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The Southern Raiders 

Trying to prove that she can trust him, Zuko helps Katara track down the man who killed her mother.



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Episode cast overview:
Zach Tyler ...
Aang (voice) (as Zach Tyler Eisen)
Katara (voice)
Sokka (voice) (as Jack DeSena)
Toph (voice)
Prince Zuko (voice)
Appa / Momo / Additional Voices (voice)
Timothy Dang ...
Yon Rha (voice) (as Tim Dang)
Kya (voice)
Hakoda (voice)
Suki (voice)
Bonnie McNeil ...
Additional Voices (voice)


Trying to prove that she can trust him, Zuko helps Katara track down the man who killed her mother.

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17 July 2008 (USA)  »

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[first lines]
[seeing part of the ceiling falling towards Katara]
Zuko: Watch out!
[Zuko dives and pushes her clear]
Katara: What are you doing?
Zuko: Keeping the rocks from crushing you.
Katara: Okay, I'm not crushed. You can get off me now.
[Katara walks away]
Zuko: I'll take that as a "thank you."
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Beyond brilliant
3 September 2016 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

Well I will be honest.

After watching this series twice, and enjoying the second time as much as the first time, I started in on Korra.

And -- being honest again -- could not get through it. Whereas this series represents one of the most perfect TV shows I have ever seen, I found Korra repetitive and unfocused.

So I came back to watch this series one more time.

And noticed in this episode how, yet again, the production team produced the most seamless blend of action and "morality tale" i have seen.

(Other episodes are almost as good, but this one is exceptional).

Typical of Avatar, you can enjoy as an adventure story or you can pay attention to the way revenge is deconstructed and presented to the viewer.

Most top series have just a few great episodes. In Avatar each episode is a masterstoke.

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