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THE CLONE WARS episode 10-LAIR OF GRIEVOUS

EPISODE 10-LAIR OF GRIEVOUS

EPISODE 10-LAIR OF GRIEVOUS

Episode Brief: General Grievous must prove himself worthy of the Separatists when Count Dooku leads Jedi Master Kit Fisto and his former Padawan, the Mon Calamari Jedi Nahdar Vebb to Grievous’ villainous enclave

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This was a really good episode, mostly because I really like the character of GENERAL GRIEVOUS. He’s really interesting in the fact that he pretty much lives to kill Jedi. This episode marks the first appearance of KIT FISTO and his old Padawan Jedi NAHDAR VEBB in the cartoon. The action was plentiful and the annoyning quota was considerably down without Ahsoka. Count Dooku is a really big D-bag letting in the Jedi to have Grievous prove himself to the Separatists. Not a whole heck of a lot to talk about this episode other than we get a look into what Grievous looked like before he made himself into what he is today.

CHARLES’ GRADE:B+

PROS:LEARNING A BIT OF BACK HISTORY ON GENERAL GRIEVOUS, HIM SEEING THAT HE’S JUST BEING USED BY DOOKU, KIT FISTO

CONS: OTHER THAN QUICK MENTIONS WE DON’T GET THE FULL BACKSTORY ON GRIEVOUS JUST ENOUGH TO MAKE ME MORE INTERESTED IN HIM

So thats what he looked like back in the day

So that's what he looked like back in the day

Dudes got more parts than Iron Man

Dude's got more parts than Iron Man

Mortal Kombat! Oh sorry couldnt help myself

Mortal Kombat! Oh sorry couldn't help myself

Man, Grievous dog doesnt like strangers

Man, Grievous' dog doesn't like strangers

Man Grievous is gonna be madddddd

Man Grievous is gonna be madddddd you killed his dog

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