-Tigress: Master, let us stop Tai Lung. This is what you've trained us for.
No！It is not your destiny to defeat Tai Lung.
It is his！
Where'd he go?
You cannot leave！A real warrior never quits.
-Po: Watch me.
How am I supposed to beat Tai Lung?
I can't even beat you to the stairs.
-Master: You will beat him because you are the Dragon Warrior.
-Po: You don't believe that. You never believed that.
From the beginning you've tried to get rid of me.
-Master: Yes！I was.
But now I ask you to trust in your master
as I have come to trust in mine.
-Po: You're not my master. And I'm not the Dragon Warrior.
-Master: Then why didn't you quit?!
You knew I wanted you gone, yet you stayed.
-Po: Yeah, I stayed.
I stayed because every time you threw a brick at my head,
or said I smelled, it hurt but it could never hurt more
than it did every day of my life just being me.
I stayed because I thought if anyone could change me...
could make me... not me...
it was you.
The greatest kung fu teacher in all of China!
-Master: But I can change you!
I can turn you into the Dragon Warrior! And I will!
-Po: Come on. Tai Lung is on his way here right now.
Even if it takes him a hundred years to get here
how are you gonna change this into the Dragon Warrior?
-Master: I don't know!
I don't know.
-Po: That's what I thought.
-Tigress: This is what you trained me for.
-Tigress: Don't try and stop me.
-Viper: We're not trying to stop you.
-Viper: We're coming with you!
-Po: What? I eat when I'm upset, OK?
-Master: No need to explain.
I thought you might be Monkey.
He hides his almond cookies on the top shelf.
-Po: Don't tell Monkey.
-Master: look At you.
-Po: Yeah, I know, I disgust you.
-Master: No, I mean, how did you get up there?
-Po: I don't know. I guess that...
I don't know. I was getting a cookie.
-Master: Yet you are ten feet off the ground.
And you have done a perfect spilt.
-Po: No, this? This is just... an accident
-Master: There are no accidents.
Come with me.