The Netflix-Serie “Cobra Kai“also inspires viewers and fans with season 3: Underdogs become winners, old animosities are entertaining and besides all the karate action and eighties retro nostalgia, the senses hit Johnny (William Zabka) and Daniel (Ralph Macchio) as well as the rest Figures regularly give out the best sayings! From totally “bad-ass” to really inspiring, everything is included …
Netzwelt lists the 8 most brilliant lines of dialogue and one-liners from the 3rd season of “Cobra Kai”. Here comes the top 8!
1: “When you do good, good comes back to you.”
(OV: “Put good into the world and good will come back to you.”)
“Karate Kid II” returnin Kumiko (Tamlyn Tomita) delivers the perfect definition of karma in the 5th episode of “Cobra Kai” season 3. But Kumiko not only speaks these inspiring words, it also proves their truthfulness.
The little girl, whose life Daniel once saved in “Karate Kid II”, works for t he Japanese car maker Doyona in the series’ presence – and returns the favor to Daniel for the rescue by saving his car dealership!
2: “But now you’re living in the real world. Maybe you should learn to strike first.”
(OV: “Now you’re in the real world, kid. You might want to learn to strike first.”)
“Karate Kid” and “Cobra Kai” villain John Kreese (Martin Kove) hasn’t changed a bit in over 30 years. When he visits Johnny’s son Robby (Tanner Buchanan) in juvenile prison, he gives him the above “wisdom” – the infamous mantra of Cobra Kai.
John Kreese is simply a masterful manipulator, and he is also able to take Robby under his wing.
3: “You don’t have to be an asshole to be tough.”
(OV: “Being a badass doesn’t mean being an asshole.”)
“Eagle Fang” -Sensei Johnny Lawrence gives his new, old students in the 8th episode of “Cobra Kai” Season 3 the above wise words and makes an important distinction …
Of course, the youthful karate fights should defend themselves in an emergency and win in a tournament. But to be truly “tough” you don’t have to mutate into either a bully or an asshole – something bad guy John Kreese unfortunately teaches his students at the Cobra Kai Dojo.
4: “I hope the juice is okay. It shouldn’t have expired.”
(OV: “Hope the juice is good. I don’t think it’s expired yet.”)
Miguel’s mother Carmen (Vanessa Rubio) has clearly done it to Sensei Johnny Lawrence. However, Johnny doesn’t keep his tiny booth particularly clean and prefers to drink beer.
When Carmen surprisingly visits Johnny at home, Johnny can at least conjure up a “probably not yet expired” juice from his notoriously empty refrigerator – and even makes Carmen smile with the above saying.
|Rate Cobra Kai|
|Genre||Drama, Action & Adventure|
|First broadcast in Germany||
|Networks||Netflix, YouTube Red|
Sony Pictures Television, Hurwitz & Schlossberg Productions, Overbrook Entertainment, Overbrook Entertainment
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