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Avatar: The Last Airbender

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Katara and Sokka (a brother and sister) discover the Avatar (a 12-year-old Airbender boy named Aang) frozen in an iceberg. Together the three begin their journey to the North Pole to find a master Waterbender so Aang can begin his Avatar training!
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  1. 1. The Boy in the Iceberg
    March 10, 2005
    24min
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    Katara and Sokka, a brother and sister from the Southern Water Tribe, discover a twelve-year-old boy frozen in an iceberg. Katara wonders if this boy is the Avatar whom the world has been awaiting for a hundred years.
  2. 2. The Avatar Returns
    March 10, 2005
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    Prince Zuko, a young Firebender whose mission in life is to capture the Avatar, tracks Aang down to the Southern Water Tribe village where Katara and Sokka live.
  3. 3. The Southern Air Temple
    February 24, 2005
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    Aang is eager to take Sokka and Katara to the Air Temple where he was raised. But upon arrival, it becomes apparent that the temple is not at all how Aang remembers it.
  4. 4. The Warriors of Kyoshi
    March 3, 2005
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    When locals of a small island discover Aang is the Avatar, they treat him like a celebrity.
  5. 5. The King of Omashu
    March 17, 2005
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    Aang takes Katara and Sokka to an Earthbender city. The kids cause damage and are brought before a crazy old king, who seems to enjoy messing with the kids' heads.
  6. 6. Imprisoned
    March 24, 2005
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    The kids come to an Earth Nation town which is occupied by the Fire Nation. But will Katara's attempts to inspire the oppressed people help them or hurt them?
  7. 7. The Spirit World: Winter Solstice, Part 1
    April 7, 2005
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    Aang, Katara, and Sokka arrive at a town being terrorized by a mysterious force from the spirit world. Aang doesn't know how to help these people, and realizes he has much to learn about being the Avatar.
  8. 8. Avatar Roku: Winter Solstice, Part 2
    October 24, 2006
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    During the winter solstice, Aang must reach a Fire Nation temple while dodging Prince Zuko, Commander Zhao, and the Fire Sages who guard it.
  9. 9. The Waterbending Scroll
    April 28, 2005
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    When Katara's desire to master Waterbending gets the best of her, the kids find themselves on the run from pirates.
  10. 10. Jet
    October 24, 2006
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    Our heroes' friendship is tested when they meet Jet, a charismatic teenager leading a band of rebels who are fighting against the Fire Nation.
  11. 11. The Great Divide
    May 19, 2005
    25min
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    When Aang and friends come to the rim of a giant canyon, they are asked to help guide two groups of refugees across. Aang quickly learns that this will be no easy task.
  12. 12. The Storm
    June 2, 2005
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    A powerful storm brings up painful memories of the past - and puts everyone in jeopardy in the present.
  13. 13. The Blue Spirit
    June 16, 2005
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    When Sokka and Katara get too sick to travel, Aang goes out on his own to find a cure for them. But he is captured by Zhao and held prisoner inside an impenetrable fortress.
  14. 14. The Fortuneteller
    September 22, 2005
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    Aang, Katara, and Sokka discover a village of people who are all reliant on a fortuneteller in their everyday lives - but they are so reliant that they are blind to the immanent danger they are all in.
  15. 15. Bato of the Water Tribe
    October 6, 2005
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    Aang feels insecure when Katara and Sokka come across something that reminds them of home. Because Aang thinks his friends might leave him, he hides an important message which only leads to trouble.
  16. 16. The Deserter
    October 20, 2005
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    Aang attempts to find a Firebending master to teach him while Katara learns that she possesses a special power.
  17. 17. The Northern Air Temple
    November 3, 2005
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    After hearing rumors about surviving Airbenders, the kids journey to the Northern Air temple to see for themselves. What they find there could spell disaster for all enemies of the Fire Nation.
  18. 18. The Waterbending Master
    November 17, 2005
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    The kids reach the Northern Water tribe, and Aang and Katara look for a Waterbending Master as Sokka falls for a princess. Meanwhile, Zhao plans an attack and Zuko must find a way to continue his quest for the Avatar.
  19. 19. The Siege of the North (Part 1)
    October 19, 2006
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    The Northern Water Tribe braces itself for an attack by Admiral Zhao's Fire Navy fleet. In the heat of battle, Aang struggles to defend the city. He wonders if there isn't a better way to use his Avatar abilities.
  20. 20. The Siege of the North (Part 2)
    October 26, 2006
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    Zhao's invasion breaks through the outer wall of the Northern Water Tribe's defenses, and he reveals a sinister plan. Aang goes to the spirit world for help – but will he return in time to stop Zhao and prevent the destruction of the Water Tribe?

