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Discussion in 'TV Board' started by Truman, Nov 12, 2019.
He went into exile during Revenge of the Sith...so it's been a while
Gina gonna be killed off bc she’s crazy
I think all the trailer content has been shown, so hopefully a wild second half
Maybe, maybe not.
I'll rage quit if anything happens to Ahsoka though.
M - Count
I refuse to believe the Razor Crest could out maneuver a Tie Fighter like that, but idc. That was a good ep
Back to back solid episodes. Enjoyed the advancement of the story lines.
confirmed that macarons exist in Star Wars
Wasn't the female officer at the end the same actress that the protagonist from Battlefront 2 was based on?
Decent episode, but Carl Weathers is not a sophisticated storyteller
Supposedly next episode is titled
So they accidentally stumbled upon part of the cloning operation that Sidious had built prior to his defeat in Empire?
I see we're using Mandalorian to try and clean up RoS's bullshit
no that was Shiva from The League - Javina Gavankar. this was someone named Katy O’Brian.
That’s what I was thinking. Weird.
Here for thick Gina carrano
Surprised at people saying it was "good" or "decent"
I thought it was the best of the season and a top-five of the series so far.
It had the perfect blend of action, cliffhanger thrills, callbacks, lore building, good pacing, solid acting, and plot-progression.
Too many of these episodes have either been empty half hours of meaningless fun, or badly paced easter-egg hunts. This had it all and was, imo, one of the best examples of how great the show can be.
Only criticism for me
Really really missed Johnny Williams during the speeder bike fight
agree I was shocked to see it called a filler episode. really fun and kept the story moving. unless you came in ready to be disappointed by anything other that Ashoka you had to enjoy it.
Good action, humor, plot and character
really a solid episode
Episode definitely did a great job as a stand-alone and also progressing the overarching plot of the series. Initially seemed like another one off to hold us off until Ahsoka, and then they expertly swerved into showing us the episode actually gives us a much larger view of the plot of the series as a whole.
Forgive my ignorance here but by “cloning” y’all mean “create a Jedi”? Because that’s what I got that they were doing. Injecting baby Yoda blood to create Jedi’s.
and from what I remember the one time I watched episodes 1-3 the clones were just machine armies that looked like ant eaters.
could you at least bold the part that I'm off-base on instead of just making a post like this?
ie - if they weren't trying to inject baby yoda blood in the subjects to create jedi's in this weeks Mando episode, put that part in bold in your quote. If they were trying to create Jedi's in Attack of the Clones, put the second part of my post in bold... I just remember a huge robot army, not any science experiment to use midichlorian blood to make Jedi. But it's been 18 years since I've seen that Ep 2
the second statement has me completely baffled. I don’t really know what to say.
they cloned a human assassin called Jango Fett to create an army in the prequels.
also I think you’re confusing someone who can use the force with them being a Jedi, which isn’t necessarily true. seemed they were injecting something with baby yoda blood to give it force abilities. whether that was a clone of someone or what I have no idea.
I do faintly remember Obi-Wan and Jango Fett fighting on the landing pad in that movie. Just don't remember there being an army of Mando clones... just an army of droids having blue goo shot at them.
Still seems a little different from what they were doing in the bunker in this episode unless Jango had midichlorian juice in his blood.
Wait, you’re telling me there was a huge clone army in Attack of the Clones?????
it’s definitely different.
doesn’t mean it’s not a clone though.
The scientist dude mentioned injecting people with the highest "M-count" they could find. I presumed that they meant Mediclorian count to make it more likely that Yoda DNA would make functional force users.
yea that’s how I took it as well.
I feel safe assuming the purpose is not to create a Jedi though...
Yeah I was thinking more along the lines of the hunter guys we saw in Rebels, but with more powerful force abilities.
At first I thought it was part of the cloning operation to create a body for Palpatine since they talked about m-count I assumed it was about using the child’s DNA to create a clone body that could withstand force abilities for him long-term
But with that end shot on the bridge and the suits it looks like they’re trying to create super-warrior clones with some slight force ability
Maybe I was right originally because apparently when they find the clones the music sounds similar to Snoke’s theme from the sequel trilogy
ok homie. "functional force users" = Jedi's to the vast majority of casual star wars fans. sorry I didnt go to star wars school.
Vader? The Emporer?
I think the idea is they’re trying to make some sort of force sensitive juiced up troopers
I’m imagining like the death troopers from rogue one but who can more feel the force moreso than wield it (like Donnie yen in rogue one)
Very confused by this post. yes I know who they are. was Vader not considered a Jedi after the Anakin-Obiwan fight?
FYI I realize when having discussions with serious star wars fans that "Force sensitive" and "jedi" are not synonymous. My statement about casual star wars viewers conflating the two is true though.
jedi is an ideology or religion
I understood what you were getting at though
I did go to youtube and see the clonetrooper army from Episode 2. I was mistaking the battle of naboo for being the episode 2 battle which is what threw me off on my original post. apologies
i'm pretty sure Luke makes a joke about it when training Rey and she has a similar statement about Jedi = lifting rocks etc. Still hard to kick the habit
I thought you were trying to say that everyone that can use the force is considered a Jedi.
yeah it was a joke about her knowing next to nothing about the force much less Jedi
It sure seems like Gideon and his goons want The Child in order to extract his midichlorian-rich blood, no doubt to create a force-sensitive clone. The shot near the end which featured Moff Gideon admiring what looked to be an array of black armor suits makes me think the Empire (or maybe Gideon as a would-be Emperor) is trying to bring back the Clone Army, only this time with force powers.
That's my take on it anyway.
oh no in the last post you quoted before the Vader/Emperor comment I was acknowledging my conflating of the two terms as a casual fan. but in a slightly butthurt way
I love the child
That cookie stealing cutie
Side note: that is also user DirtBall watching MLS
Do we know if Taika directed an episode this season?