They all do karate and Jack joins Jerry, Eddie, and Milton at lunch, and soon are picked on by red belts in the Black Dragon Dojo and Jack tries to settle things and gets in a fight with kids from the rival dojo, the Black Dragons, that at the time, Kim was a member of the Black Dragons. Rudy lies to Jack and says he will go to juvie if he does not join and helps them get 2 belts, the dojo will close down. Later Rudy let his secret slip and Jack quits until he hears the disappointment of his friends.
Jack joins to help them win the tournament. Jack does a Bobby Wasabi move to win the tournament and keep the dojo running. Frank Pacheco as Huge Guy and Walten Pridgen as Man 2 June 14 Fat Chance After Milton almost falls trying to place his spelling bee trophy next to Jack's Gymnastics trophy, he is caught by one of the janitors, who the kids eventually find out is a former sumo wrestler.
After getting him fired because Milton asked to see his victory dance, the kids decide to help get him back into wrestling by inadvertently having him wrestle the guy who cost him his title. Meanwhile, Rudy fights with Lonnie from Reptile World for a storage space in the basement of the mall, after the closing of a magic store.
Lonnie gets the space but later gets crushed by Nakamura. Americus Abesamis as Yamazaki and Paul Tigue as Principal Burke 3 June 15 Dummy Dancing Truman, a bratty kid whose dad controls the mall's security, captures a video of Eddie practicing for the school dance with a punching dummy and uses it as blackmail.
In order to protect Eddie from online embarrassment, the crew bands together and uses Jack's martial arts skills and Jerry's dog communication skills to sneak into Truman's dad's office and obtain the evidence. Meanwhile, Lonnie's pet iguana eats Rudy's prized grain of rice that has the wasabi code engrave on.
They try to trick the iguana to think the season is changing because it goes once a year and it already went. Rudy and Lonnie regains the grain of rice but is eaten again by the iguana. Reed Alexander as Truman Guest stars:: Clinton Jackson as Mr. But Arthur rubs everyone the wrong way, and after an altercation with Jack, Arthur's dad forces Rudy to kick Jack out of the dojo or he will bring in a wrecking ball and turn the dojo into a parking lot.
Rudy proves his loyalty to Jack and the gang by chaining himself inside the dojo. Turner brings the wrecking ball to scare them away. The gang does not leave, though, and they get to keep the dojo because Arthur gets in trouble by his dad. Kim tries to get better stories to document on the news team.
But after thinking of all the things Milton has done for them, they decide to join him and show up just in time to help him beat the Dark Knights and win the game. Meanwhile, Jerry tries to impress Kelsey Vargas but keeps lying to her. When Kim reveals her gift to Rudy, an autographed picture of Bobby Wasabi, Jack one-ups her and recruits the former international movie star Bobby Wasabi to make a surprise visit.
Unfortunately, Rudy doesn't recognize his hero and is fired from his job after he accidentally flips Bobby and is fired. Rudy decides to get a job at Reptile World. Jack and the gang visit Bobby's mansion to convince Bobby to rehire their sensei. Jack and Kim are paired up with each other and Jerry, Eddie, and Milton are a group. Jack and Kim the others were watching defeat the ninjas and get Rudy's job back.
In the end, they didn't get first place but they get the best individual move. Tristin Mays as Vanessa and Jack Griffo as Benny 8 July 18, Ricky Weaver Kim is ecstatic when teen pop sensation Ricky Weaver shows up at the dojo to ask her to dance with him on stage at his upcoming concert. Kim eventually realizes what a jerk Ricky is and apologizes to Jack. In the end, Jack asks Kim if she wants to go out to eat and she says yes.
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Meanwhile, Kim and Milton turn the mall courtyard into a beach and start charging for chairs and sunblock because Kim needs to pay for her texts. Source "Fear is normal. In the alley, when my parents were killed I just stood there.
There's nothing wrong with being afraid. Once you realize it's normal, then you can put it in its place. Then, you can act After his parents were murdered by a masked gunmanBruce began to question the inner workings of Gotham and along with his allies sought to uncover the corruption destroying Gotham and get to the reason behind his parents' murder.
Leading to him wishing to become Gotham's protector. Bruce's parents celebrated his second birthday. Bruce and his family went camping in a forest.
