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#1 of 22 Dave Ringkor

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Posted April 08 2004 - 04:40 PM

Did anyone watch Star Wars: Clone Wars season 2 that just finished up tonight on Cartoon Network? I recorded them all but haven't watched them yet.

#2 of 22 Keith Mickunas

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Posted April 08 2004 - 04:52 PM

Same here, I got to sit down and watch them at some point. But how can I find time to watch 10 episodes in a row?Posted Image

#3 of 22 Greg_S_H

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Posted April 08 2004 - 05:17 PM

Yeah, I've seen them. There's been a little bit of discussion in the Star Wars thread in movies, but this is probably a more appropriate place. Briefly, I loved them, and they were even better than the first season. Too bad it's all over, pending any surprise announcements.

#4 of 22 RafaelB

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Posted April 09 2004 - 01:13 AM

My TiVo cut off the last 45 seconds or so and I got stuck with
All the Jedi being surrounded


Thankfully I'm TiVo-ing the marathon tonight. Posted Image

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#5 of 22 Ric Easton

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Posted April 09 2004 - 01:35 AM

Is tonight when they are playing all 20 episodes? Or is that still coming up?

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#6 of 22 Bill Williams

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Posted April 09 2004 - 01:39 AM

That's right. Cartoon Network is doing the marathon this evening of Chapters 11-20. Of course, what would make it even sweeter is if they did a marathon of all 20 episodes back-to-back to tell the entire story.
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#7 of 22 JonZ

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Posted April 09 2004 - 02:38 AM

You can see all the episodes here.....


http://www.cartoonne....com/clonewars/

#8 of 22 Gordon St Pierre

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Posted April 09 2004 - 05:59 AM

I think all episodes (20)will be on tomorrow night (sat Apr 10th ) according to THIS
The confusing thing is episodes 16-20 ..they are on at midnight tonight & not on after 1-15 are shown tomorrow night??????
Anyone see this differently?
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#9 of 22 Keith Mickunas

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Posted April 09 2004 - 06:58 AM

My Tivo has them all listed tomorrow. 8, 9, 10 and 11pm central time I believe.

#10 of 22 Ryan Heller

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Posted April 09 2004 - 07:22 AM

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You can see all the episodes here.....


Thanks for the info. I just got done watching all 20. I've always wanted to watch them, but I never knew when they came on. They were great to watch...


#11 of 22 Chad R

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Posted April 09 2004 - 08:19 AM

My TiVo cut off the last 45 seconds or so


As did my DVR. Cartoon Network must not have aired them at the proper time.

I also noticed the other day that Anakin's mechanical hand is wrong, it starts below the elbow when his arm was chopped above the elbow.

#12 of 22 MatthewLouwrens

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Posted April 09 2004 - 09:11 AM

I only just got Cartoon Network, so I only saw Chapters 17-20, but I was really impressed. I had already seen 1-4, and was really unimpressed with those, but they seem to have improved. I'm looking forward the DVD.
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#13 of 22 Adam Lenhardt

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Posted April 09 2004 - 12:52 PM

FWIW, they are much more impressive via Cartoon Network than streaming internet (or even the Hyperspace versions, which were improperly downconverted from an interlaced source.)

#14 of 22 Mark Walker

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Posted April 09 2004 - 02:06 PM

It looks like this on my DirectTV shedule:
Season 1, EPs 1-5, 6-6:30pm (Pacific Time),
Season 1, EPs 6-10, 7-7:30pm (Pacific Time),
Season 2, EPs 11-15, 8-8:30pm (Pacific Time),
Season 2, EPs 16-20, 9-9:30pm (Pacific Time).

Note that DirectTV does not delay most cable
channel shows from East to West Coast;
I see Comedy Central programming, for example,
3 hours sooner than people with cable.

I do hate those 30 minute breaks in between,
and I figure that Cartoon Network is hoping to
hook a few new people on the shows sandwiched
between these mini-marathons,
still a great chance to catch them all on television!

Paramount, please release DRAGONSLAYER on Blu-ray

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#15 of 22 Wayne Bundrick

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Posted April 10 2004 - 05:55 PM

It's a good thing I took the precaution of having my TiVo start recording a minute early, because Cartoon Network sure as hell can't tell time:

Chapters 1-5: 10 seconds early
Chapters 6-10: 50 seconds early
Chapters 11-15: 55 seconds early
Chapters 16-20: 50 seconds early
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#16 of 22 Jeff*S*C*

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Posted April 11 2004 - 12:05 AM

Chapter 13 kicks much ass.Posted Image

#17 of 22 Chris

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Posted April 11 2004 - 02:34 AM

I actually really enjoyed the entire set. I was pleasently suprised.
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#18 of 22 Andres Munoz

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Posted April 12 2004 - 01:26 AM

Wow...I didn't expect this cartoon to be this good. They rock! Are they coming out with a DVD of this? I really hope they remix it in 5.1 dolby digital. The animation is really good and a 5.1 track would go really well with it.

So this is supposed to tell us what happens between episode II and episode III? Are there supposed to be more chapters after this?
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Posted April 12 2004 - 01:32 AM

I only saw the first episode and was less-than-impressed, and gave up. I'll just keep waiting for the inevitable DVD, I guess. But thanks for the info!

#20 of 22 Bill Williams

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Posted April 12 2004 - 01:37 AM

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So this is supposed to tell us what happens between episode II and episode III? Are there supposed to be more chapters after this?

The animated micro-series tells part of the story of the Clone Wars. A number of novels, among them the Mace Windu novel "Shatterpoint", the upcoming "Medstar" duology, and the upcoming untitled Yoda novel, along with the Dark Horse Comics series "Star Wars: Republic" and the "Clone Wars Adventures" animated-based trade paperback, a number of short stories appearing in Star Wars Insider, and the computer games form the larger expanded tapestry of the Clone Wars in the 2-3 years between the end of Episode II and the start of Episode III. The animated series are reportedly set some four months after the end of Episode II, according to published timelines of the Clone Wars saga.

As for more episodes, I would be all for it in a New York minute! There have been rumors suggesting that the Clone Wars animated series may continue beyond what has been produced, but for now it has completed its announced 20-episode run.
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