As seen in “Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones,” the Clone Wars further created a political division within the galaxy. Some planets aligned with the Galactic Republic, while others aligned with the Confederacy of Independent Systems (CIS) or the Separatists.More
In the fourth episode “Star Wars: The Bad Batch,”our heroic misfits are still on the run from the newly Galactic Empire. Low on credits, fuel and food, the Batch decides to go to the planet Pantora. In addition, Tech comes up with a brilliant idea to scramble their ship’s flight signature so that they could go to any planet undetected from the eyes of the Empire. However, little do the rogue clones know, bounty hunter Fennec Shand is right on their tail.
The inhibitor chips implanted into the heads of the Clones in the Grand Army of the Republic have changed the course of the Star Wars Galaxy. When the self-appointed Emperor Palpatine uttered the chilling words “Execute Order 66,” almost every Clone trooper unwillingly carried out their programming to kill the Jedi Knights and their padawans, or those who aided them.
With the third episode “The Replacements,” the “Clone Wars” spin-off “The Bad Batch” continues to show the slow but gradual transition of the era of the Galactic Republic to the era of the tyrannical Galactic Empire.
“Cut and Run,” the second episode of the “Star Wars: The Bad Batch” reveals that J-19 is the planet Saleucami and the guy that the Batch knew is none other than fellow Clone trooper, Cut Lawquane.
On Star Wars Day – May 4, “The Bad Batch” made its phenomenal debut on the Disney+ streaming platform. It was only fitting that the show made its debut on Star Wars Day, especially since this episode was one of new beginnings for everyone’s favorite