Discussion in 'Star Wars TV' started by RevantheJediMaster, Jul 15, 2005.
Ahsoka replaced Daughter. Fact.
No, Ahsoka is the real Chosen One.
Gascon is the Chosen One
You know, I'm proud to say I have never watched the Droid arc all the way through. When I was watching season 5, I made it a point to skip those episodes on my BluRay.
I physically could not make it. I watched the last episode because Carida was said to be in it, but even that was sleep-inducing. The first two I have only seen five minutes of.
I have seen them all the way through.
I want that 66 minutes of my life back.
No. Just no.
Last episode was good cause
Ew, they actually say that? I hate when they try to be cute with their callbacks. It gives me embarrassment chills.
Nah, they don't that I can recall, but still...
Missing in Action was better than the others because of Gregor, R2 and Anakin but it still wasn't good.
They sure promoted Gregor a lot ahead of time, but once the episode aired he wasn't nearly enough to save it, IMO.
I've still got a few Mister Borgus jokes in my head though.
Even I found "A Sunny Day in the Void" extremely painful, and I'm easily satisfied ^^.
Borgus where are my pancakes!!!!!
I am the same way, and I hated that episode. It was literally a complete waste.
Palpatine: "Those responsible for 'A Sunny Day in the Void' will be hunted down and defeated." (applause)
"The Gasconian rebellion has been foiled!!"
No, that ARC was a whole waste of my time. Wrong, Season 5 was a waste of my time except the Younglings and last 2 ARCS.
Gregor helped the 3rd episode of the Droid ARC.
And Hondo totally made the Younglings one.
Oh and Gungi, I hope he survives the purge and is in Rebels.
I have a unique fondness for A Sunny Day in the Void. I actually gave it a 10, poking fun at myself in the episode thread. I think having just finished the anime Casshern Sins affected the way I took in the episode. It covered the same topic although not quite as deeply. Yeah it was pretty looney toonish at times but it was a philosophical exploration on what it means to be alive and mortality. You see, Gascon is a frog-like creature and so got dehydrated rapidly. He goes insane thinking he's going to die in the 'void'. None of the droids could relate to Gascon's fear of death because they are just about immortal. Wac even thing he should give up, as in commit suicide. There is also exploration into programming vs creativity. I thought this was another of the bold direction TCW tried to go in because its a really dark topic. Unfortunately I don't think it was one most people wanted to see SW cover. The big problem with the D-Squad arc IMO is its just to long and the final episode tossed it all away with a macguffin.
I agree with you there, I loved me some Gungi.
That arc was OK; the only episodes in season 5 that I can say that I really liked were Eminence and The Lawless.
Gungi better survive past Rebels or all hell will break loose
He shall be part of The New Order in the ST.
Sorry to DP but isn't this Rebels?
Twi'lek and Mon Cal ship mates confirmed.
While not unknown species, I'm surprised there's no humans, beyond the stormie, that is. Perhaps the trooper is Ezra or Kadaan or whatever, and deserts.