List of Kickin' It episodes

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The following is a list of episodes in the Disney XD Original Series Kickin' It. Bobby Wasabi Martial Arts Academy is known as the worst dojo in the under-performing nationwide Bobby Wasabi chain. To improve the dojo's image the local Bobby Wasabi Crew and their sensei Rudy enlist new kid Jack as a member and to teach them about life, karate and friendship. The series ended on March 25, 2015.[1] Alex Christian Jones left the cast after Season 2, and Olivia Holt left the main cast after Season 3, but guest stars in three episodes as Kim in Season 4.

Series overview[edit]

Season Episodes Originally aired (U.S. dates)
First aired Last aired
1 21 June 13, 2011 March 26, 2012
2 23 April 2, 2012 December 3, 2012
3 22 April 1, 2013 January 27, 2014
4 18 February 17, 2014[2] March 25, 2015 (2015-03-25)[1]

Episode list[edit]

Season 1 (2011–12)[edit]

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U.S. viewers
(in millions)
1 1 "Wasabi Warriors" Eric Dean Seaton Jim O'Doherty June 13, 2011 (2011-06-13) 101 0.87[4]

In Seaford High School, the new kid Jack (Leo Howard) meets three boys, Jerry, Eddie, and Milton. 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. Jerry, Eddie, and Milton learn from their sensei, Rudy (Jason Earles), that the Bobby Wasabi Martial Arts Academy is in danger of closing. So Jerry, Eddie and Milton convince Rudy to get Jack to join after he crashes through the wall. 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. Kim competes against Jack, but after the Sensei for the Black Dragon cheats, Kim quits and does not fight Jack. Jack does a Bobby Wasabi move to win the tournament and keep the dojo running. Also in this episode, Kim from the Black Dragons changes to Bobby Wasabi`s dojo.

Guest stars: Loni Love as Marge, Wayne Dalglish as Frank, Ian Reed Kelser as Sensei Ty, Bryne Offutt as Milton's Dad, Chris Coppola as Officer Bloat, and Steve Terada as the Black Dragon with nunchucks, who was uncredited

Co-stars: Frank Pacheco as Huge Guy and Walten Pridgen as Man
2 2 "Fat Chance" Eric Dean Seaton Dan O'Keefe June 14, 2011 (2011-06-14) 105[5] 0.75[6]

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.

Guest stars: Peter Oldring as Lonnie and Peter "Navy" Tuiasosopo as Yoshi Nakamura

Co-stars: Americus Abesamis as Yamazaki and Paul Tigue as Principal Burke
3 3 "Dummy Dancing" Sean McNamara Byron Kavanaugh June 15, 2011 (2011-06-15) 107[5] 0.73[7]

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 regain the grain of rice but is eaten again by the iguana.

Guest star: Reed Alexander as Truman, Peter Oldring as Lonnie and Brooke Dillman as Joan

Co-stars: Clinton Jackson as Mr. Squires and Chelsey Bryson as Heather
4 4 "Dojo Day Afternoon" Eric Dean Seaton Jim O'Doherty June 16, 2011 (2011-06-16) 103[5] 0.68[8]

Arthur, the obnoxious son of the new mall owner, joins the Bobby Wasabi dojo, and Rudy bends over backwards to please the owner. 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. Mr. 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.

Guest stars: Sterling Beaumon as Arthur, Noelani Bailey as Margaret and Jerry Kernion as Mr. Turner

Co-stars: Jesse Daly as Crowd Member and Yumi Iwama as Mrs. Deguzman
5 5 "Swords and Magic" Eric Dean Seaton Eric Goldberg & Pete Tibbals June 20, 2011 (2011-06-20) 102[5] 1.22[9]

Milton prepares for a live-action role-playing battle (L.A.R.P.) but his friends don't want to participate because they think it's uncool (except for Rudy who thinks it sounds like fun). 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.

Guest star: Harrison Boxley as Sidney (credited as "Dark Knight King")

Co-stars: Sydney Sweeney as Kelsey Vargas and Cody Shriner as Dark Knight Wizard
6 6 "Road to Wasabi" Sean McNamara Marc Warren June 27, 2011 (2011-06-27) 104[5] 0.88[10]

Rudy throws himself a birthday party, and an unprepared Jack scrambles for a gift. 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.

Guest stars: Peter Oldring as Lonnie and Joel McCrary as Bobby Wasabi
7 7 "All the Wrong Moves" Shelley Jensen Marc Warren July 11, 2011 (2011-07-11) 110[5] 0.70[11]

Jerry signs the gang up for the “Hottest Dance Crew Competition” at the mall, but quickly learns they can’t dance. Smooth (Roshon Fegan), the Step Brotherz, offers Jerry a spot on his crew and he eagerly joins. But when Smooth steals Jerry’s signature dance move for the competition, Jerry realizes he betrayed his friends. In the end, they didn't get first place but they get the best individual move. Meanwhile, Rudy and Marge host an infomercial for Pocket Ninja but Rudy messes up.

Special guest star: Roshon Fegan as Dan "Smooth" Brennan
Guest stars: Loni Love as Marge and Brooke Dillman as Joan

Co-stars: Tristin Mays as Vanessa and Jack Griffo as Benny
8 8 "Ricky Weaver" Shelley Jensen Dan O'Keefe July 18, 2011 (2011-07-18) 108[5] 1.13[12]

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. But after Ricky tells Jack that he makes a move on a girl then dump her at every concert, Jack tries to warn Kim about Ricky’s intentions. 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. Meanwhile, Rudy and the rest of the gang form a boy band called the “Black Belt Boys” and try to open for Ricky Weaver to get girls to like them.

Guest star:: Austin North as Ricky Weaver

Co-stars: Dan Ahdoot as Falafel Phil, Danilo Di Julio as Photographer, Clinton Jackson as Mr. Squires and Grace O'Doherty as Grace
9 9 "Wax on, Wax off" Neal Israel Danny Warren July 25, 2011 (2011-07-25) 112[5] 1.07[13]

As a reward for winning the Bobby Wasabi Inter-Dojo Tournament, Bobby sends over a life-sized wax statue of himself. Jack and Jerry get a sign that says we're #1 but then there is a black out. Jack and Jerry must find a way to keep the statue cool. 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. Milton is tired of being bossed around by Kim and quits. In the end, the wax statue melts but Bobby forgives them.

