AI wrote a Cobra Kai script and it’s more absurd than you can imagine

Netflix Gives Fans a Glimpse of an AI-Created Ridiculousness Cobra Kai script. Season 5 of the hit Netflix series wrapped earlier this month and proved that Cobra Kai remains as relevant as ever, earning plenty of praise from fans. The Karate Kid The sequel series is set almost 40 years after the events of the original film, featuring a host of legacy actors including Ralph Macchio (Daniel LaRusso) and William Zabka (Johnny Lawrence). Cobra Kai made a point of bringing back another member of the franchise each season, the last being The Karate Kid III antagonist Mike Barnes (Sean Kanan).


However Cobra Kai offers many unexpected twists, there are certain reliable story beats that viewers have come to expect in the show. Due to its redemption story role for Johnny, who originally planned to resurrect the Cobra Kai dojo, the series often features characters returning from the “dark side” after being brainwashed by Cobra Kai. The show also often upgrades its villains, as seen with the highly anticipated return of Kreese (Martin Kove), who was later upstaged by Terry Silver (Thomas Ian Griffith). Additionally, the main thrust of the entire series deals with the two conflicting approaches to karate – the aggression of Cobra Kai versus the more peaceful approach of Miyagi-Do.

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The aptly named account Netflix is ​​a joke posted a video showing the hilarity of an AI-created character Cobra Kai script, which hits on many of the show’s most repetitive beats. According to the post, the streamer worked with Keaton Patti and had a bot to watch every episode of Cobra Kai before creating your own script. Complete with ridiculous animation and deadpan narration, the video is an absurdly accurate homage to the legacy series. Watch the video below:

The video provides a ridiculous recap of Cobra Kai so far, including a fun variation on the Cobra Kai dojo motto, which is “Strike first, strike hard, no mercy.” In the AI ​​version of the script, this mantra becomes “hit first, hit the harp, no thanks” with the voiceover pronouncing “thank you” hilariously. The video also includes a fun recreation of the All-Valley Tournament, which features referees battling and all the dojos brawling. Even funnier than the video itself is the fact that it’s largely accurate as an encapsulation of Cobra Kai, capturing the relationships between Johnny, Robby (Tanner Buchanan) and Miguel (Xolo Maridueña) as well as Robby, Miguel and Sam (Mary Mouser). Perhaps the funniest moment in the video is Johnny proclaiming that he “I will never exceed one thousand nine hundred and eighty”, which basically sums up the series.

Although fans are joking in the comments below the video that season 6 is going well, the next season of Cobra Kai will obviously be different from the AI ​​version of the show. Although Netflix has yet to renew the series, it is clear that Cobra Kai remains one of the streamer’s most beloved properties. The stars of the show have made it clear there’s more story to tell, so maybe Cobra Kai season 6 will be announced soon. Either way, viewers won’t have to wait long to see the Cobra Kai dojo. “hit the harp” once again.

Source: Netflix is ​​a joke/Twitter

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