Thursday, November 17, 2011

Clone Wars Bloopers: Ep. 4.09 "Plan Of Dissent"


This one's going to be short and sweet, the Clone Wars crew didn't give me much to work with this week!

First off, when Fives, Jesse and Hardcase first approach Rex outside the base to inform him of their plan, Jesse is on the left and Hardcase is on the right.
But after the Camera cuts away to Rex and then back, Hardcase and Jesse have switched places.

When they are flying through the Space battle Jesse says, "I'm really not liking this!"
Fives responds, "Easy, Hardcase. Don't get an itchy trigger finger!"
 So not only is Fives talking to the wrong person but the Dialog doesn't even make any sense! My guess is there's a scene in between these two of Hardcase talking that was cut out. Otherwise this is a major head scratcher!

When they enter the Space station's hanger in their Starfighters, Hardcase is well behind Jesse and Fives when they're spotted by the Battle Droids.
A few seconds later when the door begins to close Hardcase is in the front.

Big thanks once again to Ruari for spotting most of the mistakes seen above. If I made a faux pas of my own please let me know in the comments. If you enjoyed this edition of Clone Wars Bloopers please use the share buttons below.

Even though this episode was drastically slower action wise than the last two episodes, I thoroughly enjoyed it. The detail in this episode was phenomenal, specifically in the space battle with thousands of tiny pieces of debris and even bodies floating around. The music was really epic as well, I'm always happy to hear original music that hasn't been in a half dozen episodes already! Overall I give it a 7/10 rating, a worthy edition to the arc but still Doesn't top the epicness that was Darkness on Umbara.

Until next time, MTFBWY! -B-


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