He and his father climbed a tree and ate oranges, while his mother sang to herself while building a fire. Bruce and his father had a yearly tradition of taking a hike and watching the sunrise in the morning.
Whenever he gets sick, his mother would stay with him and read to him until he fell asleep. On his seventh birthday, about fifty kids came over to celebrate, but Bruce was off outside on his own, obsessed with the bright recd wagon that his father gave him as a present. When he was seven years old, he rowed his boat in a middle of a storm and it greatly frightened his father and Alfred.
When he came back, his father cried tears of joy and hugged him. Death of his parents ""Fear Doesn't need conquering. Fear tells you where the edge is. Fear is a good thing. After leaving from a popular musical Bruce and his parents were mugged by a disguised, armed man. Although both Thomas and Martha gave the mugger what he wanted without any trouble, the mugger killed both of them in front of Bruce before running off.
Bruce was left screaming over his parent's lifeless bodies. When police arrived on the scene, Bruce was comforted by Detective Jim Gordonwho promised to find the killer.
Bruce was then taken home by his family's butler, Alfred Pennyworth. Gordon and his partner Harvey Bullock were able to kill the man that supposedly murdered the Waynes, and Bruce thanked Gordon when they met again at his parents' funeral. Later, Gordon arrived at Wayne Manor and confessed to Bruce that the man everyone had thought murdered his parents been framed, but asked that he stay quiet about it so that he could find the real killer.
Bruce agreed to this as he was glad his parent's killer was still alive, as he wanted to see him again. He was caught by Alfred Pennyworth while doing so and attempted to hide his hand behind his back before showing Alfred, and being harshly yelled at.
Bruce was then comforted by Alfred after the butler realized his mistake of yelling at him. He later arrived in the middle of a conversation between Detective Gordon and Alfred, as the butler had summoned him to the Manor in an attempt to convince him to talk some sense into Bruce, who hadn't been sleeping, and was imposing physical harm upon himself. After Gordon suggested he talk to someone to help him cope with his parent's death, Bruce refused, asking the detective whether talking to someone helped him deal with the horrible things he had seen during the war he had served in.
Though Gordon attempted to lie, Bruce knew otherwise, calling him a "terrible liar". Ending the conversation, Bruce offered to give money to the homeless children of Gotham, who had been kidnapped and later rescued by Gordon and Bullock.
Detective Gordon however, explained that wasn't how it worked, and that they needed someone who cared about them like Alfred did for Bruce. Still wanting to help, Bruce offered to buy them all new clothes, as they looked "awfully ragged". After beating the butler, as he had repeatedly told him to stop, Bruce accidentally knocked over the police files of his parent's deaths.
They were discovered by Alfred when he picked them up off the floor and questioned Bruce as to why he would want to look at them, as they were horrible and would give him nightmares. Bruce explained he was searching for clues within the files, attempting to find anything that could deduce the identity of his parent's killers.
He was later berated by Alfred for refusing to eat anything, though he later ate while watching the news about the recent capture of the vigilante known as The Balloonman. He sought to help Gordon intending not to let his parents' dreams die with them, as they had fought for years to get a new Asylum opened.
He later awakened from a nightmare of his parents' murder and continued to look through files pertaining to the Arkham Plant, hoping to find a connection between the recent murders of the councilmen and his parents' death. Bruce requested that Alfred gave him any other files related to it. Bruce later watched the news in horror as Mayor James announced what would be done with the Arkham Plant. The Arkham Asylum would be reopened like his parents had hoped, but the Plant had been secretly split between Maroni and Falcone to Bruce's dismay.
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This led Bruce to believe that everything his parents had worked for was falling into the hands of criminals, before being reminded by Gordon, that he was still alive and that it wasn't too late for everything to be fixed. He later agreed to go to the Wayne Enterprises charitable ball intending to question the board members about Arkham Asylumafter deducing from several files pertaining to the project that the company most likely gave Falcone and Maroni their shares in the Arkham Project.
He later met with Molly Mathis of Wayne Enterprises' Middle Management, about the several irregularities he found within the Arkham deal. Soon after, former biochemist Stan Potolsky revealed to the attendants of the ball that he had created the drug Viper for WellZynwhich was a subsidiary of Wayne Enterprises.
Despite Mathis telling him otherwise, Bruce later discovered she was the onsite liaison between the two companies, leading him to believe otherwise.
