I hate to say it, but this episode was pretty disappointing. The main thing that bothered me was the dynamic between the citizens of Onderon and the rebels. "The people don't trust us because we aren't doing enough!" No, they don't trust you because they think you're trying to kill them... The droid occupation was another gripe for me. If the droids are treating the citizens so badly, why is there any question whether the Republic should intervene? Why did Mina Bonteri support the occupation? Didn't she say that she was against the actions of Grievous and his droids? Well, it looks like Onderon's situation is no different than that of other worlds under Grievous' control. Judging from the reactions of the bystanders, the mean ol' king is the only one in favor of CIS leadership. Then there was the ending. What did Steela having a brother have to do with anything? It doesn't change her feelings toward Lux. Besides, wasn't it common knowledge? It seems to me that the scene was there just to reference ROTJ. All in all, the episode was just eye candy for me. The animation got better and better while the storytelling got weaker and weaker. The arc is focusing on droid humor and tank hijacking while main story points are left unexplained. Hopefully next week we'll be shown why the Senate upholds Onderon's occupation, why anyone would support the obviously corrupt king, and why Saw's relationship with Steela is important to Lux's relationship with Ahsoka.