Warning: SPOILERS for Cobra Kai Season 5Robbie Keane (Tanner Buchanan) gave a perfect tribute Karate fighter, part 2 – with a twist – in Cobra Kai season 5 At the beginning of season five, Robbie and his father, Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka), went to Mexico to bring home Miguel Diaz (Hola Maridueña). Miguel left the San Fernando Valley to find his birth father Johnny cheated on Robbiewith whom he had just reconciled to go with him and rescue Miguel.
Robbie always was Cobra Kai a problem child. Alienated and resentful of Johnny, Robbie becomes Daniel LaRusso’s (Ralph Macchio) first apprentice at Miyagi-Do in Cobra Kai season 1, although he lost to Miguel in the finals of the All Valley Under 18 Karate Tournament 2018. Robbie almost killed Miguel in the karate war that broke out at West Valley High at the end Cobra Kai season 2, and Keen ended up joining Cobra Kai out of anger. But in Cobra Kai season 4, Robbie realized that the snake that showed “no mercy” was not truly in his heart, and he finally reconciled with Johnny. However, Robbie’s mutual dislike of Miguel was still a major issue until it was resolved (hopefully permanently) in Cobra Kai Season 5.
While searching for Miguel in Mexico, Johnny and Robbie almost run out of funds until they stumble upon a hot pepper eating contest that is the perfect homage to the popular YouTube show Hot and Karate fighter, part 2. Robbie, fan Hotrecognized the pepper in the challenge as Red Owl to be “to burn a hole through”. But Keane was confident he could handle the heat and accepted the challenge in Johnny’s place. U Karate fighter, part 2Daniel was forced to bail to break six blocks of ice, but he accomplished the feat by using Miyagi-Do breathing techniques, which earned him a college fund. Just like Daniel-san, Robbie used the same concentration method in Miyagi-Do that Sensei LaRusso taught him and ate the Red Owl to win the pot of money. But Robbie later admitted that he replaced the pepper with a snack he bought at a coffee shop, so he cheated like Cobra Kai would.
Cobra Kai Robbie season 5 finally fixed
It’s been 5 seasons, but Cobra Kai finally gave Robbie the attitude adjustment he’s been needing since the show started. Robbie no longer resents Johnny (except when his father lies to him) and now lives with his father. Best of all, Robbie and Miguel also buried the hatchet and finally put an end to their rivalry. Of course, the last fight in the yard was needed Johnny and Miguelin the courtyard of the apartment for Diaz and Keen to settle their differences, but Robbie finally apologizes to Miguel for putting him in the hospital Cobra Kai season 2 For his part, Miguel, a good boy who never practiced karate to hurt people, accepted Robbie’s apology. Seeing Robbie and Miguel as friends is one of the highlights of the second half Cobra Kai season 5. Robbie also tries to convince Tori Nichols (Peyton List) and Kenny Payne (Dallas Dupree Young) to leave Cobra Kai.
Robbie imitates Daniel Karate fighter, part 2 to win it Hot challenge in Mexico (by cheating), Robbie reveals that he is a complete mix of Cobra Kai and Miyagi-Do. next, Cobra Kai Season 5 is loaded with links to LaRusso’s summer of 1985 in Okinawa. The most significant of course is Chozen Toguchi (Yuji Okumoto), who might be the best character in Cobra Kai season 5. There are many jokes about Daniel and Chozen’s climax “fight to the death” Art The Karate Kid, Part II, and Chozen also confesses that he secretly loves Kumiko (Tamlin Tomita). Robbie’s tribute helped start it Karate fighter, part 2 links, and after that it was open season for jokes and callbacks to Daniel, Chozen, and Okinawa in Cobra Kai Season 5.
Cobra Kai Season 5 is available to stream on Netflix.