Avatar: The Last Airbender

Season 1 Episode 9

The Waterbending Scroll

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Aired Friday 6:30 PM Apr 29, 2005 on Nickelodeon
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  • The Waterbending Scroll

    9.5
    The Waterbending Scroll was a really superb episode of Avatar The Last Airbender. I really enjoyed watching this episode because there was a lot of character development for Katara who was struggling with advancing her Waterbending skills, Aang who learned Waterbending quickly, and Zuko in dealing with his Uncle Iro who through circumstance invents a great proverb! I thought this episode had lots of action, drama, intrigue, and character development. The animation was awesome and the over all production a great success. I think the characters are very easy to relate with for a wide audience range. This episode continues the main story lines along and I look forward to watching the next episode of Avatar The Last Airbender!!!!!!!
  • A really great episode!

    9.5
    I don't know why... but I actually really liked this episode, it wasn't realy too important, only for the water bending scroll Katara stole. Really good episode and I think it had good humour, especially when they each stole each others boats (Zuko laughs, its so cute, lol). Anyways, Katara steals a water bending scroll from pirates and Zuko and the pirates eventually find Aang. Pirates want the scroll, Zuko wants the Avatar. Thats what happens. The fight scene was actually pretty funny and I really enjoyed watching it over and over again. Oh, and Katara finds out that Zuko had her mother's necklace, hot! Awesome episode, loved it!
  • Aang and the gang camp out by a lake and travel to an EarthKingdom dock. They meet a ban of pirates who sell stolen items. Katara decides to steal something from the thieves. A Waterbending Scroll. But Katara may end up regretting whens she becomes obsesd

    8.0
    Not one of my favorites to tune into. The beginning started out well with Katara teaching Aangs the basics of waterbending. When he starts doing better than her she gets jealous. I never really saw Katara as a jealous person, and espicially a theif. Katara is supposed to be a strong independent character and now shes running around stealing things and being greedy with the waterbending scroll? Just seems a bit out of character for her.
    The good parts of the episode was the final brawl. I felt alot of tension between Zuko and Katara. And the mix with the pirates made things much better. There was alot of comedy mixed in the fight too it was chaotic and fun to watch. And the final part when they were on the boat was also cool. Another part i wasnt really buying was the ending where basically Katara got what she wanted and was kind of a jerk about it at the end. I dont like seeing Katara like that and she just seems out of character still. She got away with everything in the episode with zero consequences. As for Zuko and Uncle, they were also funny. Iroh is hilarious how he had his Pisho piece with him the whole time. Not the best filler story for a series that has the best filler stories. But it is still entertaining to watch and its not something i would turn from
  • Action packed!

    8.0
    It seems that this episode traded off story for action, but you know what? The quality didn't skip a beat at all, and although it was mostly action, there was still some good character development, specifically between how Katara got jealous of Aang's natural knack for all elemental bending. Although the issues are elementary, the execution of it made it a decent drama to watch. Though it is the action that gave this episode life. The constant battles between the firebenders, Aang, and the pirates were very well choreographed and creative. What's really fun about watching bending at work is how the benders use it during battle.
  • Arrgh! Pirates!

    9.5
    Another great episode! Aang is an air bender, so he should have the most skill and have the element air best mastered for him now, so now next bending in line for him would be water bending. Katara tries to find a good spot for that, but then thye go to a village down by some docks first with some ships at the docking bay. How is this gonna get exciting? By them coming across pirates of course. The gang go around and buy some cool trinkets where they think they might turn out not helpful, but will save their hides in the long run. Once Katara gets that scroll, later on she suprisingly gets mad at Aang for being so good with it already where she has trouble getting the right techniques. But the trouble's only just begun, as Zuko finds them again! But the pirates are after them too! A lot of fighting and commotion! But the good guys win and safely leave the premesis, and best of all is Iroh got his Lotus Tile! This is also the first episode where the pirates come into the show.
  • This is an episode where Katara goes crazy jealous on Aang.

    9.4
    I love this episode for really one reason only: It depects a negative light on Katara. Personally, I don't like Katara. Never have and never will, most likely. She's too perfect and sweet and nice and ugh all the time.

