34 years after losing the All Valley Karate Championship, Johnny Lawrence decides to reopen the Cobra Kai Dojo while his school adversary, Daniel LaRusso, runs a successful auto business.
Did You Know?
When Johnny is fighting the punks outside the convenience store, he says to the last guy he grabs by the throat "What's the matter? Having trouble breathing?". Mike Barnes said this same line to Daniel in their All Valley match in The Karate Kid Part III
(1989). See more
There was never any argument in the original movie over whether Daniel's winning kick was legal or not. Neither Johnny, nor Kreese, nor the judges of the tournament ever expressed any doubt over it. Furthermore, the kick hit Johnny under his chin, which is a perfectly legal move. See more
Banzai! Daniel LaRusso here from LaRusso Auto bringing you specials on all of our inventory. We have an excess of Jeep Grand Cherokees priced to go. Get a lease, or own it...
[a caption saying '$439/month' appears
Nah. Make that...
[Daniel chops the caption to '$339/month'
Yes, we are chopping prices on all of our Hondas, Nissans, Acuras, and Audis.
[Daniel chops and punches the price captions
So come visit any of our locations in Tarzana, Woodland Hills, North Hollywood, and Sherman Oaks. And ...
Features The Karate Kid
Nothin' but a Good Time
Written by Bobby Dall, C. C. Deville, Bret Michaels, and Rikki Rockett
Performed by Poison See more