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Miyagi and reestablish Cobra Kai. Silver breaks in to Mr. Miyagi's house and finds out about his Military past by going through some newspaper clippings and after seeing Mr.
Miyagi's Medal of Honor. He's nearly discovered but he hides inside the fireplace. He introduces himself to Daniel and Mr.
Miyagi on a later day, telling them that he was sent to help John Kreese regain balance. He lies to them saying that Kreese died of a cardiac arrest, but he believes that his death was really out a broken heart and sadness at losing all of his karate students, he also blames Kreese's erratic behavior as a result of his years fighting in the Vietnam War.
Silver apologizes to both Daniel and Mr. Miyagi on behalf of Kreese. When Silver finds out that Daniel will not fight at the tournament this year, he orders Barnes and his henchmen to harass Daniel in an attempt to make him enter the tournament.
After Daniel signs up for the tournament, he turns to Silver for guidance after Miyagi refuses to train him. Silver, as part of his plan, forces Daniel to destroy a wooden dummy.
After Daniel finally destroys the dummy and injures himself at the same time, Silver tells him that he is ready for the tournament.
When Daniel and his friend, Jessica, are at a nightclub, Silver bribes a man into provoking a fight with Daniel.
Daniel punches the man and breaks his nose. Realizing that he has become a different man and has alienated himself from his friends, Daniel informs Silver that he will not fight at the tournament.
Silver reveals his true agenda and Barnes assaults Daniel. Miyagi then appears at the dojo to rescue Daniel. Silver challenges Miyagi and is thrown into the dojo's wall mirror with paint falling on him.
Unafraid by his defeat, Silver continues to taunt Miyagi and LaRusso, claiming that John Kreese's form of Karate will one day rule the valley.
Miyagi then agrees to train Daniel before leaving Silver. At the tournament, the committee organizers allow Silver to give a speech before the final match.
Silver tells the audience that he will open a chain of Cobra Kai dojos where young people can learn "honesty, compassion, and fair play. The plan appears to work until LaRusso unleashes his kata on Barnes during the sudden death round, defeating Barnes.
After the final point is scored, Silver walks away in disgust as Cobra Kai shirts are discarded around him.
As he never met Silver or Barnes before, Johnny succeeds at getting the ban lifted when he states that he doesn't know who they are.
Mike Barnes Sean Kanan is a rising martial arts star who has won numerous tournaments. He is a skilled and vicious karate fighter who got the nickname of "Karate's Bad Boy".
Unlike Johnny and Chozen, Barnes seems tougher and more skilled and experienced in karate because Daniel could not overpower him until the end of the film.
Later in the film, Barnes and his friends, Snake and Dennis, begin to bother and harass Daniel in an attempt to make him sign up for the tournament.
They later succeed by threatening to leave Daniel and his friend, Jessica, to drown at the bottom of a cliff.
Barnes also breaks Mr. Miyagi's valuable bonsai tree. When Daniel decides not to compete at the tournament, Silver reveals that he was the one who is behind Barnes and that his agenda was avenging John Kreese, who was his best friend all along.
Barnes viciously assaults Daniel until Miyagi arrives and defeats the three men. Daniel and Miyagi decide to show up for the tournament. At the tournament, Barnes reaches the final round to face Daniel.
Silver and Kreese instruct Barnes to inflict pain on Daniel and then beat him in the sudden death round. Barnes wins and loses points on Daniel nearly getting disqualified in the process , but gets defeated in sudden death.
This causes him to rage and cause Silver and Kreese to storm off, humiliated. Because of his horrible behavior, Barnes got permanently banned from entering other karate tournaments for good.
Snake Silver Jonathan Avildsen is Terry's son, as well as one of his henchmen and Mike's cronies, who helps torment Daniel.
He is known to be the "bad boy" of L. A implied by Silver. It is unknown if Snake has any martial arts skills, though he seems to have some skills when he tried to land a punch on Mr.
Miyagi, which Miyagi later countered during a second confrontation on Miyagi's bonsai shop. Snake was last seen at the tournament. He was disappointed and humiliated when Mike lost to Daniel.
He is a karate practitioner who is assigned to help Mike with his training. But Dennis is not as skilled as Mike nor Daniel, due to the fact that Daniel easily defeated him during a second confrontation on Miyagi's bonsai shop and a sparring match against Mike on the Cobra Kai dojo, in which he lost.
