Saturday, December 10, 2011

Clone Wars Bloopers: Ep. 4.11 "Kidnapped"

By: Benjamin Hart

Kidnapped was chocked full of bloopers! This is gonna be good!

This one surprisingly came straight from Wookieepedia, as Anthony pointed out. When the Republic fleet arrives at Kiros, a Venator-class Star Destroyer, two Arquitens-class light cruisers and a Consular-class cruiser descend into the atmosphere.
But when it cuts to the surface the only ship that can be seen is an Acclamator-class assault ship.

Let's do some counting now shall we; First we have five biker Droids...
 There goes one...
And another...
Leaving us Seven... Wait. What? Whatever, let's keep moving.
Back at the beginning we have eleven BARC Speeders total.
In the next shot there's nine.
One down...
Then two...
Giving us a grand total of Ten speeders.... WHAT!?! Ugh.. My brain hurts.

At the end of the speeder battle, Rex pulls out a rocket launcher that he didn't appear to have in the preceding battle.

While Ahsoka and Anakin are trying to deactivate the last two bombs, Super Battle Droids begin firing at them from the roof. They destroy all but one of the Droids...
 ...which seems to disappear after the "Snipers" show up.

During the same sequence, Ahsoka removes the Pentagon shaped panel from one of the bombs.
When the Snipers attack, it ends up on the ground at Ahsoka's feet.
Later on the panel has magically been restored to it's original position.

Random Note: Highs & Lows
Any idea why Obi-Wan and Rex's speeder is considerably higher than Anakin and Ahsoka's?

If enjoyed this editon of CWB please click the share buttons below! Big thanks to Ruari and Anthony for tracking down several of the bloopers seen above. Feel free to leave a comment below if I made a blooper of my own.

Mini Review
I wasn't overly impressed with this episode, it was very enjoyable but after the incredible Umbara arc this one didn't hit home with me. It contained lots of great visuals, and the ending was a delightful surprise. Although Anakin's bursts of rage were over the top at times, delving into what Ahsoka knows(and doesn't know) about his past is very intriguing. Overall I give it a 6/10, a fun episode that really could have been summed up in the newsreel for the next episode.

Until next time, MTFBWY! -B-


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