runs A Heist Without His Full Crew ('The Fast and the Furious') on Random Dumbest Decisions In The ‘Fast And Furious’ Saga

    (#3) Dom Runs A Heist Without His Full Crew ('The Fast and the Furious')

    In the first Fast and Furious film, Dominic Toretto and his crew are covertly swiping DVD players and digital cameras from container trucks. Brian O'Conner, then a wet-behind-the-ears LA cop, just can't believe Dom's the bad guy, because he's so cool and in control.

    On the latter two counts, Brian's not wrong. Despite Dom's imposing frame, he's more of a thinker than a bruiser. That's why it's strange that he orders Letty, Vince, and Leon to go through with a heist they're clearly not ready for. This happens after Jesse freaks out and flees from Race Wars, leaving them short a man. Dom's sister tells him not to go, but Dom ignores her. Later, Leon says things don't feel right, but Dom shuts him up. Even Letty objects, but Dom just won't listen.

    The heist ends in a spectacular failure, with Vince nearly bleeding out, Letty injured, and Brian revealing he's an undercover cop - shattering his relationship with Dom for several years.

  • Dom Leaves Vince's Share Of The Money On His Kitchen Table ('Fast 5') on Random Dumbest Decisions In The ‘Fast And Furious’ Saga

    (#10) Dom Leaves Vince's Share Of The Money On His Kitchen Table ('Fast 5')

    This is another instance when Dom's nobility stumbles on the execution. It happens like this: Vince loses his life during the course of Dom and Brian's Rio job, which is a common hazard among people who cross their path, but Dom promises to take care of Vince's family no matter what. Cool. Unfortunately, Dom decides the best way to do this is to leave a large sack of money on Vince's kitchen table for his wife, Rosa, to find.

    Let's set aside the fact that Rosa has no idea what happened to her husband at this point, and the fact that "Uncle" Dom offers no explanation beyond "I'll see you soon." The bigger problem is that Dom figured it would be cool to leave several million dollars just sitting in front of an open window, in a neighborhood that appears to be fairly crime-ridden. 

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You must have watched the movies Fast and Furious. In the mind of some fans, this is a series of classic movies. However, other viewers regard it as clumsy and stupid movies. It is undeniable that there are many shocking and amazing racing scenes in the movies, but there are also some plots that violate reality or the laws of physics.

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