Dennis rarely speaks. He only has two lines throughout the entire movie. Milo Frances Bay is the negative old lady that lives in the same apartment building as Daniel.
She was seen in the first movie remarking how this place was a dump and how she was a New Jersey native like Daniel, specifically Parsippany.
Daniel exclaims that is also home to his Uncle Louie, but the only man named Louis she knew from there does not have the surname of Larusso.
She is also seen in the third film, greeting Daniel upon his return from Japan with bad news. She lost her residence alongside the Larussos as their apartment complex changed ownership.
Uncle Louie Joseph V. Perry is Daniel's uncle and Lucille's brother-in-law. Louie has his namesake son, Louie LaRusso Jr. He is Italian. Milos Jan Triska is Terry Silver's butler.
Margaret Diana Webster Terry Silver's secretary. She sees Mike Barnes when he first is introduced to Terry Silver.
After Barnes departs, Margaret tells her boss that Mike Barnes is a rude young man. Julie Pierce Hilary Swank is a troubled teenage girl who lost her parents in a car accident.
Like Daniel, she is also bullied by a gang, The Alpha Elite and their leader, Ned she becomes his target after she rejects his advances.
Miyagi is an old friend of her grandmother, and agrees to spend time mentoring Julie who has become violent and unmanageable.
At first, Julie wants nothing to do with him. Over time however, she learns to accept him as a teacher. With the skills and self-confidence that Mr.
Miyagi instills in Julie, she is able to stand up to Ned when a fight at the docks takes place while the rest of Ned's gang and Col.
Dugan watch on and comes out victorious. When Ned loses, Col. Dugan tries to get the other members of the Alpha Elite to fight her, but they all refuse, thus showing that they finally gained respect for her.
In the last scene at the docks after Miyagi and Julie rescue Eric from being beaten up anymore, Col. Dugan and Mr. Miyagi engage in a fight. Miyagi easily defeats him, and as it seems that Mr.
Miyagi will land one last fatal blow to Col. Dugan, he humorously blows on his nose and lets him drop to the ground in the same style that Mr.
Miyagi defeated Kreese at the start of the second movie where his students look down at him with disappointing looks.
Louisa Pierce Constance Towers Julie's grandmother and only known living family member. She and Mr.
Miyagi knew each other for many years since her late husband was a good friend of Miyagi during and after World War II. She was later sent to stay at Miyagi's home in Los Angeles so that he could look after and teach her granddaughter the techniques of virtue and discipline through karate and she also makes tacos for Julie's birthday.
Dugan's group to someday become accepted into the Air Force Academy. He shows infatuation when in Julie's presence, even up to occasionally teasing her at times just for her to warm up to him.
Although Julie initially disliked him on account of him being part of Col. Dugan's ruthless group , she begins to bond more with him after he watches over her hawk, Angel as a favor when she was away for training.
While he and Julie are at a school dance, he is confronted by Ned after a stunt went wrong. Ned then challenges him in front of the school, and while Eric wants to fight, Julie stops it.
Later that night while Eric is dropping Julie off at home, Ned breaks the windows of Eric's car. While Julie runs inside to get Mr.
Miyagi, Eric drives to the docks to confront Ned, however, is ambushed by Col. Dugen and the rest of Ned's gang. They all then have a hand in beating Eric, he is then saved by Miyagi and Julie as they arrive.
Abbot Arsenio "Sonny" Trinidad The Abbot is the lead monk of the monastery, as well as a kind, patient man, but one with limits. For example, when Julie tries to kill a cockroach, he leads the rest of the monks in a vow of shunning, refusing to speak with Julie; in turn, Julie learns their vow to respect all living things.
When Julie apologizes and brings him a Praying Mantis as a gift, the Abbot is grateful, calls off the shunning, and helps Miyagi train Julie. Later on, he and the monks inadvertently startle Julie while preparing to show a surprise birthday cake to her.
Once they finished singing happy birthday, the Abbot says she is allowed one wish and one gift. Julie uses her wish to ask if some of the monks could come to visit her back home which they grant, after consideration.
As for the gift, they, along with Miyagi, give a demonstration of Zen Archery. The Abbot is later seen with two other Monks approaching Julie's house, the Abbot bearing a gift to Miyagi.
When Eric comes to pick up Julie, they, along with Miyagi, play the role of overprotective parents to see if Eric wouldn't take advantage of her.
