Kickin' It

Kickin' It (2011)

6 corrected entries

Witless Protection - S3-E9

Corrected entry: The farmer is hit with a giant pumpkin that smashes all over him; pumpkins are filled with little white seeds yet there are no seeds to be seen in the mess.

Correction: There are plenty of seeds all over his chest.


Fawlty Temple - S3-E17

Corrected entry: When the kids and vacationing family are tied to the chairs, you can see the daughter moving her arms around behind her, indicating she is just holding them back behind the chair.

Correction: No, she is shifting her body; her arms remain still behind her.

Kickin' It on Our Own - S2-E21

Corrected entry: When Ty takes over the Wasabi dojo, he punishes the current students by stripping them of their ranks and making them white belts again. He could not do that to the two black belts, Jack and Kim, because black belts are recognized by international organizations and a sensei cannot strip one of that rank without consent from said organization.

Correction: A black belt in Tae Kwon Do would not be recognized in a Kung Fu school; basically the Wasabi students are starting over in a new style, so Ty is well within his rights to make them white belts.

Kickin' It in China - S1-E19

Corrected entry: When Kai pulls Jack off the wall during the fight, Jack falls head first; when the shot changes to Jack landing, you can see him rolling backwards into position.

Correction: Momentum would have caused Jack to rock slightly forward on his landing thus making him roll backwards after hitting the peak height. In other words, Jack would have rolled forward and then backwards.

Wasabi Warriors - S1-E1

Corrected entry: When Kim joins the Wasabi dojo, she should not have kept her black belt rank; unless the schools are teaching the exact same style of martial art, her rank would not be recognized and she would have to start as a white belt again.

Correction: Not necessarily. If a school wishes, they can test your level of skill against theirs and decide where to start you with their training. When I switched from an Okinawan style to a Japanese style, I was tested and promoted a rank.

New Jack City - S2-E19

Corrected entry: When Carson returns to the Wasabi dojo, Kim shares stories from when they trained together. Kim was not part of the dojo when Carson was a member, she belonged to the rival school and did not like the Wasabi kids, as explained in the series premiere.

Correction: Kim never actually shares any stories about training with Carson, she talks about him teaching her to dance. Since they went to the same high school, that is totally plausible.



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