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Rebels Chat, Episode 48: Clone Wars, Season Two, Episodes 1-4

Welcome to The Wookiee Gunner’s Rebels Chat, a family-friendly podcast, where Johnamarie and Maria share impressions, reactions, and favorite moments of the latest Star Wars Rebels episode. While Star Wars Rebels is on break, the two will explore other parts of the Star Wars universe.

In this episode, we look at the first batch of season two episodes of Star Wars: The Clone Wars, specifically “Holocron Crisis”, “Cargo of Doom”, “Children of the Force”, and “Senate Spy”.

Topics of discussion focus on Ahsoka’s temporary guard duty at the Jedi Archives, Cad Bane’s return and mission to acquire a Jedi holocron, Sidious’ scheme with Force sensitive children, Anakin and Padmé’s imbalanced relationship, and much more! We also talk about the Star Wars Rebels season three clip that debuted on the Star Wars Show. Our breakdown of the Star Wars Rebels trailer will come at a later date!

Don’t forget to rate and comment on iTunes and follow Rebels Chat on Twitter.

You can also listen to this episode over at Audiomack or download (right-click and save) it to your computer.

At 88 MB, this episode is about 1 hour and 13 minutes long.

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About Johnamarie Macias (1137 Articles)
Content Creator of TWG. I love everything pertaining to the 'Star Wars' animated shows! Follow me on Twitter and Instagram by searching for @BlueJaigEyes.

2 Comments on Rebels Chat, Episode 48: Clone Wars, Season Two, Episodes 1-4

  1. I didn’t realize until watching this episode twice that it was heavily inspired by the Hitchock film “Notorious” where Ingrid Bergman’s character is asked by the US government to rekindle romance with a man suspected of assisting Nazis. Consequently, she’s also poisoned in an attempt to shut her up and the staircase scene is right out of “Notorious” where Cary Grant carries her to safety. (I don’t think I’d share drinks with anyone either, even if it was a mocha frappucino!)

    JM, how does the purple dress compare to the gauzy one she wears in “Attack of the Clones” by the Naboo lake? I don’t know how that one got held up with nothing in the back!

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    • Apologies for my insanely late reply! I think the Naboo Lake dress had a collar, right? I think that’s how it was held up, but this purple dress had to have been glued to her, lol! I’ll have to compare it another time when I get the chance! :)

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