While Julie and Eric are at Prom, Miyagi at the behest of the monks takes them bowling. They inadvertently start a confrontation with the local player, but decide to settle it with a wager; the monks use their Zen abilities to win the game, which in turn wins the bet, and the player, humbled by his defeat, bows in respect.
Later on, they teach him Zen Bowling as a token of friendship. The Abbot is last seen among the monks, warning Miyagi of Ned attacking Eric and Julie after they returned home from the prom.
However, it is implied when Miyagi mentions to Julie, prior to introducing her to the monks, that they are Miyagi's old friends.
Ned Michael Cavalieri is a skilled academy student and gang leader of the Alpha Elite with bullying tendencies.
He constantly tries to flirt with Julie, only to be rejected by her multiple times. As a response to the rejections, he does whatever he can to make Julie's life miserable like getting her almost suspended from school by lying to Col.
Dugan that Julie was smoking, causing her to shove him and storm off. Later, after he sees Eric with Julie at the dance and when he sees them kiss in Eric's car, he smashes the car windows and challenges him to a fight.
After he and the other members of his gang beat up Eric, Julie and Mr. Miyagi find them and leave with Eric, only to be stopped by Ned who tries to grab Julie.
They both fight and Julie manages to defeat him. When Col. Dugan tries to force the others to fight Julie, they all refuse, as they have gained respect for her.
After Col. Dugan was defeated by Miyagi, Ned expresses his disappointment in him, saying "You said, you had all the answers, Colonel. You were wrong.
Towards the end of the film, Ned demonstrates a degree of morality that indicates he wasn't entirely a bad person.
When Dugan orders the boys to finish Eric off, Ned's expression indicates that he was shocked and reluctant to harm someone when they're incapacitated.
Also, when Colonel Dugan tells him to "put her away" before fighting Julie, Ned looks at Dugan with a shocked expression before reluctantly agreeing.
This demonstrates that while he'd be happy to beat someone up, he may have qualms about harming anyone to the point of disabling or potentially killing someone.
After witnessing Col. Dugan putting so much pressure onto Ned of severely beating Eric McGowan at the docks, he sympathizes to Ned that he doesn't have to keep going at it.
Dugan then tries to force him to fight Julie along with the other members but he also refuses to fight after Ned is defeated by her.
He is much like Cobra Kai student Bobby Brown from the original film. Dre was originally from Detroit, Michigan.
However, Dre and his mother move to Beijing, China, to start a new life after his mom gets a job transfer.
Dre's mother was thrilled about Beijing, although Dre wasn't particularly thrilled about the move. Shortly after moving to Beijing, Dre immediately fell in love with a pretty young violinist named Mei Ying.
Soon after in the movie, he kissed her as well. It was obvious that she had mutual feelings for Dre; however, a local bully and kung fu prodigy named Cheng attempted to keep them apart.
Afterward, Cheng continually tormented Dre until he was stopped by Mr. After Mr. After his victory, Dre had earned the respect of Cheng and his friends.
Like Johnny in the original movie, Cheng personally presented the trophy to Dre. He is based on Mr. Miyagi from the original films. The film follows the same storyline as the original, and several lines and actions are repeated from the original.
Unlike Miyagi, he lacks his sense of humor and lightheartedness and appears more conflicted and depressed. He is also shown to have a car in his living room and is fixing it.
However, Han is a practitioner of kung fu , and elements of his backstory differ from Miyagi's, such as the circumstances surrounding his wife's and son's death.
In this version, Han tells Dre that while they were driving in his car, he was distracted by an argument with his wife and they crashed, killing them, and he's guilt-ridden over it.
Every year, he smashes the car after fixing it on the date of their deaths and fixes it again after that to repeat the cycle, hoping to relieve his guilt somehow.
He continues to train Dre for the Kung Fu tournament. He is a bigger student attending the same school as Dre and continually harasses him throughout the film for Dre's interactions with his possible love interest, Mei Ying.
He is the top student at the Fighting Dragon studio run by Master Li, who teaches his students to treat their enemies and opponents without mercy.
He also goes as far as drastically beating him in the secluded back entrance of Dre's apartment before being stopped and defeated by Mr.
Cheng is much like Johnny Lawrence: the bully of the school, rich, well-known, the leader of his own gang of friends though Cheng's gang numbers 6, contrary to Johnny's gang of 5 , and distressing and thrashing the protagonist.
