Cobra Kai, the web series that recently found enthusiastic new audiences on Netflix, is catching up with a few key characters The karate kid more than 30 years later. But in addition to the continuation of the stories of Danny LaRusso (Ralph Macchio) and Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka), Seasons 1 and 2 of Cobra Kai A number of new, younger characters have also been introduced to fill the teenage roles first cast by the series’ main cast. Among them is Tory Nichols (Peyton List).
Season 2 of Cobra Kai ended with a high school climatic showdown that left many fans wondering if Tory would end up in youth because of her violent actions. Cobra Kai Showrunner Hayden Schlossberg has confirmed this habit happen, and that Tory will survive another day when Season 3 comes out next year. But many question marks still hang over this character.
In a new video on the Cobra Kai theory One fan speculates that Tory may actually have a connection to an earlier episode of the film franchise. Nichols or Nickels (it’s not sure how the name is spelled) could be code for silver, it is argued. In this case Terry Silver, the villain out The Karate Child Part III.
Being the daughter, granddaughter, niece, or even the second cousin of the rich and powerful Silver would surely explain how Tory avoided spending time in jail after her attack with fatal intent on Sam in season 2. And since no one from her family turned up in Cobra Kai Still, the theory holds some water.
It’s also possible that Tori’s name was only written as a nod to Terry, and not as an overt indication that they are related – but then again, this show loves going back to its own story, so who knows.
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Of course, it might actually be best if Tory is just a completely independent character. Cobra Kai already engages so much in ideas of legacy and heritage, not to mention nostalgia for the original Karate kid Movies that add another branch to the fictional family tree at this point would feel a little redundant. (You just have to look at the tedious plot of the last one war of stars A movie that remembers that adding a new character to an existing dynasty in the canon doesn’t necessarily give the audience the narrative satisfaction they intended.)
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