Avatar: The Last Airbender

2005 • Nickelodeon
4.8
6.4K reviews
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Book 3: Fire episodes (16)

1 The Awakening
9/21/07
After sustaining serious injuries at the end of season two, Aang awakens to find himself aboard a Fire Nation ship. Meanwhile, Zuko journeys home.
2 The Headband
9/28/07
To better camouflage themselves as real Fire Nation citizens, the kids check out a Fire Nation school. Avatar dance special. Also, Zuko confronts Uncle.
3 The Painted Lady
10/5/07
When the gang comes to a suffering fishing village, a mysterious spirit appears to help the villagers.
4 Sokka's Master
10/12/07
When Sokka feels he's not contributing enough to the group, he seeks out a mysterious master to teach him the ways of the sword.
5 The Beach
10/19/07
Zuko, Azula, Mai, and Ty Lee go on vacation at Lo and Li's beach house, where they learn a lot about themselves and each other. Meanwhile, the kids face a new enemy.
6 The Avatar and The Firelord
10/26/07
Aang and Zuko are taken on parallel adventures that give them insight into their forefathers' pasts – but how does the tale of Roku and Sozin matter to them now?
7 The Runaway
11/2/07
When Toph discovers a quick way to make cash, Katara disapproves, and the rift between them has disastrous consequences.
8 The Puppetmaster
11/9/07
The kids investigate mysterious disappearances in a spooky town. Katara makes a special connection.
9 Nightmares and Daydreams
11/16/07
On the eve of the eclipse, Aang's anxiety gets the better of him. His dreams become nightmares, and soon he can no longer tell dream from reality.
10 Day of the Black Sun
11/30/07
With the day of the eclipse upon them, the kids -- along with a rag-tag force of old friends -- enact their long-planned invasion of the Fire Nation.

As the invasion force fights their way to the Fire Nation capital, the kids help Aang to find the Firelord in time for the eclipse. But there are a few surprises…
11 The Western Air Temple
7/14/08
When our gang regroups at the Western Air temple, they find someone there they weren't expecting.
12 The Firebending Masters
7/15/08
When it comes time for Zuko to teach Aang Firebending, it turns out Aang is not the only one who needs a lesson. The two set out to learn the true meaning of Firebending from the original teachers.
13 The Boiling Rock
7/16/08
Sokka and Zuko head to the Fire Nation's most heavily guarded prison -- the Boiling Rock -- in hopes to find and break-out the captured invasion force. Sokka and Zuko have to rethink their escape plan after things go wrong. They end up getting help from a few unexpected sources.
14 The Southern Raiders
7/17/08
Katara sets out to confront the Fire Nation soldier who killed her mother. But what will she do when she finds him?
15 The Ember Island Players
7/18/08
The kids see a play about themselves and all their past adventures. But they aren't happy with the production.
16 Sozin's Comet
7/19/08
In the climatic series finale, Zuko confronts Azula, and Aang finally faces the Firelord.

About this show

With the Fire Nation on the brink of global domination, a young girl and her brother discover a 12-year old Airbender who reveals himself as the Avatar. Will this irresponsible kid accept his destiny in time to save the world?
4.8
6.4K reviews
Lindsay Watson
September 7, 2017
This is a review of the product on Google Play, not the show itself. The show is fantastic: the setting, characters, plot, development, lore, animation, voice acting, music, it's all done very well. I would highly recommend this show to both children and adults. I purchased this through my Roku on my television, so I can't speak for other mediums. The visual quality is pretty poor, as the outlines are often pixelated and the picture wouldn't nearly take up the majority of my television screen. The sound for the Nickelodeon logo at the beginning was also much louder than the sound from the show itself. Even though the show came out in the early 2000's, the quality wasn't this bad at all. I remember being incredibly impressed with the animation when watching it on Nickelodeon. On here, it's distracting, and there's no excuse. I would recommend purchasing a high-quality dvd box set instead of on Google Play (each of the 3 seasons are sold separately for about $20 I believe).
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Ian Brassard
August 8, 2019
This show is fantastic, no doubt about that, and I think you'd be hard pressed to find anybody who would describe it as any less than "good." This review is more about Google Play product than the show, however. I've seen others commenting on the visual quality and I have to say, I could not find the same flaws. I bought the HD Complete Series and, after having watched some on both my laptop and my phone, the aspect ratio and resolution are fine, and the visual quality (as a result) is exactly as I expected. The HD version probably isn't necessary, though if you've got the extra cash it certainly won't hurt. If you were to play this on a TV I would just recommend buying the DVD/Blu-ray set, as that will probably retain better quality than casting from your computer will anyway. The one complaint I do have about this product is that the audio level does seem to be a bit too low, even compared to the Nickelodeon intro. Otherwise, a fine product, and exactly what I expected and paid for.
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Grant Alexander Scott
November 15, 2017
This show is one of the greatest animated series of all time; unforgettable characters, compelling story, sublime score and in-depth lore, all with a family-friendly presence to boot. I'd recommend this show to anyone and everyone that is a fan of drama, comedy, action and romance genres. I also should speak for the nostalgic roots this show has for not only myself, but for countless others before me. A great deal of us grew up with this show on Nickelodeon, and it honestly has been aging relatively well since its debut. This is truly a show that parents can bring to their kids, sport the phrase "this is what mommy and daddy grew up with," and have them love it to all heaven and back. Now that I've gone and given a heartfelt speech about this phenomenal piece of media, DO NOT BUY THIS ON THE GOOGLE PLAY STORE IF YOU CARE ABOUT VIDEO QUALITY. If you have other means of getting invested in this show, such as DvD box set or other internet-related streamings and/or purchases, by all means take any other door but this one. However, if you don't mind tolerating atrocious video quality and gruesome pixelated horrors, by all means go ahead and buy the series via this platform.
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