Cobra Kai (2018– )
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Quiver 

Johnny's dojo class attracts a group of misfits while his son Robby, who harbors ulterior motives, lands a new job. Samantha makes a new friend in science class. Daniel inspires interest in karate from an unlikely person.

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
... Daniel LaRusso
... Johnny Lawrence
... Amanda LaRusso
... Miguel Diaz
... Robby Keene
... Samantha LaRusso
... Louie LaRusso, Jr.
... Eli / Hawk
... Demetri
... Anthony
... Anoush
... Aisha (as Nichole La'net Brown)
... Trey
... Laura
Jeff Kaplan ... Cruz
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Johnny's dojo class attracts a group of misfits while his son Robby, who harbors ulterior motives, lands a new job. Samantha makes a new friend in science class. Daniel inspires interest in karate from an unlikely person.

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Action | Comedy | Drama | Family

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2 May 2018 (USA)  »

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A young Johnny Lawrence rides his bicycle through his street, a modern looking plastic wheeled bin can be seen parked on the roadside. See more »

Quotes

Johnny Lawrence: Since you joined Cobra Kai, I have been hard on you. I've called you names, I've humiliated you - some of you, I've hit. And for that, I don't apologize. Cobra Kai is about strength. If you can't be strong on the inside, you can't be strong on the outside. And right now - you're all weak. And I know that because I was you. I used to have no friends, I used to be the weird kid. Well, maybe not that weird, I still hooked up with babes 'n all but the point is - I wasn't always the badass sensei ...
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The episode begins with the word "quiver" and its three definitions, ending with the noun for "a group of cobras". See more »

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References Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me (1999) See more »

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i used to be the new guy here..
11 May 2018 | by See all my reviews

Cobra Kai

Quiver

The suffering and journey that the characters went through all these years comes in handy to project for the makers which they do and should use it to draw out the best emotions. The series does lack a major conundrum i.e. they do not possess strength on acting objective which might bite them on the long run. Although watching William Zabka and Ralph Machio share a screen is definitely electrifying which the makers are aware of and uses it wisely.

The technical aspects are better like choreography (action sequence can be tough to project for the mature actors) and background score. The writing is cheesy, corny and questionable with a familiar plot that it mostly walks on but somehow between creation and execution it still works like a charm in here.

The seals break and the content comes flooding out which one might have predicted but still comes off entertaining when it hits the screen that is celebrated in here with amazing background score and brilliant execution.


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