Cobra Kai Season 2’s Ending Explained

WARNING: Spoilers for Cobra Kai season 2.

Cobra Kai season 2 ends in tragedy for Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka), Daniel LaRusso (Ralph Macchio), and the students of both the Cobra Kai and Miyagi-Do dojos. Both Daniel and Johnny must face the ramifications of their failures as senseis; Daniel’s dream of continuing Mr. Miyagi’s teachings ends while Johnny loses both his prized pupil Miguel (Xolo Maridueña), who is hospitalized with serious injuries, and the Cobra Kai dojo itself, which is stolen by John Kreese (Martin Kove) after a violent brawl that exceeded anything fans saw in The Karate Kid movies.

Cobra Kai season 2 picks up immediately from the events of season 1 and spans the entire summer, just like The Karate Kid, Part II did. At the end of Cobra Kai season 1, Miguel won the All-Valley Karate Tournament for Cobra Kai and Kreese reappeared, wanting a piece of Cobra Kai as its original founder. Meanwhile, Daniel rebuilds Mr. Miyagi’s house and opens it as the new Miyagi-Do dojo, with his daughter Sam (Mary Mouser) and Johnny’s estranged son Robby (Tanner Buchanan) as his first students. Daniel’s plan is to fight Cobra Kai with a different brand of karate before Cobra Kai’s influence consumed the kids of the San Fernando Valley.

Related: Screen Rant’s Cobra Kai Season 2 Review

Throughout Cobra Kai season 2, the two dojos attempt to one-up each other and expand their rosters; Cobra Kai adds Tory (Peyton List), who quickly becomes Miguel’s new girlfriend, forming a love quadrangle with Sam and Robby. Meanwhile, Kreese corrupts Johnny’s attempts to evolve Cobra Kai beyond the original “no mercy” credo Kreese himself taught in the 1980s and the Cobra Kai students become divided by the mixed messages. Hawk (Jacob Bertrand), especially, becomes even more of a sociopathic bully, while other Cobra Kai students quit and join Daniel’s school. But tensions continue to escalate between all of the karate kids, including a midseason food court brawl and Kreese ordering Hawk to vandalize the Miyagi-Do dojo.

Ironically, just as Daniel and Johnny are able to reach a tentative truce, thanks to Daniel’s wife Amanda (Courtney Henggeler) and Miguel’s mother Carmen (Vanessa Rubio), all of their students finally explode into violence in the Cobra Kai season 2 finale, “No Mercy”, which Kreese takes full advantage of. Here’s how the ending of Cobra Kai season 2 changed the lives of Johnny, Daniel, and all of their students:

Cobra Kai Vs. Miyagi-Do Erupts Into All-Out War

Just like her father, Sam LaRusso found herself with an unwanted arch enemy in Tory. Soon after Tory joined Cobra Kai, she started dating Miguel, which irked Sam despite her romantic interest in Robby. Tory, who isn’t a rich kid, flips the original script of The Karate Kid as she resents Sam for being affluent, the way Daniel did Johnny when they were teenagers. Sam also mistakenly accused Tory of stealing, earning her enmity. At an end-of-summer house party, Sam embarrassed Tory by beating her at a drinking game before Tory caught the inebriated Sam kissing Miguel. Tory vowed payback and, on the first day of school, she commandeered West Valley High’s P.A. system and called Sam out to fight. (References to Grease and Sam reading The Outsiders right before Tory challenged her foreshadowed their conflict.)

When Sam and Tory came to blows, Miguel and Robby immediately rushed to help, which finally caused the burgeoning tensions between the Cobra Kai and Miyagi-Do students to ignite into violence. (“This isn’t a tournament”, Tory told Sam, echoing what Miyagi told Daniel when Chozen challenged him to a fight to the death in The Karate Kid, Part II.) In a fantastic action sequence, multiple students fought each other, the faculty, and the security guards. The chaos engulfed the entire school but crucially, the key fights were won by Miyagi-Do: Tory tried to maim Sam with a spiked bracelet but Sam won their fight; however, Miguel got the best of Robby and could have broken his arm, but he decided to adhere to Johnny’s lessons and show mercy. Robby, however, took advantage and kicked Miguel off a balcony. Miguel fell and landed on the stairwell, nearly killing him. Miguel ended Cobra Kai season 2 hospitalized and in critical condition.

