Discussion in 'The Living Room' started by HypnoToad, Apr 6, 2012.
Just watched episode 6, damn, shit just got real. Awesome episode, I'm liking Lin a lot more now because of this episode.
Plus seeing older Toph and Aang which was cool.
I still need to watch 6. I don't get cable, so I have to find all the episodes online.
It isn't hard to find. Not gonna give you any links but google it, I've been watching everything online
You act like it's a big deal that Nick.com, the official website of Nickelodeon, hosts the episodes online.
How long before they post it up however?
We waited until Sunday but it wasn't up so we found another means of viewing it.
I didn't even know Nick was hosting the episodes online to be quite honest (I've been watching the episodes on other sites) so no, I wasn't acting like it was a big deal.
Btw, not everyone can watch it on Nick.com. I for one can't, it says it's not available where I live.
It's not so bad as I expected, I've already watched 6 episodes
Haha, I know it just sucks because I have to wait a little while after it airs on TV, and people always end up spoiling it for me. F*ckers. xD
I find Amon more annoying than threatening tbh.
. He just kinda rambles. "Blah, blah, blah, bending. Blah, blah, blah, equalists." Whatever.
I have yet to see how Amon is a "madman". He has good reason to be doing what he's doing.
I still need to watch last saturday's episode.
The ferret reminds of that damn pokemon from generation 2.
Just because he has a good reason doesn't mean he's mad. Hell, the best "evil" people use legitimate issues to fuel their needs.
What this last episode showed was SPOILER that Amon isn't afraid to hurt non-benders just out of association. The announcer at the pro-bending arena is a confirmed non-bender and he was taken out.
I mean there's no doubt that he's a bad guy and all that, but I mean at the start where his motives are explained, you can't exactly blame the guy or call him crazy. I just couldn't pin him as an evil villain until he actually did something that could be considered evil.
And if you look back even at The Last Airbender, it's not exactly a secret that non-benders are at the mercy of any and all benders and there's nothing they can do about it. Heck, it's the same issue X-Men occasionally brings up: it would suck to live in a world where a certain group of people had ridiculous supernatural powers and other people didn't, and these people could basically run your life "just because" if they wanted to. Without going as extreme as Amon, I'd totally be with the Equalists.
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