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Post Posted: October 2nd 2009 11:33 pm
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October 2 2009

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Episode Guide: Holocron Heist

Episode Air No: 23
Production No: 123

Director: Justin Ridge
Writer: Paul Dini

Episode Brief: Cad Bane infiltrates the Jedi Temple and attempts steal an ancient Jedi Holocron. It's up to Ahsoka, Anakin & Obi-Wan to stop the bounty hunter from escaping with the valuable Jedi artifact.

Post Posted: October 3rd 2009 3:28 am

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A huge thanks to those good people responsible for uploading this. Network Ten here in Australia probably won't screen this for another few months, if at all.

Thank you MF for bringing us international folk our much needed dose of Clone Wars!


Post Posted: October 3rd 2009 9:47 am
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Looking at that photo I thought it was Palpatine fighting Ashoka.

Post Posted: October 3rd 2009 12:02 pm
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Just to echo the sentiments above, no sign of this in the UK so far so many thanks to for making this available.

Post Posted: October 3rd 2009 12:55 pm
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Loved it. The show is getting darker, more sinister and that's a very good thing.

Glad to have this show back :heavymetal:

Post Posted: October 4th 2009 7:54 pm
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After my initial SD viewing I was slightly underwhelmed. However after watching the now downloadable (thanks to Topeka) HD version - I am very impressed. HD viewing makes a huge difference.


The episode's score appears to incorportate an Attack Of The Clones leomotif. Jocasta Nu in a lightsaber battle is something that was unexpected. The Seth Green voiced droid "Todo" was somewhat bothersome until it's transformation from technical droid to bomb droid. However, I would like to see established film droids instead of these throwaway generic ones. A modified pit droid would do well here or even a protocal.


ABOVE: Both shows incorporate a Silence OF The Lambs - Hannibal the Cannibal style getaway.

Post Posted: October 5th 2009 8:46 pm
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Filoni talks about his approach to the Jocasta Nu fight over at the OS in the video below:

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Post Posted: October 9th 2009 1:49 pm
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Kaiburr Crystal!

Fuck Yeah!

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