How Kreese Stole Cobra Kai From Johnny

After Johnny visited Miguel at the hospital (and Carmen telling him she never wants to see him again), Cobra Kai’s sensei returned to his dojo and found an unpleasant surprise: Kreese, whose services Johnny had dismissed earlier, was back and training his students, including Tory and Hawk. Because Cobra Kai lost the fight at the school, Kreese used their resentment to take over as their new sensei, promising them that he wouldn’t fail them like Johnny did. Kreese then informs Johnny that the Cobra Kai dojo now belonged to him.

Kreese pulled off his coup when Johnny left town to spend time with his high school friends, who were the ex-Cobra Kai students who tormented Daniel in The Karate Kid. With Johnny out of town, Kreese took the opportunity to secretly change the ownership of the dojo and place all the legal paperwork under his name. Because Johnny wasn’t paying attention to the details, he let Kreese steal Cobra Kai right out from under him. This was actually foreshadowed earlier in Cobra Kai season 2 when Daniel made a commercial promoting Miyagi-Do and called Cobra Kai “a snake in the grass”. Predictably, John Kreese was the snake in the grass all along.

Kreese was always working for his own interests and lied to Johnny repeatedly. Because more and more students wanted to join Cobra Kai after Miguel won the All-Valley Tournament, Johnny needed the extra help and brought Kreese aboard despite his (correct) reservations. Johnny also took pity on Kreese after learning that his old sensei was a homeless drifter (it was Miguel who realized that Kreese’s war stories were lies and clued Johnny into investigating his sensei). However, Kreese never had any intention of letting Johnny evolve Cobra Kai and he always wanted to return the dojo to his violent 1980s methodology. Kreese’s lessons counteracted Johnny’s and left the students confused about whether or not to be “badass” or “show mercy”. Some of the Cobra Kai already mistrusted Johnny after they learned Robby was his son. The Cobra Kai students blamed showing mercy for what happened to Miguel and decided Johnny was the reason Cobra Kai lost the fight at the school so they went all-in with Kreese’s corruption.

Johnny And Daniel’s Students Repeat Their Mistakes – And Miguel Pays For It

A lot of the fun of Cobra Kai is in how Daniel and Johnny are simply unable to put their 35-year-old rivalry behind them. The two are oil and water and just can’t bring themselves to trust each other. Ironically, Daniel was a great sensei to his students, but too focused on trying to live up to Mr. Miyagi’s memory to notice that Johnny was actually trying to change. Johnny grew dismayed that his “badass” Cobra Kai lessons (which were Kreese’s original philosophies) were changing his students and turning them into “a**holes”, especially Miguel, who he was closer to than his own son Robby. However, Johnny’s mindset is perpetually trapped in the 1980s and he only ended up alienating most of his students, who irrevocably bought into the original “strike first, strike hard, no mercy” Cobra Kai lifestyle that Kreese reinforced.

Meanwhile, Johnny and Daniel’s students ended up not just recycling their senseis’ bad blood but escalating matters into full-blown gang warfare. Tory and Sam instantly disliked each other upon their meeting and they fought over Miguel the way Daniel and Johnny fought over Ali (Elisabeth Shue) in The Karate Kid. The other karate kids took turns tormenting each other all summer.

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Ultimately, Miguel was the most tragic victim of the Cobra Kai vs. Miyagi-Do war; Johnny’s desire to evolve Cobra Kai was because he promised to keep Miguel on “the right path” after Johnny saw that following Cobra Kai’s original philosophy was turning Miguel into a violent jerk. Miguel hero worships Sensei Lawrence and always takes his lessons to heart, but showing Robby mercy turned out to be his fatal mistake. For his part, Robby is a good but troubled kid who routinely succumbs to worst aspects of his father Johnny, despite Daniel’s trying to teach him Miyagi’s ways.

What Happens Next In Cobra Kai Season 3?

