Avatar: The Last Airbender

Season 2 Episode 12

The Serpent's Pass

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Aired Friday 6:30 PM Sep 15, 2006 on Nickelodeon
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  • An episode that epitomes the series sense of adventure, creativeness, and originality.

    8.5

    This episode epitomes the series sense of adventure, creativeness, and originality. The viewer is treated with beautiful and creative landscapes, and gets to see the old world charm of technology and unique creatures. The episode brings in many good characters and ties in many plots throughout the series. It is also the gateway to a new start in the series that leads to the stories of living in Ba Sing Se (the largest city in the Earth Kingdom, and possibly their world).


    Character development is deep, and action is good. There is even romance and many plot tie ins. So you will want to be knowledgeableof the series before jumping into this episode.



    The episode also makes great use of a cliff hanger at the end of the episode, so be prepared when watching anything in this series. It's hard to start right in the middle.

  • The Serpent's Pass

    9.5
    The Serpent's Pass was a really superb and entertaining episode of Avatar The Last Airbender. I enjoyed watching this episode because it was full of character and plot development as well as action, drama, intrigue, and adventure. Appa still has not been found and the gang encounter other refugees, one of whom is about to give birth. There were some great scenes and lots of humor as well as a little romance. I think the characters revealed more of themselves in this episode. It was awesome when the gang were trying to get tickets for the ferry and Toph just went in and used her Family's Papers which made everyone gravel before her. I look forward to the next episode of Avatar The Last Airbender!!!!!!!
  • Meeting up with some familiar faces.

    8.5
    This is a nice surprise; some old faces make a reappearance such as Suki and Jet with Suki teaming up with Aang and his crew and Jet and his league of refugee teens ganging up with the outcast Zuko. You'd automatically think that with so much nostalgic characters in one episode it's an instant hit, right? Well not really; not that this episode isn't great, because it was still a good watch, but some of the morals and lessons that were went over were kind of rushed. Sokka's issue with being overprotective over Suki has potential, but it jumped the ship too fast and with Suki leaving the cast, this is an issue that might not be solved again. Aang's situation is a bit better because it was already covered in the previous episode. Still a very good episode.
  • Aang and the gang travel with a small group of nomads to get to Bah Sing Seh...

    9.5
    To get to Bah Sing Seh, Aang and the gang hope to travel on board a ferry. However, they are unable to get tickets because they don't allow pets on board. Toph gets tickets by showing proof of her social status and explaining that Momo is her seeing eye lemur. The gang does not take the ferry, however, because the nomads that also need to get to the city were not able to get tickets. Aang agrees to lead them through the dangerous Serpent's Pass. Suki, having been a guard at the ferry, agrees to accompany them. On the trail, Aang and Katara fight a giant serpent, Suki and Sokka kiss, and Katara helps deliver a baby the nomad parents named Hope.
  • the gaang have to pass a dangerous bridged or whatever it is!

    9.5
    me again, hello people or actually there isnt gonna be any people reading this so i can write anything i want woo hoo! man im bored and i need to finish season 2 woo hoo damm it thi is so boring i think i should get a drink when im done with this review, yeah thats what i should do ahh 40 more words and i got nothing to say except repeating myself every review 25 left. if anyone reads this pm me . why...? because i wanna talk to someone so theres your answer 5 more now i am done
  • coolness

    10
    When Aang and the gang meet up with a group of refugees, they tell the gang where they can get on a ferry to Ba Sing Se. But after a series of events they have to take a deadly route called the serpent's pass with the help of an old friend, Suki. Meanwhile Zuko and Iroh meet up with a boy named Jet and his freedom fighters. Can Aang and the gang trust to hope to get them out of the treacherous Serpent's Pass? I loved the George in the episode and it was very exciting to watch them get past the serpent
  • great episode

    9.9
    loved watching this episode mostly because it was both thrilling and entertaining at the same time. In the beginning I had no idea what to expect and things seemed to change frequently causing great anticipation. When Suki was reintroduced was when I started paying more attention because there had to be a reason for her to be in it from the beginning. theserpent fight, and the journy was interesting and cool. This episode had got better character developement, and when you finally think they got to ba sing se safely, all goes wrong. the firnation is leading an attack on it as they speak.
  • Suki's back!