Absent: Alex Christian Jones as Eddie

Guest star: Ron Fassler as Dale Davis, Joel McCrary as Bobby Wasabi, Brooke Dillman as Joan, Dan Ahdoot as Falafel Phil
10 10 "The Commercial" Neal Israel Danny Warren August 15, 2011 (2011-08-15) 106[5] 0.82[14]

Rudy discovers his natural acting ability and hires Jerry as his manager, but when Rudy freaks out during the audition, Jack tries to help him out and ends up booking the lead role of Pomegranate Man. Meanwhile, Milton’s perfect GPA is threatened when a baking assignment leads him to become a crazed tyrant chef.

Guest star: Jonathan Kite as Terrence

Co-stars: Barry Finkel as Mr. Pedesta and Van Epperson as Lou
11 11 "Kung Fu Cop" Shelley Jensen Edward C. Evans October 17, 2011 (2011-10-17) 111[5] 0.68[15]
When Jack falls asleep watching a Bobby Wasabi movie, he dreams that he and the rest of the gang are in a 70′s disco-themed detective movie. Jack must try to crack the case of sassy damsel, Snowflake Jones' (Kim), missing Dragon's Eye necklace. Against the wishes of the Chief (Eddie), Jack sets out, with the help of his partner Bobby Wasabi (Rudy), and questions the potential suspects, including a glam French horn rock star named Milty Moondust (Milton) and La Boca the snitch (Jerry). It turns out to be Chief Eddie.
12 12 "Boo Gi Nights" Eric Dean Seaton Eric Goldberg & Pete Tibbals October 24, 2011 (2011-10-24) 109[5] 0.58[16]

The Bobby Wasabi gang is determined to stop the Black Dragons from ruining the mall’s annual Halloween Boo-Stravaganza. Jack assures the others that he’s not afraid of the Black Dragons, or anything else for that matter. But when a sales rep from Circus Burger enters the courtyard, Jack comes unglued, revealing his biggest fear- clowns. When the Dragons use their newfound discovery against him, Jack tries to take down the posses blindfolded with the help of his friends. Meanwhile, Rudy meets a mysterious woman in a cat costume and tries to find out her true identity. In the end of the episode, Rudy finds out she is Jerry's mother, much to Jerry's shock.

Guest stars: Wayne Dalglish as Frank, Loni Love as Marge, Dan Ahdoot as Falafel Phil and Stephanie Arellano as Catwoman (Jerry's mom)

Co-stars: Teo Briones as 5 Year old Jack, Dave Bushnell as Clown and Ric Sarabia as Clown
13 13 "Clash of the Titans"[17] Shelley Jensen Frank O. Wolff November 14, 2011 (2011-11-14) 115[5] 0.46[18]

Milton falls head over heels for Julie, a girl in his chemistry class so Jack and Kim try to get them together. But when Julie's uncle, Sensei Ty from the Black Dragons, bans them from seeing each other, Milton and Julie decide their feelings for each other outweigh the rivalry between their dojos. Meanwhile, Jerry and Eddie vie to be the best rappers.

Guest stars: Wayne Dalglish as Frank, Hannah Leigh as Julie, Ian Reed Kelser as Sensei Ty and Brooke Dillman as Joan

Note: Jack reveals Frank is in the 7th grade, but in Wasabi Warriors, he was in the high school cafeteria fighting Jack, this could mean he must've gotten held back.
14 14 "Badge of Honor" Michael Kelly Jim O'Doherty November 21, 2011 (2011-11-21) 113[5] 0.60[19]

After Milton accidentally thwarts a robbery in the mall, Joan gives Milton a badge and makes him an honorary security guard, but Milton's newfound power is put to the test when a band of robbers steal from the dojo. Meanwhile, Jack and Kim teach Rudy to skateboard.

Guest stars: Brooke Dillman as Joan and Dan Ahdoot as Falafel Phil

Co-stars: Evan Hofer as Randy, Jullian Dulce Vida as Daryl, Scott Loftin as Butch, Vladimir Sizov as Bodybuilder and Walter Pridgen as Health Inspector
15 15 "The Great Escape" Eric Dean Seaton Andrew Lee November 28, 2011 (2011-11-28) 117[5] 0.54[20]

Jerry gets detention after he takes the heat for Milton's prank; so Jack and the gang try to find a way for Jerry to escape. Problems rise when detention lands on the same day as the big tournament his family is planning to attend, so Milton disguises himself as Jerry so he can compete. Meanwhile Rudy has to watch Phil's goat after doing him a favor and develops feelings for it.

Guest stars: Dan Ahdoot as Falafel Phil and Richard Riehle as Mr. Coburn

Co-stars: Evan Hofer as Randy, Sean Moran as Mr. Slugman and Livia Treviño as Miss Davis
16 16 "Dude, Where's My Sword?" Shelley Jensen Marc Warren February 6, 2012 (2012-02-06) 120[5] 0.60[21]

When Rudy goes on a road trip with Bobby Wasabi and Falafel Phil, the gang throws a party in the dojo where Rudy's prized Katana goes missing. Jack, Kim, and Milton need to quickly find a replacement before he returns. They find a replacement, but it's $500. Milton finds a French horn, trades it with the items they brought in, bought the Katana sword, and was the clerk's new boss. When they did that, Jerry and Eddie were cleaning up the dojo when they found out that a grape juice stain was stuck on the wall.

Guest stars: Joel McCrary as Bobby Wasabi, Dan Ahdoot as Falafel Phil and Eddie Pepitone as Lou

Co-stars: Michele Specht as Carlotta, Paul Zies as Dwayne, Thomas Kasp as Kevin, Najee Muhammad as Nerd and Michael Icenogle as Nerd #2
17 17 "Breaking Board" Shelley Jensen Edward C. Evans February 13, 2012 (2012-02-13) 116[5] 0.73[22]

While practicing for a speed board breaking competition, Jack accidentally kicks Jerry in the ribs and he ends up at the hospital where Kim volunteers as a candy striper. While visiting, Milton and Eddie find themselves in the maternity ward and accidentally get the babies mixed up, and Jack feels guilty for kicking Jerry in the ribs so he quits the breaking board competition Meanwhile, Rudy wins free-food-for-life at Falafel Phil's but Phil doesn't want anyone to win the free-food-for-life.

