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Post Posted: February 6th 2009 8:15 pm
 
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Episode Guide: The Hidden Enemy

Episode Air No: 16
Production No: 201

Director: Steward Lee
Writer: Drew Z. Greenberg

Episode Brief: Anakin & Obi-Wan discover evidence of a traitor amongst their ranks while attempting to lead Republic forces to liberate the planet of Christophsis from a Separatist Siege.


Post Posted: February 6th 2009 9:45 pm
 
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Not bad. I liked it. I like the idea of clones thinking for themselves. I like the setup for the movie and I love the interaction between Ventress and Obi.


Post Posted: February 6th 2009 11:59 pm
 
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COME AND GET IT :cigar: :aussie:



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• The clone barracks include pin-ups of Twi'lek girls and Naboo handmaidens.


Post Posted: February 7th 2009 7:00 am
 
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Clone: Jester is tellin' the truth. Cleans his weapon after every mission. First thing, every time. He's kind of obsessed that way.
Cody: Is that right? You were cleaning your weapon?
Jester: Yes, sir.
Cody: Go on the computer while you were in here?
Jester: No, sir. Didn't even power it up. You can check.


:lol: :handjob:


Post Posted: February 7th 2009 7:34 am
 
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Thank you Mr Psychotic! I look forward to seeing the clones bicker, etc.


Post Posted: February 7th 2009 12:51 pm
 
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The_Somnambulist wrote:
Clone: Jester is tellin' the truth. Cleans his weapon after every mission. First thing, every time. He's kind of obsessed that way.
Cody: Is that right? You were cleaning your weapon?
Jester: Yes, sir.
Cody: Go on the computer while you were in here?
Jester: No, sir. Didn't even power it up. You can check.


:handjob:


There's no way that wasn't deliberate. I couldn't believe that made its way onto a kid's show.


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The_Somnambulist wrote:
Clone: Jester is tellin' the truth. Cleans his weapon after every mission. First thing, every time. He's kind of obsessed that way.
Cody: Is that right? You were cleaning your weapon?
Jester: Yes, sir.
Cody: Go on the computer while you were in here?
Jester: No, sir. Didn't even power it up. You can check.


:handjob:

CoGro wrote:
There's no way that wasn't deliberate. I couldn't believe that made its way onto a kid's show.


Isn't the target audience twelve year old boys? ;)


Post Posted: February 8th 2009 4:32 am
 
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What I can't understand in this episode is that no one was particularly surprised that a clone can think independently enough to betray the Republic. Now the blind following of Order 66 from Ep III seems rather unconvincing.


Post Posted: February 8th 2009 7:06 am
 
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In executing Order 66, the clones thought they were protecting the Republic from traitors. From their point of view, all Jedi had become like Slick.


Post Posted: February 8th 2009 9:29 am
 
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Perhaps it was the betrayal of those like Slick that led the clone commanders to believe that Order 66 was possible.


Post Posted: February 8th 2009 11:37 am
 
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While not as good as the trooper-oriented Rookies episode, this chapter was awesome nonetheless. The Hidden Enemy himself, was simultaneously sympathetic yet unlikeable. What made the show and Rogue Trooper interesting of course was the rebelling at the concept of Clone Troopers as expendable slaves to the Jedi.

The duel Duels at the end, intercut between Clonetroopers versus Rogue Trooper and Jedi versus Ventress was another highlight. What could have been yet another lightsaber duel was spiced up with some innuendo between Ventress and her opponents. The animators even had Ventress jiggling as she walked, shaking her hips. :whatevaho:


Post Posted: February 9th 2009 8:24 am
 
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Finally got to hear some more music cues from the films. I didn't expect "The Chase Through Coruscant" to be the first thing referenced, though. But Kiner did a good job adapting it to the clone fight, and I really like how it turned out.


