Robby Keene: You're wasting your time, old man. The last thing I need is another sensei.
John Kreese: Fair enough. I don't think there's much I could teach you now anyway. Except maybe this... all that Miyagi-Do mumbo jumbo... that might score you points in a tournament. But now you're in the real world, kid... You might wanna learn to strike first.
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.
Robby Keene: I'm sorry I lied to you, Mr. LaRusso. I just wanted to get back at him.
Daniel LaRusso: I know. But you're never gonna find balance that way. You can't let that bad blood change who you are. I'm not saying you need to like the guy. I know I never will, but... he--he is your father. And believe me, you're lucky to have one. You just got to try to remember, he's--he's not a monster. He's just a guy with a lot of demons. Mr. Miyagi always told me there's no such thing as a bad student, only a bad teacher. And your dad had the worst teacher there ever was. It sent him down a wrong path. But you don't have to go down that path. Do you understand? You don't have to ever become... him. Trust me. You let go of all that anger, and I guarantee you, no matter what happens tonight, you go home feeling great.
(Daniel and Robby are training in the forest...)
Daniel LaRusso: How'd you do on the tree?
Robby Keene: I did all the moves without falling.
Daniel LaRusso: Good. Now that you've mastered that, you're ready for the next challenge.
Robby Keene: What's that?
Daniel LaRusso: Finding the car. This place is like a maze.
(Daniel has taken Robby to train in the forest...)
Daniel LaRusso: You let me know when you can do all the kicks without falling.
Robby Keene: Where are you going?
Daniel LaRusso (with a phone in his hands): The Devils are playing the Islanders on the East Coast. I'm gonna move to a spot with better service.
Robby Keene: What happened to no distractions?
Daniel LaRusso: Hockey doesn't count!