Discussion in 'Live Action, Clone Wars & Classics' started by Coric, Sep 2, 2012.
The Point of No Return preview clip has finally shown up on YouTube.
The SW version of a wax museum. That is the creepiest episode of Scooby Doo ever.
I'm not sure myself which is why I am more a proponent of moving on. I think one more follow up arc would be sufficient for Mandalore just to check out the aftermath of what happens. I really do hope if we go back it looks like an Ishvalan refugee camp.
PEOPLE, DON'T WATCH THIS! It reveals an ingenious plot twist that in hindsight I wish I hadn't been spoiled for.
I really need to avoid those preview clips in the future. They always reveal the highlight moment of every episode.
What a twist!
LOL, if no one could tell before.
@Billy_Dee_Binks HOLY @%*# THANKS for the warning.
**Here's a 2nd clip: MAKE SURE YOU DO NOT WATCH IT IF YOU DON'T WANT TO BE SPOILED!**
Buzz droids, SWEET!
Episode Guide for Point of No Return
"You must trust in others or success is impossible."
R2-D2 and his team must stop a sabotaged Jedi cruiser from destroying a crucial Republic conference.
It's a Trap.
They really like throwing OT references in this show.
Resisted. With ease.
Sidious is coming...
Yes they do
Brilliant plan to place the group within a ring of fire R2... I hope that wasn't his contribution to the war. LOL, reminds me of the Scraplets on Transformers Prime.
Looks like Aut-O may be making a return, or it's another STD with the same markings as him one.
His head was only knocked off, there were still wires going to his body from it. So he probably survived and was repaired if it's him.
Those clips were both pretty cool, admittedly. R2!!!!!!
And, I think this droid's name is Chlamydia.
I hope he's not armed with any Automatic Integrated Disruptor Systems.
Wasn't it only like two arcs ago that they established that removing the head was the only reliable way to take down a droid?
They have one more episode to resolve the claim that R2 was going to do something this season that was a huge contribution to the war effort. I'm guessing it's going to be in the form of a rescue, rather than the acquirement of the MacGuffin that he's been waving around every episode, that probably won't be very important in the end.
Buzz droids!!!!! So that's why R2 knows how to beat them in Episode 3.
Point of No Return actually looks like a episode worth watching. Wondered when they'd include Buzz Droids in the show.
If the Separatists don't succeed in blowing up the space station this'll be one of the worst episodes ever.
I predict they won't. Between R2's heroism being something Filoni was touting in early interviews related to this season as well as the Separatists getting maybe one victory every other season, and also the talk about this arc and the YJ arc being kept light hearted prior to the subsequent dark tone of Maul, I'm not banking on a Separatist victory.
New episode titles,
http://tvlistings.zap2it.com/tvlistings/ZCProgram.do?sId=EP01087361&t=Star Wars: The Clone Wars&method=getEpisodesForShow&desc=on
S05, E20 The Wrong Jedi
3/01/2013 S05, E19 To Catch a Jedi
2/22/2013 S05, E18 The Jedi Who Knew Too Much
2/15/2013 S05, E17 Sabotage
Of course they won't succeed, I'd be shocked into silence if they actually achieved something.
...These sound like Super Shadow titles... But after A Sunny Day in the Void...
Must be 23 episodes this season since there's still the three Clovis episodes, or one of them has been moved to Season 6.
The Jedi Who Knew too Much is similar to Hitchcock's The Man Who Knew too Much.
They all sound like their ripoffs of movie titles. Except To Catch a Jedi sounds like To Catch a Predator.
I wonder what Ahsoka "knows" that she's not supposed to and that would put her on the wrong side of the Republic. Preferably not the often feared prospect of her discovering Palpatine's identity, with Ahsoka going rogue and joining Asajj to galavant across the galaxy on their own opposed to the two corrupt forces fighting for control.
Not really worried that they would do that.
Those titles sound like they relate to the Ahsoka ARC. I thought that was going to be the finale. I wonder what the finale is? Could it be more Maul episodes? Filoni said he did have two storylines this season?
If those relate to the Ahsoka arc, then the finale is the Clovis arc. (Or two episodes of it anyway.)