Rudy discovers his natural acting ability and hires Jerry as his manager, but when Rudy freaks out during the audition for an upcoming commercial, Jack tries to help him out and ends up booking the lead role as Pomegranate Man. Jack slips on a stack of bo staffs and loses all memory of his friends. It features the first appearance of Jack Brewer's cousin Kai. Jack knows Kim doesn't like Lorie and seems amused. With Leo Howard, Dylan Riley Snyder, Mateo Arias, Olivia Holt. The Grandmaster is the eighteenth and final episode in Season 4 of Kickin' It. Kim claps for Jack. They walk into the dojo together. Kickin it- Jack and Kim moments from Hit The Road Jack PART 1-0. It first aired on March 5, 2012 in the United States. He is a dedicated skateboarder who learned martial arts from his grandfather, Bobby Wasabi's former teacher and sensei. A once-in-a-generation young karate fighter named Jack joins the Wasabi warriors. Sensei Jack Brewer is the main protagonist of teen sitcom Kickin' It.He was born on October 8, 1997 and is the newest member of The Wasabi Warriors along with Kim who joins after, and is often seen as having the hero complex of the group. With Leo Howard, Dylan Riley Snyder, Mateo Arias, Jason Earles. "Kickin' It in China" is the 19th episode in Season 1 of Kickin' It. Jerry, Milton and Eddie go on an adventure to find out the ending of a fortune. It first aired on August 15, 2011. They look at each other when Rudy was all caught up in the tournament. They both volunteered at the nursing home. Kim returns from Japan with her sensei, Tomo, who’s interested in hiring Rudy for a position at the prestigious Otai. Jack is invited to the junior martial arts championships in China, but while there runs into his enemy. It also serves as the series finale for Kickin' It. Kim helps Jack with the spinning-round kick. Created by Jim O'Doherty. The Commercial is the tenth episode of season one of Kickin' It. Directed by Jim O'Doherty. Jerry, Milton and Eddie go on an adventure to find out the ending of a fortune.