Avatar: The Last Airbender (2005–2008)
Live action adaptation of the first season
unofficial follow up to Book 1
Sean, Stillman's grandson, has an Aang toy, and he says, "He can bend air."
At the end, Jess is shown putting on a "Avatar The Last Airbender" backpack
referenced among Mako's work
"There's this bald boy who can control the wind. Oops! Wrong Avatar. "
The Big 5 mention that reruns from Avatar: The Last Airbender could serve as a replacement for the cancelled Yu-Gi-Oh series
The creators discuss the show.
Mentioned by Mike.
Brett and Ellen say "The Last Airbender" is based on the series
Brett says M. Night Shyamalan ruined Airbender
Mentioned in dialogue
In the secret classroom at the end of the episode, you can see the four symbols of the nations in AtLA as posters with the element name underneath.
The "Airbender Technical Institute" skit.
Aang, Katara, Toph Bei Fong, & Zuko are playable characters.
Points out the sign of M. Night Shyamalan's next project
The rhythm Sheldon plays with his banjo is the ending of Avatar: The Last Airbender, also played with a banjo, as you can see in The Firebending Masters episode of Avatar.
Mentioned by Mike.
"The Last Airbender series is better than the movie."
Characters and locations appear in the Legend of Dora skit.
Aang costume on a mannequin.
AniMat says the animals in The Croods are a mix of two like in this animated TV series.
Cartman's anime self looks like General Iroh of the Fire Nation from this show.
Show is reviewed. Dante Basco makes a special appearance, dressed up as his character Prince Zuko.
The Critic makes Jason hold an Appa plush doll throughout the episode.
Toph is one of the combatants
mentioned as an epic done well
among the more successful modern day cartoon shows
Clip shown as Paranormal Rob discusses intros
Walker recalls his review of the entire series and compares it to the movie
Sage says he will not be reviewing this series
Critic counts down his personal worst episodes
Critic being trained to Firebend in intro