John Kreese, his life in tatters after his karate school was defeated by Daniel and Miyagi, visits Terry Silver, a Vietnam War comrade. Terry is a ruthless businessman and martial arts expert, and he vows to help Kreese gain revenge on Daniel and Miyagi, and reestablish Cobra Kai. Upon returning from Okinawa, Daniel and Miyagi discover that their apartment building has been demolished, which brings Miyagi out of work. Going against Miyagi's wishes, Daniel uses his college funds to realize Miyagi's dream of opening a bonsai tree shop, and becomes a partner in the bonsai business.
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First it was teacher to student. Then it was father to son. Now, it's man to man.
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Did You Know?
The house where Terry lives is actually the Ennis House, a home designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1924. The house has been used in multiple films, but most notably as the original "House on Haunted Hill
(1959)," but also in Blade Runner
(1982) and Grand Canyon
(1991). See more
When Mr. Miyagi fights Terry Silver and the gang at the Cobra Kai dojo, he throws Barnes into the wall and temporarily knocks him out. Barnes falls face down with his head pointing away from the front door. In the next shot, they show Barnes lying on his back on the mat and his head is pointing toward the door. See more
You think this is the end of it, old man? I'm gonna open Cobra Kai dojos all over this Valley. Hell, I might even teach for free! From now on, all that anyone will know about is Cobra Kai karate. John Kreese's karate. You won't even be a memory!
Yes, he will. You won't.
[Kreese and Silver are laughing hysterically, as Daniel turns to Miyagi
NOW... will you train me?
Mr. Kesuke Miyagi
Hai. Now Miyagi train you.
Referenced in Cobra Kai: All Valley
This Could Take All Night
Written by Diane Warren
Performed by Boys Club See more