The Clone Wars

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The Clone Wars the Wrong Jedi Television
Five Thoughts on Star Wars: The Clone Wars‘ “Sabotage,” “The Jedi Who Knew Too Much,” “To Catch a Jedi,” and “The Wrong Jedi”

By | Jul 18, 2018 | Television

Star Wars: The Clone Wars more or less ends right here. Sure, there’s a sixth season, but that’s full of scraps and side stories. Ahsoka has been the heart and soul of the show, and her arc ends here. Let’s dig in. 1. Ahsoka’s build up From her first introduction as a somewhat annoying padawan […]

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The Clone Wars - Point of No Return Television
Five Thoughts on Star Wars: The Clone Wars‘ “Secret Weapons,” “A Sunny Day in the Void,” “Missing in Action,” and “Point of No Return”

By | Jul 4, 2018 | Television

It may not feel like it based on the episodes I’m actually watching, but I am pretty close to the end of my time reviewing The Clone Wars. After today, there are only six more arcs worth of show, and because of that, this droid-centric four episodes feels very poorly timed. 1. D-Squad In theory, […]

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Star Wars: The Clone Wars - The Gathering Television
Five Thoughts on Star Wars: The Clone Wars‘ “The Gathering,” “A Test of Strength,” “Bound for Rescue,” and “A Necessary Bond”

By | Jun 27, 2018 | Television

So much of The Clone Wars has been focused on Ahsoka’s journey, but we join her story already in progress. The younglings we meet this week are not exactly at the start of their journey, but they represent a time we haven’t seen yet in Star Wars canon. These were some of my favorite episodes […]

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The Clone Wars A War on Two Fronts Television
Five Thoughts on Star Wars: The Clone Wars‘ “Revival,” “A War on Two Fronts,” “Front Runners,” “The Soft War,” and “Tipping Points”

By | Jun 20, 2018 | Television

Now this is podracing The Clone Wars! Season 5, just a few episodes in, delivers on just about all the promises that friends told me about the show, and sets up some really interesting characters and scenarios for the future. Lets dig in! 1. A banger of a start The season begins with what, essentially, […]

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The Clone Wars - Deception Television
Five Six Thoughts on Star Wars: The Clone Wars‘ “A Friend in Need,” “Deception,” “Friends and Enemies,” “The Box,” and “Crisis on Naboo”

By | Jun 6, 2018 | Television

This week, I’m talking about a stand alone episode that’s a sequel to an arc from last year, as well as a huge, really important three-parter. So, I needed an extra thought, what of it? 1. Lux and Deluxe Lux Bonteri is back, attempting to avenge his mother’s death, but unwilling to join the Republic. […]

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The Clone Wars Krell Television
Five Thoughts on Star Wars: The Clone Wars‘ “Darkness on Umbara,” “The General,” “Plan of Dissent,” and “Carnage of Krell”

By | May 23, 2018 | Television

This arc seems like a direct response to some dickhead who would say something like “Clone Wars? Not enough clones, not enough war.” Let’s dig in. 1. In the shit These episodes, more than any other of the show, are truly ‘war’-ish. This feels like a Vietnam film at times, with the relentless and, at […]

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Star Wars: The Clone Wars Gungans Attack Television
Five Thoughts on Star Wars: The Clone Wars‘ “Water War,” “Gungan Attack,” and “Prisoners”

By | May 9, 2018 | Television

The fourth season of The Clone Wars kicked off with a three-parter set on Mon Cala. Let’s dig right in. 1. Lee-Char There’s something about young royalty in the Star Wars universe, isn’t there? Unlike Leia and Padme, however, young Prince Lee-Char does not seem to have the confidence in his leadership abilities, at least […]

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