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The King of Omashu 

Aang's abilities as an airbender are challenged by a king.


Anthony Lioi


Michael Dante DiMartino (creator), Bryan Konietzko (creator) | 3 more credits »

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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)
Kevin Ng Kevin Ng ... Bumi (voice)
André Sogliuzzo ... King (voice) (as Andre Sogliuzzo)
Daran Norris ... Additional Voices (voice)
James Sie ... Additional Voices (voice)


Aang takes Katara and Sokka to Omashu, where they disguise themselves to make sure no one will panic over the Fire Nation. While having fun, the get caught and sent to the presence of the city's crazy king. Katara and Sokka end up in the danger of creeping crystal rings and the only way they can be freed is if Aang can complete 3 challenges sent by the king. As the day wears on, Aang becomes more impatient and his friends become more trapped in the creeping crystal. After the challenges, Aang finds out that the king is his friend from a hundred years ago, Bumi. Written by Anonymous

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18 March 2005 (USA) See more »

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"Bumi" means "Earth" in Malay, Indonesian, Tamil, and also several Indian languages. See more »


[first lines]
Aang: The Earth Kingdom, City of Omashu. I used to always come here to visit my friend Bumi.
Katara: Wow. We don't have cities like this in the South Pole.
Sokka: They have buildings here that don't melt.
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Spoofs Monty Python and the Holy Grail (1975) See more »

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Filler episode *** (5/10) ***
25 August 2011 | by moviewatcherpersonSee all my reviews

Out of all the episodes in the series Avatar: The Last Airbender, this one always has appeared to me as one that never contributed to the whole story arc. The extras try to defend this episode, noting that King Bumi of Omashu later appears, but you can tell he isn't given much depth beyond his insanity. A few moments of fun happen when Aang and his friends travel on the mail system. The advice King Bumi gives to Aang ("Keep your mind open to the possibilities") is soon forgotten for other, more straight forward pieces of advice given in future episodes. Avant-garde fans of the series should watch for the Cabbage Man appearance outside the city gates.

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