Guest stars: Dan Ahdoot as Falafel Phil and Phyllis, Marc Evan Jackson as Doctor Rose and Travis Johns as Duke Evans

Co-stars: Carrie Reichenbach as Misty Paul, Donna Pieroni as Nurse Pat and Jett Patrick as 7 Year Old Jack.
18 18 "Reality Fights" Sean Lambert Jim O'Doherty February 27, 2012 (2012-02-27) 118[5] 0.90[23]

The gang competes in Bobby Wasabi’s new martial arts reality show ‘Wasabi Warrior,’ hosted by Rudy, where the close knit friends form secret alliances without Jack because they worry that he is the biggest threat to all of them. But soon after voting Jack off, Jack finds a way to get back in the game. Meanwhile Jerry, Milton, and Eddie find out that Kim is planning to get them all voted off the Game show.

Guest star: Joel McCrary as Bobby Wasabi
19 19 "Kickin' It in China" Eric Dean Seaton Edward C. Evans & Byron Kavanagh March 5, 2012 (2012-03-05) 119[5] 0.88[24]

Jack goes in the Junior world martial arts championships in China. However, there he comes face to face with his cousin Kai, the only person who has ever beaten Jack. Later, Jack is unsure if he can beat Kai. Meanwhile, Milton, Eddie and Jerry get lost after trying to find out the meaning of a fortune they got.

Guest stars: Troy Romzek as Kai, Aren Marayuma as Pei Pei and Matthew Moy as Shen

Co-stars: Brian Fong as Official and Donald Li as Doctor Chen
20 20 "The Wrath of Swan" Neal Israel Danny Warren March 12, 2012 (2012-03-12) 114[5] 0.71[25]

After Jack turns down Kim’s invitation to be her date at the Swan Court Cotillion Ball, she asks Brody (Billy Unger), a new kid in school. But when Jack suspects that Brody is from the Black Dragons, the gang springs into action to tell Kim the truth. Meanwhile, Rudy helps Eddie with the Explorer Scout’s Pinewood Derby.

Special guest star: Billy Unger as Brody
Guest stars: Wayne Dalglish as Frank, Kaylee Bryant as Carrie and Brooke Laver as Jennie

Co-stars: Dale Waddington as Miss McCrossin, Kevin Brief as Scout Master and Michael William Arnold as 12 Year Old Rudy
21 21 "Rowdy Rudy" Marc Warren Jim O'Doherty & Dan O'Keefe March 26, 2012 (2012-03-26) 121[5] 0.78[26]

Out of anger, Rudy flips a professional wrestler and becomes an internet sensation. Jack gets in a fight at school under the influence of Rudy and gets detention. So, to settle things with the professional wrestler, Rudy decides to wrestle against him in a match. But when Rudy is overtaken during the match, Jack jumps in to help. Meanwhile, Kim helps Milton when he thinks that Julie wants to kiss him, and ends up kissing Milton out of pure exasperation.

Special guest star: Jason Sehorn as Announcer
Guest stars: Dan Ahdoot as Falafel Phil, Hannah Leigh as Julie and Matthew Willig as Mondo

Co-stars: Sharon Sachs as Aunt Gerty, Jill Lamarr as Old Lady, Estaban Cueto as Mongo and Nate Smith as Crowd Guy

Season 2 (2012)[edit]

  • Olivia Holt was absent for five episodes (2x07, 2x08, 2x09, 2x12, and 2x16).
  • This season marks Alex Christian Jones's last season on the show.
  • Leo Howard was absent for one episode but only appeared in the start and end of episode on (2x19).
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U.S. viewers
(in millions)
22 1 "Rock 'Em Sock 'Em Rudy" Rob Schiller Dave Bickel April 2, 2012 (2012-04-02) 203[5] 0.64[27]

Rudy must fight for his job when he is replaced as Sensei by a futuristic robot, the Wasabitron 3000. Milton and Eddie build their own robot to try and destroy the Wasabitron 3000.

Guest Star: Joel Mccracy as Bobby Wasabi
23 2 "My Left Foot" Eric Dean Seaton Glenn Farrington & Geoff Barbanell April 9, 2012 (2012-04-09) 201[28] 0.54[29]

Milton becomes the Seaford High kicker when, at a try-out, he kicks a fifty-yard field goal. Eddie tries to ask Grace out.

Guest star: Dan Ahdoot as Falafel Phil , Grace O'Doherty as Grace and Timothy Brennan as Coach Marmer
24 3 "We are Family" Rob Schiller Joel McCrary & Itai Grunfeld April 16, 2012 (2012-04-16) 204[5] 0.66[30]

The Wasabi Warriors are saving up to buy a go-kart that is on display in one of the mall's stores. Jack, Kim, Milton, and Eddie each contribute towards the go-kart and reprimand Jerry for not contributing. Jerry gets a job working for The Meatball King and buys the go-kart himself, much to Jack, Kim, and Milton's annoyance. Meanwhile, Eddie tells Rudy that thinks he took a pretzel from the pretzel cart without paying for it. Rudy takes Eddie to the pretzel vendor, who hits Rudy in the nose with a pretzel after he calls the pretzels harder than wood, causing his nose to swell up. Rudy then takes Eddie to Joan, who agrees to teach Eddie a lesson. In order to make his experience of jail time realistic, Joan puts on a prison jumpsuit and locks herself in with him to play the role of his cellmate. She accidentally tosses the keys to the cell out with her uniform, forcing Eddie and Joan to break out of the jail cell using the air vents. Phil's goat, Tootsie, is taken hostage by Jerry's new boss after Phil fails to repay him for the meatballs that The Meatball King forcibly sold to Phil. With Jerry's help, Jack, Kim, Milton, Rudy, and Phil come up with a plan to intimidate The Meatball King into returning Tootsie by pretending to be The Schnoz, The Meatball King's mysterious boss whom he is deathly afraid of, and his crew. The meeting turns into a fight when Tootsie eats Rudy's fake mustache, revealing his identity.

