Journalists see full episode of The Clone Wars

The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette‘s Tuned-in Journal (It’s a blog, dude: Just call it a blog) has a surprisingly detailed description of the episode’s contents. Worth noting: It made a ‘a positive impression.’

Spoilers are black-barred and reproduced beneath the cut.

The episode’s opening featured a re-orchestrated “Star Wars” theme song and an announcer whose voice sounds like a World War II news reel announcer.

The episode featured Jedi master Yoda on a trip to a planet to convince a leader to allow the Republic to build a base nearby. Evil Count Dooku sends evil Asajj Ventress to win the aliens’ alliance before Yoda’s arrival.

There’s a maturity to the storytelling as Yoda gives the clones a pep talk, saying, “Clones you may be, but The Force resides in all life forms.”

Later, in an amusing and unexpected moment, Yoda beheads a droid as it talks with Ventress via a hologram transmitter.

2 thoughts on “Journalists see full episode of The Clone Wars

  1. Toph

    Wow–I’m scared to read the full articles for fear of spoilers, but these are the latest headlines from the SW.com news aggregator:

    FANS: Celebration Japan Schedule
    Oh my gosh! Star Wars: The Clone Wars rocks!
    Clone Wars Three Words: It Was Awesome!
    The Clone Wars Review: “Impressive”
    Clone Wars Series First Look
    etc…

    Either they hand-pick the most positive reviews, or the praise seems to be pretty much unanimous….

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