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Avatar: The Last Airbender, Book 2: EarthTV-Y7Closed Captioning

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Description

Aang, along with Katara, Sokka, and their animal friends Appa and Momo, continues on his quest to fulfill his destiny as the Avatar. According to the Avatar cycle, the group must now enter the Earth Kingdom to search for a master Earthbender to teach Aang.

Customer Reviews

5 Elements of Good TV: Fun, Excitement, Story, Character and even Values

Yup, the series is about tribal benders who can work with a particular element, earth, air, water or fire. The Avatar, a child, must master all 4. Talking about elements, this series has elements for great TV for kids so this review is mainly for parents. I’m a mom and came to love this program too AFTER my kids urged me to watch every new episode along with them. <br><br> My sons, ages 7 and 11, started watching Avatar from the beginning and loved it so much they made sure they watched not only every new episode but also reruns. Of all the cartoons they watch, this one is very good in not only visuals (ala japanese anime), exotic locales, fun and excitement... but also in intriguing story telling and realistic character development. Every episode is like a chapter in an epic, developing the plot and revealing more and more about each of the main characters Katara, Sokka and the Avatar Aang(ages 12-15) and also of the secondary characters(more kids and also adults). Their sidekicks are their helpful, sometimes silly, and endearing pets Apa and Momo. <br><br> The Avatar episodes bring the young heroes into situations where they have to make choices and as viewers we journey with them as the make both good and bad choices, and watch as they learn and mature as they go along. <br><br> The Avatar series reveals the universality of human spirit as the young heroes face challenges and conflict. Despite and maybe because of the exotic people and settings, the writers never resort to TV stereotyping about gender, color, age, weight, education or lack of, etc., that you find woven in for punch lines and demeaning in other TV programming. <br><br> This is the only or one of the few new popular kids programs that doesn't insult yours or your kids intelligence, and actually has family values. I highly recommend this cartoon to parents looking for something that the whole family can watch and have fun together.

Best show on tv

Read the reviews, you will notice that the reviewers who give bad reviews misspell every other word, and are insulting to the intelligence of every person who watches this superb show. Also, please note; if you're trying to make a point, you should probably use spell check. P.S. if you're going to review a show, make sure that you've seen more than one episode, it may answer questions that may be unanswered. Most good shows leave suspense like that. Make sure you know the show that you review, and don't compare it to shows that are basically in a differant genre. It's like comparing Family Guy and The Boondocks, or death metal and opera. You can't compare them because they are attempting to spark the interest of the differant people, which they all do INCLUDING Avatar. So if you're just going to write a bad review just because you don't like it, and not explain why, how does that help people who don't know the show but want to learn if it's good or not? That is what a review is for, and apparently lectures too.

Much better than I expected

I bought this one day on iTunes because I was bored, but it surprised me.I'm 16, so i thought it was be a dumb kid's show. It IS a kid's show, but the characters are engaging, and the plot is good. I'm totally hooked on it now, and I can't wait for new episodes.