Guest stars: Dan Ahdoot as Falafel Phil, Joey Diaz as The Meatball King, Brooke Dillman as Joan and Ethan Wilde as Dirk
25 4 "Eddie Cries Uncle" Sean McNamara Jim O'Doherty April 23, 2012 (2012-04-23) 206[5] 0.66[31]

The gang keeps attempting to win on their schools basketball team, but they always lose. They soon find out that the world famous Harlem Globetrotters are coming for a special contest. They thought that they might have an advantage because Big Easy, one of the members, is supposedly Eddie's uncle. But, when Eddie accidentally wins the contest, he is faced with the fact that they are not related. So, with the help of Jerry, he convinces Big Easy that they are related. Which at the end of the episode, Eddie finds out that he knew all along that they were not related.

Guest stars: Harlem Globetrotters as themselves, Loni Love as Marge and Dan Ahdoot as Falafel Phil
26 5 "Skate Rat" Neal Israel Glenn Farrington & Geoff Barbanell April 30, 2012 (2012-04-30) 207[5] 0.60[32]

When the gang's regular skate park closes, they ask Rudy to ask his former classmate, who owns a bunch of skate parks, to build one for Seaford High. But the place where it is going to be built is the home of a rare rodent. Kim stands up to protect the rodent's home and at first Jack disagrees with her. Luke pretends he is going to protect the rodent but is really going to get rid of it to build the rink to sell his merchandise. Jerry and Eddie become the testers of skating gear to impress some cute girls.

Guest stars: Alex Lowery as Chelsea , Daniel Booko as Luke and Evan Hofer as Randy
27 6 "Capture the Flag" Rob Schiller Itai Grunfeld & Joel McCrary May 7, 2012 (2012-05-07) 208[5] 0.74[33]

Eddie is selected to be the head of the float Committee. Rudy tells him that kids from Swathmore stole the flag off of his float back when he was in high school and his reputation was ruined. The gang tries to help Rudy gain his reputation back. Meanwhile a girl from Swathmore challenges Kim to a pageant.

Guest stars: Katherine McNamara as Claire
28 7 "It Takes Two to Tangle" Rob Schiller Jim O'Doherty June 11, 2012 (2012-06-11) 211[5] 0.46[34]

Rudy runs into an old rival from his past at a tournament in San Francisco. Meanwhile, Milton flips Jerry and thinks that he has awakened his inner voice. So he abandons his friends and instead decides to give people advice.

Absent: Olivia Holt as Kim Crawford

Guest stars: Matt Mullins as Trent
29 8 "Buddyguards" Sean Lambert Glenn Farrington & Geoff Barbanell June 18, 2012 (2012-06-18) 213[5] 0.62[35]

When Jack and Jerry save the lead singer of their favorite band, they become his bodyguards. But they find out that one of the other members of the band is out to get him. Rudy, Milton, and Eddie run Phil's restaurant while he is away.

Absent: Olivia Holt as Kim Crawford
30 9 "Dojo Day Care" Sean McNamara Byron Kavanaugh June 25, 2012 (2012-06-25) 212[5] 0.66[36]

The boys take care of the Principal's baby, but he crawls away, making Jerry and Jack scramble to find him. Meanwhile, Rudy and Joan coach Gracie Bell, Joan's niece, in the Little Miss Seaford pageant.

Absent: Olivia Holt as Kim Crawford
31 10 "Indiana Eddie" Victor Gonzalez J.B. Cook July 16, 2012 (2012-07-16) 202[5] 0.77[37]
The gang tries to help Eddie with his dream of becoming an archeologist. They go on a treasure hunt through the forests of Seaford, while Rudy and Phil try to find a cricket that's hiding in Phil's restaurant
32 11 "Kim of Kong" Sean Lambert Dave Bickel July 23, 2012 (2012-07-23) 209[5] 0.77[38]

When Kim tells Jack she is bored of sparring with Milton, Jack begins to spar with her instead. But when Jack lets Kim win, she becomes angry and demands a fair rematch. They fight in a virtual world in an arcade where neither of them hold back. The game is called "‘Immortal Slayer". Meanwhile, Lonnie gives Jerry and Eddie a prize lizard, telling them to take extra care of it. However when they lose it, they decide to dress up as a lizard and a moth, in hope of finding it. Rudy and Milton build a miniature train town, and argue what to call it. It ends up being called Rudyville, but it gets crushed by Jerry and Eddie.

Guest stars: Joey Luthman as Emmitt, Brooke Dillman as Joan
33 12 "Kickin' It Old School" Sean McNamara Dave Bickel September 10, 2012 (2012-09-10) 214[39] 0.38[40]

Rudy is excited when he learns he may be elected into Seaford High's Hall of Fame, but he then realizes that he has to finish high school first. Eddie and Milton try to help Rudy get his diploma, so he can be in with a chance to be in Seafords Hall of fame. Meanwhile, Jerry falls for Phil's niece, Mika, and brags to everyone he is dating her. When Phil and Mika find out, they devise a plan to stop him.

Guest stars: Dan Ahdoot as Falafel Phil, Oana Gregory as Mika, Rachel Cannon as Bethany and Eric Nenninger as Funderburk

Co-stars: Michael Naughton as Chairman and Beverly DeLoatch as Dr. Hanft

Absent: Olivia Holt as Kim Crawford
34 13 "The Chosen One" Sean Lambert Byron Kavanaugh September 17, 2012 (2012-09-17) 218[39] 0.72[41]

The whole gang gets an opportunity to spend a weekend with the legendary Shaolin Warriors, and train with them. While they are there, the Grandmaster Po announces that Jerry is the chosen one who is destined to save the temple from a looming dark cloud. Jerry highly doubts this, but when he is treated like a king, doesn't protest. While this is going on Jack and Kim challenge each other to see who can walk the path of fire first. Neither of them manage it. Milton struggles to keep a vow of silence.

Guest stars: James Ryen as Zang Lu, Gerald Okamura as Grandmaster Po, James Sie as Yin Chen and Derek Mio as Wan Chi

Co-star: Michael Sun Lee as Silent Warrior
35 14 "Hit the Road Jack" Sean K. Lambert Jim O'Doherty September 24, 2012 (2012-09-24) 205[39] 0.52[42]

After a headmaster sees Jack fighting in a match he offers him a full scholarship to the world-renowned Otai Academy in Japan. Jack is overjoyed, but when he found out the scholarship was for 4 years,he starts to doubt about going.

