Aang begins his Earthbender training and the team finds an important bit of information that could potentially help them bring down the Fire Nation for good in these two key episodes.
Category: It’s New to Me
This week, we’re treated to an awesome Zuko solo tale and an action-packed three-way throwdown as the quality of Book Two takes a major upswing.
Aang stands up to his haters and finally meets his fated Earthbending trainer in this week’s set of episode reviews.
Team Avatar faces some new foes and receives visions of their past and future in this interesting duo of episodes.
Book Two of AVATAR begins with Aang learning more about his powers and hints of possible sparks between Aang and Katara.
Book One ends with a climactic showdown, a tragic death, and another visit to the Spirit World for Aang.
As Season One reaches its home stretch, Aang and his friends score a major victory against the Fire Nation and finally reach their first destination.
Our heroic trio encounters allies both old and new as they get closer to reaching the first stop on Aang’s quest to battle the Fire Lord.
A new shade of Zuko’s character is revealed and our heroes get a little mushy in this week’s double shot of AVATAR.
Aang gains some people skills and overcomes one of his biggest hangups, while Zuko gains some much-needed depth.
These two episodes shift the focus from Aang and manage to give Katara and Sokka even more depth and appeal. Also, Pirates and Tree Children!
It’s New To Me – AVATAR: THE LAST AIRBENDER (“Winter Solstice Part 1 – The Spirit World” / “Winter Solstice Part 2 – Avatar Roku”)
Aang makes a spiritual connection with his late predecessor and is forced to infiltrate the Fire Nation in order to continue his Avatar training in this deeply compelling two-part tale.
Aang and company still are nowhere near the North Pole, but if their detours are as entertaining as these two episodes, they can take as much time as they like getting there.
Aang , Katara, and Sokka encounter some brief but notable detours in their journey, and the overall world of AVATAR gets further developed.
A brand new cycle of IT’S NEW TO ME begins with the first two episodes of this cult favorite cartoon saga. So when do the Na’vi show up?
One year after the abrupt cancellation of TWIN PEAKS, David Lynch unleashed this dark and divisive prequel into theaters, answering no questions about the show and providing more weirdness for weirdness’ sake. Thanks but no thanks, David.
TWIN PEAKS sacrifices story and character for out-and-out weirdness in its final two episodes, which actually works a lot better than it really should.
TWIN PEAKS races toward its finale with two highly entertaining episodes that hint at a possible tragic ending to the entire show.
Windom Earle goes on the offensive and a weasel goes berserk. Plus, love is in the air for a couple of major characters.
Lots of big changes occur for many characters in these two episodes as Twin Peaks reaches the home stretch of its run. Maybe the show will end strong after all.
Cooper wins out against another foe but soon finds himself threatened by a former colleague. Plus, there may be aliens and stuff.
After resolving its main storyline, TWIN PEAKS tries to hold our attention with new minor characters, a wedding, a death, and David Duchovny in a dress. Sadly, none of them cover up the fact that the show is now running on fumes.
The Laura Palmer case reaches a puzzling but satisfying conclusion, and yet we still have twelve episodes left to go in the series. I’m now beginning to realize why the ratings took such a sharp dive during the latter half of the second season.
The identity of Laura’s murderer is finally revealed, and one more character is killed off. Sadly, neither of them is James. Why must you toy with me, TWIN PEAKS?
Stuff finally starts to happen again as we get a new yet mysterious lead in the search for Laura’s murderer. Plus, David Lynch himself decides to get in on the fun.
For the first time in the series, the subplots start to overtake the main story in these two episodes. Perhaps the magic of the first season is finally starting to wear off.
Cooper finds a new muse, Leland’s sporting a new hairdo, and Audrey gets deeper into trouble as the second season gets underway.
As the first season winds to a close, a lot of sh*t goes down as our heroes get even closer to cracking the Laura Palmer case.
Cooper and company find more clues, Audrey goes undercover, and Leland still can’t get it together in these two super-fun episodes.
As he continues his search for Laura Palmer’s killer, Agent Cooper gets some unexpected help from his own subconscious and uncovers even more secrets within this deceptively quiet mountain town.
In the first entry of PoP!’s newest weekly column, Ben begins his epic journey into David Lynch’s twisted voray into network television to see if it lives up to its cult classic status.