Okay, this was an interesting one: - Back at CVI they showed quite a bit of the comet shower scene, with John Williams' Asteroid Field music as a temp track and it was AMAZING, it perfectly clicked together, you felt the danger of the moment. Star Tours 1 meets TESB in an original TCW story. Yet on the episode we got a *really* bland, unexciting track by Kevin Kiner. WHY. Why couldn't they just have Kiner rescore that exact track with his own twist. I just don't get why TCW holds itself back from making use of the incredible score at their disposal. Even Filoni gushed about how awesome it feels to him having his show playing to JW's score. Then why not use it?! We had re-imagings of Yoda's theme, Leia's theme, the Imperial March, the Coruscant Chase, etc. So what's the argument to go for a "lesser" track? - Okay, THE VOID. Next to Umbara and the Citadel planet, this is possibly one of the most visually memorable planets on the show yet. It was simply stunning! The fact it was such a barren land gave them the chance to create a scope I don't think we've ever seen on the show. It felt like something you'd see on Genndy Tartakovsky's shows. I got near-vertigo at least twice as a result of the vastness of the location. Once during that tracking shot that starts on a downward angle on the Colonel running, then the camera gets on his eye level and you see that endless horizon appear. - WAC and the Colonel's usual individual behaviors got annoying very fast, although I did find it hilarious that the Colonel gets stuck on a planet without any discernible terrain out of all places, making it impossible for him to create a map to go by. - I loved that flock of snake-birds down to the fact their eyes are nearly completely closed as a result of them adapting to their dry environment. What a great scene! - The dried-up dirt and corrosion on our characters and the wreckage were given the perfect attention to detail. - That POV shot of the Colonel looking up at the reflection of himself in WAC's eye are exactly the kind of imaginative shots I'd love to see a lot more of on the show. In fact, the whole episode was full of brilliantly staged shots. - At first I thought the wreckage dissolved under the non-existent sun really quickly, then I thought it was a time paradox planet, with the time running different speeds in individual zones (not logical perhaps, but it sounds neat) - The Colonel crawling up the old wreckage to get a better view of the areas also stood out for me, because it actual made use of the characters frog-like sticky toes. So yeah, while I think they went overboard on WAC's know-it-all moments and the Colonel's despair, this episode proved to be one of the visually most impressive episodes on the series yet. Definitely one the season's highlights to me.