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Just a BuyerReviewed in the United States on September 12, 2017
5.0 out of 5 stars
What the actual hell, Amazon??
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I had recently finished downloading all the episodes preparing for a long trip and I watched as one by one they disappeared until it was no longer available to view. No warning or anything. Amazon, you are playing with trying to lose more Prime memberships from angry customers that have been subjected to these shady tactics by you for many other Prime Videos.
I'm not paying you a cent more than the already increased price hike of Prime memberships. Bring this show back.
220 people found this helpful
G. S. HarrisReviewed in the United States on May 17, 2017
5.0 out of 5 stars
Captivating, well-written, with unexpected depths
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I'm a 70 year old lady and have seen a lot of TV and movies, and I have many reasons for thinking this is one of the best series I've ever watched. Perhaps people with particular skills in anime, scripting and whatever might find technical flaws, but that is not my concern. As a literate watcher, I found this to be captivating, well-written, with unexpected depths of feeling. More than the blood and sex of the typical Western genre action series, I found this to have depths of mature reasoning, intelligent interpersonal relationships, genuine feelings and what might be called "if it had happened, this is how it would have happened" kind of realism, meaning internal logic (though nobody can fall that far and not get hurt, lol, but I'll forgive them that) that was sincerely moving. I almost never watch TV a second time, but I can't wait to watch this with meditating friends for this understood enlightenment and the need for meditation better than any other fiction thing I've seen. Thanks so much to the writers and animators for this brilliant series, and thanks for the philosophies it embraced, and for the overall of respecting our children. Kudos to all of you.
130 people found this helpful
JordanReviewed in the United States on November 5, 2016
5.0 out of 5 stars
A fantastic show, even in my 20's
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First of all, I wasn't sure if I'd like this show because I'm in my 20s and didn't have the nostalgic benefit of watching it as a kid, but I decided to check it out because I was bored. Best. Decision. Ever. There is so much to like about this show. The animation is beautiful, the music is AHMAZING, and the storyline is wonderfully crafted. The characters are multi-faceted and complex, and we discover their stories slowly over the seasons even as the characters themselves develop and change. I can see how this would be a great show for kids too, but the themes explored are not what I think of as "kids'" themes: betrayal, genocide, war. Best of all, though, are the female characters. It is SO refreshing to find a show that unapologetically includes strong, incredible heroines. The girls aren't romantic objects, and they're not damsels in distress. They are absolutely crucial to the storyline and the success of the other characters, but not in a way that is clumsy or in-your-face. This cartoon has effortlessly succeeded in an area where so many "adult" shows have failed, and it is a delight. Overall, one of the best viewing experiences I've had in a long time.
And now, I'm going to go start the whole show over again.
270 people found this helpful
Hello99Reviewed in the United States on September 5, 2017
5.0 out of 5 stars
What the hell!!! Kids just watched first ...
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What the hell!!! Kids just watched first episode and we're hooked. Next day, 5 September 2017, not available on Prime? Nothing onl ok NE anywhere that said it was falling off service. Not on next lox or hulu either!!! WTF!!!
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Natasha HarrisonReviewed in the United States on September 6, 2017
5.0 out of 5 stars
NO LONGER INCLUDED WITH PRIME!!!!
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\\911** I can not believe after all this time now all three seasons are not included in prime membership!!!!!! And will be canceling my amazon account.
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Amazon CustomerReviewed in the United States on September 6, 2017
4.0 out of 5 stars
Four Stars
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I liked it better when it was still prime
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AubreyReviewed in the United States on June 13, 2016
5.0 out of 5 stars
The Greatest Show Ever