    10
    This is one of my most favorite episodes in Season 2
    We see Aang "not care" and hopeless after loosing appa then meeting Suki along seeing her without makeup. We see Sokka being overprotective of Suki because he cares for her. Sokka was hilarious in this episode! "Oh great and powerful sea serpent please accept this humble and tasty offering! Thank you!" LOL. This episode also shows Toph's Slight crush on Sokka and accidently kissing suki. The Action Scenes was very awesome Aang and katara displayed very amazing waterbending. I really like the ending where Aang Tells katara how much he cares for appa and her and thus, he hopes once more to find appa, also the romantic scene of suki saying goodbye to Sokka and Sokka Kissing her showing he loves Suki as much as she does. This episode is pure WIN!
  • This episode has some of the best landscaping and animation in Avatar.

    9.9
    "The serpents pass" was indeed a fairly good episode. Humor, ties between characters and of course, the cabbage man. But if you remember the scenes and backgrounds in the episode, wouldn't you agree that some of the best landscapes are in there? For example, in the beginning of the episode, there is a water fall and cliff side, with bits of green and an enclosed environment. In full moon bay, there is the overhead view of the ship exiting the harbor that looked cool, as you could see the crest of the cave covering the docks and sheltering the bay in the shade. And the serpent's pass itself is a creative winding pathway, in all dimensions. One of the most beautiful shots I saw (I wouldn't have taken much notice if I wasn't listening to the commentary) Was while every one was camping, you get a look down the winding serpent's pass from the most lateral point on the path. The sun sets and shading and light made all of the characters full of life, like the landscape itself.
  • The gang was forced into a passage called the Serpent Pass, along with them was a friend from long time ago.

    9.6
    The gang was determined to send a group of refugees to safety and took on the Serpent Pass. During the journey, they encountered a giant sea monster and it took Aang and Katara a lot of effort to took it down. Suki once again revealed her feelings towards Sokka, and Sokka accepted it, but under the full moon represent by Yue, his old love, he hesitated. He finally made up his mind the the sun rised, and gave Suki an answer.
    A great episode with action and love in it, Aang finally got out of his depressing moment, he realized his mood wasn't going to help him to find Appa, what he need was hope, a hope to find Appa on another day.
  • Excellent!!!

