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Jerry signs himself and the others up for the Battle of the Dance Crews competition, but the others are only skilled in karate and are not that great at dancing, so Jerry must train them; however, he gets annoyed when they appear to be showing no signs of improvement. Later, at Falafel Phil's, Jerry and Smooth are talking about the dance competition, and Smooth offers Jerry to be a part of his dance crew, the Step Brotherz, which Jerry accepts. The others come in and are upset to discover that Jerry has bailed on them. Later, while training for the competition, things go awry when Jerry discovers that Smooth was just using him and stole his special dance move. Later, at Falafel Phil's, when the others realize that dancing is Jerry's thing, they agree to rejoin him and take part in the competition. While Jerry's friends may not be great at dancing, they are great at karate and use that in their performance at the competition, and Jerry finishes off the performance with a new special move he worked on. While the Step Brotherz end up winning the trophy and $1,000 prize, Jerry also ends up winning a trophy for best individual dancer, which upsets Smooth, who tries to one-up him, but ends up slipping and falling off the stage.
Jerry takes the blame for a prank Milton pulls in the cafeteria and gets detention; unfortunately, detention happens to be on Saturday, the same day as the tournament at the dojo that Jerry's family will be attending. This detention is also a maximum security lockdown detention rather than a normal detention and is run by Mr. Coburn; however, since Mr. Coburn has never seen Jerry before, Jack comes up with a plan to pretend to be Jerry and have detention in his place so Jerry can go to the tournament. However, the plan goes wrong when Jerry's ego gets the best of him and he subconsciously admits he is the real Jerry and is put into detention. Later, Jack, Milton, and Kim come up with a plan to dress Milton up like Jerry and switch him with Jerry. At the school, Kim distracts Mr. Coburn by pretending to be a student who got sent to detention, while Jack and Eddie lower Milton down into the room via the ventilation system in the ceiling and switch him with Jerry. The rest of the students in detention later realize that the Jerry in there is actually Milton, who they think is a nerd, and start getting ready to hit him. but Milton tells them that he can also get out. Milton later reveals himself to Mr. Coburn, which upsets him because nobody has ever outsmarted him and escaped; however, Milton offers a deal to him that he will keep quiet and not ruin his perfect record if a few changes are made to detention, to which Mr. Coburn agrees. Later, it is time for Jerry's match in the tournament, but his friends do not know where he is. Rudy then finds him outside and learns that he is nervous about how his family will feel if he loses; however, Rudy reassures him that his family loves him no matter what. Jerry then takes on his opponent, but quickly loses; however, he is surprised to see that his family is still cheering for him.
Milton nominates Jack to be the new Seaford High quarterback, but when he learns that Jack cannot throw a football, he must teach him how to throw. In the process, Milton is made a kicker when the coach sees him kick a 50-yard field goal after Milton is frustrated that Jack is paired with someone other than who he wants him paired with. With Milton a kicker on the football team, he and his friends are able to enjoy all of the advantages that come with it, such as eating actual food in the school cafeteria. Milton begins to realize that being part of the team is not all that it seems to be after he gets too much on his plate that he cannot even show up for karate practice. Before the game, Milton tries to talk to Jack about how he is feeling, but Jack interrupts him and tells him that him being part of the team is the best thing that has ever happened to the Wasabi Warriors. Milton later tells Jack how he is feeling during the game and that he would rather be doing other things, but he does not want to quit the team because he is doing it for Jack and the others. Jack realizes that everyone except Milton is getting something out of Milton being a kicker and tells Milton that everyone wants him to be happy. Milton asks Jack if he and the others would be okay if he walks away, and Jack tells him that it is fine as long as he is happy; before Milton walks away, he finishes the game and scores the winning touchdown.
