The Clone WarsManning an isolated outpost, a group of rookie clones await inspection by Commander Cody and Captain Rex. Following an apparent meteor shower, they find themselves under attack by a force of Commando Droids. The Separatist plan is to keep the outpost transmitting the all clear while a small invasion force takes out the Clone homeworld of Kamino. The few clones that survived the attack eventually meet up with Cody and Rex and together make a desperate attempt to destroy the installation, alerting the Republic to the danger.

written by Steve Melching
directed by Justin Ridge
music by Kevin Kiner / original Star Wars themes by John Williams

Cast: Dee Bradley Baker (Commander Cody / Captain Rex / Sarge / Cutup / Fives / Droidbait / Echo / Hevy / Nub / O’Niner), James Arnold Taylor (Obi-Wan Kenobi), Matthew Wood (Battle Droids / General Grievous), Matt Lanter (Anakin Skywalker), Tom Kane (Yoda / Admiral Yularen / Narrator), Nika Futterman (Asajj Ventress), Gwendoline Yeo (BD-3000 “Bettie Bot”)

LogBook entry by Philip R. Frey

Notes:This episode is production number 14.

Jedi Fortune Cookie: “The best confidence builder is experience.”

It is the first episode to focus primarily on the activites of a group of clones without support by a Jedi.

The episode marks the first appearance of the “Commando Droids”, a more versatile version of the Battle Droid, capable of impersonation and apparently a higher level of individual thought.

Justin Ridge also serves as a storyboard artist for the series. His previous work includes character designs for Fatherhood and storyboard, assistant direction and writing for Avatar: The Last Airbender.

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