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One of the most successful producers of all time, one of maybe 3 women powerful enough in Hollywood to be able to hire directors without oversight, literally handpicked by Lucas, responsible for pushi

So we going to talk abou Filoni not pulling a Filoni? Cause man... it was telegraphed AF but I didn't expect it so quick!

There are definitely no Wookiees in the Lucasfilm or Disney production teams. Probably no Sullastans, Bothans, Rodians, Hutts, Gamorreans, Ugnaughts, Kaminoans, or Geonosians, either. Institutional sp

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+3 on Grievous in the original Clone Wars animated miniseries. That was the only version of him I actually saw as a serious threat to jedi and actually liked. In ROTS he seemed like a time filling mini boss, which he was, and I felt that they killed off the wrong villain (Dooku) early on in the movie. But in the Clone Wars minisodes, he seemed an unstoppable beast. I also wished the set up of Mace Windu crushing his lungs paid off more than the awkward cough in the movie. Also there should have been more of an ongoing Mace VS Grievous arc in TCW.

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I liked the Rogue One reference. Though I find it hard to believe that Thrawn would have to pitch the Tie Defenders over the Death Star. Maybe in Tarkin's mind the Death Star would seem like a waste, but in the Emperor's mind it seems like a no brainier.

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Mass production of TIE Defenders, expensive as it would be, would be significantly cheaper than building the Death Star.

 

So does this mean that Pryce is directly responsible for the construction of the Death Star and the establishment of the Tarkin Doctrine? Is that even a thing in the Disney canon?

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...and time travel.

Seriously? UGHHH!!!!! Star Wars doesn't need time travel.

 

I hope it was just some magical force BS for a one off episode a la Clone Wars' episode Sacrifice, and not "let's sling-shot a Y-wing fighter around a star to change history and bring Kanaan and Ahsoka back to life" BS. Does it have something to do with that sinking Jedi temple or Malachor v?

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Unfortunately, El Chupacabra, that is exactly what happened.

 

Also, I wasn't sure what was going on with Palpatine's magic mirror and the blue fire.

Haven't seen the episode yet, but that sounds disappointing. Never thought I would ever see Star Wars time travel stories.

 

That said, as long as they don't have Rey, Finn and Poe pop up in the series finale using a holocron to meet the crew of the Ghost, a la Star Trek Enterprise These are the Voyages-style, I can deal with a time travel story....I guess. Hopefully this time travel stuff will end up being some force dream sequence or something. Or just ignored with what time they have left.

 

Was the episode at least kind of good?

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