The Clone Wars: ‘Duel of the Droids’ postmortem

Reaction to ‘Duel of the Droids’ was a bit less frazzled than its predecessor, though not everyone is drinking the Kool-Aid. (I, for one, have ceased even trying.) Still, there’s plenty to bask in for fans of the series, including the obligatory video commentary. (Screencap above is from .)

The real question? Is all the goodwill that Clone has built up going to be blown with this Friday’s Jar-Jar episode? Yousa can tell meesa on Saturday.

And finally, in more general TCW ware, the ForceCast sits down with Skywalker Sound’s David Acord (Rotta the Huttlet) and Matthew Wood (General Grievous.)

4 Replies to “The Clone Wars: ‘Duel of the Droids’ postmortem”

  1. I’m with Clark. I volunteered to write reviews for CW for a TV podcast site and I’m kind of regretting it. It’s just constantly getting “meh” ratings. Not sure what to make of a show with 100 nicknames for people and grisly scenes of floating bodies.

    And yeah, next week looks stunningly abysmal.

  2. Am I the only one really enjoying the show? It’s classic SW to me… alternating between cool/creepy and whiz-bang fun.

    And the Jar Jar episode is written by Kevin Rubio! I have total faith in that dude.

  3. For me it’s basically PT apathy. TCW is all the parts of the movies I was the least interested in, and I wasn’t all that interested to begin with.

    I loved Rubio’s comics, but even if he can pull it off here…. Too little, too late. It’s clear there’s nothing in this show for me.

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