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"Star Wars: The Clone Wars" Senate Spy (TV Episode 2009) Poster

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There are no Clone Troopers in this story and not a single blaster is fired, nor Lightsaber ignited, nor any kind of explosion.
Padmé mentions the Holonet to Rush Clovis, the first time this expanded universe concept is mentioned in a source like this. The HoloNet is a galaxy-wide communications network that works somewhat like television and the Internet. It was first mentioned in a 1989 roleplaying game sourcebook.
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An earlier concept for this story would have replaced Rush Clovis with the boy Palo, mentioned by Padmé in Episode II. This was abandoned for a couple of obvious reasons. One, Palo is said to have abandoned politics to become an artist. Secondly, their relationship was at a very young age - when Padmé was 12. It worked better for the thread of jealousy if Padmé's past flame would have been a relationship she had as an adult.
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The all-Aurebesh screen on the holographic projector in Lott Dod's library actually contains tutorial text for basic 3-D computer modelling.
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The take-out food Anakin carries is labeled "WARM FOOD" on the side, and "SUSHI" on the top. The crashing wave design printed on the box is taken from a recently produced R2-D2 tea towel.
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The 'Jedi fortune cookie' message that opens the show reads "A true heart should never be doubted."
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