Yoda Arc (or the Final RFRN) – RR Prelude #4


Yoda goes on a spectacular(ly confusing) adventure in this episode.


The transition from Republic Forces Radio Network to The Star Wars Report’s Rebels Roundtable concludes in this episode, which marks not just the end of our coverage of The Clone Wars: The Lost Missions (Season 6), but also the final episode to be simul-released as an episode of Republic Forces Radio Network . In this episode, the team takes on the “Yoda Arc,” consisting of The Lost One, Voices, Destiny, and Sacrifice.


(That’s right, Ahsoka. This is all you get to do now that you left. See what you’re missing?)

Of course, with this being the final episode under the RFRN banner, we wanted to do something special this time around. Thus, rather than the usual four panelists, this episode brings all six of the panelists who have made the jump over to The Star Wars Report’s Rebels Roundtable: Johnathan (the host); Jen; Dan; Nathan; Berent; and (for his first time ever on the panel to discuss actual episodes) Mark Hurliman of Star Wars Beyond the Films and The Star Wars Report. We are also visited by the two RFRN regulars who are not making the jump to the new show, show founder Arnie and former host Jerry, as they stop by to bid a fond farewell to the rest of the team and the RFRN audience. It is an episode for the history books . . . if ever such books were written about Star Wars podcasting, that is.

Welcome to the Rebels Roundtable prelude and the bonus episodes of Republic Forces Radio Network. Thank you for joining us as the RFRN team is born anew for a new era of Star Wars cartoons.

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  • Neosmith

    I find it interesting that the discussion of the continuity issues with Syfo Dias never really tackles the original screenplay for Episode 2, wherein Syfo Dias was originally just a cover identity for Sidious himself. Lucas basically created a major hole in the plot, when he decided to make him a separate character: http://secrethistoryofstarwars.com/sifo-who.html

    It’s telling that they deliberately avoided tackling the issue at all until the very end, as it was never going to make a whole lot of sense.