Daniel always saw Cobra Kai as a cult that turned good people into violent jerks, and his nightmare came true in Cobra Kai season 2. Cobra Kai is now as bad as it has ever been and it has corrupted the hearts and minds of several West Valley students. Meanwhile, after Sam and Miguel were hospitalized, Amanda flat-out told Daniel “no more karate”, forcing Daniel to close Miyagi-Do, which leaves the Valley without a counterbalance against Cobra Kai. Robby disappeared and poor Miguel is hospitalized; it’s unclear if he’ll ever walk again, much less fight. As for Johnny, he is left with nothing, and he didn’t even see the Facebook friend request from Ali Mills Schwarber, which could signal Elisabeth Shue making an appearance in Cobra Kai season 3.

However, before that fateful gang war at school began, Robby told Johnny that Miyagi-Do had done a lot for him and that “maybe you guys could learn a thing or two from each other”. With Kreese proving to be their true enemy, this is a clue that the way forward is for Johnny and Daniel to work together and combine both of their karate philosophies to combat Cobra Kai – but that’s only if they can finally stop being eternal rivals and bury the hatchet in Cobra Kai season 3 – which is easier said than done.

Next: What To Expect From Cobra Kai Season 3

Cobra Kai Seasons 1 & 2 are available to stream on YouTube Premium.

2019-04-25 08:04:06

John Orquiola

What To Expect From Cobra Kai Season 3

Warning: This article contains SPOILERS for Cobra Kai season 2.

When will Cobra Kai season 3 be released and what can fans expect? The second season of YouTube’s continuation of The Karate Kid story escalated the rivalry between Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka) and Daniel LaRusso (Ralph Macchio). In Cobra Kai season 2, Daniel opened up his own karate dojo, Miyagi-Do, to stop Cobra Kai’s influence from spreading across the San Fernando Valley.

Cobra Kai season 1 surprised fans by being a far better TV series than expected; it smartly capitalized on nostalgia for The Karate Kid movies and wove clever callbacks throughout the season, but YouTube’s series also created endearing new young characters, including Miguel (Xolo Maridueña), Johnny’s prize pupil, and Samantha (Mary Mouser), Daniel’s daughter. Meanwhile, Johnny’s estranged son Robby (Tanner Buchanan) not only became Daniel’s student, but he also came to live with Daniel and started dating Sam, forming a love triangle with Miguel, who is Sam’s ex-boyfriend. Cobra Kai season 1 concluded with Miguel winning the All-Valley Karate Championship, but Johnny was in for a nasty surprise when his old sensei John Kreese (Martin Kove) suddenly re-entered his life.

Related: Screen Rant’s Cobra Kai Season 2 Review

The conclusion of Cobra Kai season 2 saw tragedy strike both dojos and Johnny’s career as a sensei was completely upended. With the story primed to continue, here’s everything we know thus far about Cobra Kai season 3:

Cobra Kai Season 3 Release Date Info

YouTube hasn’t yet announced Cobra Kai season 3, but that doesn’t mean it won’t happen. Cobra Kai season 2 released on April 24, 2019, and the streaming service is expecting a reception equal to or even exceeding how fans of The Karate Kid went wild for season 1. In that case, a Cobra Kai season 3 renewal should happen very quickly, since YouTube announced Cobra Kai would return for season 2 just over a week after the release of season 1 in May 2018.

Once the renewal is announced, fans can likely expect Cobra Kai season 3 to premiere in the spring of 2020. Cobra Kai season 2 began shooting in September 2018 and wrapped two months later; this production schedule has proven to be successful, so a new season of Cobra Kai each spring could become a tradition fans can now look forward to.

Cobra Kai Season 3 Cast

Besides stars and executive producers Ralph Macchio and William Zabka, all of the actors of Cobra Kai season 2 are expected to return for a third season, and that includes Martin Kove as well. Along with Xolo Maridueña, Mary Mouser, Tanner Buchanan, and Jacob Bertrand as Hawk, Cobra Kai season 2 expanded the young cast of characters to build up the ranks of the Cobra Kai and Miyagi-Do dojos, which included Peyton List as Tory, who became Sam’s arch-rival.

The final shot of “No Mercy”, the Cobra Kai season 2 finale, also included a tease for the lone major character from The Karate Kid who has yet to appear on the YouTube original series: Ali Mills Schwarber. Whether or not Elisabeth Shue will reprise her role remains to be seen, but Ali has been repeatedly referenced throughout both seasons of Cobra Kai and Johnny admitted he has “never gotten over her”.

