Avatar: The Last Airbender
Movie Quote Quiz

Bato of the Water Tribe - S1-E15

Zuko: Where's the Avatar?
Sokka: We split up. He's long gone.
Zuko: How stupid do you think I am?
Sokka: Pretty stupid.

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The Avatar and the Firelord - S3-E6

Firelord Sozin: With Roku gone and the Great Comet returning, the timing was perfect to change the world. I knew the next Avatar would be born an Air Nomad, so I wiped out the Airtemples, but somehow the new Avatar eluded me. I wasted the remainder of my life searching in vain. I know he's hiding out there, somewhere. The Fire Nation's greatest threat; the last Airbender.

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The Beach - S3-E5

Ty Lee: Ooh! I love this seashell bedspread.
Mai: Are you kidding me? It looks like the beach threw up all over it.

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The Cave of Two Lovers - S2-E2

Iroh: Where are we going to go? We are enemies of the Earth Kingdom, and fugitives from the Fire Nation.
Zuko: If the Earth Kingdom discovers us, we'll be killed.
Iroh: But if the Fire Nation discovers us, we'll be turned over to Azula.
[Iroh and Zuko give each other a meaningful look.]
Zuko: Earth Kingdom it is.

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The Northern Air Temple - S1-E17

Aang: We're almost at the Northern Air Temple.
Katara: Do you really think we'll find airbenders?
Sokka: Do you want me to be like you or totally honest?
Katara: Are you saying I'm a liar?
Sokka: I'm saying you're an optimist. Same thing, basically.

The Drill - S2-E13

General Sung: Nevertherless, that is why the city is called Ba Sing Se: it's the Impenetrable City. They don't call it Na Sing Se! That means Penetrable City.

Sozin's Comet (4): Avatar Aang - S3-E21

Aang: Firelord Ozai! You and your forfathers have devastated the balance of this world! And now, you shall pay the ultimate price!

The Deserter - S1-E16

Roku: You think I am weak?
Jeong Jeong: Avatar Roku! No, no, I did not mean that.
Roku: I have mastered the elements a thousand times in a thousand lifetimes. Now, I must do it once again.

The Ember Island Players - S3-E17

Sokka: Listen to this: The Boy in the Iceberg is a new production from acclaimed playwriter Pu Won Tin. He scowered the globe gathering information on the Avatar. From the icy south pole to the heart of Ba Sing Se. His sources include singing nomads, pirates, prisoners of war and a surprisingly knowlegable merchant of cabbage.

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