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Wu begins his exile with Mako's family, and realizes that he knows nothing about his bodyguard.
The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of The Legend of Korra from 853 votes.
When criminal activity threatens to put Future Industries out of business, Mako sets up a sting operation in an attempt to arrest the culprits. The plan backfires, however, as it drew them away from the company's warehouse when it was being robbed. Mako investigates further and discovers the true culprit.
The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of The Legend of Korra from 926 votes.
Korra attempts to gain support for the Southern Water Tribe from the United Forces, but her request is denied by President Raiko. As a result, she, Bolin, Varrick, and Asami attempt to take matters into their own hands and devise a scheme to send military troops to the South Pole behind the President's back. However, brewing tensions between Korra and Mako complicate things.
The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of The Legend of Korra from 927 votes.
Korra returns to her role as the Avatar, but is she really ready for action? Bolin and Varrick break from Kuvira's army.
The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of The Legend of Korra from 850 votes.
Korra begins her spiritual training under Unalaq. The first step of this training is to travel to the South Pole and open up the spirit portal residing deep within the area. Mako, Bolin, Tonraq, Desna, and Eska come along as well. Tensions between Korra and her father grow as she discovers the truth about his relocation to the Southern Water Tribe.
The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of The Legend of Korra from 805 votes.
Team Avatar and Tenzin's family travel to the Southern Water Tribe to attend the Glacier Spirits Festival. While there, Korra's uncle, Unalaq, attempts to persuade Korra to let him advise her about the spirits, but both Korra's father and Tenzin assert that she needs to focus on her airbending. However, during the festival, Korra discovers that it was her father and Tenzin rather than Aang who kept her locked away, and after a Dark Spirit attacks, Korra breaks off her studies under Tenzin and takes up Unalaq as her instructor.
The episode was rated #6 Worst episode of The Legend of Korra from 991 votes.
As the ProBending Tournament begins, emotions fly between the members of the Fire Ferrets. While Korra and Mako have feelings for each other, they have issues displaying it due to Asami being involved. Bolin attempts to make a move on Korra, but this causes conflicts between Mako and the young Avatar, for Mako is defensive of his younger brother. Tension ensues, causing the team to have difficulty playing in the ring. Will they manage to pull through the tournament? Or will emotions tear apart their chances of greatness?
The episode was rated #7 Worst episode of The Legend of Korra from 924 votes.
Korra returns to Republic City and Team Avatar faces their first mission together in three years when Prince Wu goes missing; Bolin and Varrick are on the lam.
The episode was rated #8 Worst episode of The Legend of Korra from 825 votes.
Kuvira threatens Zaofu; Bolin is caught in the middle of the bad blood between Su Beifong and Kuvira.
The episode was rated #9 Worst episode of The Legend of Korra from 844 votes.
Korra tries to remain neutral as tensions flare between the Northern and Southern Water Tribes. However, things are complicated when the Southerners are talking about preparing for war and a group of rebels try to kidnap Unalaq. Meanwhile, at the Southern Air Temple, Tenzin, Bumi, and Kya all search for Ikki who has ran away after being teased by her siblings.
The episode was rated #10 Worst episode of The Legend of Korra from 949 votes.
The threat of Amon and The Equalists has become apparent to the Republic City Council. Councilman Tarrlok puts forward the motion to create a special task force to combat this new threat, and wishes to recruit Korra to help lead it. Initially, Korra declines, but is eventually persuaded into joining, much to Tenzin's dismay. With the young Avatar joining the task force, Tarrlok will create an even larger divide between benders and non-benders. After a raid on a Equalist training facility, Korra publicly challenges Amon to a duel, in an attempt to bring him out and bring him to justice.
The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of The Legend of Korra from 936 votes.
Prince Wu's big day is ruined by Kuvira; Korra thinks she may have found the key to a full recovery.
The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of The Legend of Korra from 865 votes.
In an attempt to get Judge Hotah to release Tonraq, Korra discovers that Unalaq had set up the trial and his brother's banishment, causing her to break away from him and his teachings. Meanwhile at the Southern Air Temple, Tenzin finds Ikki and they reconcile with their respective siblings
The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of The Legend of Korra from 943 votes.
The team look for Airbenders on a trip to Ba Sing Se.
The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of The Legend of Korra from 900 votes.
It's been three years since Zaheer poisoned Korra and the members of Team Avatar have moved on with their lives; Kai and Opal help a struggling Earth Kingdom town.
The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of The Legend of Korra from 964 votes.
Korra seeks Tenzin's help to enter the Spirit World for the first time. However, their attempts prove to be futile until Jinora comes to Korra's aid. Meanwhile, Mako and Asami rekindle their relationship, though Mako's investigation into Varrick's affairs lead to the firebender's arrest.
The episode was rated #6 Worst episode of The Legend of Korra from 923 votes.
The Fire Ferrets are strapped for cash, as they need to provide funds to enter the upcoming ProBending Tournament. Bolin attempts to help Mako by sourcing some work and ends up in the employ of the Triple Threat Triads. When Mako learns of this, he and Korra attempt to get Bolin out before he gets involved in a gang war. While doing this, they find that Bolin is captured by the Equalists, where he is used in a demonstration to show a terrifying ability that Amon possesses.
The episode was rated #7 Worst episode of The Legend of Korra from 998 votes.