Jack and Rudy head to a sensei and student tournament in San Francisco, but when they get there, they meet Rudy's rival Trent Darby, who thinks Rudy works at the hotel they are staying at and laughs when he hears he and Jack are competing. Rudy is frightened and wants to leave the hotel and not participate in the tournament and reveals to Jack that Trent ruined his life by repeatedly beating him, and Trent's life took off, while Rudy's did not. Jack gives Rudy a pep talk and tells him that there is nothing wrong with where he is and that he means everything to his students. Jack then tells Rudy that they are going to stay there and do the best that they can together, and Rudy agrees and regains his confidence. However, during training later, when Jack is not getting a move quite right, Rudy yells at him. Jack tells Rudy that he is doing the best that he can, but Rudy becomes more agitated and tells him that his best is not good enough and that he is an embarrassment. This upsets Jack, who walks away. Later, during the tournament, when Rudy sees Trent scold his student in much the same manner, he tells him that nobody should talk to anybody like that and realizes what he said to Jack was wrong. Trent's student does not care as Trent is just his sensei, not his friend, something that Rudy does not want between him and Jack as he wants to be both a sensei and a friend. Jack shows up as he is not quitter and finishes anything he starts. Rudy apologizes to Jack, who forgives him and tells him that, despite sometimes turning into a flaming nutcase, he knows that Rudy will always be there for him, and he will always be there for Rudy. Jack and Rudy end up not winning the tournament and get the lowest score on record after failing to perform the Wasabi Whip successfully, but they do not care.
After Principal Buckett expels Jerry for his shenanigans at school, Jerry overhears that he needs a babysitter for his baby son Byron so that he can attend the flamenco dancing finals. Jerry offers to babysit Byron at the best child daycare in Seaford, but wants to be unexpelled in exchange, to which a desperate Principal Buckett agrees. It is later revealed that the best daycare center in Seaford is the dojo, and Rudy is not happy about it and refuses to let Jerry babysit there; however, he quickly changes his tune when Principal Buckett shows up with Byron and asks who should be given the $100 check. However, things take a bad turn when Principal Buckett tells everyone that he put a notice on the faculty bulletin board about the dojo, leaving everyone to babysit a lot more children. Things take another bad turn when Jack and Jerry discover that Byron is missing and Jerry starts freaking out. Jack sees that Byron is outside with all of the construction going on to expand the mall, but when he and Jerry get outside, they cannot find him. Jack and Jerry see Byron sitting on a palette, but as they are about to get him, a construction crane lifts the palette up. Jack and Jerry climb up the support beams of a building being built in order to save Byron, and when they climb high enough, they find Byron again. Byron crawls off a support beam, but is saved by another beam being lifted up. Jack and Jerry climb higher and Jack jumps onto the beam to get Byron; however, when he does, Byron starts sliding off one side due to Jack's weight. Jack, who is hanging below the beam, is able to grab him, but he starts losing his grip; however, Jerry is able to get Byron from Jack, who quickly secures himself with his now free hand. Jack lowers Jerry and Byron back down to the ground, where Jerry gives Byron back to Principal Buckett, who has just returned from his flamenco dancing finals.
After seeing Jack's impressive skills during a tournament at the dojo, Tanaka offers Jack a scholarship at the Otai Academy in Japan; however, when Jack learns that the scholarship is for four years, he has to make the tough decision between going to Japan and staying at Seaford with his friends. Later, when Jack returns to the dojo to say goodbye, he notices that Milton, Jerry, Kim, and Eddie have replaced him. When the others leave, Kim stays with Jack and reminiscences with him over old photos he has in his locker. Later, during the goodbye party, Jack is upset because Kim is nowhere to be found and he has tried texting her to no avail and that time is running out as his father will be there any minute to pick him up. Jack then tells Milton, Jerry, and Eddie that he will miss them, they are the best friends he could ever ask for, and he loves them. Jack runs into Rudy outside and sits with him while waiting for his father. Jack asks Rudy if he will do him a favor a give a letter to Kim, which contains some things he wants her to know. Jack tells Rudy that the dojo will always be home, but Rudy reassures him that the scholarship is an opportunity of a lifetime. Jack confesses to Rudy that he cannot help to think that it will cost him everything he cares about and explains that by the time he gets back, what he and the others have in the dojo will not be there anymore. Rudy realizes that he has been too excited over what Jack was gaining that he was not thinking about what Jack was losing. Jack explains that both martial arts and his friends are very important to him, and if he goes to Japan, he will have one, but not the other; however, if he stays in Seaford, he will have both. Jack changes his mind and decides to stay in Seaford, which makes Rudy happy and the two share a hug. Kim shows up and Rudy gives her the letter Jack wanted him to give her. Kim tells Jack that she did the same thing and gives him the letter she wrote, but when Jack tells her he has changed his mind, they both give each other's letters back. 2b1af7f3a8