Guest stars: Brooke Dillman as Joan, Wayne Dalglish as Frank, Brennan Mejia as Zane and Harrison Boxley as Sydney

Co-stars: Evan Hofer as Randy, Ken Narasaki as Tanaka, Madison Curtis as Lorie and Joey Luthman as Emmitt
36 15 "A Slip Down Memory Lane" Jim O'Doherty Adrienne Sterman October 1, 2012 (2012-10-01) 224 0.41[43]
Jack sets out to break the record of most bricks broken under the age of 15, but before hand, Kim gives him a bracelet; which he thinks is a friendship bracelet. Exasperated, she almost blurts out that she thinks of them as more than just friends. She then runs out and Jack tries to follow her but slips and loses his memory. Despite the gang's attempts at getting it back, it's not until he looks at Kim before he breaks the record that it returns. After words, Kim asks Jack if he remembered anything before the fall. He says no but after Kim leaves, he takes out the bracelet and puts it on. In the end, Jack breaks the record.
37 16 "Wedding Crashers" Eric Dean Seaton Byron Kavanaugh October 8, 2012 (2012-10-08) 215[5][28] 0.57[44]

When Bobby Wasabi is lonely, Mika suggests he get a girlfriend, but things get awry when he announces he is marrying a woman named Leona that he met the day before. Jack and Jerry get kidnapped by Leona's ninjas on the wedding day and find out she is the Black Belt Widow, a famous woman who marries then murders martial arts millionaires to steal their money, and that she is planning to kill Bobby and get to his money that same day.

Special guest star: Denise Richards as Leona aka the Black Belt Widow

Guest star: Joel McCrary as Bobby Wasabi, Oana Gregory as Mika

Absent: Olivia Holt as Kim Crawford
38 17 "Wazombie Warriors" Sean Lambert Dave Bickel & Byron Kavanaugh October 15, 2012 (2012-10-15) 223[5] 0.57[45]

When Kim falls asleep watching a halloween movie, she dreams that all her friends have turned into zompyres - cross between zombies and vampires. They multiply by burping into human's faces. Kim has to battle through, which is tricky, because she feels she is hurting her dearest friends - especially Jack. Her mission is to travel to the home of the zompryes, the school, (Milton is only one of her friends who isn't a zompyre) who has the only zompyre antidote. At the end Jack and Kim go to see another movie together.

Guest star: Sadie Calvano as Lindsay
39 18 "Sole Brothers" Phill Lewis Frank O. Wolff October 22, 2012 (2012-10-22) 217[5] 0.60[46]

Jack and Jerry both start working at a shoe store in the mall, but run into trouble when Jerry is promoted to manager and Jack isn't.

Guest star: Kyrie Irving as himself, Oana Gregory as Mika
40 19 "All the President’s Friends" Eric Dean Seaton J.B. Cook October 29, 2012 (2012-10-29) 210[28] 0.50[47]

While Jack is away on a family reunion in Colorado, Milton (with help from Julie) and Jerry (with help from Eddie) run for class president against each other and Frank of the Black Dragons. Meanwhile Rudy asks Kim to help him direct the community play of Romeo and Juliet featuring Bobby Wasabi and Joan the Mall Security Guard (whom Rudy was forced to hire by Bobby after she and Bobby discuss about a Peacock parked on the loading bay). In the end the Black Dragons and Wasabi Warriors (Sans Jack) battle during the play, making the critic (an elderly man who bad mouthed his own daughter's ballet recital) extremely pleased.

Guest Star: Hannah Leigh as Julie, Brooke Dillman as Joan Malone, Joel Mccracy as Bobby Wasabi, Wayne Dalglish as Frank

Partially Absent: Leo Howard as Jack Brewer (appears as a minor character)
41 20 "New Jack City" Sean Lambert Joel McCrary & Itai Grunfeld November 5, 2012 (2012-11-05) 219[5] 0.77[48]

Carson, an old friend of the gang and Rudy's former star student, returns to Seaford for a visit. His own martial arts moves prompt Rudy to replace Jack with Carson in the upcoming tournament, irking Jack. In a startling turn of events, Jack becomes a Black Dragon in order to compete against Carson in an honest karate bout and ends up competing for just himself and with out a dojo. At the end Kim finds out that Carson is cheating, and Jack rejoins the dojo.

Guest Star: Boo Boo Stewart as Carson Hunter, Ian Reed Kelser as Sensei Ty
42 21 "Karate Games" Rob Schiller J.B. Cook November 12, 2012 (2012-11-12) 222[5] 0.93[49]

Jack and Kim are chosen to star in a new action movie. But they discover that they are not just acting in the movie but they are also living it. Their characters are enemies but they are brought together by a kiss. However they do not actually kiss, although they nearly kiss two times in this episode- once for the movie, and another on their own will. The director is taken to jail. Meanwhile, Rudy plays a contestant on a game show called "Box That Head". A gift from the mayor comes to congratulate Jack and Kim and it's a machine to help train you in karate. Frank tries to steal it but Jerry and Milton defends themselves and Eddie comes back to help defend the dojo with them in the end. Soon after Rudy gets back to the dojo, he overhears Jerry say that the host has idiots come on to the show, and no matter what box they choose, it's something unpleasant. After Jerry, Milton, and Eddie get shocked from Rudy's injured face, Rudy leaves with a bo staff saying "I've got to do something to a man named Wink" (the game show host).

Guest Star: David S. Lee as Dolph Gruber, Wayne Dalglish as Frank Bickle
43 22 "Kickin' It On Our Own" Sean Lambert Jim O'Doherty November 19, 2012 (2012-11-19) 220–221[5] 0.87[50]

Rudy leaves the dojo because of a new job that he can't say no to, and Ty and the Black Dragons end up buying it. They demote all the Wasabi Warriors to white belts and the five say good-bye and leave the dojo. When they meet each other again, after three months, they have all grown apart, and Kim has a boyfriend Brett. Ty tells Rudy that in order to gain the dojo back, the two dojos must compete against each other. Milton brings in his Aunt Jillian to get everyone in shape. Later at the tournament, the two dojos are at a tie, and to win the dojo Rudy has to go up against Kofi Kingston. Eventually he beats Kofi, and they win the dojo back. Kim breaks up with Brett telling him she "has feelings for someone else (Jack)". Jack overhears, and the episode ends as Jack and Kim skip practice to go on a date.

