Remember, the first and only reality of the Sith: there can only be two. And you are no longer my apprentice.
You have been replaced.
StarWars.com’s episode guides for The Clone Wars’ Lost Missions
6.01: The Unknown | 6.02: Conspiracy | 6.03: Fugitive | 6.04: Orders | 6.05: An Old Friend | 6.06: The Rise of Clovis | 6.07: Crisis at the Heart | 6.08: The Disappeared, Part I | 6.09: The Disappeared, Part II | 6.10: The Lost One | 6.11: Voices | 6.12: Destiny | 6.13: Sacrifice
Dave Filoni tells Entertainment Weekly that the last arc of The Clone Wars is George Lucas’ “last statement about Yoda and The Force and how things fit together” and “absolutely must-watch story content.”
We tried several seasons to tell a Yoda arc, but the problem is he’d come in and be able to solve a problem in five minutes. In the end, George finally decided to tell a big story about The Force and the balance of The Force and what it means when some people appear after they die and some don’t. Fans have long wondered about that. This goes a long way to explaining that issue. These are things that were the backbone of his Jedi ideas. How can a Star Wars fan not get excited by that?
He also touches on Order 66, Ahsoka, and what the future may hold for the untold Clone Wars stories.
The 13 ‘Lost Missions’ episodes are streaming on Netflix now, along with the show’s first 5 seasons and debut movie.