Han respect. In the alternative ending, Cheng is about to get slapped by Master Li for failing the tournament and showing respect towards Dre and Mr.
Han, but luckily, Han comes to the rescue by defeating Master Li in a match. This is similar to the opening scene in Karate Kid, Part II Miyagi rescues Johnny from John Kreese and is implied that this is how the remake of the sequel will begin, on the account that there will be a Karate Kid 2 with Jackie Chan and Jaden Smith reprising their roles, respectively.
Meiying Wenwen Han is Dre's love interest. She plays the violin , and gains admittance into the Beijing Academy of Music.
They become close while attending a local festival. She and Dre first meet after Dre and his mother move into their apartment in China.
One day at school, Dre encourages her to skip both school and violin practice for a day of fun. However, they later learn that her performance was rescheduled to later that very day, nearly causing her to be late.
Although she makes the appointment, her father deems Dre to be a bad influence and instructs them to remain apart.
Dre rehearses a written apology to Meiying's father, which Mr. Han had translated for him, in which he asks for forgiveness.
Meiying's father accepts and promises him that Meiying will be at his tournament. At the end of the film, she is seen cheering loudly, keeping her 'pinky promise' to Dre, which was for her to be the loudest fan to cheer for him when he would win the Kung Fu tournament.
Like Bobby Brown in the original film, he is more civil than the rest of Cheng's gang and the least vicious of Dre's tormenters.
Later, he injures Dre's leg during the semifinals of the tournament on Master Li's orders and deeply regrets his actions afterward. As a result of severely injuring Dre's leg, Liang gets disqualified.
In the end, Liang, along with Cheng and their friends, develops a newfound respect for Dre and Mr. Han after Dre fairly defeats Cheng in the tournament.
Sometimes, he also has pity for Dre and shows mercy. Like John Kreese, Master Li teaches his students to be ruthless and merciless towards their enemies, which includes using unsportsmanlike or illegal moves.
Han tells Dre that Master Li does not teach his students real Kung Fu , but is a "bad man teaching them very bad things". When Dre and Han arrive at the Fighting Dragon studio to make peace, the bruised Cheng tells him that Han was the one who "attacked" him.
Li attempts to coerce a fight from either Han or Dre, but Han instead arranges for Dre to fight at an upcoming Kung Fu tournament.
During the tournament, Li instructs Liang, one of his best students, to deliver an illegal strike to Dre's leg, preventing him from continuing the tournament and allowing Cheng to win the tournament by default.
Ultimately, Dre returns to the ring and ultimately defeats Cheng, much to Li's anger. In the alternate ending, Master Li seeks to slap Cheng for failing to win the tournament and showing his newfound respect for Dre and Mr.
Dre's mother then punches Li in the jaw as retribution for ordering his students to attack her son. While shopping for Pepto-Bismol for his grandmother at a strip mall in Reseda, he is attacked by a group of rich bullies led by Kyler after accidentally foiling their plans to buy beer.
The bullies nickname him " Rhea " after noticing the bottle of Pepto-Bismol and dumping it all over him. When the bullies shove Miguel on Johnny's car, Johnny attacks them before he is arrested.
Miguel becomes Johnny's first student in the new Cobra Kai dojo. Aside from learning karate, he is the dojo's housekeeper and website administrator.
Though initially reluctant and mocking towards him, Johnny quickly comes to care for Miguel, becoming a father figure to him, despite objections from his mother.
When Daniel's daughter Samantha confronts Kyler over rumors he spread about her, Miguel beats up Kyler and his clique, gaining popularity in the school and earning Johnny's gi.
Unfortunately, Cobra Kai's thuggish philosophy begins to affect Miguel's values as a series of misunderstandings with Samantha and Robby encourages him to become much more violent and ruthless, to Johnny's eventual disapproval.
He develops a relationship with new student Tory, but he still has feelings for Samantha. On the first day back in school, Miguel once again battles Robby during the school rumble between the Cobra Kai and Miyagi-Do Karate students.
He gets Robby in an arm lock but decides to let him go after learning from Johnny to show some mercy.
However, Robby retaliates by kicking Miguel, accidentally sending him falling off the second floor and severely injuring him.
While she is fully supportive of her husband's return to karate, Amanda is instrumental in moderating her husband's animosity to Johnny and encouraging at least the beginning of a reconciliation.
Furthermore, she is instrumental in encouraging Daniel to not only forgive his protege, Robby Keene, for hiding that he is Johnny's son but also become Robby's coach again during the karate tournament.