As Bruce was under the mindset that there was still work to be done with his investigations of Wayne Enterprises and the murderer of his parents, he also noted that there was no one to take him from, furthering his reasoning for staying. It was explained by Gordon that he didn't know whether he'd be able to keep his promise of finding Bruce's parents killer as he had promised. Bruce got frustrated towards Gordon when he attempted to treat him like a child by not being specific about what he had done, and why he expected to die.
He was then guaranteed by Detective Gordon that he could trust Allen and Montoya if anything happened to him, though he would try to work it out. Bruce embraced Gordon before he left. Later, while reading a book outside of the school, Bruce was approached and greeted by Tommy Elliot who questioned him about his parent's death, asking several questions, which promoted Bruce to leave for class.
While walking attempting to leave the school, walking on a stairwell, Bruce was once more taunted by Tommy, who purposely got Bruce's name wrong, though Bruce corrected him. After mentioning Bruce's deceased mother, Bruce slapped Tommy, getting beat up by the latter because of this. Alfred asked Bruce what had happened when he came outside, to which Bruce explained the situation.
Taking Bruce to Tommy Elliot's house for revenge, Alfred also gave him his father's watch to use as a knuckle duster. Knocking on Elliot's door, Bruce told him that the two of them had unfinished business, proceeding to beat him, until being stopped by Alfred. Bruce then left with Alfred, selecting pizza for dinner for the night. Later on at Wayne Manor, Bruce asked Alfred whether he could teach him to fight, which Alfred told him that he could.
He was asked by Gordon whether or not he recognized the man, which Bruce didn't. Afterward, Bruce agreed to let Kyle stay at Wayne Manor, despite Alfred's protests, as she needed a safe place to stay, and was their best shot at finding out who had killed Bruce's parents. Bruce later offended Selina by asking her about her parents, catching her later attempting to leave through the window, apologizing if making her talk about her family upset her.
Afterward, Bruce was asked whether he had ever kissed a girl and whether he wanted to. Struggling to find an answer, Bruce was retrieved by Alfred, as it was time for his studies.
Bruce later continued his training, trying to develop self-discipline and willpower, but was told by Selina that it wouldn't work, as on the streets of Gotham, one needed to be mean and ruthless, which Bruce wasn't.
The two later had a food fight, after Selina threw a donut at Bruce, telling him that if he could hit her with a piece of food, she'd let him kiss her.
Leaving the manor, Bruce followed Selina into Gotham City, the latter who had convinced him that assassin was there for him and not her. In the city, Bruce made his way to a payphone, and while attempting to call Alfred, he was forced to flee after Selina, who revealed that the assassin was there to kill her, and not him, and she had only told him so, so that the two could hang out a while longer.
After having made his way to a rooftop following Kyle, Bruce had to jump over to another roof, almost falling, though he was saved by Selina. Proving that he had earned the right to hang out with her, Bruce was taken to the Fleaa mall of sorts for street kids, there getting a change of clothes, and encountering Ivy Pepper before leaving to The Factory with Selina.
At the factory, Bruce witnessed as Selina attempted to sell several items she had stolen from his home, to her fence, Clydethough after he offered prices that were extremely lower than what the items were actually worth, the two attempted to leave. However, the two were prevented from doing so by Clyde, who threatened to poke Bruce's eyes out, if Selina didn't cooperate with him. Being locked into a room with Selina, the two later escaped after Selina knocked out one of Larissa Diaz 's men who had come in.
Afterward, Bruce distracted Diaz long enough for Selina to make her escape, though after being caught the assassin he was warned not to mistake bravery for common sense.
Bruce was then discovered by Alfred, and the two embraced. Bruce was later visited by Selina at Wayne Manor, who wanted to properly say goodbye, also returning the items she had stolen from the residence, all except one. He was then kissed by Kyle, who left, and when Alfred came in the room questioning as to who he'd been talking to, Bruce lied telling him that he had been thinking out loud. Getting out of the car, Bruce pleaded with Alfred to allow him to circle around the block once, and then they would go home.
While on the street, Bruce once more encountered Ivy Pepper, who he asked to pass along the message to Selina that he was looking for her, though Pepper only agreed after Bruce had Alfred give her twenty bucks. While playing chess by himself at Wayne Manor, he was interrupted by Selina who had arrived there after receiving his message.
