Youth Culture Killed My Dog, Episode 13: Every Time I Eat Raw Kale, I’m Going to Think of YouPosted: 08/07/2014
In the thirteenth episode of Youth Culture Killed My Dog, Roy Rogers, Melissa Rogers, and Patrick Colan continue our coverage of the third season/book of The Legend of Korra. On this outing we dig into the near cancellation of Korra, the fourth through ninth episodes of the season, the general awesomeness of Jinora, the Lin/Suyin dynamic, the nature of legacy and consequence in the Korra-verse, and the Red Lotus.
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TOPICS DISCUSSED IN THIS EPISODE! SPOILERS ABOUND!
The non-cancellation cancellation news & the move to the internets
The fate of the Avatar-verse if Nick was to drop it
American v. Japanese animation on the internets
Episode 4 – “In Harm’s Way
The Kai/Jinora relationship
The resentments of the Earth Queen and the complex legacy of Aang
Episode 5 – “The Metal Clan”/ Episode 6 – “Old Wounds”
The Lin/Suy dynamic
Flashbacks! Young Lin!
Toph’s awesomeness (single mother greatness!)
The Red Lotus & their plans for Korra
Episode 7 – “Original Airbenders”
The cuteness of baby air bison
Veganism of the Airbenders
The fashion of poaching
If they kill Jinora… and the coverage of the other Airbender kids
Episode 8 – “The Terror Within”
Where the name “Red Lotus” comes from (Roy’s use of the term is confirmed in episode 9)
The sidelining of Asami
Returning to the quality of the animal characters in Korra
Wild out of control predictions!
No more benders?
White v. Red Lotus
Bad-ass old lady Katarra
BONUS CONTENT! Roy discusses (sole) the ninth episode of Korra – “The Stakeout!”
What theories were confirmed?
The negative political education of Korra
[This is a little scratchy, many apologies!]