What will You See in Star Wars the Bad Batch?

Clone Force 99 is a group of elite clone soldiers with genetic mutations that grant them distinctive abilities. The Clone Wars spin-off is set in the aftermath of the eponymous war and follows Clone Force 99, a group of elite clone troopers with genetic mutations that grant them unique abilities. Star Wars veteran Dave Filoni, who worked on Star Wars: The Clone Wars, created Star Wars Rebels and Star Wars Resistance, and is currently co-in-charge of the Star Wars film universe with The Mandalorian creator Jon Favreau, brings us The Bad Batch.

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What Will You Find in the Episodes of Star Wars the Bad Batch

Episode 1

While the Bad Batch—defective clones Hunter, Tech, Crosshair, and Wrecker, as well as cyborg clone Echo—help Jedi Master Depa Billaba and her Padawan Caleb Dume on Kaller before the end of the Clone Wars, Order 66 is issued, and Billaba is killed by her clones. The command is given to the Bad Batch as well, but only Crosshair feels obligated to follow it, and Hunter allows Dume to go.

Episode 2

After Order 66, the Bad Batch and Omega seek safety on Saleucami with clone deserter Cut Lawquane, who informs them about the inhibitor chips that trained the ordinary clones and Crosshair to be loyal to the Empire. Cut and his family intend to flee the Empire due to the Empire's growing military presence, but they discover that new chain codes are required to schedule public transportation.

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Episode 3

After their ship is destroyed on Saleucami, the Bad Batch and Omega are stuck on a moon, and an Ordo Moon Dragon steals the part they need to repair it. Hunter and Omega set out to get it, but Hunter is rendered unconscious. Omega continues on his own and is able to hunt down the Dragon and retrieve the part without having to fight. Crosshair is given command of a new battalion of conscripted soldiers dispatched to Onderon to wipe out Gerrera's camp by Tarkin and Admiral Rampart. Crosshair kills one disloyal recruit, but the rest obey and are otherwise successful. Gerrera is already gone.

Episode 4

The Bad Batch is obliged to stop on the next planet, Pantora, on their way to a recommended hiding site on Idaflor, so they can gather supplies and Tech can change their ship's signature, which is now on the Empire's wanted list. On Pantora, a landing bay attendant recognises the Bad Batch and alerts Fennec Shand, a mercenary hired to retrieve Omega.

Episode 5

The Bad Batch travel to Ord Mantell, where Echo knows of a Jedi informant named Cid, in the hopes of discovering who hired Shand. In exchange for their assistance, she offers to learn more about Shand: slavers have stolen a child named Muchi, and Cid will receive a payment from Jabba the Hutt if the Bad Batch assists her in rescuing the child.

Episode 6

Before it is destroyed at a Corellian decommissioning site, Cid hires the Bad Batch to acquire a Separatist tactical droid for its battle intel. They come into police droids patrolling the facility, as well as Trace and Rafa Martez, who are also on the lookout for the droid. When Wrecker collides with his head, his inhibitor chip activates. The tactical droid is programmed by Tech and the sisters to activate the police droids, allowing them to flee, but the tactical droid is killed in the process.

Episode 7

Cid tells the Bad Batch that if they don't return with the tactical droid's data, they'll have to do a major job to pay off their obligation to her. Trace and Rafa are stopped by their old acquaintance Captain Rex, Trace and Rafa's secret customer, who is startled to find that the Bad Batch have yet to remove their inhibitor chips, as he has.

Episode 8

Crosshair is dispatched to eliminate the Bad Batch after the Scrapper Guild tells the Empire of their location. Lama Su employs a second bounty hunter to retrieve Omega, fearful that she may not be returned safely. The Bad Batch is cut off from their ship by Crosshair, so they attempt to flee using the cruiser's ion engine.

Wrapping Up

George Lucas, the creator of Star Wars, intended the Bad Batch to be different from other clones by giving them specific skills, but he didn't want them to be superheroes. Cut Lawquane, Captains Rex, Howzer, and Gregor, as well as Baker, provide voices for the other clones in the series.