Post Posted: February 9th 2009 10:10 am
 
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Cartoon Network Picks Up Second Season of Star Wars: The Clone Wars (Fuck Yeah! :heavymetal:)

After debuting to record numbers and claiming the #1 series across the entire basic cable landscape in 2008 and through January 2009 with boys 6-11, Cartoon Network announced today that it has picked-up a second season of the hit CG-animated series Star Wars: The Clone Wars, from creator George Lucas and Lucasfilm Animation.

Slated to premiere in the fall of 2009, the second season will continue to take audiences on new and exciting adventures, combining the legendary storytelling of Lucasfilm with innovative animation. The season one finale of Star Wars: The Clone Wars airs on Cartoon Network Friday, March 20 at 9 pm ET/PT.

"Star Wars: The Clone Wars is like nothing else on television and has delivered for us on all levels," said Stuart Snyder, President/COO Turner Animation, Young Adults & Kids Media. "It has helped us launch a great new night of action-adventure on Fridays and build on our dominance with boys. We look forward to continuing what has been a great relationship with George and everyone at Lucasfilm."

"We're trying to push the envelope even further in the second season," said George Lucas. "In the features, I focused on telling the story of the Skywalker family. With The Clone Wars I'm exploring far beyond that and we barely scratched the surface in the first season. It's exciting to be able to take people to all these new places in the Star Wars galaxy."

The October 3, 2008 premiere of Star Wars: The Clone Wars scored as the most-watched series debut in Cartoon Network history, according to Nielsen Media Research. Since its premiere, Star Wars: The Clone Wars (Friday 9 p.m.) has ranked #1 in its time period on all television -- broadcast and ad-supported cable -- with boys 2-11, boys 6-11, and tween boys 9-14 through January 2009.

Star Wars: The Clone Wars showcases an entirely new look and feel to the galaxy far, far away, combining the expansive scope of the Star Wars saga with state-of-the-art computer-generated animation. Each week, viewers see a thrilling, 30-minute "mini-movie" created by the talented artists at Lucasfilm Animation.

On the front lines of an intergalactic struggle between good and evil, fans young and old join favorite characters such as Anakin Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi and Padmé Amidala, along with brand new heroes like Anakin's Padawan learner, Ahsoka. Sinister villains -- led by Palpatine, Count Dooku and General Grievous -- are poised to rule the galaxy. Stakes are high, and the fate of the Star Wars universe rests in the hands of the daring Jedi Knights. Their exploits lead to the action-packed battles and astonishing new revelations that fill Star Wars: The Clone Wars. With a new story each week, Star Wars: The Clone Wars continues the tradition of thrilling stories, astonishing visuals and extraordinary music that have always been the hallmark of the Star Wars saga.

Cartoon Network (CartoonNetwork.com), currently seen in more than 97 million U.S. homes and 166 countries around the world, is Turner Broadcasting System, Inc.'s ad-supported cable service now available in HD offering the best in original, acquired and classic animated entertainment for kids and families. Nightly from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. (ET, PT), Cartoon Network shares its channel space with Adult Swim, a late-night destination showcasing original and acquired animation for young adults 18-34.


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Was there any question? :whateva:



By the way, the upcoming Ryloth Trilogy gets its own fucking trailer!

Excuse me, my heart is in my throat.


Post Posted: February 9th 2009 11:14 pm
 
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Last couple episodes, the Republic was shown to be more villainous.


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The_Somnambulist wrote:
Was there any question? :whateva:



By the way, the upcoming Ryloth Trilogy gets its own fucking trailer!

Excuse me, my heart is in my throat.


Holy shit that looks fucking awesome :heavymetal:

Talk about balls to the wall. Now THAT looks like what I had envisioned for the Clone Wars. If only that was in the films.


Post Posted: February 10th 2009 4:50 am
 
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Fear the bad-assery that is Mace Windu. I wonder if they'll air all three in one day, like they're doing with these 2 virus episodes.


Post Posted: February 10th 2009 3:33 pm
 
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Agree with you folks, trailer is BRILL! Can't wait for a torrent for us UK folk!

Clone Wars is an unmitigated success in my humble apple crumble opinion!

Thanks Darth for your 720 Megaupload biscuit tin by the way!


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