    10
    The scene opens with Aang, Toph, Momo and Katara enjoying a short refreshing break in a pool of water at the base of a waterfall while Sokka reviews the maps they acquired from the Spirit Library. After accidentally soaking the maps with a waterbending bomb (similar to doing a cannonball in a pool), Katara uses her waterbending to extract the water from the maps. The group then huddles around the map to discuss which direction they should go – the Serpent's Pass appears to be the most direct route. Just as they decide Serpent's Pass is what they will head toward, a group of three Earth Kingdom refugees approach and greet the gang. Hearing Aang's group's plans to go through Serpent's Pass (a route for only the desperate) the Earth Kingdom trio convince Aang's group to go to Full Moon Bay to take a ferry to Ba Sing Se. After arriving at the hidden Full Moon Bay Ferry station, Katara is amazed to see how many refugees there are awaiting transportation. Unknown to the group, a ferry which has just departed has not only Uncle Iroh and Prince Zuko disguised as Mushi and Li, but also three former Freedom Fighters, Jet, Smellerbee and Longshot. Jet manages to convince Zuko into liberating some food from the captain. Meanwhile, back at Full Moon Bay, the ticketmaster refuses to allow the Cabbage Merchant to bring on any vegetables as they may have parasites. Aang then approaches the ticketmaster and requests four tickets. She refuses as he does not have a passport, no animals are allowed and she refuses to believe Aang is the Avatar as she sees 50 a day. Aang backs away as Toph approaches with her family crested documents and the ticket master practically falls over herself to accommodate Toph by granting passage to the four of them (and allowing Momo as her seeing-eye-Lemur). Just as Sokka is celebrating their score of the tickets, he's grabbed at the neck by a guard asking for tickets and passports. Not recognizing her until she kisses him on the cheek, Sokka is surprised by a clean faced Suki greeting them. As they catch up on old times and Suki is told of Appa's disappearance, the trio that was traveling with Aang's group calls up to them in desperation as their tickets and passports had been stolen. Despite Aang's appeal to the ticketmaster, she will not allow the trio onto the ferry. Therefore, Aang decides he will lead them all through the Serpent's Pass. As the group heads to the Serpent's Pass, Suki joins them although Sokka seems to have some misgivings which he doesn't voice. The group arrives at the Serpent's Pass and Katara reads the inscription on the post at the entrance stating they should abandon hope. As they head along the pass, they see a Fire Nation ship in the lake. Suddenly, the rock path gives way underneath one of the refugees, but Toph manages to save him. Unfortunately, the rock fall attracts the attention of the Fire Nation ship, which begins firing at the group. Aang deflects fireballs from the group, but one manages to make a hit. After pushing Suki out of the way of rock debris from a Fire Nation blast, Sokka is sure to be hit, but Toph earthbends a barrier to deflect the rock. Instead of thanking Toph, Sokka focuses on getting Suki out of harm's way. This rightfully annoys Toph, but she quickly follows the group. As night falls, Sokka again acts overprotective of Suki, which baffles her. Back on the ferry, Zuko, Jet and Smellerbee sneak up into the captain's private food storeroom and liberate some food. Long Shot shoots up a line for them to escape, which is then pulled out once the group is back on the lower deck disguising the escape route. As Aang looks out over the water, Katara lets Aang know it's alright to miss Appa. She asks why he's keeping his emotions in check and Aang replies that he didn't like how his anger changed him in the desert. Katara encourages Aang to not give up on hope and attempts to give him a hug, but Aang simply bows and thanks her for her concern. As Sokka is looking at the moon, Suki approaches him and comments on its beauty. She asks him why he's being so over-protective and he tries to explain about how he was unable to protect someone at the North Pole and he doesn't want that to happen to anyone else he cares about. Suki, in a roundabout way, tells Sokka she has missed him and the two almost kiss, but Sokka claims he can't. Suki apologizes, but Sokka says it's not her fault. As the ferry continues its passage to Ba Sing Se, Jet hands out food to other passengers, while Iroh comments that Smellerbee is an unusual name for a young man, Smellerbee says, "Maybe it's because I'm a girl," and storms off. Long Shot seems to calm her down. Jet sits with Iroh and Zuko and thinks about how great it will be to see the wall of the great city. Iroh says it is a sight to behold as he saw it once when he was a different man. Jet says he's going there for a new beginning and Iroh says to Jet, but appears to be directing the words at Zuko, that people deserve a second chance. The next morning at the Serpent's Pass, the group hits a section which is completely submerged by the lake. Initially discouraged, the group is brought together as Katara tells everyone to get in a single file line as she parts the water for them to walk the path. Aang helps out and they create a bubble for them to walk in. Momo jumps into the water looking to catch some fish when suddenly something large swims by. The bubble is burst by the creature, Toph earthbends the floor of the path high enough to get them above the waterline. The creature circles them and then shows itself. As Sokka states, we now know why it's called the Serpent's Pass. Aang tells Katara to get the others to safety as he distracts the serpent. Katara makes an ice bridge for the others to cross and then heads out on top of the water to assist Aang. Sokka encourages Toph to cross the ice, but mid-way the serpent smashes the bridge sending Toph into the water. Suki rescues her, but thinking it was Sokka, who had called out to Toph that he was coming for her, Toph kisses Suki instead, an embarrassed Toph says "You can go ahead and let me drown now." Aang and Katara make a huge whirlpool spinning the serpent, which eventually gets knocked out as it hits one of the pass' walls. The group completes its trek to the other side of the pass and they see the wall of Ba Sing Se. Unfortunately for Sokka's smooth sailing plans, the pregnant refugee goes into labor. Katara takes charge again and designates jobs to everyone as they prepare to help the woman deliver her baby. Jet tells Zuko that from the scar he knows who he is, which immediately puts Zuko on the defensive, but Jet says he's an outcast like himself and they need to have each other's back. Zuko states he's realized that being on one's own isn't always the best path. Katara helps deliver the baby and they others go right in to see, except for Aang, but Katara tells him he has to see so he heads in. Amazed, Aang's expression changes from discouraged to encouraged. As the couple thinks of a name, Aang tears up and says "I've been going through a really hard time lately, but you've made me… hopeful again." The mother says she knows what they should name their daughter – Hope. The husband agrees. Later Aang tells Katara he thought he was being strong, but he was really running away from his feelings. Seeing the family full of love reminded him of how he feels about Appa and about her. They embrace as the others walk toward them. Aang says he's going to try to find Appa and they wish him luck. Suki tells Sokka she needs to get back to her warriors and Sokka is surprised to realize she came to protect him. Suki apologizes for the previous night, but Sokka stops her with a kiss. Aang reaches the wall and majestically ascends to the top only to be shocked to see a huge mechanical drill with the Fire Nation emblem emblazoned upon it. Aang turns to Momo and says "Sorry Momo, Appa is going to have to wait." Retrieved from "http://avatar.wikia.com/wiki/The_Serpent%27s_Pass_%28Episode%29"
  • Another great episode.

