The Clone Star Wars: The Clone Wars

Again, the structure of the beginning is definitely a reminder that it’s the end. There’s no title card with a meaningful lesson or mor...

The Clone Wars
Again, the structure of the beginning is definitely a reminder that it’s the end. There’s no title card with a meaningful lesson or moral. And the typical logo is turned red. Not to mention, the usual music intro for The Clone Wars is instead replaced with the iconic Star Wars fanfare. And to add to the feel that you’re watching one of the films, the title card that is shown says, “Part I: Old Friends Not Forgotten.”

The opening narration sets the audience up: Separatists are hitting the Outer Rim hard. And so the Jedi and Republic troops go to those outlying planets to try to end the Separatists’ hold on them. This aligns perfectly with right before Revenge of the Sith, which is where this episode falls in the timeline. 

And what better way for Obi-Wan Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker to make a fabulous return as a team than to bring them back to their roots? While aiding Commander Cody on Yerbana, Obi-Wan and Anakin banter as they have countless times before in The Clone Wars. 

And their assault on the Separatist droids is almost exactly like the Battle of Christophsis from 2008 The Clone Wars movie. Both attacks happen on a bridge, and Anakin comes in with flying Clone troopers to save the day.

It’s really a perfect way to introduce the final arc; by going back to their very first battle in the series. Of course, with the animation being insanely more epic, that is.

Ahsoka is finally reunited with Anakin, but it’s a bit more strained than expected Of course, after what viewers saw last week and where the show’s headed, anticipation for Ahsoka’s call was mounting. 

While Anakin and Obi-Wan didn’t know who was on the other end of the Fulcrum  transmission, audiences did. And also, it’s a nice tie-in with Star Wars Rebels, when Ahsoka goes by Fulcrum full time as a Rebel spy. 

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There was a lot riding on Anakin and Ahsoka’s reunion. Their bond is the strongest in Ahsoka’s life, and even though she left the Order, viewers were reminded of that in Episode 6, when Ahsoka and Anakin shared a Force connection moment. Now, seeing them face-to-face after years of waiting — on the fans’ ends — it’s almost painful for viewers to see Ahsoka try to hold some distance between them. 

Anakin is so worried about her. There’s no doubt he has been ever since she left him on the steps of the Jedi Temple. And now that she’s back, he doesn’t stop himself from outwardly showing how concerned he is about her well-being.

 However, Ahsoka, as a way to probably push back her own emotion and personal feelings, really puts her foot forward to quell his emotional reaction. 

Anakin is really struggling with being the protective master he was before, to being more neutral now that she’s no longer his Padawan. But that’s Anakin; he’s always been very open with his strong emotions, which gets him in trouble time and again. It also makes him choose more personal routes in his actions.  

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Ahsoka gets her own company of Clone troopers While it’s great to see R2-D2 and Anakin so excited to see Ahsoka again, her stoic attitude is also a reminder of what’s at stake here. 

Maul has a stronghold on Mandalore, and Bo-Katan is in dire need of assistance from the Republic. Even though Obi-Wan is very set in his Jedi ways — meaning that he won’t give assistance since it will disrupt a treaty — Anakin goes ahead and shows Ahsoka what part of his 501st Legion has been working on. 

As Ahsoka and Anakin are walking through the halls, other Clones are saluting her and still using the term “commander” and “sir,” which is what they called her when she was in command.

 She surprisingly states that they shouldn’t do that, but Anakin says otherwise. For the Clones, “loyalty means everything,” and those terms are a way to show respect, considering all the years Ahsoka fought with them in the war. 

This goes to show that the Clones have more loyalty than the Jedi Council, and it’s just another reminder that Order 66 is going to hurt the Jedi severely. It will also go against the very morals of each and every Clone.  


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