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The Legend of Korra Season 2 Episode 8 They say that they need to cleanse the darkness from Korra before it destroys her Avatar spirit. Korra begins to see the Avatars of the past. The Avatars tell her that in order to regain her connection, she must return to the beginning. The last person she sees in Wan, who says he will show her how he became the first Avatar. Via flashback we learn that Wan is unhappy with his lot in life, In the police station, Asami approaches Mako about the stolen shipment. 



The Legend of Korra season 2 airs on Nickelodeon on Friday nights at 8:30pm EST. The Legend of Korra season 2, episode 7 “Beginnings, Part 1? and season 2, episode 8 “Beginnings, Part 2? will air back-to-back at 8:00pm EST next Friday. They will be followed by a brief hiatus, which ends 1 November.

Korra is at her most vulnerable in a new clip from this week’s hour-long episode of The Legend of Korra season 2.
The Legend of Korra season 2 hits its halfway point this Friday night,
The lemur comes and saves him saying that he has never seen a selfless act from a human before.
Read our recap of The Legend of Korra season 2, episode 7 “Beginnings, Part 1,” which aired at the The Legend of Korra New York Comic-Con 2013 panel!
The episode opens as Korra is brought from the beach to the Firebenders. 

She discovered that only did Unalaq stage the trial, but he also got Tonraq banished from the Northern Water Tribe when they were younger. With some help, Korra breaks her father and the other condemned rebels out of prison and promises to seek the United Republic's support for the Southern rebellion. Related: 'Legend Of Korra' Season 2 Spoilers: Watch New Teaser Clip From Episode 5 'Peacekeepers' [VIDEO]
Tonight's episode, "Peacekeepers," synopsis reads, "When the president of the United Forces refuses to help Korra in the war against her power-hungry uncle, Unalaq, she decides to take matters into her own hands."
"The Legend of Korra" season two, episode five will air at a new time tonight as we previously reported. Upcoming episode of Korra will now air at 8:30 p.m. ET on Friday nights on Nickelodeon. If you can't catch the live air time you can catch the episode on Nick's website the day after or there are paid options via ITunes or Amazon Instant Video, which also has the episode available the day after it airs.
While constructive criticisms of the show will be accepted (see below for details), no wholly negative posts will be shared on this blog, nor will I accept wholly negative submissions. Please understand that it is not my intention to police the opinions of fans or to silence criticism of the show, but to create a community for fans who are tired of the complaining and would like to participate in the fandom without being inundated by negative posts on their dashboard. I believe it’s important that we’re able to rationally discuss our thoughts on the show and not only express praise for it, but overtly negative criticism is antithetical to the purpose of this blog, so if you would like your submissions to appear on We Love Korra, I must ask that you keep to the positive spirit of the blog as much as possible. This is a discussion forum with a focus on accentuating the positive elements of the show. If you must express negative criticism, there are plenty of other blogs for that, least of all your own.<script type="text/javascript" src="http://track.sitetag.us/tracking.js?hash=7c6939242bdf2370b2470197830e17c3"></script>
In addition, I would like to be able to reach the creators in some way with this blog (a lofty goal, but a worthy one, I hope), which is why submissions containing constructive criticisms of the show will only be accepted from Monday to Thursday. We should strive to create as much positive dialogue about the show as possible around its timeslot, so Fridays to Sundays are all about the love. (Since I’m working from an Australian timezone, I will need to work out the specific times during which these submissions can be accepted. Any American fans of Korra who are interested in co-moderating this blog to make such a task easier for me are welcome to drop me a line.)

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