John Kreese (to Johnny): I thought there was still hope for you. (starts to choke Johnny) This isn't how I wanted this to end.
(Daniel show up, kicking Kreese and saving Johnny)
Daniel LaRusso: You sent them to my house!? You came after my daughter. You wanted a fight, you son of a b*tch? You got one! (notices Robby on the floor) Robby?
John Kreese: I told you... this was inevitable. You can't keep up this "defense only" sh*t forever.
Daniel LaRusso: Good thing I don't have to.
John Kreese: Time for you and Miyagi to reunite!
(Daniel remembers what Chozen has told him...):
"If an enemy insists on war, then you take away their ability to wage it." - Chozen
(Daniel uses the pressure points to make Kreese's limb to go numb and is ready to finish him...)
Sam LaRusso: Dad! (Sam and Miguel show up)
Daniel LaRusso: You keep your Cobra Kais away from our kids!
John Kreese: It's a free country.
Johnny Lawrence: Not for you. Cobra Kai's gotta go. For good.
John Kreese: Why don't we settle this the old-fashioned way? Tournament. If we lose... I go. If you lose...
Johnny Lawrence: We won't lose.
Ali Mills: This is exactly the problem. You say one thing, you say the opposite. You both think there's only one side to the story.
Johnny Lawrence: I know. There's two.
Ali Mills: No, there's three. There's your side, and your side, and then there is the truth. And the truth is, you guys are more alike that you want to admit. Maybe you recognize parts of yourselves in each other, and maybe you don't always like what you see.
Johnny Lawrence: I guess it's possible some small part of all of this is my fault.
Daniel LaRusso: Yeah. Me too.
Ali Mills: Point Mills! Winner!
Daniel LaRusso: Well, since the match is over and we have a new champ, I guess... it's time for me to go.
Daniel LaRusso: I know it's been a while since our last class. After the fight at the school, I wasn't sure Miyagi-Do should stay open. But things have gotten worse since we shut down. That's why we're back. The only way to stop Cobra Kai is if we all work together. But always remember, the reason we learn karate is...
Johnny Lawrence: To show the world that you're not a bunch of pansy-ass nerds! We're gonna show 'em that you're tough! Because eagles don't get sh*t on. They're the ones that do the sh*tting. Just don't forget, being a badass doesn't mean being an a**hole. The goal isn't to hurt other kids. The goal is to...
John Kreese: Win at all costs. Those we thought to be our allies have turned against us. Now our enemies are attacking us from all sides. There is no turning back. Now is the time to show them...
Daniel LaRusso: Forgiveness. Compassion. Mr. Miyagi used to say if you're looking for revenge, you could start by digging two graves. He was right. If you have hate in your heart, then you've already lost. I know it's not easy, but you have to do whatever you can...
Johnny Lawrence: To beat the living crap out of 'em. Don't let 'em push you around. You gotta swoop down like an eagle, grab 'em with your claws, and sink your fangs into 'em. But I don't ever want you to start the fight. I just want you to...
John Kreese: Finish it. For good. Do I make myself clear?
Daniel LaRusso: Looks like our ducks are finally in a row. The dealership's back on its feet, Kreese is out of our lives. How shall we celebrate?
Amanda LaRusso: I was thinking maybe, like, a banner that says "I told you so."
Daniel LaRusso: Uh-huh. All right. Go ahead. Get it out of your system. Come on...
Amanda LaRusso: I don't know, babe. All I'm saying is if I was around in '84. You may not have as many stories to tell.
Daniel LaRusso: Uh-huh.
Amanda LaRusso: I beat Cobra Kai in, what? One afternoon.
Daniel LaRusso: Are you sure that was Miyagi-Do karate? Didn't seem like self-defense to me.
Chozen Toguchi: Defense takes on many forms. The Miyagi ancestors fought Japanese invaders. The only way to survive was to kill. So Miyagi instructors came up with special techniques designed to kill their enemies.
Daniel LaRusso: Mr. Miyagi never told me about any of this.
Chozen Toguchi: Maybe he thought you were not ready. Or not able.
Daniel LaRusso: Maybe he was trying to protect me. We're not living hundreds of years ago. No reason anymore to kill.
