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Run by Sensei Rudy, the Bobby Wasabi Martial Arts Academy is the worst dojo in the nationwide Bobby Wasabi chain and is in danger of closing. But things change when Jack reluctantly joins the dojo and meets his new crew, including tough guy slacker Jerry and confident martial arts expert Kim. The crew teaches a group of neighborhood goofballs about life, karate and how to "kick it." Jack and the gang quickly realize their newfound friendship will take them places they've never imagined and, united, they can become unstoppable.

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Despite Milton's objections, the gang decides to throw a Halloween party at the temple while the monks are out of town.
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Kim falls asleep during a zombie movie and dreams that her friends, including Jack and Jerry have turned into zompyres, a combination of zombies and vampires.
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Rudy volunteers Jack, Jerry and Milton to work at Santa's village, in order to teach them about the spirit of Christmas.
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Kim returns from Japan with her sensei, Tomo, who's interested in hiring Rudy.
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When Jerry disrespects Jack's authority as a sensei and throws an unauthorized party at the dojo, Jack suspends him from taking his black belt test.
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The gang decide to buy themselves a boat but they run out of money and come up with an alternate plan.
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A documentary film crew from the Karate Channel comes to film; Milton takes a stand against Jerry.
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Milton fears his dreams of going to Oxbridge University are ruined until he meets Tom, the president of a powerful brotherhood that can help him.
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The mayor's son is taken captive.
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Jack, Jerry, and Milton team up to compete in a Commando Paintball Challenge.
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Jack and Milton meet their hero, legendary daredevil Spanky Danger.
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Milton and Jerry volunteer at the Seaford History Museum.
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Seaford celebrates the bi-centennial of the famous victory at Seaford Hill.
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When Jack and Jerry learn that Milton is a talented magician, they use his skills to make money.
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An old Seaford legend surfaces about a ghost pirate.
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When Jack and Milton can't stop arguing, Rudy insists on quality bonding time by taking a road trip.
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Milton dresses up as an original superhero for a convention but is forced into action when a crisis arises.
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Milton borrows his dad's classic convertible to impress his ex-girlfriend.
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Milton, Jerry and Joan create their own highly-stylized martial arts video.
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Rudy inherits a seemingly worthless piece of land, but when Jack and Milton urge him to check it out, they uncover a hidden gold mine.
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Jack and Milton return to Seaford and discover that Rudy has opened an impressive two-story dojo in a new mall and Phil has opened a bowling alley.

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