These four episodes of the Clone War’s final season almost seemed like they could have been bundled up and repackaged as their own little movie. For the most part, this seemed like a story unfamiliar to the majority of how Clone Wars operated, as that focused mainly on being an anthology.
After six years of fans wondering what happened to Ahsoka shortly following the events of her departure from the Jedi Order, this story reveals how she started to make her first steps into a life beyond the cult.
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I recently went back and watched through the first season of Beastars in an evening and the following morning. It was a series I’d heard a lot about as it was airing, but it took me till just now to get around to it. Maybe it was because I binged through the whole show in such a short time, but it ended up making me think a little more deeply into the meaning behind the series that I have the energy do do these days.
Making me wonder what it was that Beastars was actually trying to say beyond what is was presenting at surface value.
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Maybe I’m stupid, or maybe watching the final three episodes of Jujutsu Kaisen while very tired was just a stupid idea. But throughout my time watching this show, and certainly other shows in the same genre, I find myself often struggling to fully understand what is happening on screen and how a lot of the time it doesn’t actually end up mattering by the time it’s all over.
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