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So, I thought this was a pretty sold episode.

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Overall, I give the episode a 7/10.


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I thought Clone Cadet was okay. It wasn't great, it wasn't terrible, it was enjoyable. I think the one thing I didn't like about it was Brick, the brain dude. Having read the Traviss books, I expected the trainers to be kind of cool. To me, it seemed like a missed opportunity to portray a really cool drill sergeant kind of character, someone like Clint Eastwood in Heartbreak Ridge. Instead we get Brick who is not a likable character. Guess he might make good cannon fodder in a latter episode.

Other than that, I like how this episode built up the second one. It was really essential in doing that and I thought it was a decent pay off.
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They so should have had Kal Skirata in it, played by R. Lee. Ermey... Laughing


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I thought it was good. I liked seeing the Dominos again, especially Echo. The dialogue was a tad cheesey, but I laughed at the part where one of the clones (this time it was really hard to keep them straight Shocked ) said about going out and meeting girls and then another one said, "We've never even met a girl!" Laughing I never thought about that before.
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This was a good one, and while I had worries about 99 before seeing it, I was put at ease when they didn't give us a reason as to why he was so old. I'm guessing just a mix up by the Kaminoans, introducing the wrong chemicals at the wrong time, that made him grow fast.
And, by the way, in case you're wondering why I'm only commenting on these first two in detail it's because us Brits have only just got them.


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Hmm, I'll have to look and see if I can find a British TV schedule.

On the flip side, you can always watch them online. I believe starwars.com usually shows each episode in full one week after release.
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They show them on Monday. My after-school tradition. Wink
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They show them on Saturdays on Sky Premiere at 10am and later at 5:30pm. Next saturday will show episode 3, Skuldren. I can't watch them online for some reason, even on SW.com. I don't think you can watch them outside North America.
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<cue soothing announcer's voice>"Come to Canadania, the land of swash buckling mice who obsess about all things Narnia and Star Wars..." Very Happy
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Wow. Sounds like Heaven. Wink
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