Yeah, a very good ep. Also wonderful to see old returns like Earth Rumble Six and the Swamp. (and of course You Know Who. Aaaaaa.) I need to see all of these again before really commenting on it though, there's just too many other RL things pushing out the episode thoughts, but something I remember thinking is, how did Korra pull off fooling everyone for six months?
Her friends were writing her letters, sending them to her home in the SWT. I can get Korra fooling her parents by writing them letters, but how was she fooling her friends who still thought she was in the SWT? One letter from any of them would blow her cover! Not to mention her own letters not being PO-stamped from Republic City, if they have such things. Did she tell them to stop all contact with her? Would they even listen if she did tell them that? I suppose I'm making too much of a deal out of it though.
Post by asian malaysian on Nov 4, 2014 4:22:54 GMT -5
OMG OMG OMG.SQUEEE!
When what was whispered by the lovers in a cave as they blazed a trail toward freedom will be shouted from the mountain tops. When the world finally sees that the hopes of the little girl from a crumbling Southern Water Tribe are the same as the dreams of the boy in the iceberg. We will begin the next great chapter in the Avatar Saga with one word- KATAANG!