Discussion in 'Star Wars TV' started by Seerow, Jan 2, 2013.
Hands down, the best question that I've seen all day.
Don't agree with it, but that is funny as hell.
I found this funnier then I should've.
Don't get too excited about this Gregor, he's just going to be a background character.
This episode will be about Chuck Norris Kyle Katarn rescuing D-Squad from a Viet Cong CIS prison camp, where Gregor just happens to be imprisoned.
I would prefer "Missing in Action" to be like "A Sunny Day in the Void," but I guess I'll have to deal with conventional TCW episodes.
I'm thinking 'conventional' just means some Republic vs. Separatist, Clone vs Droids type stuff.
Wonder if Gregor still remembers all of his orders?
Like the sixty-sixth, one.
TCW finally strikes into the real world; men's who house is a low-down full of crickets and is finally recruited into the army by some ambitious leader and his squad.
Palpatine: Execute Order 66.
Palpatine: Dude, really?
So the hype for this episode pretty big by now, right?
It seems that way, but it's a droid/clone episode, which means my expectations can't get any lower.
I'm still trying to wrap my brain around all the Gregor hype, and it's not happening.
My expectation is "better than Sunny Day in the Void", so...yeah, very low.
"Here we go again!"
Eh, not really.
I'd rather not experience an overload of "out there" stories like the Void. I wouldn't mind another conventional story now.
However, I hope LFA don't make the same mistake they made after seeing the negative reaction from some quarters to the S3 political episodes, when they cancelled almost all future politically-focused episodes in response. TCW has really suffered from the lack of those stories, and it would suffer from the lack of the occasional "out there" stories.
@Darth Vader Tonight, I hope you can spoil us. I expect a big "It was awesome!"
I just want you to know, I LOVE your avatar.
I guess that means I'll have to avoid this thread till Sunday.
why thank you, love ur avatar as well
@KenobiSkywalker yes more than likely
I'm willing to give 'unconventional' episodes a chance and hope this won't be the case. I like it when TCW tries something innovative atleast half the time. Void is probably the best example of it and really surprised me with how deep it was. I that explore stuff like; There is not life until you understand that there is death, so you can live your life to the fullest and no matter what, maintain your morals, so you may die gracefully. However there is nothing wrong with a little old fashion clone shooting and droids action. As the Aaron Lewis sang, "Its been a while."
Is there anywhere I can see some details on these cancelled political episodes!?
Me neither, but funny