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Do you watch it regularly?
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  Jaina Solo Fel
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Honestly, I've only seen a few episodes. I might catch up one day if I feel like it, but when I heard about the whole Mandalorian fiasco it kind of turned me off really fast.

Now I know that five million people are going to come on here and tell me that the later seasons are really much better and that I should catch up. I didn't say it was a terrible show, I just said I'm not watching it regularly as of right now. Razz

So what about you? Are you watching it? Why or why not?


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Jaina Solo Fel wrote:
Honestly, I've only seen a few episodes. I might catch up one day if I feel like it, but when I heard about the whole Mandalorian fiasco it kind of turned me off really fast.

Now I know that five million people are going to come on here and tell me that the later seasons are really much better and that I should catch up. I didn't say it was a terrible show, I just said I'm not watching it regularly as of right now. Razz

So what about you? Are you watching it? Why or why not?


Sadly i just never got into it haha. I also have no time to watch TV with work and school Sad maybe someday though!!
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I watch it every week online. I was ver enthusiastic for the first two seasons but my interest has waned since and the episodes have been hit or miss.
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I watched every episode from the beginning, but I'm opposite of Reep. While I didn't think much of it at first, I started getting particularly interested in the third season - despite certain dud episodes.

Oh, and don't worry about being flamed on here. We're pretty freindly Smile

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I watched all of the first two seasons, but have gotten behind since then. I honestly forget about it.
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I still watch it weekly, though there have been a few times where I've fallen behind and had to catch up on several episodes in one sitting.

And if five million people ever come here to tell anyone anything, I will award that person with riches beyond imagination.


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REALLY!? Shocked

*runs off to start a "five million people" thread*
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Old Master Ben wrote:
I still watch it weekly, though there have been a few times where I've fallen behind and had to catch up on several episodes in one sitting.

And if five million people ever come here to tell anyone anything, I will award that person with riches beyond imagination.


Will these riches be awarded in paper money or gold bars?
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i watched a few of the 1st episodes but couldnt get into it but my 5 year old daughter has just started watching it so will probably end up watching them wiv her.


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I missed a lot at the beginning and had to catch up with the DVDs, but I watch it every week online now.
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I watch the show weekly. Mostly on saterdays or sundays together with my son after we had dinner.
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Life Is The Path wrote:
I watched every episode from the beginning, but I'm opposite of Reep. While I didn't think much of it at first, I started getting particularly interested in the third season - despite certain dud episodes.

Interesting! No, Season Three is when I started losing my die-hard interest.
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I think it was to do with the visual quality. While the first two were good, even Filoni attests that it took them a while to figure out who was good at what. So while the second series was an improvement, and a third a refinement. I also appreciate the risks they took in the last few arcs, in the third. They all started very good but, in my opinion, they went downhill quite quickly in the follow up episodes. But I like that they tried.

Too, it's marked as the season I finally liked Ahsoka. Her somber 'I'm not' line, in the second to last episode (I think) conveyed her maturity very well.
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Good points. Ahsoka and the visuals seem to get better with each passing season. Most of Season Three felt aimless though. Let's have an episode where Cad Bane tortures the droids and gets the plans for the Senate Building. Why not? I never even wondered how Bane knew his way around the Senate Building. He's a bounty hunter, he has his ways.

I think Season Two is still my favourite just for its consistency. The current Umbara episodes are the best I've seen but then this season also had those awful propaganda episodes.
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I try to watch it every week but sometimes I miss it or forget it (especially when they do their many breaks in the middle of the season). To be honest, you really don't need to catch up in order to start watching it. The earlier season jumped around a lot, so the episodes were out of order for the most part.

However, if you want to watch the current Umbaran arc, you'll need to watch the previous three episodes. They're really good.
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