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"The Karate Kid" is an animated series which debuted on NBC's Saturday morning lineup. It starred Joey Dedio, Robert Ito, and Janice Kawaye. It is based on the Karate Kid series of films.The episodes typically followed a similar formula: Mr. Miyagi would obtain a lead on the shrine's location in some exotic corner of the world. Daniel and Taki would follow up on it, and in the process encounter some villains who had either obtained or were seeking to obtain the shrine for their own evil purposes. After engaging, and of course, defeating the villains, Daniel would come within a hair's breadth of retrieving the shrine, only to have it escape from his grasp by random chance (for example, drifting away after being tied to a bunch of balloons, or being swept into the ocean) thus ensuring that the search would continue into the next episode.
In what used to be the USSR, the group find the shrine in a Soviet scientific research facility. The Friendship Games are taking place with the first time that Western nations have been invited in an effort to promote glasnost. Daniel has been put on the West's hockey team, which he worries that he cannot even skate, resorting to Mr. Miyagi's unconventional lessons once again. Meanwhile, one scientist steals the shrine to empower his son, who is playing on the East's hockey team, in order to prove the supremacy of the Soviets, only for both to get more than they bargained for.
The trio get a job aboard a whaling vessel in Norway after seeing a white whale has swallowed the shrine.
The trio goes to San Francisco where they find a group of senior citizens known as the "Gray Ghosts", so named because they were enthuiasts of the classic car by the same name. They learn the shrine may be in possession of a reclusive tycoon named Frump. Daniel has to work with one of the Gray Ghosts, who is very different from the stereotypes Daniel has of old ladies.
Somewhere in the South, the shrine has come under possession of a shy black boy named Walter, who uses the power of the shrine to shrink actual items such as railroad cars and add them to his model collection. In doing so Walter accidentally uses the shrine to shrink the trio. A tiny Daniel and Miyagi must work to give Walter a confidence boost to ask a girl out to a party in the hopes of reverting to their proper sizes. However, Walter is using the shrine for more than just scale models, as he also uses it for revenge on two bullies; and Miyagi warns that not only is such overuse damaging the shrine; vengenance is unhealthy.
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