May 17, 2015 Transcript:
Li and Peter stand facing each other with wooden swords, preparatory to dueling. While Peter’s eyes are open, his stance ready to strike, Li instead holds his sword in a graceful martial form and his eyes are closed.
PETER: How are we supposed to practice dueling when your eyes are closed?
LI: Master teaches that “True strength comes without effort; thus the eyes need see no movement when the inner eye is open to stillness.”
Both stand in silence.
CAP – PETER (overhead): *
Peter SMACKS Li with his sword hard into the ground.
Li lies dizzy on the ground. Peter brandishes his sword excitedly.
LI: I may have misunderstood him.
PETER: Oh I think you’re doing great. Let’s go again!