    9.4
    This episode was a great introduction to "Secret of the Fire Nation's" finale of "The Drill". Suki came back in this episode, she was always a favorite of mine. My favorite part of the episode, either when Suki saved Toph from drowning; or when Ying was having a baby! Having a baby?! During an episode of Avatar?! Now, that was cool! Well, the Suki and Toph part was probably better. This is an "Adventurous" episode. There was a lot of romance in this episode, too. Also, the kiss between Suki and Sokka. I support them, I want them to end of together. The hug between Aang and Katara disgusted me. I don't want them to end up together. Overall, great episode, I give it a 9.4.
  • A nail biting episode

    10
    In this avatar the last airbender episode, aang and the gang are going to ba sing sa. they come up to a thing called the serpants pass. they travel across it with this other family that is making there way to ba sing sa. on there way, they come face to face with the serpant. the serpant breaks the ice and toph falls in. someone saves her, and toph kisses her. she thought it was sokka and got all embrassed. in the end, they come to the end and the other family has a baby. they named it hope in the way they got throught the serpants pass

    overall, this is a great episode.
  • Aang and his friends are prevented from taking the easy route into Ba Sing Se while escorting a family of refugees and are faced with the challenge of making their way through the deadly Serpent's Pass.

    9.5
    the episode begins with the group relaxing by a waterfall, Sokka is reading a map, Toph is splashing her feet in the water, while Aang creates ice around himself to float in the pool. Katara comes leaping off a cliff, waterbending a splash that soaks everyone, including Sokka and his map. Katara apologizes and bends the water out of the map, drying it before it can be damaged.

    Sokka tells the others that the only possible route to Ba Sing Se is a narrow strip of land called The Serpent's Pass. It's dangerous, but it's their only chance, as they no longer have Appa to carry them over the channel. Katara chastises Sokka for bringing Appa up, but Aang says that he wants to focus on informing the leaders of the Earth Kingdom about the solar eclipse.The group is about to leave, when they run into a family of refugees: Tahn, his pregnant wife; Ying, and his sister. Katara invites them to travel with them, but the family tells them that the Serpent's Pass is far too dangerous. Instead, they plan on traveling via an underground ferry system that leads refugees to Ba Sing Se. Aang and the others agree to travel with them.

    The group arrives at the station, unaware that Zuko and Iroh are on a departing ferry. Iroh, as usual, is taking things in stride, but Zuko is angry (more so than usual) at the squalid conditions he has to live under, particularly the barely-edible food given to the passengers on the ferry. A young man offers Zuko his sympathy. It's Jet along with Longshot and Smellerbee. Jet has a plan to get some better food from the ship's captain, and wants to know if Zuko wants in, too. The exiled prince quickly accepts after throwing his bowl of disgusting food overboard.

    Back at the station, the clerk is turning out to be extremely strict and ruthless, and happens to have a Platypus Bear to enforce her rules, much to the dismay of a certain cabbage merchant. Aang requests four tickets, but is denied as he has no passport. Sokka reveals Aang's identity as the Avatar, but as of late, a great deal of people have been posing as the Avatar, and the clerk is not impressed. Besides, no animals (Momo) allowed. Toph steps forward and presents her family seal to the ticket master, showing that she is a member of the Bei Fong family, and claims that Momo is her "Seeing-eye Lemur". The sight of her prestigious family's seal quickly changes the tune of the clerk, who immediately grants them four tickets.

    As they move to the ferry, Sokka is happy that they managed to get past the clerk, until a stern-faced girl in a security uniform jerks him back, demanding to see his passport and ticket. Sokka seems to recognize the girl, but can't quite identify her... until she gives him a kiss on the cheek. Sokka immediately recognizes her as Suki, the leader of the warriors of Kyoshi Island, who looks a lot different without all her makeup on.

    The following reunion is happy, but the pregnant family shows up again, looking for Aang. Someone has stolen all their belongings, including their passports and tickets. Aang tries to get the clerk to give them replacements, but she refuses, complaining that she can't bend the rules. If she did, there'd be no laws and regulations and the civilization would end. She even refuses to allow them to use Toph's tickets. With no other choice for the family, Aang gives up their tickets, and offers to guide them through the Serpent's Pass.

