Here's a musing.
Not to divulge too much information...
Don't be a coward.
Or lazy, but that's a different story entirely.
What audiences witnessed this season was an excellent piece of television storytelling that, like its predecessor, showed the potential for evolution in a genre that often gets written off as being “for kids.” How they saw it or when makes no difference to what the product is on its own, and as we sit back and reflect on the business of Korra’s third season, we should remember that what we got was what the series creators wanted us to see. It was raw, it was emotional, it was bold and it was good. Merrill Barr, 'The Legend of Korra' Will Outlive Nickelodeon's Short-Sighted Business Decisions (via avatarskorra)
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