Cobra Kai Season 3 Story Details

In Cobra Kai season 2, tensions between the students of the Cobra Kai and Miyagi-Do dojos finally exploded into all-out war. The chaos was unlike anything that fans have seen in The Karate Kid movies and had devastating consequences. Daniel and Johnny both realized their epic failures as senseis; Daniel’s wife Amanda laid down the law that there would be “no more karate” in their lives. Meanwhile, Kreese betrayed Johnny and changed the course of the Cobra Kai dojo.

A clue for where the series can go next was offered by Robby to Johnny in the season 2 finale, that he and Daniel “could learn a lot from each other.” After the tragedy that struck their students and children, Cobra Kai season 3 will likely determine whether eternal rivals Johnny and Daniel can finally put their differences aside and learn to work together for a common good.

Next: Cobra Kai Season 2 Trailer

Cobra Kai seasons 1 & 2 are available to stream on YouTube Premium.

2019-04-24 02:04:07

John Orquiola

Cobra Kai Review: Karate Kid Sequel Series Continue To Defy Expectation In Season 2

The biggest surprise of YouTube Premium’s original series Cobra Kai was how successful it was in capitalizing on nostalgia for the Karate Kid without relying on it entirely. The return of original cast members Ralph Macchio and William Zabka for a half-hour TV series on a fledgling streaming service initially looked as though it was going to be a tongue-in-cheek goof on the ‘80s coming-of-age hit that launched a franchise. Instead of clowning around with crane kicks and fence-painting training montages the series took a sincere interest in the lives of Daniel LaRusso (Macchio) and Johnny Lawrence (Zabka), and how a single kick to the face appeared to have overwhelmingly influenced the next 30 years of their lives. 

But in the case of Cobra Kai, sincerity doesn’t translate to humorlessness. In fact, the show’s willingness to lean into comedy and occasionally poke fun at both Johnny and Daniel is perhaps its saving grace. The push-pull of two competing martial arts philosophies, headed up by two very different men, could have resulted in an overbearingly moralistic or cloyingly sweet message, but as the series (and creators Jon Hurwitz, Hayden Schlossberg, and Josh Heald) has demonstrated from the beginning, it’s very concerned with striking the right balance with regard to it core philosophies without resorting to schmaltz to get its point across. 

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That’s not to say Cobra Kai isn’t aware the sometimes awkward sincerity prevalent in the sports genre, and certainly the franchise from which it was spawned. There’s still plenty of that here, especially in season 2, as Daniel’s feud with Johnny has escalated considerably following Miguel Diaz’s (Xolo Maridueña) dirty win over Johnny’s son, Robby Keene (Tanner Buchanan), in the All Valley Tournament at the end of season 1. It’s now dojo vs. dojo — or Cobra Kai vs. Miyagi-Do — in an all-out war that may or may not see a bunch of kids’ futures as collateral damage. 

Through it all, though, Cobra Kai maintains a healthy sense of humor, and its secret weapon is Zabka’s performance as Johnny, a man so stuck in the past he’s living an almost Rip Van Winkle-like existence. Between his morning routine of chugging cans of Coors and eating Slim Jims, utter un-wokeness, and ongoing relationship with ‘80s rock, Johnny Law is a light snack for today’s “call out culture,” a man just waiting to be “canceled.” Though the series dangles the villain bait with regard to Johnny, it doesn’t take it. Instead, the ostensible protagonist of the series becomes a prime example of season 2’s major through-line: the question of second chances and who, if anyone, deserves one. 

To answer that, Cobra Kai brings Johnny’s old sensei John Kreese (Martin Kove) back from the dead. Instead of dying in the wake of losing the Cobra Kai dojo following the events of Karate Kid, the steely ex-solider gets a re-engineered story, one in which he re-enlisted and did some black ops work in the intervening decades. Whether there’s any truth to what Kreese tells Johnny is almost beside the point; the guy epitomizes not only the notion of second chances, but also the season’s other overarching theme of fathers (or father figures) and how their influence shapes the future of their sons. Or in the case of Johnny and Daniel, how a pair of mentors shaped the lives of their surrogate children. 

