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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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Rudy tries to get his job at the dojo back, but he is replaced by a robot sensei; Milton and Eddie build a robot.
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Kim wants Jack to be her date at the Swan Court Cotillion Ball, but when he turns her down, she asks new kid Brody instead.
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While in China for the Junior World Karate Championships, Jack comes face to face with his cousin Kai, a rival from his past.
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The gang forms secret alliances while competing on a reality show.
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Jerry ends up in the hospital after he gets injured and Milton and Eddie get into mischief while visiting.
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Rudy's prized Katana sword goes missing when the gang throws a party while he's away.
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Jerry takes the wrap for Milton's prank and gets detention.
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Milton is made a security guard, but gets put to the test.
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Milton falls for Julie but when her uncle forbids them from seeing each other, they decide their feelings for each other are more important than the rivalry between their dojos.
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The mall's annual Halloween Boo-Stravaganza; Rudy meets a mysterious woman.
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Jack's dream transports him and the gang back to the '70s.
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Rudy decides he wants to act but fumbles his audition, so Jack steps in to help.
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As a reward for winning the Bobby Wasabi Inter-Dojo Tournament, Bobby sends over a life-sized wax statue of himself. Meanwhile, Kim and Milton turn the mall courtyard into a beach and start charging for chairs and sunblock.
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Kim is ecstatic when teen pop sensation Ricky Weaver shows up at the dojo to ask her to dance with him on stage at his concert. But after Ricky brags to Jack about his track record with girls, Jack tries to warn Kim about Ricky's intentions.
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Jerry signs the gang up for the "Hottest Dance Crew Competition" at the mall, but quickly learns they can't dance. Smooth, the leader of the reigning champs, the Step Brotherz, offers Jerry a spot on his crew and he eagerly joins.
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Rudy throws himself a birthday party, and Jack gets Bobby Wasabi to come as a surprise, but Rudy doesn't recognize the now overweight star, flips him, and gets himself fired.
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As Milton prepares for his first LARP battle as King, his troop abandons him. Rudy comes to his rescue, then Jack and the gang decide to help as Milton's always been there for them.
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Arthur, obnoxious son of the mall owner, joins the dojo. He upsets everyone, and after a fight with Jack his Dad tells Rudy to get rid of Jack or he'll turn the mall into a parking lot.
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Truman, a bratty kid whose dad controls and own the mall's security faculties, captures an embarrassing video of Eddie practicing for the school dance with a punching dummy in a wig and cherry lip gloss.
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Milton climbs the trophy cabinet to put his spelling bee trophy next to Jack's martial arts one. He falls and is rescued by janitor Nakamura, who turns out to have been a sumo champ.
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The gang meets a skater with martial arts skills who might be able to help them.

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