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I just rewatched the last episode and finally took note of the tear shed by Noatak before his d**k of a brother destroyed the boat. ...That hit me RIGHT in the FEELS. UGH.

-sniffle-

Sorry, sorry, emotional moment.

So, discuss on how this did or did not make you almost 'tearbend'?
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I was too shocked to feel like tearbending.
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Rather than tearbending, I simply freaked out, then eventually got super sad. I was like...Noatak.......BWAAAAH!!!!!!!!!!
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In my opinion, it was bitter sweet poetic justice, we saw the brothers as children, how their father treated them etc and in the end all Noatak wanted was to be with his brother, when he left he more or less followed in his fathers footsteps (to a certain extent) and in the end he STILL wanted that and Tarrlok gave him that, they both died to be with each other, it was a horrible way to go but Tarrlok knew that if his brother stayed alive then there was a chance he would go back to his old ways and he didn't want that so they now can be together forever in death. It might not of been the 'lets be together forever' way Noatak wanted but even he knew his time was up when his brother said that last line, you could tell by his tears, he was happy, regardless if he lived or not he had his brother with him and for him that is all he ever TRULY wanted.
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In my opinion, it was bitter sweet poetic justice, we saw the brothers as children, how their father treated them etc and in the end all Noatak wanted was to be with his brother, when he left he more or less followed in his fathers footsteps (to a certain extent) and in the end he STILL wanted that and Tarrlok gave him that, they both died to be with each other, it was a horrible way to go but Tarrlok knew that if his brother stayed alive then there was a chance he would go back to his old ways and he didn't want that so they now can be together forever in death. It might not of been the 'lets be together forever' way Noatak wanted but even he knew his time was up when his brother said that last line, you could tell by his tears, he was happy, regardless if he lived or not he had his brother with him and for him that is all he ever TRULY wanted.


That was very well said... and it really sheds some new light on this. Viewing it from a perspective like yours, it's still emotional if not more.
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In my opinion, it was bitter sweet poetic justice, we saw the brothers as children, how their father treated them etc and in the end all Noatak wanted was to be with his brother, when he left he more or less followed in his fathers footsteps (to a certain extent) and in the end he STILL wanted that and Tarrlok gave him that, they both died to be with each other, it was a horrible way to go but Tarrlok knew that if his brother stayed alive then there was a chance he would go back to his old ways and he didn't want that so they now can be together forever in death. It might not of been the 'lets be together forever' way Noatak wanted but even he knew his time was up when his brother said that last line, you could tell by his tears, he was happy, regardless if he lived or not he had his brother with him and for him that is all he ever TRULY wanted.


That was very well said... and it really sheds some new light on this. Viewing it from a perspective like yours, it's still emotional if not more.



Agreed on all counts. I feel like it was the perfect ending for them, even if it was tragic. There was a poetic beauty to it. Call me crazy, but sometimes the tragic endings are the best and most poignant and complete.
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I tearbend every time.

EVERY ******** TIME.
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I was very shocked and it caught me off guard. Watching it for the first time, I was like:
"Holy s**t! Did those mf's JUST DIE?!"
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In my opinion, it was bitter sweet poetic justice, we saw the brothers as children, how their father treated them etc and in the end all Noatak wanted was to be with his brother, when he left he more or less followed in his fathers footsteps (to a certain extent) and in the end he STILL wanted that and Tarrlok gave him that, they both died to be with each other, it was a horrible way to go but Tarrlok knew that if his brother stayed alive then there was a chance he would go back to his old ways and he didn't want that so they now can be together forever in death. It might not of been the 'lets be together forever' way Noatak wanted but even he knew his time was up when his brother said that last line, you could tell by his tears, he was happy, regardless if he lived or not he had his brother with him and for him that is all he ever TRULY wanted.


[That sums up pretty much what I have to say to this. And as for my reaction to when the scene came on, I didn't cry but it was more like this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5eiPnlz-qf8 ]
No,I was happy how it happened,honestly didnt see it comming.
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I was more focused on Tarrlok with the glove. I was first thinking "Wait is he gonna kill his brother?" Then he unscrews the cap thingy and I was thinking "He's gonna commit suicide?!...Nah this is Nickelodeon, they can't do that." And then when he did blow them up I was like, "That. Was. Epic." I thought it was a very nice end.
wow i havent watched the show but im planning too biggrin
awesome awesome awesome awesome awesome awesome awesome awesome awesome awesome awesome awesome awesome awesome lol cool biggrin
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I didn't cry, but it was sad.
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I missed the tear the first time around too - it wasn't until I saw it on someone's sig that I was like 'wait, what? Did the shoop that in?" And then I watched it again and saw it and then I had sads. crying

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