Seriously though, I’m calling it right now:
Meanwhile, Jinora is chronicling all of this as if it’s the most important conflict of Korra’s life, instead of how she deals with political instability. She plans to include all of it in her comprehensive history of Avatar Korra so that future generations won’t be left wondering about any of it (because Jinora is bitter that she STILL DOESN’T KNOW WHAT HAPPENED TO ZUKO’S MOM GODDAMNIT).
I don’t know why I only just realized this, but I think it’s worth posting.
Jinora refers to Mako as “the handsome firebender boy who drives [Korra] crazy,” which means Korra has talked about him with the kids. Since that’s how Jinora identifies him, that means Korra describes Mako as handsome when she’s talking about him.
Be still my shipper heart.
Inspired by a piece of fanart I just saw.
KATARA AND ZUKO VISIT THE PARK AND FEED TURTLEDUCKS TOGETHER. Sometimes, Katara brings her grandkids with them, and has to restrain Meelo from chasing off the turtleducks. Zuko got him to behave by giving him the same speech Ursa gave him as a child. Jinora and Ikki adore Zuko. Ikki even behaves when he tells them stories about Iroh, but Zuko can never seem to get through the story about what happened to his mother when he’s around Tenzin’s kids.
All of Katara’s children and grandchildren call him “Uncle Zuko”. Sometimes Tenzin tries to act all dignified and refers to him as “Fire Lord Zuko”, but he’ll ocassionally slip up. He’s been known to refer Zuko as “The Fire Uncle” or “The Uncle Lord” by accident. During council meetings.