Korra, Mako, Bolin and Asami visit Sao Fu, the city of Metal Clan. Lin does not want to meet her past. Su Jin tells her life story. Air Temple Island training camp has a new recruit.
The episode was rated #8 Worst episode of The Legend of Korra from 887 votes.
Bolin saves the day when President Raiko is mysteriously attacked in Republic City. With Mako arrested, Asami tries to free him and learn who is framing him.
The episode was rated #9 Worst episode of The Legend of Korra from 887 votes.
Korra practices metal bending. Lin takes an acupuncture session. Zaheer, Ghazan, Ming-Hua and P'Li escape Republic City.
The episode was rated #10 Worst episode of The Legend of Korra from 888 votes.
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I really think some people don't understand the history behind the "history" that are watching at all. Many people 'see', but not 'observe'. This series have a lot of connotations, such politics and social, from a showdown with a dictator; unto to release of real feelings. Almost all characters have a full evolution of her personality... even Naga hahaha. At first I agree looks like a little child's series, but think is a masterpiece in all respects. I recommend this series to all public, seen or not any other series of the Avatar's universe. PS. James Cameron's 'Avatar' not included. xD
Characters that didn't have any logic. Annoying rebellious acts for no apparent reasons. "Wise" elder characters who bicker and are useless. Story line was inexcusably weak, character development was pathetic, and it was altogether a bad show. Original Airbender was good, this was not. Teen drama crap.
Just watched all of this in a few days without having seen Avatar at all. I thought it was pretty good. Really liked the animation, the rather adult themes for a kids show, and the world built in the show. Pretty good. I'm sad I only started watching it after it was over.
Season 1: 5/10 - Unfocused Season 2: 3.5/10 - Garbage (It's only here to create retcons and plot holes) Season 3: 5.5/10 - Anarchism rules (Uninteresting villains) Season 4: 6.5/10 - Finally (the only one I enjoyed because has a solid story and a good villain but losts it self mid-way through)! Overall: 5/10
Meanwhile the journey of Aang is about a *human being turning into an Avatar*, *Korra's journey is about an Avatar turning into a human being.* Just as brilliant and as incredible as The Last Airbender. Unfortunelly, some peopole does not sees it that way.
As the successor to Avatar, I feel like many people had their hopes up that it would be the greatest thing ever. This is not the case, and that's OK. The characters tend to fluctuate in their quality, sometimes seeming to develop one way, only to then change in another way. This gives the show a teenage drama-esque feel to it that some may appreciate and others loathe. The villains are representative of flaws in society, from oppression to too much governmental control vs. too little. That being said the issues the villains bring up are never really resolved. The biggest offender of this is season two when the political conflict is completely forgotten to instead focus on [spoiler] giant spirit laser beams [/spoiler]. So while I still think this is a good show in its own right, its definitely no Avatar. But who can top perfection?
What the fuck is this garbage? I'm almost halfway through the second season and half the show so far has been centered around romantic dramas and politics/courtroom dramas—what am I watching? Fucking Suits? Banal, drawn out storylines, deus ex machinas; this show is not even half as good as Avatar.
Starts interesting only to give up, try to fix some flaws in the third and fourth season yet still fall in pure neoliberalist garbage. The best thing will always be Korra's trying to piece herself after years of isolation and finding balance with herself. Everything else, especially the romance subplots, is a failure. Watch this video (and the others from the series by the same user) for a more concrete opinion: https://youtu.be/ModX151Ipgs
It's been years since I finished the series, but as I remember it, the writing for the villains was this series' strongest feature. Most had believable motives and weren't just power hungry or evil for evil's sake. I found myself for rooting for characters like Amon and Zaheer far more than I did for Korra. The show faced many hurdles with its uncertain future, possible cancellation and online-only release, so this may have played a role in some of its shortcomings. It seems clear to me that the creators wanted to push the envelope and flip all the previous tropes upside down, but at times it came at the cost of believability. I found Korra to be an unlikable character in general, even with the personal growth that came out of her traumatic experiences. Many of the other characters feel like soulless copies of archetypes that were successful from A:TLA, with nowhere near the same level of complexity or development as they had. Aside from the characters, season 2 in particular seemed to make a real mess of things. The Avatar origin story was interesting and reasonably well done, but the Power Rangers style spirit battle at the end was just kind of stupid. If you liked _Avatar: The Last Airbender_, then you're more likely to enjoy _The Dragon Prince_, which I find to be the true spiritual successor. It still tackles some sociopolitical issues and doesn't play it safe with subject matter, but it does it in a much more enjoyable and believable way.
Good series. The finale is a little lame though in the very end. Instead of winding up with any of the guys. Korra suddenly realises she is a lesbian...the End.
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Lately, I’ve been re-watching a lot of tv shows I used to watch growing up. Even though it makes perfect sense, I was really surprised how different was my point of view now, than it was ten or fifteen years ago. Suddenly, my favorite characters aren’t the favorites anymore. Besides, I’ve forgotten tons of what was happening, that’s why I had so much fun re-watching everything. I highly suggest you do the same thing!
Because I’m watching so many imaginary scenarios, it’s nice to take a look at things that actually happened every once in a while. The drama from documentaries really feels a lot different than those from series you just know didn’t happen. I love being aware of everything that is or has been going on and Netflix is really great at helping us with that.
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