    In this episode, however, we saw her change dramatically. It was our first glimpse at her PMSing ways :) Katara steals the waterbending scroll from Aang and risks everyones' lives because of her selfishness. Katara is known to be selfless and very mother like. In this episode, she was completely contrasted. If you weren't a fan of the show, you might go as far to say that she was OOC. But, au contraire. That is exactly Katara. Underneath it all Katara tries to be nice, but when it comes down to it I don't think she has what it takes.

    Anyone, good episode, but mostly filler. LMAO IROH
  • Aang+Katara=Water Bending

    8.5
    This episode is great about Katara stealing a scroll from pirates to help Aang to learn Water Bending after the warning of Avatar Rokku that Aang must learn all four elements bending before summer's end
    The pirates allied with Prince ZUko to find the scroll and the Avatar The best thing its that Aang learns a little of Water Bending from Katara and viceversa finnaly they keep the scroll from themselves to learn from it It was a nice episode where Aang embrace his destiny to become the Avatar and strart to learn Water Bending Zuko has Katara's necklace NO!!! :):)
  • One of my favorite episodes.

    9.8
    This episode has action involving everyone. There were even pirates in this episode! The fight between Zuko and The Pirates and Gaang was really great. This was actually the first episode Katara was a bad girl! She stole a waterbending scroll. The Pirates were awesome, even that they wanted to turn in Aang to the fire lord, they were still awesome. Zuko really didn't play a big role in this episode but it was pretty good. Momo even got into the action! Him and the pirate leader's bird were kind of hitting each other while they were flying. This was not an ordinary episode. Overall, this episode is a 9.8.
  • Aang learns waterbending from Katara.

    10
    Katara decides to teach Aang a couple of water bending moves and Aang does them perfectly on his first try while it took months for Katara to learn it. When Aang accidentally water bends there supplies and food down the river they must go to the market to replace them. They visit a pirate's ship and Katara steals a water bending scroll. After a long chase, the gaang gets away. Katara tries to learn the moves from the scroll but can't do it. Aang now tries to teach Katara and Katara gets frustrated and yells at Aang. Later at night, Katara takes the scroll to practice and gets captured by Zuko. .. I gave this episode a ten because it shows how some of the characters act. This episode is also suspensful.
  • katara gets jealous of aang's waterbending and steals a waterbending scroll.

    9.3
    katara is teaching aang waterbending and aang is catching on things fast. aang ends up washing away all the supplies so they have to go to town to buy more supplies. they end up being in a pirate ship and katara steals a waterbending scroll. the pirates soon find out and attack the team. then team realize that katara stole the scroll and thats why they were attacked. zuko teams up with the pirates to go after katara and aang. they spotted out katara when she was waterbending at night and zuko shows her the necklace. the gaang end up getting away with the waterbending scroll and the pirate ship being destroyed.
  • katara gets a little anxious to waterbend better.

    8.9
    I never expected Katara to be a thief. I also didn't expect her to ever yell at Aang. Maybe I like this episode so much because it surprised me. Katara steals a Waterbending scroll so she and Aang can learn more Waterbending. But it turns out, she's mostly just interested in teaching herself. She acted very competitive towards Aang, and got a bit upset when he mastered moves that she either couldn't do, or spent much time just to master. After Katara yelled at Aang, it seemed like she learned her lesson. But she didn't. At night when everyone was sleeping, she took the scroll and started practicing, even after she said she was done with it. Well, she got what she deserved- being captured by Zuko. Luckily, Aang and Sokka came to her rescue (Momo too!) and it resulted in an all out brawl between Prince Zuko, the Aang gang, and the Pirates whose scroll was stolen by Katara. The fight was exciting yet somewhat comical as Zuko's boat was stolen. Ah well, this episode marks the first and only time Zuko has ever laughed. :P In the end, Katara gets her scroll back, but I think she certainly learned a great lesson. At least, that's what one of the much later episodes "The Runaway" seems to imply. I really liked the character development in this episode, and it was just really fun to watch.
  • aang begins to learn waterbending and there are pirates and dragons and rainbows and unicorns and naw im joking

    10
    After Katara attempts to teach Aang waterbending, she is desperate to improve her abilities. When Katara inadvertently stumbles across a waterbending scroll that can help improve her ability while Aang is looking at a pirate's store, she decides to steal it after she realizes that she couldn't hope to afford it; but will she be capable of stealing from the pirates without causing herself and her friends trouble? This was a great episode for aang to start learning waterbending. a lot of people thought there would be some zutara in this episode from the commerical...but there wasnt of course
  • Katara and Aang practice waterbending from a scroll and they eventually encounter pirates and Zuko

