Sokka Quotes

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Sokka: So, anyone else hungry?

Katara: Why is everything always about your stomach?

Aang: Because that's where his brain is.

Sokka: Oh, says the kid with the melon head.

Katara: Ooh, I could go for a melon.

Sokka: See? Food is always the right answer. Just gotta listen to Sokka.

Sokka (about Yue): I'm sorry I couldn't protect her.

Arnook: My daughter always made her own choices. And that was not something you or anyone could have stopped.

Sokka: She sacrificed herself for all of us. Me... I watched it happen. I stood on the sidelines while others fought and died, being the warrior I could never be.

Arnook: Sokka, in a moment when she must have been scared, you made sure she wasn't alone. You don't have to be a warrior to be a hero.

Katara: You said you're afraid of losing us, and that's why we can't stay by your side, but it's my decision to fight, not Pakku's and not yours.

Sokka: Yeah. Do you think we came here just to leave you on your own? Silly Avatar.

Aang: I don't know if I can protect you.

Katara: You can't.

Sokka: Yeah, and worrying about who will or won't get hurt, it's not just the Avatar who has to deal with that.

Katara: That's what it means to be a family.

Aang: Kuruk, Roku, Kyoshi. They all said that I need to do this by myself. The Avatar must bear the burden alone.

Katara: This is the past. Now, only one person can tell you the future. The person who'll write The Legend of Aang.

Sokka: She means you. You got that, right?

Katara: I'm gonna challenge Pakku to fight. I know. He's a master. He's probably gonna mop the floor with me, but it doesn't matter. All my life, I've held myself back, and I'm not gonna let someone else do it to me now.

Sokka: Katara. Remember at the Southern Air Temple when you said we had to go with Aang? That we had to help him save the world? You were right. If we hadn't gone with him, I wouldn't have seen how two kids from the Southern Water Tribe can measure up to anyone. Firebenders, Earthbenders, spirit creatures, even strapping, young Northern Water Tribe Warriors...

Katara: Sokka, if you're trying to talk sense into me, you're not doing a very good job.

Sokka: Sense? Who's talking sense? No, what I'm trying to tell you is... go kick his a$$.

Sokka: I need to know something. Why did you turn down Hahn?

Yue: Hahn is wonderful. He is everything that a girl could want. But he is not the boy of my dreams. (kisses Sokka)

(Yue asks about what Sokka saw in Spirit World...)

Sokka: It was something that happened when I was a kid. I overheard my dad saying he was disappointed in me. That I wasn't cut out to be a warrior. That he didn't believe in me.

Yue: Do you know what I remember about you from the Spirit World? You were worried about your friends. You knew they were in trouble, and you had to help them. Your heart. That's what sets you apart. That's what makes you a warrior. I have a feeling if your father saw you now, he would agree.

Sokka: You are just a girl.

Yue: Did you think I wasn't a girl?

Sokka: No, no, no. I just figured with you being a princess and all...

Yue: That I was stuck up?

Sokka: Yeah. I mean, no. I mean, yeah, that's what I thought, but, no, you're ordinary. Not ordinary, because that wouldn't be good, and I think I should stop saying words now.

(Sokka steps ankle-deep into mud...)

Sokka: Spirit World. More like mud world. It smells like Appa after a rainstorm.

Yue (as fox spirit): Don't you know what it's like to be hurt?

Sokka: Well, these scratches are making me pretty irritable, so...

Yue: Do you always make jokes when you don't wanna talk about something?

Sokka: What? That's not what I do.

Yue: You should go. I hope you can "recombobulate."

(Sokka said earlier: "I'm a little discombobulated.")

(Hei Bai attacks Team Avatar...)

Sokka: Hey, skunky! Why don't you pick on someone your own size? (Hei Bai goes after Sokka) I... I didn't mean me.

Sokka: That is one big birdie.

Wan Shi Tong: "Birdie"? I am no birdie. I am the spirit of knowledge itself.

Aang: Please excuse Sokka. He didn't mean anything.

(After Wan Shi Tong finishes talking to Aang and leaves...)

Sokka: Bye-bye, Birdie.

Katara (to Aang): You know, I've always felt I was a spiritually-attuned person. Might be why I crossed over with you.

Sokka: Is that a frog or a froggy thing?

Katara: I have no idea how he got in here.

(Sokka finds little girl in the forest...)

Sokka: Hey! No, it's okay. I'm not gonna hurt you. You lost? Uh, my name's Sokka. Rhymes with "okka" and "wakka wakka."

Aang: We've been running into the Firebenders a lot more often.

Katara: We're getting closer to the Fire Nation border. It was bound to happen, even without Sokka's tragic dating attempts.

Sokka: Hey, how was I supposed to know she was a Fire Nation soldier?

(Aang and Bumi are fighting, Bumi pulled parts of the stone ceiling off and Aang is now holding them in the air to not fall on them. When Sokka and Katara help, he lets the stones fall around them...)

Sokka (to Aang): Well, kid, you sure know how to bring the house down.

Sokka is a character from Avatar: The Last Airbender

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Sokka is a key character in the Netflix television series “Avatar: The Last Airbender,” played by actor Ian Ousley. He is a member of the Southern Water Tribe and is known for his sharp wit, resourcefulness, and strategic mind. Sokka is the older brother and protector of Katara, and he is also an integral member of Team Avatar alongside Aang, Katara, Toph, and later Zuko.


Family plays a significant role in Sokka’s character development. He is the son of Chief Hakoda and Kya, and he takes on a leadership role within his tribe after his father leaves to fight in the war. Sokka’s relationship with his sister Katara is central to the series, as they navigate the challenges of their journey together and support each other through thick and thin.


One interesting fact about Sokka is his non-bending status. Unlike his sister Katara, who is a skilled Waterbender, Sokka does not possess bending abilities. However, he compensates for this with his intelligence, creativity, and proficiency in weaponry and combat. Sokka’s ingenuity and resourcefulness are highlighted throughout the series as he comes up with clever strategies and inventions to aid Team Avatar in their quest to defeat the Fire Nation and bring balance to the world.

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