Giving her a snow globe that was reminiscent of the town him and Alfred had stayed in, Bruce followed by attempting to let Selina live at the Manor, in exchange for Kyle helping him find the man who killed his parents, though Bruce was told by Kyle that she hadn't seen his parents' killers, and had only said that to get out of juvie. He was later discovered by Alfred in tears, and after a pep talk of sorts from the latter, Bruce was determined to find other leads.
Though Gordon persisted that it didn't put them back at square one, Bruce released Gordon from his promise of finding his parent's killer, as he'd pursue the matter on his own. After angrily walking down the hill from his campsite, Bruce fell and sprained his ankle. Struggling to get back up the campsite, when he finally did, he discovered Alfred, who had been there for over an hour. After being helped up by Alfred, the two stayed the night, with Bruce watching the sunrise like he did with his father.
Though Alfred was hesitant about him going, Bruce reiterated that he had made up his mind about the situation.
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During his meeting with the board, Bruce questioned the directors about underworld involvement in the Arkham project, and chemical warfare manufacturing within WellZyn.
Though the board of directors said they would look into them, one of the members mentioned to Bruce that he hadn't brought up any points with actual proof behind them, prompting Bruce to tell them that he hadn't told them all that he knew and that he hoped that they did look into the issues, as he'd bring them up at the next shareholders meeting, with possible legal action.
Coming into the manner after training, Bruce ran into Reggie and the two sparred, though Alfred put a stop to it.
Bruce later brought up a bottle of wine and listened to the two tell stories. He seemingly excused himself to bed when Reggie stepped out of line, taunting Alfred, but waited outside of the door, listening to the rest of their conversation.
Later that night, Bruce discovered Alfred bleeding in his father's study, after having been stabbed by Reggie, immediately trying to stop the loss of blood, and calling for help.
When they were questioned as to who had stabbed Alfred, Bruce initially was going to reveal Reggie's identity to Gordon, though he followed Alfred's lead, when the butler interrupted him, with Alfred later telling him that he was going to track down Reggie himself, though Bruce ordered him back to bed.
Later, Bruce was visited by Selina Kyle who he revealed to his suspicion that Reggie had been sent to spy on him and Alfred by Wayne Enterprises, and that he planned on tracking down Reggie, as he could find out who specifically sent him, from the latter. Though Selina offered to help, Bruce rejected her offer on the account of not wanting anyone else to get hurt because of him.
Putting together that Alfred wanted to go after the man himself, Bruce was warned by Gordon to stay out of it, as it wasn't his fight. He later visited every gun range in search of Reggie, after learning from Alfred that, that was where he was most likely to be.
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After searching to no avail, Bruce went to Selina for assistance, with the two finding him at a shooting gallery. There, Bruce questioned Reggie as to who had sent him, with Selina threatening to drop Reggie's "medicine" out of the window if he didn't tell them. After threading to tell Bunderslaw that Bruce was onto him, Bruce witnessed Selina push Reggie out of the window to his death, when the latter attempted to grab his bag from the windowsill.
Deciding to attend the Wayne Enterprises charity ball with Selina, Bruce was able to get her close enough to Bunderslaw so that she could steal his key. As everyone exited the building, Bruce made his way into Bunderslaw's office, finding his safe and unlocking it, though there was nothing in it. Afterward, he was confronted by Bunderslaw himself, who had been expecting him.
Bruce's suspicions were confirmed by Bunderslaw, who also revealed that Bruce's father and grandfather had also known about the illegal activities going on in Wayne Enterprises, and originally came in with his secret files demanding justice, though he came to understand the reality of the business world.
Though Bruce argued against this, Bunderslaw begged him to reconsider, as he had an opportunity to the blessed life his parents had wanted for him. The pair's conversation was interrupted by Lucius Foxwho came in looking for Bruce, as a public relations person was frantically searching for him.
Before leaving Wayne Enterprise, Bruce was told by Lucius that his father was a true stoic, who kept his best self-hidden and that he wasn't the man the company thought he was. He later revealed this, and the circumstances of Reggie's death to Alfred at Wayne Manor. In the midst of giving up, Bruce remembered Lucius Fox had called his father a stoic, bringing Marcus Aurelius to mind, a Roman Emperor who was also a stoic.