    8.2
    A good episode from the first season. The pirates inclusion was a nice touch and the it was nice to see Zuko reunite for a rematch. The action and animation was pretty good though not up to par with the later episodes. Its a pretty important episode as this is where Aang does waterbending without going into the Avatar state. He is shown as being quite a fast learner as Katara took her much longer to master a particular move Aang performed for the first time with ease. The pirates were cool especially that parrot iguana. The fight turned into a three way battle for the necklace, Aang, and the waterbending scroll which was in the Gaangs procession. A well rounded episode though unfortunately this is where the Zutara cult began when Zuko "interacts" with Katara. Well he did the same with Sokka in the the series pilot but whatever...
  • Katara steals a waterbending scroll after being jealous of Aangs natural ability. Iroh makes Zuko stop and look for a white lotus gambit where Zuko hears about Aang from the pirates she stole it from.

    9.5
    Katara steals a waterbending scroll after being jealous of Aangs natural ability. Iroh makes Zuko stop and look for a white lotus gambit where Zuko hears about Aang from the pirates she stole it from.

    Yeah this was really out of character for Katara stealing, being jealous, getting Aang captured. I loved the battle in this episode especially the Momo bird fight and the waterfall scene. Well at least Aang knows some water bending now. The pirates are idiots gettin tricked like that. This would be a filler episode if Katara and Aang didn't learn anything from it(waterbending) Or that the pirates come back in another episode(TWM).
  • Aang and the gang come upon a waterbending scroll sold by pirates.

    9.5
    This episode is exciting. I've always loved the aspect of pirated and it's great to see them used in the Avatar universe. The pirates themselves look maybe a little bit different than those who might belong to Captain Hook but it's this that also makes them more interesting. This is also the first episode where you get to see a major character flaw in Katara. Besides all the action and fighting on the side, you also get a look at artifacts of the Avatar world. Overall, the episode could just be a filler but it's exciting and thrilling enough to keep you in your seat and wanting to see more.
  • Katara gets the gang into trouble for her own personal gain.

    9.5
    I never expected Katara to be a thief. I also didn't expect her to ever yell at Aang. Maybe I like this episode so much because it surprised me. Katara steals a Waterbending scroll so she and Aang can learn more Waterbending. But it turns out, she's mostly just interested in teaching herself. She acted very competitive towards Aang, and got a bit upset when he mastered moves that she either couldn't do, or spent much time just to master. After Katara yelled at Aang, it seemed like she learned her lesson. But she didn't. At night when everyone was sleeping, she took the scroll and started practicing, even after she said she was done with it. Well, she got what she deserved- being captured by Zuko. Luckily, Aang and Sokka came to her rescue (Momo too!) and it resulted in an all out brawl between Prince Zuko, the Aang gang, and the Pirates whose scroll was stolen by Katara. The fight was exciting yet somewhat comical as Zuko's boat was stolen. Ah well, this episode marks the first and only time Zuko has ever laughed. :P

    In the end, Katara gets her scroll back, but I think she certainly learned a great lesson. At least, that's what one of the much later episodes "The Runaway" seems to imply. I really liked the character development in this episode, and it was just really fun to watch.
  • Desperate to learn advanced waterbending, Katara places the Gaang in danger when she steals a waterbending scroll from pirates. It becomes double trouble when the pirates team up with Zuko to caputre the the Avatar.

    9.1
    This episode was hilarious! There was how Aang picked up Waterbending quickly, drenching Sokka and Appa. Then Katara hitting herself with the Water Whip. The moments between Zuko and Iroh regarding the Lotus tile were my favorite scenes ("I'm glad this trip was a complete waste of time for everyone!"). One gets to see a little deeper into Katara's character, with her lack of self esteem in her waterbending, and her deparation to become better. It is shown that she is very determined, but somewhat reckless to become better.

    This episode has some forshadowing, with the importance of the Lotus Tile and the White Lotus. Also, with the ease of learning Waterbending, one begins to wonder if the other elements will come as easily.
  • WHAT is WRONG with you Zutarian people?!

