"When Sokka first has his goofy-hat, the eyeglass is above the right eye. In the next scene, the eyeglass is above the left eye. Then, when they are on Kyoshi Island, the eyeglass is above the right eye again. Later, at Aang's trial, the eyeglass is above the left eye once more."
This part of the goofs can be deleted, for it is NOT a goof! When Sokka is first shown with the hat it is also shown that the eyeglas can be circled around the brim. Therefore the eyeglass can be positioned above both eyes.
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For me, the breakthrough of this episode is Kyoshi's apparition. The plot itself circles around different viewpoints about the exact origin of Chin's death-- the most important being Kyoshi's own. The burning of the effigies is not that relevant to me, and is not an appealing picture overall.
Oppose — What AvaFan said. Kyoshi's manifestation is important, being a mini-climax in and of itself. Put the second image in the body text, where the manifestation is mentioned. DesertDog 01:23, December 28, 2010 (UTC)
Neutral — I agree with both pictures. Burning of the avatars, because it shows the tradition that the village called "Avatar Day" - it shown their beliefs and attitudes toward the Avatar. And I like the image with Kyoshi because it shows the summation of this towns' problems, in answer from Kyoshi herself - the one responsible for their great Chin's death. Meh, I like both...that doesn't do anyone much good. =S Vulmen (talk • contribs) 17:44, December 19, 2010 (UTC)
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