    As they leave, Suki, back in her traditional Kyoshi dress, catches up to them, asking to go with them. Sokka, knowing that it will likely be dangerous, is reluctant to let her come with them, but soon gives in.

    The group reaches the pass, which, seemingly against its name, is very straight, but very narrow. Much of it is barely wide enough for people to pass through single file. The family seems to lose hope, and Aang says that perhaps it is best that they do abandon their hope, and instead focus on the present need to cross the pass.

    As the group travels along a sheer cliff side, Suki points out Fire Nation forces patrolling the water, telling them that they are rumored to be working on a secret project. As they continue, Tahn falls when the ground under him crumbles. Toph saves him, but the falling rocks draw the attention of the patrol ship, which launches a fireball at them. Aang leaps into action, knocking the ball back and striking their engines. The ship returns fire, hitting the rock-face above them, and sending debris falling towards Suki. Sokka pushes Suki out of the way, and Toph saves him by deflecting the rocks. Sokka is too worried about Suki's safety to be thankful to Toph for saving his life, which annoys Toph. The group runs to the shelter of an outcropping wall of rock, leaving the ship behind to tend to its damage.

    That night, Sokka is becoming overprotective of Suki, insisting that she not sleep so close to the edge, in case it breaks off. After he moves her sleeping mat he screams and pushes her away from her mat. She inquires what's wrong, Sokka is calm and tells her that he thought he saw a spider.

    Meanwhile, on the ferry, Zuko and Jet sneak into the ship's galley and steal some rice and fowl while Smellerbee keeps lookout. They escape smoothly with the food before any of the guards notice their presence.Back at the pass, Katara talks to Aang, concerned about his attempts to suppress his emotions. Aang remembers how destructive he was when he entered the Avatar State, and is trying to keep himself in check. Katara tells him that while caring and hope may hurt sometimes, she doesn't want him to hold everything inside. Aang thanks her for her concern, but is still unconvinced. Elsewhere, Suki finds Sokka staring at the moon. Sokka explains that he's being so overprotective because of someone he lost (Yue) before, at the North Pole. Suki tells Sokka about someone she cared for, and lost as well, although he only went away. Sokka starts to get jealous, not realizing that she's talking about him. Suki moves in to kiss him, but Sokka, feeling guilty to kiss her in front of the moon, turns away.

    On the ferry, Jet and the freedom fighters are distributing their stolen food amongst the other passengers. Iroh accidentally insults Smellerbee when he mistakes her for a boy. She storms off angrily, but is stopped by Longshot, who gives her a look. Smellerbee thanks Longshot for reminding her not to worry about the words of others as long as she has confidence in herself. Jet sits down with Zuko and Iroh to talk about Ba Sing Se. Jet seems to be repentant of his previous actions, and wants to start over.

    That morning, Aang's group comes to a large setback: A portion of the pass is currently underwater. Katara steps forward, parting the waters to allow them to pass. As the path gets deeper, Aang helps her, forming a bubble of air for them to walk underwater safely. Momo, seeing the fish swimming by, jumps out into the water to catch one, but quickly jumps back in when something huge swims by. As it turns out, Serpent's Pass is named (and feared) not for its shape, but for the gigantic sea serpent that swims in the surrounding waters. The serpent attacks the bubble, forcing Toph to raise the sea-floor under their feet to bring them up to the surface. This strands them in the middle of the water, with the serpent circling around. Aang attacks the serpent, telling Katara to get the others across while he distracts it. Katara creates an ice bridge for the others to cross, then leaps to help Aang without a second thought. The others cross, except for Toph, who is afraid to go, until the serpent slams the ground behind her. She begins to cross, until the serpent destroys the ice, sending her into the water. Sokka calls that he's coming after her, but Suki dives in first and saves her. Toph, thinking that it was Sokka, gives Suki a kiss on the cheek, before Suki can tell her the truth, much to Toph's embarrassment, stating "You can go ahead and let me drown now."

    Together, Aang and Katara manage to drive off using waterbending to create a large whirlpool and slam the serpent,into the cliff. The group finally crosses the Serpent's Pass, just in time for the mother to go into labor. Katara, who's had experience in birthing children, quickly takes charge.