Guest stars: Kofi Kingston as himself, George Wendt as Uncle Blake and Jillian Michaels as Aunt Jillian, Jimmy Deshler as Brett
44 23 "Oh, Christmas Nuts!" Bill Shea Matthew Edsall & Jana Godshall December 3, 2012 (2012-12-03) 216[5] 0.65[51]

To teach the gang about the spirit of Christmas, Rudy volunteers Jack, Jerry and Milton to work at Santa’s village. But when they are accused of stealing toys to be given to an orphanage and get banned from the mall, they are labeled as the “kids who stole Christmas”. While the guys try to prove their innocence, Kim and Eddie battle it out in a holiday window display contest.

Last Appearance: Alex Christian Jones as Eddie Jones

Season 3 (2013–14)[edit]

On November 5, 2012, Disney XD renewed Kickin' It for a third season to begin production in 2013.[52]

  • Alex Christian Jones is no longer part of the main cast.
  • Olivia Holt and Jason Earles were both absent for one episode each. (3x03, 3x21)
  • Olivia Holt and Mateo Arias were absent in (3x21) but only appear beginning.
  • This is Olivia Holt's last season as a main character, then she leaves, but, guest stars in three episodes in the fourth season.
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45 1 "Spyfall" Sean Lambert Jim O'Doherty April 1, 2013 (2013-04-01) 301[5] 0.92[53]
After attacking a secret agent in Falafel Phil's who he thought was a thief, Jack has to take on the agent's role of protecting a Prince from assassination. The prince of Hachmakistan falls in love with Kim and goes to the Seaford Tower. Later in the episode Jack asks Kim to dance after she rejects the prince's offer to be his princess. Jerry helps out Joan with a work out.
46 2 "Dueling Dojos" Sean Lambert Byron Kavanaugh April 8, 2013 (2013-04-08) 302[5] 0.56[54]
When Rudy has to babysit a child as a favor to Grandmaster Po, he puts Jack and Jerry in charge of the dojo. But Jack doesn't like Jerry's ideas for the dojo, so Jerry decides to make Phil's restaurant into a restaurant/dojo called Judo Jerrys and competes against Jack. The child, Rudy has to take care of, Sam, turns out to be a huge troublemaker.
47 3 "Glove Hurts" Rob Schiller Geoff Barbanell April 15, 2013 (2013-04-15) 303[5] 0.41[55]

Milton invents a pair of gloves holding the strength of ten men for a science project and shows them to his role model, Derek Tanner. But when Jack and Jerry suspect that Derek is an evil weapon inventor, troubles arise; Rudy takes Sam to the carnival.

Absent: Olivia Holt as Kim Crawford
48 4 "The Sub Sinker" Sean Lambert Joel McCrary April 29, 2013 (2013-04-29) 305[5] 0.68[56]
Jack, Kim, and Rudy have to babysit Miss Applebaum's nephew; Milton becomes the new substitute teacher after Jerry manages to annoy every substitute teacher in school, but Jerry becomes accused of spitting a paperball on Milton.
49 5 "Meet the McKrupnicks" Sean Lambert J.J. Wall May 6, 2013 (2013-05-06) 304[5] 0.62[57]
Milton takes the gang and Rudy to Scotland. When they get there, Milton, Jack and Kim have to compete in a series of games against Milton's family's enemies while Rudy and Jerry search for the Loch Ness Monster. During the end Milton settles the feud between the McKrupnicks and the McCrarys.
50 6 "Witless Protection" Sean Lambert J.J. Wall June 17, 2013 (2013-06-17) 309[5] 0.58[58]
The gang witnesses a robbery by the notorious criminal Benny the Blade and they bravely agree to testify against him. But when Benny escapes custody the gang has to go into hiding until the case is solved.
51 7 "Jack Stands Alone" Jean Sagal Byron Kavanaugh June 26, 2013 (2013-06-26) 310[5] 0.72[59]

When Kim is elected as school president she believes Frank is guilty for a crime and takes a plan for expulsion. But when Jack suspects Frank is innocent, he goes against Kim and tries to solve the mystery of who took the school mascot.It turns out the guilty person was a cheerleader named Erica who was tired of Frank ruining all of her cheers (dances).

Guest Stars: Amanda Leighton as Erica Straffman
52 8 "Two Dates and a Funeral" Jason Earles Jim O'Doherty July 1, 2013 (2013-07-01) 311[5] 0.70[60]
Kim has to go on a date with Albert after he bids $200. But then it turns out to be Jack who asked Albert to bid for him. They decided not to tell anyone so they had to keep it a secret. But when Kim lies to Jerry and Jack lies to Milton, problems arrive which results to both missing their date. At the end of the episode, luckily for them, Jack and Kim go on their first official date and while they are walking off to their date Jack kicks Kim's butt.
53 9 "Win, Lose or Ty" Sean Lambert Jim O'Doherty July 8, 2013 (2013-07-08) 307[5] 0.94[61]

When Rudy rents a monster truck as another plot to get business for the Bobby Wasabi dojo, he crashes it into the Black Dragon dojo forcing them to share the Bobby Wasabi dojo. Things get complicated when Ty and Rudy become friends and Frank keeps flirting with Kim and pretending that they are practically married because of their shared locker. Later, everyone tries to get Rudy and Ty to stop being friends because no one can handle sharing the dojo.

Guest Stars: Troy Romzek as Kai
54 10 "Sensei & Sensibility" Sean Lambert Geoff Barbanell July 15, 2013 (2013-07-15) 312[5] 0.59[62]
The owner of a national karate chain known as the Karate King offers Jack the opportunity to be a sensei at his new Seaford dojo. Rudy insists that Jack hasn't earned his sensei stripes yet, but Jack accepts the offer and enters an exclusive sensei karate tournament where he faces off with his own sensei in an epic Jack vs. Rudy showdown.
55 11 "Gabby's Gold" Sean Lambert Itai Grunfeld August 12, 2013 (2013-08-12) 308 0.83[63]

After suffering a humiliating loss, Kim's entire gymnastics team quits on her, including the coach. With only one week left before the big meet against Seaford's arch rivals, Kim is ready to accept defeat, until Milton crosses paths with Olympic gold medalist Gabby Douglas and recruits her to coach the team. Meanwhile Rudy and Jack teach inmates how to meditate.

