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makos-lightningrod:

Bolin was so on point in Ep. 8

korrastyle:

(ノ◕ヮ◕)ノ*:・゚✧ Spinning Jump of Success

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I heard the news about LoK moving to digital. I've read the article about the show moving to Nick's site and other platforms like Amazon, Google Play, Xbox, etc. but do you think iTunes will be included? It kind of worries me that the first two seasons are gone and that it hasn't even been mentioned as an option to purchase LoK. It's bad enough the show won't be on TV anymore.

korrasane:

Hi! A couple of fans contacted Apple a while back explaining the lack of Korra episodes on iTunes, and I heard from someone (I can’t remember who it was, I apologize) that said that - apparently - Nick’s (Viacom’s) contract with Apple expired, and that, as a result, the episodes from all three books were taken down. (It’s probably just a rumor, though.)

So we really don’t know when/if the episodes will get uploaded to iTunes, unfortunately. :( Only time will tell, I guess. 

Maybe someone should check to see if itunes has any of the newer episodes of Nick’s other shows.

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agentsokka:

I know folks have theorized that Suyin’s a member of the Red Lotus, but I dunno. It’s incredibly far-fetched. Suyin was one of the benders to save Korra from our baddies. She didn’t have to suggest metal bending down to the middle of the fighting to save ‘em. She didn’t have to go out with all…

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l3reezer:

bbys 

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l3reezer:

 you know, I’ve always questioned why this is a trope, the whole animal associate having the keenness to know when the enemies attack or when something is about to go awry thing - like why do people use it just to have the protagonists ignore them - I feel like we as viewers should already be aware that animals have a  wider scale of sense and they should know that we know that, so the only point of these scenes is to portray the protagonists as not listening to their pets or something 

Because sometimes pets sense things we do not, and other times they just do random, kinda stupid stuff. So it’s actually understandable that Bolin thinks Pabu just wants to play or something, it’s probably happened before.

l3reezer:

 you know, I’ve always questioned why this is a trope, the whole animal associate having the keenness to know when the enemies attack or when something is about to go awry thing - like why do people use it just to have the protagonists ignore them - I feel like we as viewers should already be aware that animals have a  wider scale of sense and they should know that we know that, so the only point of these scenes is to portray the protagonists as not listening to their pets or something 

Because sometimes pets sense things we do not, and other times they just do random, kinda stupid stuff. So it’s actually understandable that Bolin thinks Pabu just wants to play or something, it’s probably happened before.

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purplethinks:

Okay, so what do you get when you shake a cow?

Wait a minute….dangit!

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romansva:

Places in Gravity Falls ( Gravity Falls by Alex Hirsch).

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themysteryofgravityfalls:

There’s a mystery in town and not everyone will survive! What could have brought a secret government agency to the small little town of Gravity Falls? Will Lord Mysteryham be able to solve the case? The only way to find it is to catch “Scaryoke” when it premieres August 1st, only on Disney Channel!