    The baby, a girl, is born with no complications, thanks to Katara. Aang, seeing the family coming together, renews his hope, which is what the family decides to name the baby. Aang decided to go on ahead to find Appa, but before he goes, he trys to tell Katara how he feels about her. As Aang leaves, Suki also gets ready to return to her comrades, telling Sokka that she went with him to make sure that he got through safely. She tries to apologize to Sokka for coming on to him the night before, but he silences her with a kiss.

    Meanwhile, Aang flies over to the wall of Ba Sing Se, where he makes a terrible discovery: A massive drill, escorted by Fire Nation tanks, is approaching the wall.
  • great episode

    9.4
    loved watching this episode mostly because it was both thrilling and entertaining at the same time. In the beginning I had no idea what to expect and things seemed to change frequently causing great anticipation. When Suki was reintroduced was when I started paying more attention because there had to be a reason for her to be in it from the beginning. theserpent fight, and the journy was interesting and cool. This episode had got better character developement, and when you finally think they got to ba sing se safely, all goes wrong. the firnation is leading an attack on it as they speak.
  • Some of the very best bending and relationship development galore!

    10
    This is one of the very best Avatar episodes! I know I could just about say that about them all but this one is particularly good. I know that there is totally off-the-scale-bending going on in this episode and of course Toph kissing Suki thinking her to be Sokka is hilarious but for me there is no better proof of the SOLID love relationship or understanding between Katara and Aang than in this episode. Everyone likes to credit ~The Cave of Two Lovers~ with that distinction but for me after baby Hope is born and Aang clearly states to Katara that thinking about his feelings for Appa has him thinking about his feelings for her as well, there is no question that Katara knows he loves her and since all she did was smile and cry in response, it's pretty clear she loves him too. A wonderful episode through and through!
  • It was great I cant wait for more like this one!I also cant wait for sesson 3 : )

    9.5
    I thought the atmosphere of the episode was mistical with background of the serpent's pass.It should
    have been TVPG insted of TY7 on the "V"-chip.Because of the
    way that there was child birth in the episode.Also the romance parts with sokka and suki.but maybe not.

    That was funny when sokka fanted when he saw the woman they were traveling with giving birth (parents that was not shown!).Aang was so sad/depressed about appa benging solen and then traded to the earth kingdom.It was a more emotional/serious type of episode.the creators should make more "avatar hits"as I call it,like this episode.I also hope they put in season three,what happen to the kyoshi warriors in that one episode.and more sokka and suki romance parts in season 3.great episode I liked it,must watch!!!
  • Cool episode!!! Cool everything!!!!!!!1

    9.9
    When Aang and the gang meet up with a group of refugees. They tell the gang where they can get on a ferry to Ba Sing Se. But after a series of events they have to take a deadly route called the serpent's pass with the help of an old friend, Suki. Meanwhile Zuko and Iroh meet up with a boy named Jet and his freedom fighters. Awesome episode!! And the kataang part was nerve-wracking in a good way. I always watch this episode!!
  • An OK episode. Not my favorite, but still great. (Like all Avatar episodes.)

    9.5
    The Serpent's Pass was part of the 1 hour movie special The Secret of the Fire Nation. As usual, Nick hyped it up SOOO much, way more than they should have. The episode was awesome and all, but there's no way it could have lived up to all that hype. Nothing could. But the episode was good all the same. Suki, Jet and his gang returned, there were some awesome bending scenes, Zuko showed off some of his amazing swordsman skills, and Iroh and Sokka were hilarious (as usual). So all and all, The Serpent's Pass was a really good episode.
  • This episode is about the Gaang trying to make it safely to Ba Sing Se. Unfortunately is doesn't go quite as planned.

    9.0
    I loved watching this episode mostly because it was both thrilling and entertaining at the same time. In the beginning I had no idea what to expect and things seemed to change frequently causing great anticipation. When Suki was reintroduced was when I started paying more attention because there had to be a reason for her to be in it from the beginning. I loved when Toph assumed she was Sokka, that part was hilarious and really brought out Tophs personality a bit more. Another great part I thought was the whole ending scene. I am a strong supporter of Suki and Sokka having a relationship as well and Aang and Katara so I thought is was important to the story to further introduce their passions for each other.
  • Finally a new Avatar (for me that is).

    10
    I love the humour, action and characters. I have been waiting for a new episode to come on TV since December of 2006. On Saturday, they finally played 'The Serpent's Pass'. I loved that the gangs are getting stronger, and more confident in their powers. I hope Zuko's new gang and Aang's get together and fight the fire nation together. Aang needs to learn fire bending from someone, right? Poor Toph, I hope she doesn't get her heart broken, eventhough she really made we laugh when she thought she was saved by Sokka. This show gets better every episode. Can't wait till they find Apa.
  • this episode is about the gaang helping a couple expecting a baby.

