Kung Fu: The Legend Continues was the continuation of the popular '70s drama Kung Fu. While Kung Fu was set back in the early 1900s, This version is set in modern day. It features David Carradine as Kwai Chang Caine's grandson, also named Kwai Chang Caine who is a Shaolin priest. The show also featured Chris Potter as Peter Caine a police officer. The show usually dealt with mystical shaolin dealings but at times had events such as kidnappings and stopping robbers.
Caine is one of the jurors in a murder trial. He is the only juror who believes that the defendant is innocent.
A magician at a nightclub uses magic to hypnotize and kill wealthy victims. Caine pretends to be a magician so that he can stop the killer.
Peter decides to become a Shaolin priest, but a ""negative force"" lurks in the temple where he's studying under Caine.
To save his father who is dying, a Chinese warlord insists that Caine use his healing skills to cure him.
Kids exploring an abandoned house find a trove of Chinese artifacts, including a board game which emits a ""great force"" that hits Caine miles away.
An ancient enemy of the Shaolin, the Sing Wah, is in Chinatown hunting a archaeologist who has found a Sing Wah document. He attempts to reach Caine for help deciphering it but soon realizes that possessing the document is a death sentence.
Caine is contacted by Clarence Choi, who seeks friendship and forgiveness for his past attacks against him.
""Deadly and venomous creatures"" want to use Caine to take over Chinatown. Meanwhile, Peter has a new girlfriend.
Caine has a vision in volving Capt. Simms, gunfire and an underworld figure. Then, witnesses see Simms shoot the mobster.
Peter and Caine come to the rescue of an impassioned Chinese dissident who is trying to help the democracy movement in his country.
The Dalai Lama and Caine are kidnapped. Will Peter be able to rescue them, with the help of two former acquaintances, who are mercenaries.
George, an expert thief, returns to steal ancient Chinese treasures, which unleashes a deadly curse.
The Church is trying to exorcise a man who is possessed. However, something goes wrong and the demon possesses other people, instead. Somehow, Caine gets involved and tries to help a troubled man who has been possessed.
A blizzard, on Christmas Eve, provides opportunities to a variety of criminals: a mugger disguised as Santa Claus, a repeat rapist, and an attempted prison break. The officers of the 101st Precinct must deal with them all.
When a hostage taker demands to be patched into a talk-radio host's show, Caine defuses the crisis on the air --- which launches his own radio career.
Someone's after a diary owned by Caine's father, which contains half a map leading to an ancient chalice with powers ""too great for mortal man.""
Peter must protect a mob lawyer whose past includes a run-in with Caine that ended in tragedy.
Kermit travels to Florida to seek revenge on the gangster who murdered his brother.
Caine runs for City Council to stop a developer frm evicting tenants. Meanwhile, Peter takes the lieutenant's test: a passing grade would mean a transfer.
Three men upset about the decline in their neighborhood are pushed over the edge when they witness a robbery at the mall. When they decide to take the law into their own hands Peter and Caine must catch the criminals before they get hurt.
Sing Wah memebers steal a Shaolin treasure and sell it to a publishing house, which uses it for a promotional treasure hunt. Then Sing Wah decides it wants it back.
When a senator is killed at a Captain Blaisdell's reunion of his former commando team, Peter says he saw the captain kill the senator. Caine helps the captain find answers to this puzzle from an event that occurred in Blaisdell's past.
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