Chozen Toguchi: Sometimes you have no choice but to kill.
Daniel LaRusso: We looked at the offer in front of us, and realized there's only one choice.
Tom Cole: I want you to know that I'm gonna treat this place with the utmost respect. You can take the tiny bushes. Nobody wants to care for a tree. Oh, Faroush, you are looking at the new owner of LaRusso Van Nuys.
Amanda LaRusso: Mm. Not so fast, Tom. We made some adjustments. Look at page nine.
(There is a drawing of a middle finger on page nine...)
Tom Cole: I don't understand. Are you selling me the dealership or not?
Daniel LaRusso: When hell freezes over.
Tom Cole: Then let me give you the bad news. I signed an exclusive deal with...
Daniel LaRusso: Doyona. Yeah. We know all about that. (nods at Anoush)
Anoush Norouzi: Oh, I forgot to tell you, Daniel offered me my job back. And since he knows my name and isn't a complete douche clown, I accepted.
Daniel LaRusso (to Amanda and Louie): Mr. Miyagi told me, "Daniel-san... must follow passion. Man who work for passion always richer than man who work for money." He was right. The goal was never to be the Valley's number one auto dealer. I just wanted to give those customers that same sense of excitement I had when I got my first car. That's what I did, and that's why we were successful.
Daniel LaRusso: I got a lead on Robby. I've been trying to find him on my own. But I thought... maybe you'd like to help. Look, I don't wanna be here any more than you. But I know we both want Robby to be safe. He's out there somewhere. He doesn't have anyone to help him. The whole reason these kids got into trouble was because of us. We can't let them suffer because of our issues. The only way to end this is by working together. So... What do you say?
Member of school board: What Counselor Blatt is trying to say is no more karate. Zero tolerance from now on.
Daniel LaRusso: Wait. You don't need to turn this into some kind of karate Footloose! Karate is not the problem! When I went to school here, I was bullied, and karate saved me.
Parent: Bullsh*t! I heard you were the bully!
Robby Keene: Hey, Mr. LaRusso, it's like 100 degrees out. Can we take it easy today?
Daniel LaRusso: Are you kidding? This heatwave is a gift. Today, you are going to experience Shochu-Geiko.
Chris: Like the car insurance?
Daniel LaRusso: Shochu-Geiko is a Japanese exercise where you train during the hottest days of the year. It's about pushing yourself to your limit. The fight isn't always going to come when it's 75 degrees and breezy.
Daniel LaRusso (to Cobra Kai): Let me tell you something about your sensei. He might teach you how to fight, but he doesn't know a thing about what it takes to truly win at life. If you want to help yourselves before it's too late, the doors of Miyagi-Do? Wide open.
Johnny Lawrence: You come in here and poach my students?
Daniel LaRusso: And what are you gonna do about it? You know I'm not gonna strike first.
Johnny Lawrence: I'm gonna be a bigger man.
Daniel LaRusso: Yeah. We'll see about that.
Demetri Conners: My whole life I've been, let's just say, less than popular. But at least I had a few friends. And then Cobra Kai comes to town, and next thing I know, my friends are taking karate and becoming alpha jerks. I'm literally being threatened by my best friend. I just wanted to show I could fight back.
Daniel LaRusso: Look, I understand what you're going through. I do. But Miyagi-Do isn't about showing off. It's about...
Demetri Conners: Self-defense. I know. Problem is, my self is too weak.
Demetri Conners: Hey, Mr. L, before we begin...
Daniel LaRusso: What's...
Demetri Conners: It's a note from my mom excusing me from any extensive arm and leg movements. So, uh, if there's an alternative lesson I could do... Maybe a workbook.
Daniel LaRusso: Show me "sand the floor."
Demetri Conners: You want me to sand it again? It's pretty smooth.
Daniel LaRusso: No, no, not actually... The movement. Show me the movement. Remember? You ready?
Demetri Conners: You kicked me!
Daniel LaRusso: Why didn't you block, Demetri? You know this. This is the muscle memory.
Demetri Conners: In case you haven't noticed, I don't have muscles.