When the suspect of the Temple bombing is murdered in her cell, Ahsoka suddenly finds herself framed and on the run from the Republic military.

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Ahsoka Tano (voice)
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Clone Troopers / Captain Rex / Commander Fox / Odd Ball (voice)
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Admiral Tarkin (voice)
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Barriss Offee (voice)
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Letta Turmond (voice)
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Mace Windu / Mechanical Voice (voice) (as Terrence Carson)
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Obi-Wan Kenobi (voice)
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When the suspect of the Temple bombing is murdered in her cell, Ahsoka suddenly finds herself framed and on the run from the Republic military.

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Although they are difficult to spot, the security monitors in the Republic military prison show small images of Seperatist prisoners such as Wat Tambor (captured at the end of Season One), Poggle the Lesser (captured in Season Two) and General Whorm Loathsom (captured in Star Wars: The Clone Wars (2008)) as well as an unidentified tactical droid. See more »

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Narrator: Terror at the Temple! The Jedi Temple is in disarray after a vicious terrorist attack. Anakin Skywalker and Ahsoka Tano set out to find the truth of who was really behind this horrendous catastrophe. Their investigation led them to discover the true saboteur, Letta Turmond. Now the Jedi attempt to return the Temple to normalcy. But first, Master Yoda must give a eulogy to the fallen Jedi warriors...
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It keeps getting better and better!
8 December 2013 | by (India) – See all my reviews

The episode improves upon the previous episode and has some extremely gripping moments. An engaging plot and an even better execution, this arc is becoming as one of the best arcs of the series.

Ashoka finds herself framed with a series of events all putting her in suspicion. Anakin being the only one who believes her Ashoka finds herself on the run.

Anakin loses his cool once, which seems a little contradictory due to what he stated earlier to Ashoka. All the events are pointing towards her, it will be interesting to see how she gets out of it. Also, it will be interesting to know who is behind all this and how are they able to move so easily around the stronghold.

Direction: Great.

Screenplay/story: Awesome.

Music: Great.

Overall an extremely gripping episode.


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