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Po is telling a story of the Furious Five to some patrons at the Noodle Shop, only for them to want him to tell them a story of his exploits instead, which insults the Furious Five who happen to be sitting at the table next to them.
The Furious Five become tired of the villagers' loss of respect for them and giving Po all the credit when they defeat Hundun and save Po. Po tries to convince them otherwise, but Shifu makes things worse when he unveils a wall painting in honor of Po's accomplishments which features Po being literally supported by the five. However, instead of turning their anger towards Po, they come to the conclusion that Shifu is the problem, leading to argument due to Shifu believing they are ungrateful and tells them to go train as punishment, but the Five say they quit and leave the Jade Palace.
Meanwhile, Junjie frees Hundun and teams up with him to take out the Five and the Dragon Warrior. After failing to convince them to comeback, Po tries to convince Shifu to apologize but Shifu stubbornly refuses. Po decides to put himself in danger to bring Shifu and the Five back together, but it backfires and the Five end up leaving the village. Realizing that Shifu and the Dragon Warrior have removed the threat of the Five without either of them doing anything, Junjie and Hundun attack the Jade Palace, defeating Shifu and capturing Po. Junjie gathers the villagers to watch the public execution of Po, and the destruction of the entire village with Fire Gem explosive barrels. Realizing how much he needed the Five, Shifu approaches them and tells them everything that has happened and admits he and the villagers didn't appreciate them and eventually manages to apologizes to them.
Shifu and the Five return to the village, defeating Junjie and Hundun and defusing the Fire Gem explosives. This causes them to regain the villagers' respect and makeup with Shifu.