Aang is summoned to a meeting with Avatar Roku, who explains why this situation is kind of much worse than everyone thought.
Aang gets in touch with his inner Avatar, who happens to be a Firebender. But one who rides a dragon - how cool is that?
Katara needs a new hobby. This going around, encouraging people to stand up for themselves thing is never going to work.
Aang's old friends are really old (it has been a century) and really weird. Really, really weird. Also the first appearance of cabbage man, if anyone cares.
So we had to have at least one episode where Sokka is a condescending twit who thinks that girls can't fight and then gets his butt kicked by one. Here it is.
Aang takes everyone home to meet the monks, only to find that there are no more monks. Bummer.
Having fallen prey to the oldest trick in the book - leave something old around and wait for someone to poke it - Aang gets everyone in trouble.
We'll start at the very beginning, a very good place to start... Sorry. No, it's really not that twee. I promise.
In which Katara totally means it.
In which there is a giant war balloon.
In which Aang finds a Fire-bending teacher.
In which Sokka has his father's wit.