Alright! Time to review them Kyoshi Warriors... and their episode.
This episode was another good one. That was adorable, watching Aang trying to impress Katara. It's always Katara, Katara, Katara, never Katara and
Sokka, but just Katara. Reminds me of me when I try to impress the ladies. I try hard and they never realize I exist.
That reminds me, I wonder how much time passed between episode 103 and this one. Aang already trained Momo to fetch marbles, and he already seemed domesticated. Guess Aang has quite a way with animals.
Even when he rides the elephant-koi fish he tells only Katara to watch him. Doesn't seem to give a flying bison turd about Sokka. When she leaves the scene what does Aang do? He gets his feelings hurt. Oh well, all us guys have been there at least once. Right, guys?
That scene where Aang runs across the water away from the Unagi was great. His eyes looked all distorted, like looking through a clear screwdriver handle. He did something wrong, though. He crashed into Sokka and not Katara! He shows all this infatuation for her, but doesn't even use this great opportunity to tackle her? Could Aang be confused about his orientation? Or, maybe he was just focused on trying to get away from a giant eel. I suppose we'll never know.
That foaming mouth guy rules. I wish I could do that, get all excited, create all this foam, and then pass out. In real life I think it's called getting drunk.
I liked Iroh's reaction when Zuko found out where Aang was and took the fish away. He was all like:
Iroh: Man, I wanted some fish. I been craving fish for weeks. I get fish and he takes my fish away! I want my fish! No lightning lesson for Prince Zuko today!
Oh, that fish looked very delicious. Now I'm craving fish! I want some eel, too! Time to head to the nearest sushi bar after this review.
I have one thought about the breakfast scene where they eat those sweets. Katara looks at a piece all confused or something, then Aang tells her to take a bite out of a piece he just took a bite out of. Then, she starts to eat like a pig. Maybe she just wanted some, uhh... flavoring from Aang, maybe?
Aang's mini adventure with with those girls and Bob Ross defied all things I thought I knew about art and architecture. That bridge they ran across was arched vertically at its end points. Also, Bob Ross drew those girls and Aang with just one stroke of the brush. Well, that's how awesome he is, I guess. The way he mumbles also sounds like the real Bob Ross. Now all he needs is the huge afro.
Sokka got pwned by 'a bunch of girls.' About time, too. I didn't like his chauvinistic attitude. Glad they didn't do it by having his butt kicked by girls just for its own sake. He learns that he shouldn't judge people by their gender.
Oh, and that part where Aang catches him wearing a dress made me laugh uncontrollably. You know that won't be the last Sokka hears of that, but that won't happen for a LONG while.
Aang and Katara's little fight scene was so adorable, and the way they looked after the fight. Total remorse.
Oh boy, what mean little girls! Always expecting some great fun with the Avatar 24/7, and when he fails to deliver they toss him aside like yesterday's new dress. At least Katara showed up and they made up. I always thought girls held grudges for weeks before forgiving anybody. Now there's another reason why I like Katara.
Aang got lucky when the Unagi threw him close to shore. What would've happened if he got thrown farther out to sea?
Pshh, I'm sure we have nothing to worry about. He probably would've just entered the Avatar State and then make enough sushi rolls to end world hunger.
Too bad Katara knows waterbending. That could've made for a nice CPR scene when she got Aang out of the water. If she doesn't know CPR, then it's a good thing she knows waterbending.
That was awesome watching the Kyoshi Warriors fighting Zuko and his firebenders. That part where Aang uses those fans to blow Zuko into a house was great. That windup he did reminded me of when a breakdancer tried to teach me that move. He couldn't even do it himself and then I come along and show him how it's done. Haha, I feel so superior now!
Even in the midst of fighting, Sokka can't help but flirt with the girls. Can you believe it? He's only known Suki for a few days and she's already kissing him! Does she have no dignity? At least Katara waited for her relationship to develop.
Oh wait, never mind. I forgot about suave and sexy pretty-boy Jet.
I loved the ending. This is how I see it every time I see it.
Aang: I know, I know, that was stupid and dangerous.
Katara: Yes, it was. *runs to hug Aang*
Aang: (to himself) Oh, you smell so good!
Well, off to the sushi bar now.
I give this episode a 10.