    9.0
    How, exactly, is it ROMANTIC for Zuko to capture Katara, tie her to a try, and try to manipulate her into betraying her friend using her mother's necklace?

    The whole "I'll save you from the pirates" thing wasn't flirty, it was witty banter! The necklace thing was Zuko trying to be clever and manipulative - his pathetic attempt at 'reasoning' her into telling him where the Avatar was.

    Although I have nothing against this ship, and think it's a lot more likely than Kataang (if only because Katara SO does NOT see Aang that way), I don't think this episode is ship-centric.

    Throughout season 1, Zuko is too obsessed with capturing the Avatar to even THINK about girls, let alone FLIRT with a girl whose between him and his goal.
  • Katara does sometimes act stubborn, but this time she was just out of character! She stoll a scroll (which is why she is out of character, she doesn't steal things) and they got in trouble with pirates. Even though out of character, great episode it was.

    9.2
    It was an O.K. episode. It starts out where Aang and Katara practice waterbending. Then they go into town and find pirates selling things that was assumed to be stollen. Katara finds a waterbending scroll so that she can master waterbending. Then Katara steals the scroll and the pirates are coming after her. When the pirates join up with Prince Zuko, they have to fight alone. It was a great episode and very well written. But it was out of character because Katara ushually is a nice person. This episode Katara was stubborn, and she stole the scroll even though it wasn't hers. Anyway, it was a great episode.
  • Very Good

    10
    After receiving Avatar Roku's warning, Aang has become anxious, as he now has so little time to master three entire bendings. Katara offers to give him a boost by teaching him what she knows about Waterbending.

    Meanwhile, Zuko was busy sparring with lieutenant Jee when Iroh had just diverted the ship to find a port in order to replace a White Lotus tile for his Pai Sho game. Venting with smoke through his nose, Zuko angrily allows him. Iroh calmly expresses that "it's so good to have an understanding nephew." as the smoke engulfed the bridge.

    At a waterfall, Katara begins to teach Aang her knowledge of waterbending. Unfortunately for her, Aang immediately masters the lessons she gives him, despite the fact that it took her some time to master them. While she tries to hide it, she begins to grow jealous of Aang's natural talent.

    After Aang accidentally washes away their supplies, the trio goes to town to buy some more, where Aang impulsively buys a bison whistle. They come upon a ship docked with a barker trying to attract business. Ship's crew is selling items that they acquired by "high risk trading." Katara comes upon a training scroll, featuring several waterbending techniques, among their loot, which they're reserving for a wealthy client in the Earth Kingdom, though he offered it to them if they had a better offer (two hundred gold pieces). They leave the ship, only to be chased by the crew, Aang and the others escape, only to find the reason they had been pursued: They wanted the scroll Katara had stolen. Katara convinces Sokka and Aang to keep the scroll and learn from it. One of the first techniques they try is the Water Whip, a simple technique where water is formed into an elongated shape and snapped at the target. Katara ends up growing even more jealous of Aang as not only does he learn the technique easily, she herself has trouble getting it to work. When her jealousy nearly gets the best of her, she gives up the right to use the scroll, handing it over to Aang. But that night, she succumbs to temptation and steals the scroll to study the technique again.

    Meanwhile, Zuko and Iroh arrive at the same port. Unfortunately for Zuko, Iroh didn't find a replacement White Lotus tile from every single merchant in town but he found numerous trinkets for music night on the ship in which three of their troops were carrying. They then come across the pirates, discovering that they're pursuing Aang as well. Zuko joins forces with the pirates to hunt down Aang, and find Katara late at night practicing the Water Whip. Zuko captures and ties Katara to a tree, attempting to interrogate her for information on the Avatar, showing her that he holds her mother's lost betrothal necklace in his possession, the last tie that she has to her mother in exchange. However, the pirates demanded the scroll. Yet, Zuko threatens to destroy it if they don't find Aang.

    Then, Aang and Sokka are found and captured. Aang and Sokka discover Katara bound to a tree surrounded by firebenders. As Zuko and the pirates are about to make the trade (the scroll for the Avatar), Sokka convinces the pirates to sell Aang by revealing to them that he's the Avatar, despite Zuko's attempts to keep it a secret from the pirates. The pirates decide that they want to sell Aang to the Fire Nation, and the situation quickly escalates into a battle.

