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Avatar the Last Air Bender has helped my heart

Discussion in 'Movies, Music & Television' started by PinkPenguin29, Jun 1, 2020.

  1. PinkPenguin29

    PinkPenguin29 Active Member

    May 24, 2020
    When the show originally aired I only occasionally got an episode here and there, and never got the show in its entirety. Now that it is on Netflix I am very excited to finally to get it in full instead of pieces here and there.

    Watching it in midst of my great worries over the health of my father, my dog's cancer, stress over money because of dental problems and loosing hours because of corona, ect...ect...

    This show has brought me and my husband some peace.

    Is anyone else enjoying the show as much as I am?
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  2. ZebraAspie

    ZebraAspie Well-Known Member

    Feb 24, 2017
    Cartoons can be healing. I swear.
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  3. AngelaS267

    AngelaS267 Well-Known Member

    Oct 28, 2019
    It is one of the best animated series to me. The character development, the world building, the storytelling. It was too beautiful for words.
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  4. FreeDiver

    FreeDiver How long can you hold your breath? V.I.P Member

    Jul 25, 2015
    I agree. Especially for a series made by Nickelodeon. I thought it was a little too mature for the audience that the Nickelodeon channel commanded.
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  5. Nervous Rex

    Nervous Rex High-functioning autistic V.I.P Member

    Dec 9, 2017
    I've been curious about it. My oldest son (now in his 20s) watched it when it was originally on and I caught a few scenes here and there.

    Now my youngest son (age 10) has watched the entire show and told me all his favorite parts.

    He kept telling me, "You should watch it!", so last night I watched the first two episodes with him. I could tell what his favorite parts were because he would keep looking at me to see if I liked that part. Looks like we'll be watching the whole thing together. I'm looking forward to it.
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