Azul is Spanish and Portuguese for blue, possibly a reference to Azula's Firebending.
Her name may also come from the Sanskrit term Asura, a Hindu term for demon.
Azula's name was originally going to be "Zula".

In some 아바타 comics, her name is mispelled "Takara" instead of "Katara".
Katara's voice actor, Mae Whitman, has previously played the part as Rose in American Dragon: Jake Long.

The Southern Air Temple is the only episode in which the 제목 screen, which denotes the chapter and book, does not have a white background (the background is the sunrise).
According to the's website for Avatar, the episode was originally titled "Aang Goes Home."

Sokka's name is derived from the Japanese phrase (here presented in Romaji) Sou ka, meaning "I Understand", which is a reference to his abilities as technologist and scientist, the use of understanding.
Sokka has been shown to be, to some extent, ambidextrous. He is shown using both hands at different times to write, attack, and draw (though he does so poorly), and is even shown switching hands at times.

The Puppetmaster: In Hama's flashback, in the scene where we see a young Kanna surrounded 의해 other villagers, one of them looks surprisingly like Toph.
When Sokka asked Hama about "disappearances", Hama wasn't drinking her 차 but in the 다음 scene she was. Then she asked who wants 더 많이 tea, her cup is missing as well.

Dragons: Ran (燃, rán) means "burn" 또는 "combustion" in Chinese. Shao (燒, shāo) means "to burn" 또는 "to cook" as well as to "barbecue," as well as "fever".

Kyoshi Warriors: The Kyoshi warriors have stripes on their arms, but they seem to disappear in a few scenes. As seen in review picture.

The Great Divide: Overall, this is one of the least 인기 episodes in the entire series.

The 아바타 State: In the opening scene, the 상단, 맨 위로 of Katara's dress changes from her season one outfit to her season two outfit.
In Aang's dream, while fighting Zuko, Aang is in the 아바타 State, but toward the end of the dream, his 문신 and eyes aren't glowing.
As the Captain tried to plead to Azula, after revealing the set-up, his mouth isn't moving.

아바타 Day: When Oyaji takes Katara and Sokka to Kyoshi's shrine, to show them the Painting "The Birth Of Kyoshi" For it shows Kyoshi and her people's shadows wear pointing right. For this is shows that it maybe like it took place at sunrise, but it took place at sunset. the fact is that Kyoshi Island is in the Southern Hemisphere of the 아바타 world. In the Southern Hemisphere the Sun would be rising in the west and setting in the east, but it isn't that's because the people in the southern Hemisphere would be up-side down due to the planet's circular formation.