In Season 2, LaRusso Auto Group has gone into a slump, which Amanda and Daniel reverse by accomplishing a herculean task of selling ten cars in one day.
However, she is not happy when Daniel spends more time developing Miyagi-do Karate than helping her manage their dealership chain. When one of their best salesmen, an employee named Anoush, expresses his grievances, they are brushed aside by Daniel.
After Daniel blows off lunch with Anoush, he comes to an showroom to be met by no one save for Amanda, who said Anoush was headhunted away by rival car dealer Tom Cole.
When Daniel tries to reconcile by taking his wife out to a Mexican restaurant, he is surprised by see Johnny at the same place with Carmen Diaz.
Amanda defuses the situation by suggesting Carmen and Johnny should double date with them. When the rivalry of the dojos leads to a violent mass fight on the first day of school that renders Miguel in intensive care with undetermined spinal injuries and Samantha hospitalized with likely broken ribs, Amanda puts her foot down and forces Daniel to give up his intent of Cobra Kai's demise, as well as stop Miyagi-Do and karate activities.
She hangs out with the other rich, popular girls at her high school. Her relationship with her father is strained by his meddling in her potential romance with a fellow student named Kyler, but they reconcile after Samantha sees Kyler bully Miguel's friend group and subsequently ends their relationship.
When Kyler begins spreading lies about her, Samantha is briefly friendless. Miguel eventually defends her and defeats Kyler's clique in a lunchroom fight, after which he and Samantha begin dating.
Samantha really likes Miguel but hides their relationship from her parents because of her father's history with Cobra Kai. A series of assumptions and misunderstandings lead Miguel to believe that Samantha is ashamed of him and is involved with Daniel's new student Robby Keene.
During a party on a beach, Miguel attempts to pick a fight with Robby but accidentally hits Samantha instead. Samantha is upset with Miguel's behavior and breaks up with him.
After a second confrontation with Miguel at the All-Valley Tournament, Samantha returns home and resumes her own karate training.
In Season 2, Samantha blocks Miguel from social media and bonds with Robby as they continue their training in Miyagi-do Karate. She also develops a romance with Robby but continues to have some feelings for Miguel.
This leads to a heated rivalry between her and new Cobra Kai student and Miguel's new girlfriend Tory.
During a party at Moon's house, Samantha beats Tory in a drinking contest, but she ends up in a drinking binge until Robby brings her to Johnny's apartment after the police raid the party.
On the first day of school, Samantha and Tory get into a fight, which sparks a huge brawl between both Cobra Kai and Miyagi-do members all throughout the school halls.
Despite sustaining broken ribs and injuries during the fight, Samantha defeats Tory. She ends up in the hospital, hoping that Miguel is okay.
By the end of season two, she had turned He is a rather spoiled and demanding, gluttonous child who spends the majority of his time playing video games.
Anthony refuses to learn karate from his father, saying it is boring. Anthony is sent to summer camp throughout Season 2.
Carmen Diaz Vanessa Rubio is Miguel's mother and works at a hospital as an x-ray technologist. She married at age 18 but left her husband after learning the truth about his job, which showed her that he was a very bad man.
Carmen then pregnant with Miguel and her mother Rosa fled Ecuador to seek safety in America. The trio has moved frequently and was living in Riverside before moving to Reseda.
Carmen opposes violence, and it takes some convincing by Johnny for her to allow Miguel to continue with his training.
Carmen is nervous and worried about Miguel being hurt or losing during the All-Valley karate championship, but she and Rosa attend the tournament to cheer for him.
In Season 2, Johnny starts developing feelings for Carmen but discovers that she is dating a British man named Graham. One night at a bar, while having drinks with a Tinder date, Johnny overhears Graham not taking his relationship with Carmen seriously and attacks him outside the bar.
A few days later, Johnny takes Carmen out on a date at a Mexican restaurant, unaware that Daniel and Amanda are also having their date there.
As Johnny and Daniel's animosity for each other cools down, Carmen teaches Johnny how to dance.
After Miguel is severely injured by Robby in a fight, Carmen breaks up with Johnny. Rosa Rose Bianco is Miguel's grandmother and Carmen's mother.
Though she understands some English, she only speaks in Spanish throughout the series. Unlike Carmen, Rosa is supportive of Miguel's karate training.
This extends to protecting Miguel from his mother finding out that he was involved in a fight at school.
