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A link to that Comic Con trailer should be added, if someone could it provide. I'd like to see it.
Do you think this is a good enough version? 184.108.40.206 21:17, 24 April 2008 (UTC) http:// www.livevideo.com /video/ 71EB9790CB5D42A78A650F01402ADA4B/avatar.aspx
(remove the spaces, the site won't allow me to post the entire link)
It's pretty good, though I wish the crowd would stop screaming all the time. Thanks.
Q1. Does anyone know what is going to happen with Chit Sang, the inmate form the Boiling Rock? He hasn't been mentioned in any episode summary since the Boiling Rock, even though he joined the Gaang. I was just wondering if anyone knew if he would help them defeat the fire nation or just disappear from the show altogether. 220.127.116.11 15:37, 20 May 2008 (UTC)
No one knows. Omnibender 16:30, 20 May 2008 (UTC)
In "The Southern Raiders", Hakoda, Chit Sang, Haru, Tao, and The Duke escaped on the airship Sokka and Zuko stole. JJulien 18:39, 19 July 2008 (UTC)
Q2. The article mentions: "The ending to "The Boy in the Iceberg", in which the Fire Nation gains total victory in the war, is especially odd considering the playwright is from the Earth Kingdom." However, shouldn't it also be noted that the play was being shown in the Fire Nation, so it isn't odd at all?
There is a typo on the last paragraph, but I don't have permission to edit it :( "Aang makes his way to the Fire Lord but the comet has come already and hes unstoppable" Should be "Aang makes his way to the Fire Lord but the comet has come already and he's unstoppable" --Michael1221988 06:03, 30 July 2008 (UTC)
Actually, the correct form would be "Aang makes his way to the Firelord, but the comet has come already and he's unstoppable", and even that sounds kinda stupid.
I think it's worth mentioning in this article that the episode serves as a faux clip show as well as a self-parody of the series thus far.
As you can see the Trivia section, especially that examples, is with a lot of information for a Trivia section so I forcefully recommend that you delete some of the obvious information because I think no one will enjoy reading an extremely and unnecessary long article.
I've seen somewhere that this episode was used to replace another one. This seems likely as this episode seems out of place with the rest of the others. Does anyone know of the 'real' episode that is supposed to be in this slot?
- Well, I saw an interview at Comic Con that was before the third Book came out and the creators said they were planning an episode that poked fun at the whole series. In another interview, after the series was over, the creators were saying that toward the end of the series things got pretty serious so they wanted to break up the drama with a fun episode to lighten things up a bit. So it seems they pretty much had it planned the whole time. --JFH2009 (talk • contribs) 15:50, June 16, 2010 (UTC)