Hondo has failed to capture the Kaiburr crystals, but does hold Ahsoka as a prisoner. The younglings form a plan to infiltrate the pirate hideout on Florrum.

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Jeff Fischer ...
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Hondo Ohnaka (voice)
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Preigo / Pirate (voice)
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Ahsoka Tano / Aleena (voice)
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Hondo has failed to capture the Kaiburr crystals, but does hold Ahsoka as a prisoner. The younglings form a plan to infiltrate the pirate hideout on Florrum.

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The 'Jedi fortune cookie' message that opens the show reads "When we rescue others, we rescue ourselves." See more »

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Narrator: Piracy in deep space! Infamous outlaw Hondo Ohnaka attacks a Jedi transport bearng six younglings who just received their lightsaber crystals. So rare are these crystals, that Hondo knows he can sell them on the black market for a small fortune. In a desperate attempt to save the younglings, Ahsoka Tano is captured by Hondo and his pirate horde. Now, with a damaged ship, the younglings are stranded and alone...
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Another rescue mission
20 November 2013 | by (India) – See all my reviews

A disappointing follow up to two good preceding episodes. The story continues as the younglings plan to rescue Ashoka, meanwhile Kenobi is attacked by General Grievous.

First and foremost, I fail to understand why tell someone that the ship is about to blow up, when you want that person to be blown up with the ship. Pretty lame! Afterwards the writers have made a fool out of Kenobi, as first he abandons his fight with Grievous, then he tells him his plan and then he leaves the future Jedi o their own without even informing the council. He didn't even inform Anakin about his Padawan's fate. But I guess the makers are going to correct these mistakes in the next episode, better late than never.

The young-lings rescuing Ashoka, the whole setup seemed too easy, to say the least. Their should have been little more hurdles and difficulties. Grievous was under used, Hando was made to look a fool.

Direction: Average.

Script/story: Bad. Unconvincing.

Music: Good.

A disappointing episode.


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