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The Recruit 

Poe Dameron tasks young pilot "Kaz" Xiono with spying on the secretive First Order. Kaz travels to the Colossus space station and is drawn into a race there.

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Dave Filoni (created by), George Lucas (Based on STAR WARS created by) | 5 more credits »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Christopher Sean ... Kazuda Xiono (voice)
Josh Brener ... Neeku Vozo (voice)
Scott Lawrence ... Jarek Yeager (voice)
Suzie McGrath ... Tam Ryvora (voice)
Bucket Bucket ... R1-J5 a.k.a 'Bucket' (voice)
Anthony Daniels ... C-3PO (voice)
Bobby Moynihan ... Orka / Yani (voice)
Cherami Leigh ... Mia Gabon (voice)
Dee Bradley Baker ... First Order Comm Officer / Glem / Grevel (voice)
Fred Tatasciore ... Bolza Grool / Hapless Pilot / Orthog (voice)
Greg Proops ... Jak Sivrak (voice)
Jim Rash ... Flix (voice)
Jonathan Lipow Jonathan Lipow ... Glitch (voice)
Lex Lang ... Major Vonreg (voice)
Myrna Velasco ... Torra Doza (voice)
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Poe Dameron tasks young pilot "Kaz" Xiono with spying on the secretive First Order. Kaz travels to the Colossus space station and is drawn into a race there.

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7 October 2018 (USA) See more »

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Trivia

Greg Proops returns to the Star Wars galaxy to voice a new race announcer. He previously voiced one half of the two-headed Troig named Fode and Beed with Scott Capurro in Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace (1999). This time around, the as yet unseen announcer is named Jak Sivrak, and although he sounds the same as Fode, the official site describes him as 'a copycat invoking a classic announcer style'. Since the name Jak Sivrak is very similar to that of Lak Sivrak, a wolf man seen in the original version of the cantina sequence in Star Wars (1977), it is likely that Jak is also a Shistavanen wolf man. See more »

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References Rogue One (2016) See more »

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Solid Start
10 October 2018 | by chadsmoviesSee all my reviews

As I am sure most people did, I went into this rather skeptical. However, I was pleasantly surprised to find that this was actually a solid first episode. The task of a pilot episode is to establish who the main characters are, the situation they are in, and the plot of the show as a whole. And it has to do all of this while telling an interesting mini-plot for that one episode. This episode does all of that, and does it fantastically. Sure, there is a pacing problem for about three minutes in the second half of the episode (hence the nine stars), but otherwise this was a solid start that promises a show that explores a part of the Star Wars galaxy that we haven't seen before. Whether or not they will squander this opportunity remains to be seen, but for now this episode gives hope that we have yet another solid entry in the Star Wars mythos from Dave Filoni and co.


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