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MAY THE FOURTH BE WITH YOU! + Me Playing John Williams music on the Otamatone! (Happy Star Wars Day 2020!)

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Today is one of the best days of the year, in my opinion. What started out as a joke several decades ago based on clever wordplay of the day May 4th and the iconic phrase "May the Force Be With You" is now still getting fans worldwide to come together to celebrate the galaxy far, far away! Regardless of what aspect of Star Wars you grew up with or love the most, today also has lots of ways to celebrate.

The first, and best way would be to watch the series finale(!) of The Clone Wars, which released today instead of on a Friday as usual. I haven't watched that yet, but will soon.

Another way would be to watch a brand new Disney+ docuseries about the making of The Mandalorian, which also had its first episode released today for while we tide for its Season 2 to be released this October.

Yet another, another way would be to rewatch (or maybe watch for the first time) Episode IX: The Rise of Skywalker, since it hit Disney+ today. Either to watch it and laugh at …

"Shattered" (EXECUTE ORDER 66.)- Episode Review - Star Wars: The Clone Wars S7 E11 (spoiler-free)

I was not prepared for this. And neither were you. Or anybody else, really.

Execute Order 66.

Omenous, thrilling music. A deep punch in the gut. And goosebumps even in the moments of relative silence as slowly, bit by bit, the entire galaxy went to hell and we saw it through a pair of eyes that hurt the viewer emotionally much more than I expected.

Hello, this is Arca, and today I will be reviewing the second-to-last episode ever of the entirety of The Clone Wars, which is Season 7 Episode 11, titled "Shattered", which released on May 1st , or yesterday (which was a Friday). Whew, that was a long sentence. By the way, image credit for the image at the top goes to Lucasfilm/Disney, obviously. Without further ado, let's get into my brief spoiler-free episode review!

This episode takes place directly after the last, when (spoilers for the previous episode, by the way, not the one I'm reviewing in the post) Ahsoka successfully captures Maul after a brief but breathtaking…