(Miguel questions Johnny about the long message he has unsent on Facebook...)
Miguel Diaz: Ali? Like, the Ali? This is huge. This is huge! This is so... But I mean, you're not gonna send that, right? You cannot send her that message.
Johnny Lawrence: Why not?
Miguel Diaz: Because it's, like, 80 pages. In all caps.
Johnny Lawrence: I have 35 years' worth of stuff to say, all right?
Miguel Diaz: OK, yeah, yeah. Yeah. But shorter messages are way cooler. Like, this just looks desperate. And a little creepy. Sending her this would be like if you... like if you liked all of her photos. Oh, no. Oh, no!
Johnny Lawrence: What the hell, man? I enjoyed the photos! And there's a button for that, why wouldn't I click it?
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.
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.
(Miguel can't reach his phone...)
Johnny Lawrence: Want the phone?
Miguel Diaz: Yes.
(Johnny pushes it futher away from Miguel...)
Johnny Lawrence: Go get it.
Miguel Diaz: I can't walk. Even with the surgery I might never be able to...
Johnny Lawrence: Quiet! "Never," "can't..." Those are just words they're meaningless. Time to get out of bed and do something. You're not a kid anymore. The world won't hand it to you. You want something, you'll have to crawl across the floor, use your damn teeth if you have to. You'll do whatever it takes. And I'll always be right here next to you. 'Cause I'll always be your teacher. Now go get it.
Miguel Diaz: Yes, Sensei.
Mr. Miyagi's letter (read by Kumiko): In life, I have always looked for signs to show me the right way. But I got lost. Until I met Daniel-san. His kind heart, strong chi, and loyalty and love for those around him is a guiding light to me. I'm very proud for the man he has become. Even though he still has a hard head. I never thought I would have a family again. Daniel-san has welcomed me into his family. And he has passed on what I teach him in Miyagi-Do to his daughter. Samantha... makes me feel like I am her tanmee. In life, we'll always lose our way. But it is people, not the signs, that guide us back to the right path. Do you like that, Yukie? I heard that in a car commercial. Love, Nariyoshi Miyagi.
Daniel LaRusso: Thank you, Mr. Miyagi.
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.
John Kreese (to Cobra Kais): Your whole life, you're told to be good. But good is only a matter of perspective. Always remember your enemies think they're doing what's right. They think they're the hero and you're the villain. But now you know the truth. There is no good. There is no bad. Only weak... or strong. And now that we've shed our weakness, it's time to show our strength. If you do that, I promise you... you will be unstoppable.
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?