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When he meets an outcast from the Fire Nation, Aang is impatient to skip ahead in his training.

Director:

Lauren MacMullan

Writers:

Michael Dante DiMartino (creator), Bryan Konietzko (creator) | 5 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Zach Tyler ... Aang (voice) (as Zach Tyler Eisen)
Mae Whitman ... Katara (voice)
Jack De Sena ... Sokka (voice) (as Jack DeSena)
Dee Bradley Baker ... Appa / Momo (voice)
Jason Isaacs ... Commander Zhao (voice)
Keone Young ... Jeong Jeong (voice)
John Kassir ... Chey (voice)
James Garrett James Garrett ... Avatar Roku (voice)
Michael McConnohie ... Additional Voices (voice) (as Michael McConnihie)
Scott Menville ... Firebending Magician (voice)
James Sie ... (voice)
James Arnold Taylor ... Additional Voices (voice)
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When he meets an outcast from the Fire Nation, Aang is impatient to skip ahead in his training.

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TV-Y7 | See all certifications »
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Release Date:

21 October 2005 (USA) See more »

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Near the beginning of the episode when Sokka sees Aang's wanted poster you can also see wanted posters for the Blue Spirit, Jeong Jeong, and Chey. See more »

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[first lines]
Katara: This should give us a good idea of what's around here.
Sokka: See if you can find a menu. I'm starving.
Aang: I bet we'll find something to eat here. The Fire Days Festival.
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"He tried to get the first fishhook out with another fishhook"
10 October 2015 | by A_Different_DrummerSee all my reviews

Over 10 years has gone by and this reviewer remains in AWE of this show.

This episode is not merely good it is perfect.

I repeat, perfect.

How many 1000s of films have been done on the theme of the Master and Student in the martial arts context? Thie single episode, in an animated series no less, sets the bar, establishes the archetype, for how the story should be told.

And, typical of the excellence we have come to expect from this series, it delivers this perfect story with perfect writing in the broader context of maintaining the overall arc of the entire tale.

Wow.

(Now watching for a third time. Was very disappointed with Korra)


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