Feb 4, is Johnny's estranged year-old son. He drops out of school when he gets in trouble for drugs, after which he and his friends Kev and Trey spend their days engaged in petty theft.
Despite his original ulterior motive, Robby grows to appreciate the LaRussos' faith in him and breaks away from his miscreant friends.
Robby becomes Daniel's Miyagi-Do karate student and flourishes under this tutelage. When Daniel finds out that Johnny and Robby are father and son, he banishes Robby from his home and business.
Undaunted by this rejection, Robby enters the All-Valley Under 18 Karate Championships tournament with no affiliation and advances towards the finals, impressing Daniel.
This, combined with his wife's encouragement to forgive the boy for his previous mistakes, convinces Daniel to officially become Robby's sensei again and allow the boy to fight under the Miyagi-Do name during the final match.
Robby sustains a shoulder injury from Hawk's illegal attack during the semifinals and ultimately finishes second to Miguel, who exploited Robby's shoulder injury to win a close match.
Impressed with Robby's performance and disgusted with his students' increasingly thuggish behavior, Johnny apologizes to Robby, who politely accepts it.
Regardless of this loss, Daniel praises Robby's performance and takes him to Mr. Miyagi's old rest house to explain his plans to restart the Miyagi-Do dojo with Robby as his senior protege.
In Season 2, Robby moves in with the LaRusso family after his mother leaves with her boyfriend and is evicted from their apartment due to unpaid bills.
He and Samantha bond closely while training in Miyagi-Do Karate. After Robby takes Samantha to Johnny's apartment after getting drunk at a party, Daniel accuses Robby of following the footsteps of his father and is kicked out of their home.
With his mother in rehab, Robby is forced to live with Johnny, and the pair slowly start to reconcile. Miguel traps Robby in an arm lock but decides to let go of him and apologize.
However, Robby gets up and counterattacks, inadvertently kicking Miguel over the balcony railing, sending him crashing on a handrail of stairs and leaving him with potentially crippling or life-threatening injuries.
Realizing the enormity of what he did, Robby flees the School and is not seen since. She is shown to be rather neglectful of her son, barely noticing him effectively quitting school or his criminal behavior.
Shannon resents both Johnny's absence and his attempts to be present. She is also an alcoholic and spends most of her time at bars, hoping to find a rich man to marry her.
Her boyfriend assures that he has paid the rent and the utility bills, but Robby discovers this as a lie, as he moves to the LaRussos' home after receiving an eviction notice.
By the end of summer, Shannon shows up at the LaRussos' home, begging Robby for forgiveness for all the mistakes she has made over the years and about to seek medical attention for her drinking and pill-popping.
She also recommends that Robby seek out Johnny, as both his parents care for him. Sid Weinberg Ed Asner in eps. Cole in ep.
While Sid loved Johnny's now-deceased mother, Laura, he disliked Johnny, and was hostile to the fact that he had to support Johnny financially. Sid's outlet for this support was a relationship with Johnny-based entirely on verbal abuse, making Johnny's well-to-do life in Encino psychologically unbearable.
It was this troubled relationship with Sid that led Johnny to turn to both Cobra Kai as an alternative family, and to John Kreese, as an alternative father figure who would ultimately replicate Sid's pattern of abuse.
Because Sid promised Laura on her death-bed that he would support Johnny, he perpetually had to bail him out of trouble with the law. Finally Sid offers Johnny a check to disown him, which Johnny initially tears up, saying he would rather die homeless than accept money from his stepfather.
However, when Johnny realizes he needs funds to build his dojo, he tapes the check back together, and uses the money to rent vacant space in a Reseda strip mall.
By the middle of Season 1, when Cobra Kai becomes a successful business, Johnny returns all of the money to Sid, and vows never to return.
Laura Candace Moon is Johnny Lawrence's mother. Although she married Sid to give Johnny a comfortable lifestyle, Johnny is miserable living with his stepfather.
He was very close to his mother, who died shortly before Robby was born in Eli Moskowitz Jacob Bertrand is Demetri's friend in school.
He is a victim of cyberbullying due to his cleft lip surgery scar. Eli is initially quiet, shy, and sensitive, and he is told by doctors that he may be in the autism spectrum.
He joins Cobra Kai, where Johnny nicknames him "Lip" due to his scar, but he takes Johnny's advice of "flipping the script" and undergoes an attitude change.
