So Sokka, you know
some stuff about ladies, right? Some stuff? You’ve come to the right place. What can I do ya for? Well, there’s this girl. [giggling] I think I know who you mean. You do?
And you’re OK with it? Of course I am. And to tell you the truth,
I’ve been picking up a subtle vibe – that she likes you too.
– She does? Oh yeah, she’s crazy about you. All you have to do now
is not mess it up. Well, how do I do that? The number one mistake that
nice guys like you make: being too nice. – You can be too nice?
– Yep. If you want to keep her interested,
you have to act aloof, like you don’t really care
one way or the other. Well… OK. Hey, Aang. – I was wondering…
– See ya later. – Hm…
– Wow. That kid is good. And you’ll be fine
as long as you’ve got a scarf. Buh-bye, now. OK, OK, but one more thing? Alright, what is it? Should I eat a mango or
a papaya for breakfast tomorrow? Papaya. Oh, I hate papaya. Oh, hey Katara. – I didn’t see you there.
– Hey, Aang. That’s OK, I’m busy with my own stuff. Papaya, please. So… papaya. Uh-huh, would you like some? You know me.
I don’t really care what I eat. OK then, see ya later. You’re not gonna win this fight. I know, I don’t care. You don’t have to do this for me. I can find another teacher. I’m not doing it for you. Someone needs to slap
some sense into that guy. So, you decided to show up? Aren’t you gonna fight? Go back to the healing huts with
the other women, where you belong. Fine. If you want to learn
how to fight so bad, study closely. Don’t worry, I’m not going to hurt you. Ow! You can’t knock me down! Go, Katara! [groaning] [cheering] [groaning] [breathing heavily] Well, I’m impressed. You are an excellent water bender. But you still won’t teach me, will you? No. Ah! [groaning] This fight is over. Come back here!
I’m not finished yet. Yes, you are. This is my necklace. No, it’s not.
It’s mine, give it back. I made this 60 years ago. For the love of my life. For Kala. My Gran-Gran was supposed to marry you?