The series allows this to play out in a variety of ways, building on the dynamic between Daniel and his own children Samantha (Mary Mouser) and Anthony (Griffin Santopiero), as well as his Miyagi-like relationship with the estranged son of his sworn enemy, Robby. Similarly, Johnny’s relationship with Miguel continues to evolve, as the recently crowned All Valley Karate champ has to learn a little humility, and also that his sensei is a flawed human being who’s learning how to be a role model as he goes along. 

Of the series’ parallel storylines, the Johnny/Miguel relationship is the more engaging one, and not only because being the “bad guy” is more fun, but because Cobra Kai has positioned Johnny as the character with the most to lose and the most to gain. That might seem impossible considering where he was when the series began, but everything that Johnny has, everything that means something to him, has only come to him since the series began. And the biggest threat to what Johnny’s built isn’t Daniel LaRusso and his Miyagi-Do; it’s Kreese and Johnny’s own baser instincts. 

As the season attempts to demonstrate through the escalation of the rivalry between the two dojos and their respective sensei, bad people aren’t born, they’re made. This way of thinking is what turns Johnny Lawrence into a surprisingly and satisfyingly compelling character, one who is wrestling with the poor choices he’s made in the past, even as his current circumstances threaten to push him down a similar path. That Cobra Kai can pull that off, all while being an entertaining mix of comedy and drama in a half-hour package is another example of how the series continues to defy expectations. 

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Cobra Kai season 2 will be available to stream beginning April 24 exclusively on YouTube Premium.

2019-04-23 02:04:14

Kevin Yeoman

What To Expect From Cobra Kai Season 2

Warning: SPOILERS Below For Cobra Kai Season 1!

Cobra Kai season 2 is almost here, but when will it premiere and what can fans expect? YouTube Red’s hit series, Cobra Kai, continues the story of The Karate Kid over 30 years after Daniel LaRusso (Ralph Macchio) defeated Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka) to win the All-Valley Under 18 Karate Tournament. After the events of season 1, Cobra Kai season 2 is poised to pick up the rivalry between Daniel’s Miyagi-do dojo and Johnny’s resurgent Cobra Kai karate school.

When Cobra Kai season 1 began, Daniel was a happily married family man and owner of a successful car dealership. Meanwhile, Johnny was a broke, alcoholic “loser” who reopened the Cobra Kai dojo to make ends meet and recapture the glory of his teenage years. Despite Johnny’s boorish behavior, he attracted new karate students, including a protege named Miguel (Xolo Maridueña), who started dating Daniel’s daughter Samantha (Mary Mouser). But when Daniel saw Cobra Kai resurrected, he began using all of his resources to stop the nightmare of his high school years from coming back. It all culminated in a showdown at the All-Valley Karate Tournament where Daniel coached Johnny’s estranged son Robbie (Tanner Buchanan) against Miguel, backed by Johnny.

Related: Cobra Kai Review: The Karate Kid Sequel Series Is Kinda Great

Cobra Kai won over longtime fans of The Karate Kid thanks to the strong performances by Zabka and Macchio, smart writing with clever callbacks to the films, engaging new characters, and a few surprises. But season 1 was just the beginning – here’s what to expect from Cobra Kai season 2, which was green-lit by YouTube almost immediately after season 1 premiered.

Last updated: April 8, 2019

Cobra Kai Season 2 Premiere Date

YouTube confirmed the Cobra Kai season 2 premiere date for April 24 on YouTube Premium. Even though Cobra Kai season 2 was ordered by YouTube very early, it was impossible for the new season to premiere in 2018, but debuting in early 2019 is the next best thing. Production on Cobra Kai season 2 recently wrapped, after first getting underway on September 26, 2018, in Atlanta and Los Angeles. They even perfectly recreated the late Mr. Miyagi’s house, which will be the location of Daniel’s dojo.

