In this special episode, we go back in time to the moment Appa was stolen, will find out where he has gone and who he has met along the way and more importantly where he is now!

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Zach Tyler ...
Aang / Additional Voices (voice) (as Zach Tyler Eisen)
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Toph (voice)
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Prince Zuko (voice)
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Appa / Momo / Additional Voices (voice)
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Uncle (voice)
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Suki / Additional Voices (voice)
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Azula (voice)
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Mai (voice)
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Ty Lee / Additional Voices (voice)
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Guru (voice)
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Trainer / Additional Voices (voice)
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Ghashiun / Additional Voices (voice)
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Additional Voices (voice)
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Additional Voices (voice)
Flo Di Re ...
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In this special episode, we go back in time to the moment Appa was stolen, will find out where he has gone and who he has met along the way and more importantly where he is now!

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13 October 2006 (USA)  »

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Although it's hard to notice, Sokka and Katara can be seen sleeping next to the camp fire when Aang dreams about Appa. This is their only appearance in the episode, thus making it the only episode of the series where they don't have any lines (there is one other episode where they don't appear at all though). See more »

Quotes

[first lines]
Ghashiun: Ransack his saddle! Who know what treasures are stashed in there! He's tied up good. He can't hurt you.
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Saddening and transcendental
14 August 2015 | by See all my reviews

This is one of the best episode of the series for me. There are events from the previous episodes, one such as, The Library that connects to this episode. As the title of the episode suggests, it focuses on what happened to Appa after his capture on The Library. The details of the story is amazing, it connects the past episodes and builds for the rest of season. The flashback scenes are touching and sad, showing how close the relationship between Aang and his animal guide. The music is one of the best scores of the series' 61 episodes - it's sweeping and panoramic. Crisp transitions from scene to scene. This episode is transcendental in terms of development of early episodes to the last episodes of the season. The sensibility of this episode is one of the many reasons why for me, the series is the best, not only animated, but also the whole TV series.


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