Jack saves Milton just in time, and everyone then helps Milton win the battle. Jerry double-crosses Lindsay and burps in her face, turning her into a zompire. Jerry explains that Max fired Jack because he saw him as a threat and promoted him to assistant manager so he would take the blame for the missing shoes. Farmer Pratchett puts Milton in charge of protecting his vegetables from the birds, but it does not quite work out for Milton when he is attacked by birds. After a little trouble along the way, Jack manages to find and enter through the air vent and get into the air duct system. Milton is upset, as he thinks he has lost his friends, but Jack and Rudy show up behind him.
Bobby also tells Milton and Mika that they will plan his wedding. 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. Later, the professor reveals that a crystal diode is all that is left of the refractometer, and Kim asks if there is anything that they can do with it. Guest stars: as Teddy Kavanagh, as Claire, Dennis Hemphill Jr. Phil tries to cover Jack, Milton, and Kim as they go to find and set up the prototype coil. Kim tells Eddie that he comes from four generations of accountants, so she is surprised to hear that he is going through with archaeology. Meanwhile, Milton asks Jack to be his weatherman on Seaford High News.
A doctor later examines Jack's hand and reveals that it is broken and Jack cannot compete in the finals. Later, Milton talks to Eddie at Falafel Phil's about how he does not trust the robot and compares it to robot movies, where robots end up going bad and try to take over. Kyrie explains that he gave Jerry a pair of shoes, and Jerry had him autograph them for Jack. As things are looking bad, Jack turns on dance music, Jerry's weakness, which distracts the zompires long enough for him and the others to escape to a safe location. When the Wasabi Warriors reach the docks, their third destination, they are attacked by dockworkers, who know what they are looking for. John is impressed and offers Bobby to be the lead in the movie, but Bobby passes on the offer and says that thanks to his friends Jack and Rudy, he now knows who Bobby Wasabi is.
Eddie tries to get away, but Jack catches up with him. Rudy and Ty eventually hesitantly agree to make up, but things go wrong when they start fighting over the last falafel ball. Jerry is forgiven and Jack tells him that, in the end, the plan to get Toosie back was his idea and it all worked out. Jack and Jerry take on the second challenge at the Emperor's Bridge, which Jack manages to win after some clever thinking, but he must also make a tough choice. 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. Thanks to Milton, Jerry tells Funderburk that he is going to retire his Sub Sinker persona. When Jack and Kim reach Bobby Wasabi's room, they fight with his ninja bodyguards and quickly defeat them.
Later, Milton and Jerry must work together when they discover that Chloe has been tied up by Ben Franklin and Albert Einstein, who are trying to steal the golden sword from the museum. Kim finds a book that explains what is going on with Milton and that he has been possessed. Dolph shows up to congratulate Kim; however, Kim reveals that her and Jack's fight was all a ploy as Jack reappears. Later, Rudy and Ty start bonding with each other over a movie they both like and end up putting their differences aside. Back at the police station, Jack, Milton, and Jerry show Joan that the wrapping paper contains counterfeit bills on the inside; after that, everyone heads back to Santa's Village. Later, Julie runs into Jack in the school hallway and asks if Milton likes her and then proceeds to tell him how the first time she saw Milton in chemistry class, it was like she was watching a movie and Milton was the star.
Later, Albert proves to be too much for even Heidi, but Milton, Jerry, and Kim are just glad to be rid of her. Not having it, Jack uses karate on Kevin and his friends, quickly subduing them and ending the party, but also leaving the dojo in a mess. Jerry then takes on his opponent, but quickly loses; however, he is surprised to see that his family is still cheering for him. Jack, Milton, and Rudy are able to defeat Doyle and his men, but as Doyle and his men are retreating, Doyle cuts down the bridge, which is the only escape route, and places a stick of dynamite by it. Kim tells Jerry she is sorry that things are not working out, but that the right person is closer than he thinks. Action movie star Dolph Gruber shows up and wants Jack and Kim to be in his movie called The Karate Games, a martial arts movie which involves an epic battle for survival. A letter is received at the base, which Jack reads and says it is from the professor, who wants them to come to his secret lab as he has found a way to turn the zompires back into humans.
Jack runs into Rudy outside and sits with him while waiting for his father. After seeing what his son has done and what the dojo is about, Mr. Later, Jack meets Chuck Banner the Karate King, who tells that him that he can make him a sensei. Jerry suggests the bull sharks, and Spanky agrees. Later, Jack and Jerry return to the dojo, hoping everything is resolved, but things go wrong again when Jerry returns from a flea bath Rudy gave him a coupon for and sees that the wax statue has melted.
Jack threatens to tell everyone, but Carson tells him he will just look like a sore loser. When Jack and Milton return to Seaford, they discover that Rudy has opened up a new dojo called Wasabi Warrior Academy, while Phil has opened up a new business called Falafel Phil's Bowl and Burger. Archived from on May 25, 2013. After Rudy tells them a story about a boy named Luke Sampson who he thought was a loser in school, Rudy learns from Kim that Luke is now a multi-millionaire skateboard mogul. Later, Sloane confides in Kim while they are at Karaoke Cafe that she does not really have a life as she has been turned into a business, and she would give anything just to be a normal girl again.
Sloane and Vance later arrive, and Kim is excited to meet Sloane and tells her that she is glad that she is joining the dojo; however, Sloane tells her it is not her decision and that Vance makes all of her decisions, and she will find out the next day at the Karate Con press conference. This makes Bethany happy, who wants to climb the mountain with Rudy to see it for herself; however, Rudy is hesitant on doing so. Knowing that Jack, Milton, and Jerry wanted a road demon, Rudy is quick to point the finger at them and Joan bans them from the mall, which includes the dojo. Milton thinks he is hearing their voices as angels in heaven, but when he turns around, he is glad to see that they are all right and gives Jack a big hug. Jack explains that there is something off about Derek, who has a drawing of a weaponized suit which the gloves are a part of, but Milton does not believe him and tells him and Jerry that Derek was right about them being parasites. 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. They also use their martial arts skills and lessons in their personal lives.