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Clone Wars S05E18 The Jedi Who Knew Too Much

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Clone Wars S05E18 The Jedi Who Knew Too Much

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SNCommand
02.16.2013 , 01:28 PM | #1
Was a very good episode, the chase scene was phenomenal

I'm curios to see who the dark jedi is, the likely suspect would be Ventress, but one wouldn't think so with her previous character development, but then again it would be dumb to reveal it to be someone we have never seen before

I also noticed that the scene in the season 5 finale trailer where Ahsoka is seemingly on trial in front of Palpatine was not in this episode, which would mean she either gets captured or goes willingly back into custody, kind off a bummer as this might mean the season ends with her freed from her charges, was hoping for some serious shacking up of the status quo before the next season
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Personally I would slap Georges hands away from the editing desk, give him a colouring book and then remake the entire prequel trilogy so that Darth Vader uses the force to win breakdance competitions and chokes to death anyone who utters the word midichlorians.

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Eillack
02.16.2013 , 02:23 PM | #2
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SNCommand
02.16.2013 , 02:34 PM | #3
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Damn, now I'm interested in what you wrote
Quote: Originally Posted by Ben "Yahtzee" Croshaw
Personally I would slap Georges hands away from the editing desk, give him a colouring book and then remake the entire prequel trilogy so that Darth Vader uses the force to win breakdance competitions and chokes to death anyone who utters the word midichlorians.

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KEKHAN
02.16.2013 , 02:39 PM | #4
I really enjoyed the episode, and the quality of the animation in the chase scene was the most impressive i've seen to date. It is quite exciting to think of the Clone Wars and other SW animated movies that are going to be made, with Disney's financial clout and eagerness and Lucasarts animation skills the next few years are going to be great for SW fans.

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Beniboybling
02.16.2013 , 05:46 PM | #5
At first I suspected Sidious, but then the lightsaber cuts convinced me it was Ventress. But why? If it is Ventress was she targeting Ashoka all along? Did she pose as a Jedi or does she have an accomplice? And how did she know that Ashoka would get arrested? Most of all I want to know what Ventress' motives are, I mean I never got the feeling she hated the Jedi, or Anakin - although they do have a history...

But yeah, the chase scene was awesome and suspenseful. And I thought the stun bolts deflecting off her lightsaber was visually stunning. I also like the Imperial theme going on here, what with the Imperial March, the prison cells from the Death Star and the fact that there are battlecruisers, tanks and military prisons dotted about Coruscant. Can't wait to see what the underworld is like. Great episode.

EDIT: One thing I noticed has improved is the animation of facial expressions, its sort of subtle but you'll notice they're far more expressive and detailed, same goes for gestures etc. TCW has certainly come a long way.

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spookyBen
02.16.2013 , 06:38 PM | #6
I enjoyed that episode. When they were first arriving at the prison (Before Ahsoka Tano was arrested) it had a somewhat Imperial-like theme. I thought it was very imperial-like because of the colors used and just everything.

When Ahsoka Tano entered the prison, before she was arrested, the doors looked just like the ones seen on the Death Star in the actual movies. I also found it suspicious that Ahsoka Tano had to give up her lightsaber before entering, assuming the clones would kill her at a later point but apparently I was incorrect. Letta apparently actually was working with a Jedi, which was previously told to be false but right when she was about to say it, someone used the force ability known as Force Choke on her, and it was believed to be Ahsoka Tano. Commander Fox along with a squad of troopers head to the cell, and arrested Ahsoka Tano believing it was her, and it actually wasn't.

Later on, General Anakin Skywalker entered the prison facility attempting to see his apprentice, Ahsoka Tano, but was denied access due to the Admiral's jurisdiction. He was apparently furiously angry about it, but decided to exit. Personally I believed there was going to be a fight once two clone troopers appeared with shock sticks, but I was wrong. General Skywalker later came back with Captain Rex, and I believe by then Ahsoka Tano already escaped, leading to a manhunt, but with guns set to stun, not to kill once General Skywalker gave the order. She was believed to of killed clone troopers due to being located at a location with 3 clone troopers on the floor apparently dead and was ordered to be a KOS by Commander Fox, later overruled by General Skywalker.

Finally, General Skywalker along with Captain Rex located Ahsoka Tano in the sewers and then, Ahsoka Tano jumped down a large underground tunnel, I believe told to have no bottom, but she landed on a small gas-like delivery ship, and afterwards the episode was over.

I really enjoyed this episode and can't wait till the next one which I believe was named when I checked "Hunting a Jedi." I am very excited for what will be in the next episode and can't wait to find out.

I also suspected it was Sidious who killed Letta, but I found no proof of it being Sidious, nor any other Jedi or Dark Jedi yet, and I'm hoping to find out in the next episode.
I don't like the light side.

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SNCommand
02.16.2013 , 06:51 PM | #7
Well, the prime suspects we know about would be either Sidious or Ventress, could be Maul as well but I doubt he could pass as a jedi

Could also be someone we haven't seen before, but I doubt they would bring in someone unknown
Quote: Originally Posted by Ben "Yahtzee" Croshaw
Personally I would slap Georges hands away from the editing desk, give him a colouring book and then remake the entire prequel trilogy so that Darth Vader uses the force to win breakdance competitions and chokes to death anyone who utters the word midichlorians.

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spookyBen
02.16.2013 , 07:00 PM | #8
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Well, the prime suspects we know about would be either Sidious or Ventress, could be Maul as well but I doubt he could pass as a jedi

Could also be someone we haven't seen before, but I doubt they would bring in someone unknown
Who knows? They might. I highly doubt it was Maul given he is likely still angry at Sidious for killing his brother known as Savage I believe to do something such as that possibly. I doubt it was Ventress because Ventress doesn't do sneaky things like that, she attacks without stealth, period. Sidious might be it though because when you talk about the title, its "The Jedi who knew too much," so it could be that Letta was going to tell Ahsoka it was the Chancellor, who is known as Darth Sidious with his sith lord name, therefore exposing the Chancellor in a way.

But still, theres not enough proof to make actual statements of it being whoever, but I do have suspicions of either a new person being introduced, or it being sidious.
I don't like the light side.

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yoomazir
02.16.2013 , 08:27 PM | #9
Well, at least we know that the next episode is gonna happen in the same place where the upcoming Star Wars 1313 videogame is supposed to play.

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UndyingImhotep
02.16.2013 , 11:59 PM | #10
A great episode, especially at the end with the escape and resulting chase scene. I especially loved the way the stun bolts would splash as if they were liquid when blocked by Asoka's saber. I don't know if anyone else noticed it but I loved the homage to the movie "The Fugitive" when Anakin catches up to Asoka in the sewers. It reminded me of the scene where US Marshal Gerard (Tommy Lee Jones) caught up to Dr. Kimble (Harrison Ford) at the dam....just before Kimble jumps down to the spillway of the dam to escape.
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