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Cobra Kai Season 2 Story

When Cobra Kai season 1 ended, Johnny got his revenge on Daniel when he coached Miguel to win the All-Valley Karate Tournament. However, Johnny saw that his methods actually corrupted Miguel and his students after his protege won by beating his own son, Robbie. Instead of elation, Johnny felt even more defeated before he received an unpleasant surprise: the reappearance of his abusive old sensei John Kreese (Martin Kove, who joins Cobra Kai season 2 as a series regular). Meanwhile, Daniel rededicated himself to teaching Miyagi-style karate to counter Cobra Kai and turned the home of the late Mr. Miyagi into his new dojo, where he’s taking in new students, including Robbie and his daughter Sam.

Cobra Kai season 2 is poised to pick up right where season 1 left off: Miguel and his fellow Cobra Kai are now winners but they’re bound to become even bigger “jerks” now that Kreese is back in the picture. Daniel has to control his own worst impulses as he tries to follow in Miyagi’s footsteps as sensei. Cobra Kai season 2 will also introduce even more new characters, including Peyton List as Tory, a troubled teen new to the valley, to further complicate Johnny and Daniel’s eternal rivalry. A full-length trailer for Cobra Kai season 2 released in early April and can now be viewed above.

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Cobra Kai season 1 is available to stream on YouTube Red.

2019-04-08 07:04:13

John Orquiola

COBRA KAI Season 2 Trailer # 2 (NEW 2019) Karate Kid Series HD

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2019-04-04 16:37:15

Cobra Kai: The Season 2 Trailer Is Nostalgic, Balanced, & Action-Packed

YouTube released a trailer for Cobra Kai season 2. Based on the original Karate Kid film franchise, the dramedy web series stars Ralph Macchio and William Zabka, both of whom reprise their original roles. Last May, YouTube officially ordered Cobra Kai season 2 and released a teaser video in March 2019. 

Co-created by Hayden Schlossberg, Jon Hurwitz, and Josh Heald, Cobra Kai season 1 picks up 34 years after the narrative events of 1984’s The Karate Kid. In John G. Avildsen’s film, Macchio portrays Daniel LaRusso, a teenager martial arts enthusiast who moves from New Jersey to California. There, he’s mentored by a fictional karate master named Mr. Miyagi (Pat Morita). Elisabeth Shue stars as Daniel’s love interest, Ali Mills, while the film’s villains are Zabka’s Johnny Lawrence and Martin Kove’s John Kreese – the latter of whom runs the Cobra Kai dojo. Produced for $8 million, The Karate Kid earned $91 million at the box office, Morita received an Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actor, and the original film spawned three sequels, along with a 2010 remake starring Jackie Chan and Jaden Smith. For Cobra Kai, Will Smith is one of the executive producers.

Related: What To Expect From Cobra Kai Season 2

On YouTube, the Cobra Kai account released the season 2 trailer. From the jump, Johnny Lawrence states that “Cobra Kai is back where it belongs,” which sets the tone for the introduction of Kove’s John Kreese, the aforementioned character who appears in the first three franchise films. Before Macchio’s protagonist figure even appears in the Cobra Kai season 2 trailer, Lawrence and Kreese work out their unresolved tension with a proper battle. LaRusso then makes his way into the narrative; a character who’s portrayed as a family man, and at peace with his place in the universe. “Balance is my thing,” the Karate Kid says, which kicks off the primary action for Cobra Kai season 2’s trailer and sets the tone for the creation of Miyagi-Do. As a whole, the Cobra Kai clip touches on the past, introduces prominent female characters, and concludes with a nostalgic face-off between Lawrence and LaRusso. Check out the Cobra Kai season 2 trailer below:

In Cobra Kai’s season 2 trailer, Mary Mouser portrays LaRusso’s daughter, Samantha. Although the 22-year-old American actress has an extensive film and television resume dating back to 2004, she’s mostly known for starring in The CW’s short-lived 2008 series Life Is Wild, along with ABC media drama Body of Proof, which aired for three seasons from 2011 to 2013. In the Cobra Kai season 2 trailer, Mouser is featured alongside American actress Peyton List (Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days).

Believe it or not, Cobra Kai currently has a 100 percent Rotten Tomatoes score, a testament to its balance of nostalgia and timely storytelling. Given that the original cast members are mostly known for their involvement with The Karate Kid franchise, there’s an organic feel to the premise and introduction of new characters. Most importantly, audiences seem to fundamentally enjoy Cobra Kai. 

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2019-04-04 04:04:51

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2019-03-22 14:46:43

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