    9.5
    I think this is a great episode! The serpents pass has weird creatures action love an obstical needed to be over come. I was also happy this episode had Suki in it i love the inter action between her and sokka.Also i can't help but love the teamwork between jet and zuko they just make an awesome team. how about that look iroh has when jet says the crew is eating like a fat king. This episode is exactly why i watch avatar it combines all the things i love in a good tv show to make 1 kick a$$ show. this episode is a good example of that!
  • Aang and the gang help a family to get to ba sing se by going through the serpants pass.

    8.9
    Aang, Katara, Sokka, Toph and Momo help a family to get to ba sing se by going through the serpants pass. Suki tags along to help Aang and the gang. This was a good episode. My favorite part of this episode was when Aang, Katara Sokka, Toph and Momo were trying to get a ticket to get to ba sing se. My favorite part was when Aang, Katara, Sokka, Toph, Suki and Momo go through the serpants pass. My third favorite part of this episode that was my favorite was when Aang sees and tells Katara, Sokka, Toph and Momo that there is a big drill ( fire nation drill ) heading to ba sing se.
  • the gaang travels through the serpents pass.

    9.5
    i liked seeing kataras hair down again. seeing suki again was great! she looks great without her make up, and im glad that her and sokka still like each other, to bad she tryed to kiss him when yue was up, she even mentioned the moon, that was a bad move but it still all workd out, i was sad that she had to leave though. sokka trying to protect her was cute though, i almost pissed in my pants when he thought he saw a spider, poor suki though she didnt need to be protected. sokka annoyed me when he saw the serpent, he like panicked, i wish he would have used his brain there. toph was cool in this episode saveing everyone, good for her! but i thought she was stupid when she wouldnt get on the ice, though it was also stupid that no one went to help her. we get a hint that she might have a crush on sokka, i dont like that at all, though it was cute how she acted. katara doing a moses was amazing! to bad when the serpent started to attack them she was like helpless. ha ha ha all the other avatars were funny looking. poor aang, i kinda liked him this way but i did miss his sweet side, i thought i was stupid how a lady having a baby helped him, its not that magical. oh well though. but the mom saying she wanted a origanal name and then nameing her baby something so cilche like hope, i rolled my eyes so much i thought they would pop out of my head. jets back... oh what fun. i liked irohs line though 'what kind of king is he eating like?','the fat happy kind' it was funny and then when iroh called smellerbee a boy, that was funny, i thought she was a boy to, i like long shot all he did was stand there. zuko helping jet was interesting... i liked how he got the bowls but useing the swords seemed abit rediculus. jet claims to have changed so ill give him the benifit of the dought, but i dont think he has. he asked zuko to be apart of his gang... im not sure if i want him to say no or yes. i noticed how pale zuko is though, he looks almost sickly.
  • the gang find a couple who wants to cross a river to get into ba sing se. the boat doesnt want to take them becouse they dont have a passport, the woman is high pregnant and wants to get into ba sing se before the baby comes...

    9.5
    the gang decides to help the man and woman and they go and cross a pas over the river: the cerpens pass.
    and they dont know what is giong to happen there...
    suki joins them to help them safety though the pass.
    and at the end there is even some romance between suki and sokka.
    they dont get at time for the baby in the citty,
    in a tent katara helps the woman at the birth and there is a healty baby boy.
  • how blonde is katara! aang like soo told her that he liked her and they hug! how pg!

    10
    how blonde is katara! aang like soo told her that he liked her and they hug! how pg! the had a moment and katara just hugged him!!! if there was a better kataang moment then please do tell me!!! but still aang was kind of being a jerk through the whole thing! but at least he got nicer! but the lady said she wanted a unique name? how unique is hope! not unique at all! and katara told toph to make a big earth tent?! that was not big! medium at best! but i enjoyed it other wise. especeally the sokka offering momo as a sacrafice!
  • I have about this episode was the ending. Everything was looking up near the end; everyone was regaining their hope.

