Cobra Kay Season four was full of surprises, especially Carrie Underwood’s performance. Underwood appeared as himself in the penultimate episode of the fourth season of the Whole Valley Karate Championships. Since Underwood himself tweeted during the weekend premiere of Season 4, it’s no longer a spoiler. Conservative actor Peyton List is a little busy practising karate but has no time for concerts.
List is a guest on co-star Martin Kove’s podcast Kick it with Koves April 6th.Discuss the end of the season Cobra KayList describes how “the craziest filming experience” kept her busy while performing at Underwood.
Carrie Underwood on the “Cobra Kay” Season 4 Soundtrack
Underwood gave his own rendition of the Survivor song “Moment of Truth”. Cobra Kay Creators Jon Hurtwitz, Hayden Schlossberg and Josh Heald say Underwood is a fan. So she accepted their invitation. Meanwhile, List is busy learning Tory’s game programming.
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“The Whole Valley Championship was the craziest shooting experience of my life,” Lister said Kick it with Koves“In season 4, that ending was just because we were learning about that fight. We learned it while Carrie Underwood was filming her show. Whenever we had time, we would learn it between sets. Stunt team too Great, I’m so thankful for them because they’ll take us to lunch and on their weekends, we’ll train and work. I broke down when I learned there were only eight different fight dances to learn.”
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Not only does Tory have to fight Samantha LaRusso (Mary Mouser) in All-Valley, but she also has a separate weapon, the kata.So Liszt didn’t sleep much during the finale Cobra Kay Season 4.
“I also need repetition, I need time, and I like to sleep on it before doing something,” List said. “So it’s going to process, learn and put into it. It’s one of those things, you don’t have a choice. Then we’ll pack. If I come home early in the morning to train, I’ll sleep for two hours. So you’re sleepless. Situation running, Red Bull or whatever caffeine you can get, your mind is foggy. It’s also the most fun experience.”
Sensei Kreese approves Peyton List’s performance at Whole Valley Karate Championships
Kove shares his admiration for List.He noticed that since she joined Cobra Kay Appeared in season 2.
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“You’re really from that place, and I’ve told you this, that place where you suddenly entered the dojo and didn’t know what to do,” Koff said. “Honestly, I looked at a guy and said, ‘Why was this girl picked? She doesn’t know how to fight. You made it through with the help of a stuntman. But when you had that fight, it was great. You Against Mary, that would be great.”
Kreese had less work at the Whole Valley Karate Championships, but it still left him exhausted. This made him admire what Liszt did even more.
“We were exhausted standing there for eight days,” Koff said. “Standing, it killed me. Eight days. Honestly, standing there for eight days, we didn’t have any dialogue, I was tired. One of my dialogue scenes with you was like this, maybe I had two lines with him. The bottom line is that the fight scene is so fun, so professional, so passionate, you do a great job. You should lock it into an action sequence so next time you’re playing a character with a lot of action, because you’re flawless, Really flawless.”
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