Guest star: Gabby Douglas as Herself
56 12 "The New Girl" Bill Shea Adrienne Sterman September 23, 2013 (2013-09-23) 314 0.57[64]

A celebrity karate star, Sloane, joins the dojo but she does not actually like karate. So Kim discovers Sloane has a passion for singing and tries to help her with it. But Rudy and Jack blame Kim for taking away their big catch, by kicking her out of the dojo.

Guest Stars: Kelli Berglund as Sloane, Cooper Barnes as Vance
57 13 "Fawlty Temple" Sean Lambert J.J. Wall September 30, 2013 (2013-09-30) 318 0.38[65]
Rudy, Jerry and Milton transform the Shaolin Temple into a resort hotel in a desperate attempt to pay off a loan on a failed business venture. Meanwhile, when Jack meets Kim’s Dad (Chuck Crawford) for the first time and isn’t instantly embraced, he spins out of control and will not stop to gain Chuck's approval, and also maintain what he calls "the Jack factor" which he states to be why everyone seems to admire him.
58 14 "Seaford, We Have a Problem" Sean Lambert Itai Grunfeld October 7, 2013 (2013-10-07) 315 0.69[66]
After Milton graduates the SASA junior astronauts program they want to send him into space but Jerry wanders into the shuttle and launches himself by mistake. Meanwhile, Jack, Rudy, and Kim disguise as senior citizens to see if a bingo game is rigged.
59 15 "Temple of Doom" Bill Shea Frank O. Wolff October 14, 2013 (2013-10-14) 317 0.77[67]
Milton is given the responsibility of looking after the Shaolin temple. Kim then decides to throw a Halloween party at the temple making Milton mad until he is possessed by the spirit of Yoshimi who is looking for his lost love. Meanwhile, Rudy and Sam try to make Bobby like Halloween after Bobby had a traumatizing Halloween experience as a child.
60 16 "Mama Mima" Jason Earles Joel McCrary November 4, 2013 (2013-11-04) 316 0.58[68]
When Phil’s mom visits him in Seaford for his birthday, Phil struggles to maintain the lie that he is a futon store owner who is married (to Joan) and has two kids (Kim and Jerry). Meanwhile, Jack and Milton are doing the weather but Jack doesn't listen to Milton by ignoring what Milton says creating trouble among themselves.
61 17 "Home Alone in School" Bill Shea Frank O. Wolff November 11, 2013 (2013-11-11) 306 1.05[69]
Jerry's prank on the principal lands Jack, Kim, and Jerry in Saturday detention, where they must defeat a robber disguised as the custodian.
62 18 "School of Jack" Sean Lambert Jamie Carpenter & Josh Mosberg November 18, 2013 (2013-11-18) 319 0.63[70]
Jack auditions to join a band called “Gutter Rats” to compete in a battle of the bands competition for a cash prize. When he realizes the lead Gutter Rat is rude, Jack forms his own rock band with Milton’s Classical Music Club in hopes of winning the prize.
63 19 "Queen of Karts" Sean Lambert Byron Kavanaugh November 25, 2013 (2013-11-25) 320 0.64[71]
Kim competes in the Seaford 500 Go-Kart race. She almost breaks the record while practicing but when she’s told she can’t race in the boys’ division, she disguises herself as a boy named Cam in hopes of bringing home the trophy. But someone plays with the brakes to her kart and she's not able to stop.
64 20 "How Bobby Got His Groove Back" Jim O'Doherty Rick Williams & Jenna McGrath January 13, 2014 (2014-01-13) 321 0.74[72]
Bobby's latest film bombs so he moves back to the dojo disrupting the gang's lives.
65 21 "Return of Spyfall" Sean Lambert Jim O'Doherty January 20, 2014 (2014-01-20) 313 0.85[73]

Jack and Milton are touring Washington D.C. but are surprised when the real reason they are there is because Funderberk needs Jack and Milton to join a group of undercover teen spies.

Guest Stars: Lulu Antariksa as Grey Cole.

Absent: Jason Earles as Rudy Gullespie

Partially Absent: Olivia Holt as Kim Crawford and Mateo Arias as Jerry Martinez (appear as minor characters)
66 22 "Wasabi Forever" Sean Lambert Jim O'Doherty January 27, 2014 (2014-01-27) 322 0.67[74]

Rudy tells the gang the origin story of the Wasabi Code before they part ways. After the story, Jack and Milton head to Washington D.C. together, Jerry departs for Kenya, Kim gets accepted to the Otai Academy, and Rudy stays in the dojo teaching a new generation of young students.

Last Appearance as a main character: Olivia Holt as Kim Crawford

Season 4 (2014–15)[edit]

In August 2013, Disney XD ordered a fourth season of the series and scheduled season four to air in 2014. Production was scheduled to start in November 2013. While initially announce that Olivia Holt would not be returning, due to her starring in a new Disney Channel comedy series I Didn't Do It, which premiered on January 17, 2014.[75]

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67 1 "The Boys are Back in Town" Sean Lambert Jim O'Doherty February 17, 2014 (2014-02-17) 401 0.82[77]

Jack and Milton return to Seaford and discover that Rudy has opened an impressive two-story dojo in a new mall and Phil has opened a bowling alley, and Jerry is the new manager. While Jerry faces Rudy in a bowling match after making Phil's customers go away, Jack and Milton return to Washington D.C. to stop Shane, who is revealed to be a double agent.

Guest Stars: Dan Ahdoot as Phil
68 2 "Gold Diggers" Sean Lambert Geoff Barbanell February 24, 2014 (2014-02-24) 403 0.49[78]

Jack, Milton and Rudy discover a gold mine on Rudy's inherited seemingly worthless piece of land, But fight on who gets most of the gold. Meanwhile, Jerry helps Phil achieve the dreams he've always wanted.