Eli cuts his hair into a mohawk, gets an eagle with a mohawk tattooed on his back, developing a much more aggressive and rather antagonistic personality, and is dubbed Hawk by Johnny.
In the All Valley Under Karate Championships tournament, Hawk is disqualified for dishonorably attacking Robby from behind before the round begins in a very similar fashion to Bobby from the first film; unlike Bobby, he was unapologetic for his actions.
In season 2, Hawk is reprimanded by Johnny for his actions during the tournament. Despite this, he becomes more aggressive and forms his own gang with some of the newer students.
Hawk's friendship with Demetri crumbles after he joins Miyagi-do and posts a negative review of Cobra Kai on Yelp. Demetri is confronted by Hawk and his gang at the mall, but they are defeated by Samantha and Robby.
As a result, his girlfriend Moon breaks up with him for beating up Demetri. During a training exercise in Coyote Creek, Miguel learns of Hawk's crimes and defeats him in a match, taking the medal with him and returning it to Daniel via Robby.
During a party at Moon's house, Demetri makes an effort to reconnect but is rebuffed and humiliated when Hawk pours booze over his head.
Demetri subsequently calls out Hawk by telling everyone at the party about his former days as a nerd. Hawk loses it when Demetri brings up his sleep enuresis and leads a standoff between the rival students before the police break up the party.
On the first day of school, Hawk takes advantage of a scuffle with Tory and Samantha to incite a gang fight between the dojos. In the fracas, Hawk targets Demetri with unrelenting viciousness but is defeated by him.
Hawk openly blames Johnny for Miguel's injuries caused by Robby. Aisha Robinson Nichole Brown is Samantha's best childhood friend.
Even though Aisha comes from a wealthy family, she is left out by Yasmine's clique due to her size and intellectual personality.
Her friendship with Samantha becomes strained when the latter joins Yasmine's clique and Aisha becomes an object of ridicule in school after Yasmine posts a fat shaming video of her during the Halloween dance.
As a result, Aisha becomes the target of relentless bullying at school. In response, she attempts to enroll in the Cobra Kai dojo, but Johnny tells her that the dojo does not allow women.
Miguel, however, talks him into letting Aisha in, as the dojo needs more students and he needs the money. Johnny quickly warms to Aisha after seeing her powerful attack against Miguel, calling her a "natural Cobra.
During the party, Aisha further exacts her revenge on Yasmine by giving her a front wedgie. Later, during the quarterfinals of the All Valley Under Karate Championships tournament, Aisha is eliminated by Xander Stone but reconciles with Samantha in the process.
In Season 2, Aisha has gotten in better shape, and her parents have praised Johnny for helping her follow her father's athletic footsteps.
Aisha becomes close friends with new Cobra Kai student Tory, and is angered when Samantha accuses Tory of stealing her mother's wallet, due to lack of proof.
Since October , he has appeared in several episodes of the ABC Network television series Ugly Betty as Archie Rodriguez, a local politician, with a semi-regular role as Hilda's love interest on the show.
As of November , Macchio was ranked No. During the video Macchio reacts to seeing a poster for the Karate Kid remake. The short was lauded by TV Guide ' s Bruce Fretts, who referred to the video as "sidesplitting" and "comic gold".
He was eliminated during the semi-finals, placing fourth in the overall competition. Macchio portrays Psycho screenwriter Joseph Stefano.
In the 8th-season episode The Bro Mitzvah , Macchio is invited to Barney's bachelor party, although Barney is disappointed in the surprise, expecting actor William Zabka , the "real Karate Kid".
For the duration of the episode, the characters note the similarities between Barney and Macchio, by which Barney is disgusted.
At the end of the night, the clown hired for the party's entertainment reveals himself to be Zabka. Macchio is currently reprising his role as Daniel LaRusso in Cobra Kai , an action comedy-drama YouTube Premium series presented in an episodic storytelling format, that began in He is also a co-executive producer of the series, along with William Zabka.
This reignites his rivalry with a now-successful LaRusso, who has been struggling to maintain balance in his life without the guidance of his now-deceased mentor, Mr.
Macchio was introduced to his wife, Phyllis Fierro, by his grandmother when he was Fierro is a nurse practitioner. At a celebration of the 30th anniversary of The Karate Kid at the Japanese American National Museum in , Macchio said that the yellow Ford convertible his character Daniel receives from Miyagi in the first film is sitting in his garage.
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