In this article, the voice of Enma is credited to Mark Hamill. However, on the Enma article, Dee Bradley Baker is credited with performing his voice. This character only appears in this episode, right? --KenoSarawa 21:49, December 2, 2009 (UTC)
Close to the end of the episode Aang and Katara were given gifts by the waterbending dude. Aang was given waterbending scrolls and Katara was given some sort of special water that he told her only to use in emergencies. What was this?22.214.171.124 01:40, July 3, 2010 (UTC)
The Demise of Admiral Zhao
I notice the page takes the view that Zhao was simply to stubborn and proud to take Zuko's hand in an attempt to save his own life, and I can understand that. However, I wish to propose an alternate view: did Zhao, perhaps, give up in desperation, or experience a last moment of realization that his life was doomed the moment he was grabbed the the Ocean Spirit? That ultimately, the prince's own life was more important than his? I know from the entirity of the first season that Zhao is portrayed as a hot head with little regard for others, but is it possible that there was deeper motivations to this character, lurking behind the surface figure of nothing more than a showboat and glorychaser?
I think this alternate view point may be worth mentioning, unless there's some sort of official source that says something along the lines of, "No, he pretty much was just too proud." -- Anonymous, 14:48, July 20, 2010 (UTC)