Guest Star: Dan Ahdoot as Phil
69 3 "From Zeroes to Heroes" Sean Lambert Itai Grunfeld March 3, 2014 (2014-03-03) 404 0.51[79]
Milton, Jerry and Joan create their own highly-stylized martial arts video. Jack and Rudy take Izzy to a baseball game, but it becomes chaotic when fans try to chase him when Izzy causes Seaford to lose the chance of becoming World Champion.
70 4 "The Stang" Joel McCrary Peter Dirksen & Jonathan Howard March 10, 2014 (2014-03-10) 406 0.66[80]

When Milton finds out his ex-girlfriend Julie is going out with another man, he tries to borrow his dad's classic convertible to impress her. There while driving with Jerry, they come by a guy named Mat to a party and try to impress him too. Meanwhile, Jack and Rudy want more people working at the new dojo so Rudy has ads to wrestlers so can they exercise here. However, they trash it.

Guest Stars: Carlon Jeffery as Mat, Todd Howard as Titus
71 5 "Nerd With a Cape" Jason Earles Joel McCrary March 31, 2014 (2014-03-31) 405 0.47[81]
Milton dresses up as an original superhero for a convention but is forced into action when a crisis arises and he's forced to ditch class. Meanwhile, Jack and Taylor fight over the smoothie table which causes Taylor to quit working as Rudy's juice girl.
72 6 "RV There Yet?" Sean Lambert Bryon Kavanagh April 7, 2014 (2014-04-07) 402 0.54[82]
When Jack and Milton won't stop fighting, arguing and bickering, Rudy decides to take them on a camping trip in his RV to teach them a lesson about friendship.
73 7 "Invasion of the Ghost Pirates" Bill Shea Marty Donovan & Adrienne Sterman April 14, 2014 (2014-04-14) 410 0.98[83]
When Jack and Rudy check out the theme for the park, they investigate a rumor about "Ghost Pirates". As Ty was taken, the ghost pirates come out, and a karate fight starts, and Jack finds out that half of the pirates were just holograms run by Ty to scare away Rudy's student to make them go to his Black Dragon dojo which has been shutdown. In the end, an actual ghost pirate asks for a giant banana. Meanwhile, Jerry and Milton visit Arizona to get Mama G's Famous tamales, but when they're taken away, The two open a better tamale stand in Jerry's cousin's mobile home.
74 8 "The Amazing Krupnick" Sean Lambert Frank O. Wolff June 16, 2014 (2014-06-16) 408 TBA

When Jack and Jerry learn that Milton is a talented magician, they use his skills to make money as entertainment at birthday parties. But when Milton's tricks fail to impress, Jack and Jerry go out on their own, with Jack performing the most dangerous trick of all time.

Guest Stars: Veronica Dunne as Taylor, Valorie Hubbard as Mama Sparkle, Kaylee Bryant as Tori,
75 9 "Battle of Seaford Hill" Sean Lambert Itai Grunfeld June 23, 2014 (2014-06-23) 412 TBA
Seaford is celebrating the bi-centennial of the famous victory at Seaford Hill, which was nearly lost by one of Jerry's ancient relatives. But when Jerry learns that history got it wrong, he sets out to prove that his ancestor was a true war hero.
76 10 "Fight at the Museum" Leo Howard Geoff Barbanell June 30, 2014 (2014-06-30) 411 TBA
Milton and Jerry volunteer at the Seaford History Museum in an attempt to win over the same girl but when they discover the museum is being robbed and the girl of their dreams is in danger, they have to work to save her and the museum.
77 11 "Tightroping the Shark" Bill Shea Jonathan Howard & Peter Dirksen July 18, 2014 (2014-07-18) 414 TBA
Spanky doesn't show up to do a stunt to save the pelicans so Jerry steps up to do it to prove he's a stuntman and to save the pelicans. Jerry falls halfway, so Jack tightropes to Jerry, and brings him back. Taylor finally goes on a date with Jerry at the movies.
78 12 "Full Metal Jack" Amanda Bearse Joel McCrary July 21, 2014 (2014-07-21) 413 TBA
Jack, Miltion, and Jerry team up to compete in a Commando Paintball Challenge, but Jack can't whip the guys into shape. When he gets an invitation to join the reigning champs from the South-hold Military Academy, he jumps at the opportunity. Meanwhile, Rudy helps Phil get over his fear of dentists.
79 13 "Martinez & Malone: Mall Cops!" Sean Lambert Byron Kavanagh July 28, 2014 (2014-07-28) 415 0.73[84]
When Jerry quits his job at the bowling alley, he joins Joan as a mall cop, but the two are faced with the unexpected when the mayor's son is captive. Meanwhile, Jack and Milton have a speed walking race at the park.
80 14 "Seaford Hustle" Sean Lambert Byron Kavanagh August 4, 2014 (2014-08-04) 409 0.63[85]

Milton fears his dreams of going to Oxbridge University are ruined until he meets Tom, the president of a powerful brotherhood that can help him. Meanwhile, Jack is mad at Jerry for ignoring a call from Kim that he was expecting.

Special guest star: Olivia Holt as Kim Crawford
81 15 "Kickin It in the Office" Jim O'Doherty Jim O'Doherty November 17, 2014 (2014-11-17) 407 0.46[86]
A documentary crew comes to film the dojo for a day, and Rudy takes advantage to make himself look good. Jack, angry that Rudy won't give him the sensei test, retaliates by convincing Rudy's grandmaster to fake being a fraud, demoting Rudy back to white belt. But Jack discovers that running the dojo is hard work. Meanwhile, after Jerry pranks him one time too many, Milton goes too far with pranks, not only on Jerry, but on the camera crew as well.
82 16 "Bringing Down the House" Sean Lambert Adrienne Sterman March 4, 2015 (2015-03-04) 416 0.47[87]
The gang accidentally infest a boys' club with termites, and need to raise $13,000 in order to pay to have the club fixed.
83 17 "You Don't Know Jack" Jason Earles Patrick Bottaro & Chris Phillips March 11, 2015 (2015-03-11) 417 0.45[88]

When Jerry disrespects Jack’s authority as a sensei and throws an unauthorized party at the dojo, Jack suspends him from taking his black belt test. Then, Jerry makes a wish of Jack not coming to the dojo.

Special guest star: Olivia Holt as Kim Crawford
84 18 "The Grandmaster"[89] Sean Lambert Jim O'Doherty March 25, 2015 (2015-03-25) 418 0.4[90]

Kim returns from Japan with her sensei, Tomo, who’s interested in hiring Rudy for a position at the prestigious Otai.

Special guest star: Olivia Holt as Kim Crawford


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