Avatar: The Last Airbender

Nickelodeon (ended 2008)




  • Season 2 Episode 20: The Crossroads of Destiny

  • When Ty Lee was attempting to disable Sokka, her gloves turned white, then changed back into dark green again after Sokka and Toph surrendered.

  • After Aang is shot by Azula, in the top view of him falling, you can see about three rows of four Dai Li each near Zuko. But when Katara's wave rolls over them, there are much more.

  • Appearently, Katara knew full well that the unique properties of the water from the spirit oasis related to healing. To an end, all this does is add even more confusion as to why she couldn't and/or didn't make an attempt to use it on to heal Jet's implied severe injuries in Lake Laogai.

  • When approaching the palace on their way to warn the Earth King about the coup, Sokka seems to sense the Dai Li agents approaching and pulls Toph and himself into hiding. Considering her superhuman perception and how close the agents were, Toph should have been the one to sense them long before Sokka.

  • Despite the fact that Guru Pathik openly stated in the previous episode that Aang would never be able to enter the Avatar State again for abandoning his training prior to the proper opening of all seven chakras, he does just that with little to no difficulty.

  • When Ty Lee is showing the king's bear how to walk on two limbs, you clearly see her 'walk' past him. When Toph traps her with earth shackles, she appears before the bear.

  • When Azula absorbs Katara's water attack it forms a big cloud of smoke, and then the camera zooms out. Then you can see there is a puddle of water around Katara. But when the camera zooms back in, the puddle disappeared.

  • When Toph hit Mai with her rock it is slanted to the right but later when Long Feng is talking to Azula it is slanted to the left.

  • After Zuko first fires at Aang, Azula fires at Katara which she blocks with some water, but the water magically appears from behind Katara as if it would come from her waterskin (which is not present) or from some non existent source of water behind her.

  • Toph's bangs momentarily stop shifting while flying to Ba Sing Se on Appa.

  • When Katara hugs Aang when he comes to rescue her from the Crystal Catacombs, his right hand momentarily turns the same color as Katara's skin.

  • When Aang and Sokka are flying back to Ba Sing Se, Sokka's ponytail momentarily stops shifting in the wind.

  • Season 2 Episode 19: The Guru

  • The flashbacks Aang has while opening his chakras are from episodes "The Boy in the Iceberg", "The Avatar Returns", "Avatar Roku (Winter Solstice, Part 2)", his flashback in "The Storm", "The Blue Spirit", "The Fortuneteller", "The Deserter", "The Avatar State", "The Cave of Two Lovers", and the opening theme.

  • This episode marks the grand opening of Iroh's new tea shop, the Jasmine Dragon.

  • While Mai is complaining about her outfit, we can see that Ty Lee is missing the fans from her belt though they reappear later.

  • When Katara is told by General How to deliver the battle plans to the Earth King, she says she will do it right away and it is the middle of the day. But if you watch closely the following scenes are at sunset, at night, day again, then at night once more when Katara reached the throne room.

  • In the part when the guru teaches Aang to open the 4th chakra, Aang turns his head to his left to see a woman Airbender statue, but actually, the statue is to his right.

  • Season 2 Episode 18: The Earth King

  • Azula, Ty Lee and Mai enter Ba Sing Se under the guise of Kyoshi Warriors, revealing the outcome of their battle in "Appa's Lost Days". However, it is still unknown what has become of them.

  • Before Zuko collapses and knocks over the end table and vase, we see through his eyes that the vase is actually completely yellowish-brown rather than brown with a white bottom.

  • When the Earth King is choosing who to trust, the gold design on Long Feng's right shoe is missing.

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Anime, supernatural forces, grown up kids, good vs. evil