    During the fight Aang, Katara, and Sokka escape. Katara and Aang use waterbending to get the pirates' boat into water and sail away. But the pirates (except for their leader) steal Zuko's smaller ship and start chasing after them. They battle the pirates, Katara learning the Water Whip in the process. Unfortunately, the ship is fast approaching a waterfall. Aang and Katara manage to use Waterbending to stop the ship, but the Pirates ram it with Zuko's boat, sending them falling over, where they are saved by Appa, who heard Aang's bison whistle. Back on shore, Iroh discovers that his lost White Lotus tile was stuck in his sleeve the whole time. Unfortunately, Zuko grabs the tile from Iroh's hand and throws it over the waterfall in anger which strikes one of the pirates on the head and bounces off.

    Later, Katara gives Aang a full apology, while Sokka reveals that he was able to regain the scroll in the fighting. Before he could give it to her, he asks what did they learn. She says never steal ever, except from pirates.
  • Season 1, Chapter 9 The Waterbending Scroll Katara steals a waterbending scroll to improve her abilities. Her good intentions backfires and she finds herself in a precarious situation.

    9.2
    Honestly, I have never seen a cartoon show more morals than Avatar. In the Waterbending Scroll, Katara learns that jealousy can get you into a lot of trouble. Also, she learns that above all, Aang's mission is most important and she can't needlessly risk it stealing a scroll to help herself learn waterbending. She invokes the wrath of pirates who will continue to cause grief.

    We also hear for the first time about the White Lotus. Perhaps the reason why Iroh wanted to find his Pai Sho tile so badly was because he knew that he might need the Order of the White Lotus's help sometime. Also, we see than Iroh isn't as determined to find the Avatar as Zuko is. Zuko tries to hunt down the Avatar in a single-minded purpose while Iroh is more calm and doesn't devote all his attention to finding the Avatar.

    All in all, the Waterbending Scroll is a good episode, worth watching.
  • Exciting and Fresh

    10
    In this episode of Avatar the last airbender, aang is very excited to learn waterbending. so they go out shopping and aang finds a waterbending scroll. he tries to braggin, but they don't take it. so they leave and the people start chasing after them. katara took the scroll and know aang can learn waterbending. so they learn and then they are off in a boat when the zuko crew starts to attack them. katara looses her neckleace. they are just about to fall off a waterfall when appa comes and saves them. they come out alive. Overall, this is a great and exciting episode.
  • This episode was a good installment for the show because of The scroll that Katara takes is a good way to teach Aang how to waterbend before they reach the north pole. In the episode katara steals a waterbending scroll from pirates and Zuko helps them.

    10
    This episode starts when the gang goes into a ship to look at what they were selling on it but find out that the it was stuff that pirates stoll. Katara finds a waterbending scroll in the store and trys to buy it but it was 400 gold coins and they only had 2 bronze coins. So she desides to steal the scroll to emprove Aang and her waterbending skills, but her plan back fires as the angry pirates chase after her and the rest of the gang. The pirates started haveing a hard time finding them and Zuko over heard the pirates talking about trying to citch a bald kid and his friends stealing there scroll. So Zuko helped the pirates. Meanwhile, Aang and Katara try to learn more about waterbending from the scroll. Katara gets a little jealous because Aang is learning the moves faster then she is and she yells at him a few times. Then Katara took the scroll from Aang when he was sleeping and tryed to learn how to waterbend like Aang did, but Zuko and the pirates found Katara. They battle and the pirates capture Aang and try to trade him for the scroll which Zuko has now. Sokka tells the pirates that its a fare trade because the Avatar is werth way more then a waterbending scroll. It ends with Sokka takeing the scroll and the gang escapeing from the pirates and the banished prince(Zuko) with the waterbending scroll.
  • funny and great episode!

