REVIEW: Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Point of No Return
The D-Squad arc concluded with its fourth episode, “Point of No Return.” Megan writes:
This arc has been unfocused, at times creative and others hackneyed. It also seems largely irrelevant to the characters who have the most at stake this season: Ahsoka Tano, Asajj Ventress, Darth Maul and Savage Opress. The same is true for “Point of No Return,” the last episode in the arc. It doesn’t forward the plot of the show as a whole. It does not redeem the entire arc.
The most I can say about this episode is that it’s inoffensive and fast-paced. The stakes are high, but contrived. The whole Jedi council is supposed to be on that Republic space station, for example, but we only see Anakin and Obi-Wan. Gascon and WAC admit their own fallibility, but only a little. The stakes are purely physical, not emotional, and the episode is pretty much one long chase from one side of the cruiser to the other. Battle droids offered some funny, if bizarre, physical humor, and “I wasn’t programmed for this!” Ultimately, the droids are the only useful ones in the arc. Anakin and the captain of the Republic space station call upon theirs as soon as they need help.
Read her full review for more thoughts on the episode and the arc as a whole.
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I agree, the D-squad arc really just didn’t go anywhere. I loved the droids, even WAC, but the stories were just ok. And Gascon was driving me nuts, just seemed like he was all over the map. On to the next story arc….
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