    10
    Aang & the others meet with Suki on their search for Appa. They agree to escort a pregnant woman and her husband through the dangerous Serpent's Pass to get to Ba Sing Sei. Suki & Sokka hook up. Zuko meets Jet and steals food from the captain of t For me, this episode brought together the masterful character development in Avatar, especially for Sokka. Sokka, Aang, and Katara are truly different people now than they were at the beginning of the series. Sokka, though still goofy at times, is much more serious, and shows the emotional scar that he was left with after Yue became the new moon spirit. Sokka has also become more, how shall I say.... macho. There is a slight physical change in his appearance since the beginning episodes, and several female characters have made comments showing that they very much approve (Ty Lee in \"The Chase,\" Suki and Toph in this episode). Katara, in recent episodes, has acted much more protective toward Aang (as shown especially in \"The Library\"), and this is the first episode that Aang openly states to Katara that he holds feelings for her. Though their feelings for each other have obviously been growing throughout several episodes, this is a major step to what is likely to become a full-fledged relationship. The only complaint I have about this episode was the ending. Everything was looking up near the end; everyone was regaining their hope. The episode should have ended while Aang was flying up the wall to Ba Sing Sei, on a high note. Instead, all of the development was cheapened by a twist devised to build suspense. Every city Aang and the others has revisited in the second season has had some sort of problem with the fire nation since their first visit. It is too much of a stretch that Ba Sing Sei would be under attack by only a few vehicles, when an entire siege force under Iroh was unable to take the city down. Even if they had kept that in there, they could have introduced it in the next episode, instead of jerking the tone of the episode in an exact opposite direction from where it was headed just before the ending, leaving the viewer thinking \"Not again.\" It was rather reminiscent of the discraceful ending of Pirates of the Carribean 2, which set up for a sequal which seemed irrelevent and unnecessary right at the end of the film. The episode also had excellent action, though not very much. Since the ending was my only complaint and only lasted about five seconds I gave this episode a 10
  • Aang & the others meet with Suki on their search for Appa. They agree to escort a pregnant woman and her husband through the dangerous Serpent's Pass to get to Ba Sing Sei. Suki & Sokka hook up. Zuko meets Jet and steals food from the captain of t

    9.6
    For me, this episode brought together the masterful character development in Avatar, especially for Sokka. Sokka, Aang, and Katara are truly different people now than they were at the beginning of the series. Sokka, though still goofy at times, is much more serious, and shows the emotional scar that he was left with after Yue became the new moon spirit. Sokka has also become more, how shall I say.... macho. There is a slight physical change in his appearance since the beginning episodes, and several female characters have made comments showing that they very much approve (Ty Lee in \"The Chase,\" Suki and Toph in this episode). Katara, in recent episodes, has acted much more protective toward Aang (as shown especially in \"The Library\"), and this is the first episode that Aang openly states to Katara that he holds feelings for her. Though their feelings for each other have obviously been growing throughout several episodes, this is a major step to what is likely to become a full-fledged relationship. The only complaint I have about this episode was the ending. Everything was looking up near the end; everyone was regaining their hope. The episode should have ended while Aang was flying up the wall to Ba Sing Sei, on a high note. Instead, all of the development was cheapened by a twist devised to build suspense. Every city Aang and the others has revisited in the second season has had some sort of problem with the fire nation since their first visit. It is too much of a stretch that Ba Sing Sei would be under attack by only a few vehicles, when an entire siege force under Iroh was unable to take the city down. Even if they had kept that in there, they could have introduced it in the next episode, instead of jerking the tone of the episode in an exact opposite direction from where it was headed just before the ending, leaving the viewer thinking \"Not again.\" It was rather reminiscent of the discraceful ending of Pirates of the Carribean 2, which set up for a sequal which seemed irrelevent and unnecessary right at the end of the film. The episode also had excellent action, though not very much. Since the ending was my only complaint and only lasted about five seconds I gave this episode a 9.6.
  • This was the best episode ever. i loved it.

    10
    Katara showed some really cool waterbending moves. Toph relly help out in this episode as well as Momo.I couldn't believe that Toph couldn't swim. She's such a fierce earthbender. To me she's the best earthbender in the whole show. From watching this episode it seems like Toph has a crush on Sokka. The problem is that he likes Suki and Suki likes him. Jet also returned to the show and some of his friends did too. Jet found out that Iroh was a firebender when noticed that his cold tea was hot. He knew that he had to heat it himself. Zuko slapped the tea out of his hand knowing that it was a foolish move, but all Iroh cared about was losing his tea. I hope that Jet doesn't still like him. Well i can't wait for the next episode because I waited forever for this one.
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    10
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