    8.3
    aang is worried that he wont learn water bending in time, so katara teaches him everthing she know, but when she gets to the market, she she's a waterbending scroll, but it only means trouble.
    It features a very good that is fast paced but not so much that you are swept away. No, what got me on this episode is the humor. Iroh's hunt for the lotus tile was hilarious and Zuko's reaction was so funny. I love it when loses his temper because of Uncle's whim. Aang's waterbending training was rather amusing to watch Katara's expression as Aang master the basics of her element that took her months to prefect. That I can smypathize with. This is the very episode that Zutara was born(hello, anyone can see that Zuko was just trying to get Katara to tell him where Aang was not to make a pass at her. She'd probably waterbend him to a tree if he did.) and if that is not funny I don't know what is. The pirates they stole the scroll from, and Zuko and his men get in a big fight over who gets aang.Well, after he fight, Zuko and the pirates ship had been smashed. and thats when Iroh realizes that the lotus tile was in his sleeve the whole time. Ahh... Truly Humorous
  • In this episode Aang worried he wont be able to master the elements in time convinces Katara to teach him what he knows.She ends up stealing a water bending scroll so she could better her self. This all leads to an amazing battle with Zuko and Pirates.

    10
    This was the episode that got me hooked i was flipping cannels and then I saw the part where they are escaping while Aangs hangs Sokka and Katara from his staff. I was like this is cool, The episode also has a really good fighting scene. Also it showed us how Katara can get really angry something we did not see again until the water-bending master later in the season finally. It made me laugh and i got hooked right then and there i went out to buy all the DVDs
  • My favourite season 1 episode.

    10
    This episode is my favourite. In this episode Katara stolen waterbending scroll from pirates. Learn waterbending is very important for her. And the pirates, expecialy i like their ship. It's cool. I want have ship like this, through a model like it. Moreover i like that part then Iroh pick up a wooden monkey and give smile for everyone. Now about my favourite part: Zuko fight with one of pirates, when goes Iroh and said that pirates ship is stolen. Pirate said: BLEEDING HOG MONKEYS!!!!! After that Zuko start laughing (HAHAHAHA). It's first time then i heard Zuko laughing. That pirate words and Zuko laughing i use like my mobile phone sms siglan. Cool!!!
  • One of the best eps of s1

    9.7
    This ep deals with Aang starting to waterbend with Katar trying to teach him. We see some new waterbending moves and we see how powerfull Aang really is, being the Avatar. This ep developes Katar's character more, she grwos up a little bit more after some events, and shows how determined she is to be a great water bender. We are also intorduced to new characters who Zuko trys to make a deal with. We also see some more of the earth kingdom's culture because Iroh lost a lotos tile and needs to find another in a earth kingdom market.
  • This was one of my favorite episodes.

    9.8
    This episode has action involving everyone. There were even pirates in this episode! The fight between Zuko and The Pirates and Gaang was really great. This was actually the first episode Katara was a bad girl! She stole a waterbending scroll. The Pirates were awesome, even that they wanted to turn in Aang to the fire lord, they were still awesome. Zuko really didn't play a big role in this episode but it was pretty good. Momo even got into the action! Him and the pirate leader's bird were kind of hitting each other while they were flying. This was not an ordinary episode. Overall, this episode is a 9.8.
  • This episode is one of my personal favorites of season one.

    9.4
    The Waterbending Scroll is definately one of my favorite episode. It features a very good that is fast paced but not so much that you are swept away. No, what got me on this episode is the humor. Iroh's hunt for the lotus tile was hilarious and Zuko's reaction was so funny. I love it when loses his temper because of Uncle's whim. Aang's waterbending training was rather amusing to watch Katara's expression as Aang master the basics of her element that took her months to prefect. That I can smypathize with. This is the very episode that Zutara was born(hello, anyone can see that Zuko was just trying to get Katara to tell him where Aang was not to make a pass at her. She'd probably waterbend him to a tree if he did.) and if that is not funny I don't know what is. Well, aside when Iroh realized that the lotus tile was in his sleeve the whole time. Ahh... Truly Humorous
  • Aang's waterbending proves to be a very powerful asset.

    10
    This is a great, all-around episode with character interactions, humor, and more plot twists. Aang proves to be a better waterbender than Katara after he masters some of her moves very easily. She gets jealous only to realize her selfishness later but it gets her into trouble when Zuko and a band of pirates discover the gang on the bank of a river. Aang's waterbending and bison whistle save the day against two threats. We also see Aang's attraction for Katara when he makes her a necklace, yet Katara still sees him as a pesky little brother. An attraction that Zuko may have for Katara was inferred in the briefest of moments, making a subtle hint that the creators are superb in crafting throughout the show.
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