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If you're on the fence about whether or not to watch this series, jump down, cancel your meetings, and grab a bag of chips to eat while you become enthralled in the greatest cartoon of all time and certainly on of the greatest shows ever made. The series delves deep into moral issues while maintaining an upbeat light hearted attitude. The characters are all people, they aren't just one dimensional figures put in for a corny laugh in a kids show. They all possess multiple sides that become developed as the series goes on and display feelings that everyone has experienced whether they are loss and confusion, or joy and love. Certain characters stick to a general set of emotions but are never bound to them, just as people in real life aren't always downtrodden or happy but fluctuate and are capable of change. The plot goes deeper than simply narrating a story. Sure this is a classic save the world plot but it's somehow believable. In addition to all of this, each episode brings with it a deeper meaning that holds true. The series builds on the back story of all of the characters to express these ideas and presents them seamlessly with the plot. The writers never forget to include a moral in each episode that leaves the viewer thinking at the end of each episode. Other issues are brought into the show as well, ranging from corruption and lies, to internal conflict and strife. All of this fits nicely into the plot without jutting out as a ragged edge.
While some shows clearly have a specific audience, this show goes beyond and appeals to everyone who watches young or old, and entertains them all. The show may have originally been made for kids, but that doesn't matter. It can teach everyone something. The humor at times can be a little too kiddy but usually it's circumstantial or slapstick, not blatant stupidity. Also, because this show was meant to run on a kid's network, no one dies some horrid death like in Game of Thrones or some war movie. In fact people dying at all in the series is very rare. The bottom line is that it doesn't matter the about intended audience but rather that the show is great for all ages.
The animation for the series is top notch with movements being fluid and punctured by moments over the top expressions for emphasis. Some details are obviously computer generated but those moments are relatively sparse and always seem to be well placed.
Lastly, the show is more than just entertainment, it's a really good teacher. It makes the viewer think and wonder while engaging them the whole time in the action and plot of each episode. If at first the series seems slow or boring, just keep going and you'll see the depth of the show. As a word before you start watching, the first season is mainly to set up everything but still contains a lot of action and entertainment. The second and third seasons really take the series to the next level. Watch this show if you haven't. You will be glad you did.
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AC WFReviewed in the United States on September 6, 2017
4.0 out of 5 stars
Great show, poor Amazon quality. Do NOT buy this.
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What is the point of Amazon Prime if stuff you start streaming is randomly removed without warning? I get to Episode 3 and then the next day I decide to watch more and it's asking me to pay for it. Why would I even pay for this when I'm already giving you money? Infact, why would I want to pay twice for such a low quality version of anotherwise great show.

I'd give the show 5 stars but Amazon's butchery of the digital version gets 0. The only reason I don't give this review 0 is because the show deserves better. I know the show is old so I can understand the forced letterboxing. But the actual quality is very low res and easily noticed when it's a cartoon. Especially on all the hard lines that outline every character or animated object. I could pirate better versions of this for FREE and you want us to pay for this trash?

It's like playing a 10 year old game on a 10 year old resolution and turning the AA off. It wasn't the TV which made it look bad either. The show looks great whenever I can catch it live on a rerun. Plus I watched the Amazon version on both the TV and my PC and both versions looked like trash. When it was streamed on Netflix I had none of these problems.

Well this is just added to a growing list of reasons to get rid of the Amazon prime sub. Keep making the choice easier on us. I'm sure you'll be very successful as a streaming service when you have nothing worth watching on it.
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