Worst & Best Cobra Kai Episodes





Title: Cobra Kai
Genre: Action Drama
Series: 3
Episodes: 30
First Transmission: 2018-

A middle-aged Daniel LaRusso and Johnny Lawrence find themselves martial-arts rivals again after their 1984 All Valley Karate Tournament fight.

 

Episode Rankings

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Notes

*The Standard Deviation (SD) of the ratings is a measure of how much spread there is in the numbers. The median represents the middle value of the ratings

The top-rated episode differs from the mean-rated episode by 2.41 standard deviations.

The bottom-rated episode differs from the mean-rated episode by 1.62 standard deviations.

 

Best Episode #30

December 19 (2021) – A country club Christmas party starts to heal some old wounds, but a brutal assault by Kreese’s students provokes some new dynamics.

2nd Best Episode #20

No Mercy (2019) – One student is left fighting for their life after tensions between the two dojos.

3rd Best Episode #25

Miyagi-Do (2021) – Okinawa: Daniel spends time with an old friend who has much to teach him. The dojos’ rivalry comes to a head.

4th Best Episode #10

Mercy (2018) – The 2018 All Valley Karate Tournament has come and Cobra Kai is determined to win.

5th Best Episode #9

Different but Same (2018) – Louie’s actions force Johnny and Daniel to go down memory lane. Cobra Kai students plot revenge against the popular kids.

Worst Episode #23

Now You’re Gonna Pay (2021) – Daniel has a loss in sales after his public image is damaged. Johnny tries to raise some money for Miguel’s surgery.

 

 

Full Episode List

Key:-Blue episodes rated above par. Brown episodes rated below par.

#1 Ace Degenerate (2018)
#2 Strike First (2018)
#3 Esqueleto (2018)
#4 Cobra Kai Never Dies (2018)
#5 Counterbalance (2018)
#6 Quiver (2018)
#7 All Valley (2018)
#8 Molting (2018)
#9 Different but Same (2018)
#10 Mercy (2018)
#11 Mercy Part II (2019)
#12 Back in Black (2019)
#13 Fire and Ice (2019)

It’s Christmastime in the Valley, and romance is in the air. Daniel and Miguel find unexpected common ground, and the Cobra Kai recruits go on a mission.
#14 The Moment of Truth (2019)
#15 All In (2019)
#16 Take a Right (2019)
#17 Lull (2019)
#18 Glory of Love (2019)
#19 Pulpo (2019)
#20 No Mercy (2019)
#21 Aftermath (2021)
#22 Nature vs. Nurture (2021)
#23 Now You’re Gonna Pay (2021)
#24 The Right Path (2021)
#25 Miyagi-Do (2021)
#26 King Cobra (2021)
#27 Obstaculos (2021)
#28 The Good, The Bad, and the Badass (2021)
#29 Feel the Night (2021)
#30 December 19 (2021)

Comments

This is a great throw-back to the old Karate films. It acknowledges the flaws of morality in the movie that Daniel is actually the instigatoran gives us enough nostalgia to remember the awesomeness that was Karate Kid. I think the storyline mixes the old vs the new very well in many aspects and although you expect it to go wrong at every turn… it never does.

I can’t wait for the second season. The only problem: who am I rooting for again?

 

It was quite the journey! The nostalgic fan service was simply stellar, really really how such things should be done. Don’t know what someone who hasn’t watched the originals may get out of this, but also, who cares? Cobra Kai! Cobra Kai!

This Karate Kid sequel series picks up 30 years after the events of the 1984 All Valley Karate Tournament and finds Johnny Lawrence on the hunt for redemption by reopening the infamous Cobra Kai karate dojo. This reignites his old rivalry with the successful Daniel LaRusso, who has been working to maintain the balance in his life without mentor Mr. Miyagi.
t acknowledges the flaws of morality in the movie that Daniel is actually the instigatoran gives us enough nostalgia to remember the awesomeness that was Karate Kid. I think the storyline mixes the old vs the new very well in many aspects and although you expect it to go wrong at every turn… it never does.
A middle-aged Daniel LaRusso and Johnny Lawrence find themselves martial-arts rivals again after their 1984 All Valley Karate Tournament fight.