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  Darth Skuldren
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I found it uncomfortably awkward and silly when he tried to make artwork out of plates. And amazingly enough he didn't break any Laughing
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Yeah that was really out of place- especially considering a Jedi and his captain die in the next scene. Confused This was kind of a snoozer episode for me, but it was cool how it tied Ambush and the Ryloth Trilogy together.

I didn't get why the clones were on Ryloth though. There was such a fuss in Liberty On Ryloth about avoiding a Republic occupation, but aren't they already there? Maybe I'm missing something...
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Reepicheep wrote:
Yeah that was really out of place- especially considering a Jedi and his captain die in the next scene. Confused


Perhaps they were trying to distract the children from the violence....or something.......
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This episode would occur before the Ryloth Trilogy episodes.
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I know. I'm saying, if this took place before the earlier Ryloth episodes, why is there a Republic occupation? Cham Syndulla wanted to avoid an occupation in Liberty On Ryloth.
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Overall I was very pleased with this episode. Yes, my heart sank when I saw Jar Jar, but he wasn't overdone, and when he acted with his usual goofiness it was at least used as a strength to forward the story, not a hinderence or a distraction, and I didn't really find it jarring that the death scene and juggling act were juxtaposed together, and it didn't feel as kiddish this time, there was something almost Bruckheimer about it. Disney, but mature Disney. If that makes sense. What struck me about this one was that it centred on either previously unknown characters or minor characters, so we had no idea how it was going to end, and I almost cheered when Di died. Okay, that sounds bad, but you get my point. It's a big galaxy, a war spanning hundreds of worlds, it can't just be the same six or so people fighting it. For that reason I wouldn't feel dirty watching again, I may even enjoy it!
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On a sitenote, did anybody else feel Bail was looking a bit gaunt? Or was that because they knew this would air on Hallowe'en weekend, and they dressed him up as one of the undead?
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You know, I thought I noticed Bail looking a little strange last time I saw him in TCW. I'll have to take a closer look next time.
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I know they're not the best photos, but still:




The second is a lot more forgiving, but with the first I think you see where I'm coming from!
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