Discussion in 'Star Wars TV' started by RevantheJediMaster, Jul 15, 2005.
Tongue in cheek Legolas. Sorry for the confusion.
You spelled "oh hell" wrong.
Don't do it again.
Damn I hope Clovis dies this time...
Hope so too.....by Anakin's hand
I think there are few characters in fiction I've ever wanted to see the crap get kicked out of so much. I just hated him in season 2. I hate that this guy gets a revisit before about 5 much better one shots I'd have loved to have seen again much more.
I thought he was executed at the end of "Senate Spy" and that was the last political intrigue we'd ever see again... apparently that was far from true.
Well we didn't see it with our own eyes.
The way the droids were cocking their guns and aiming it had him (unless it was set to stun) it looks as if an execution were to take place, which is not a bad guess placing the fact that he managed to lose the details for Dooku's droid factory and threatened Lott Dod on his own world.
He probably begged for his life and was able to get away with it.
"I will charm Senator Amidala into sleeping with me, and then turn her over to you."
LOL what a dumbass.
It would probably work on Lott Dodd though.
Ya think Dooku had "other uses for him"?
Hey, since all the episodes have been on blu-ray for some time, has anyone worked out the correct timeline for the episodes?
I'm rewatching the whole series right now (on Season 3 now) and I'm noticing a LOT of jumping around in the storylineAnyone know if there is a timeline list??
Here you go.
The Clone Wars Chronological Order (TCW Episodes & Viewing Order)
Maybe that was Clovis's decoy all along. The one Anakin if going to beat the ass of is the real one. I hope.
What if it's the other way around?
What if Clovis is actually a human decoy possessed by the disembodied spirit of Voldemort Darth Plagueis so he can retake the IBC and usurp Palpatine's Clone Wars?
Extra bonus if he also really DID create Anakin years ago! Right, Padme?
I finally rewatched the Umbara Arc this week. It was as emotionally wrenching for me the second time around as it was the first time I saw it over a year ago. Every successive atrocity that Krell enacted on the Clone Troopers seemed to brilliantly faintly parallel some similar RL situation that one could recall occurring down through the ages of human history. I had sort of put off a second viewing of it for some time knowing the potential unease of having to feel and experience it all over again, but am glad I did.
Definitely one of the show's finest moments, as many of the fans here have already attested to.
Lucas once said, "In the end, the Emperor does exactly what Ben did; he can also transform himself. As Ben becomes the personification of the good side of the Force, the Emperor is the bad." This is making me wonder: had Palpatine not been thrown into a reactor, would he replace Son of Mortis while Obi-Wan replaces Daughter?