The reason I could never be a Jedi is that they are simply not allowed to have personal attachments. That’s kind of the reason Anakin fell into being Darth Vader, too, isn’t it? This week, Ahsoka gets a real lesson in not letting her feelings get in the way of her mission.
When Anakin is gravely injured in battle, General Secura must teach Ahsoka the Jedi philosophy of having no personal attachments, even as they brave an unfamiliar planet in search of medical help for their stricken leader.
Even if you are a fan of Star Wars, you might be thinking, who the hell is General Secura? Well, I guess if you are a serious fan, you know – but for the regular fans, Aayla Secura has appeared in the comics, and she was in Episode II and III - but she never spoke. She’s the blue chick…(several lightbulbs just appeared over heads…)
Since she hasn’t ever spoken, this was a real chance for the writers to explore her and her personality. And, somehow, they decided that "Jedi have a range of personalities and attitudes, and she's very different from Kit Fisto and Anakin Skywalker. That's such a huge aspect of this series.”
Tune in for "Jedi Crash," an all-new episode of STAR WARS: THE CLONE WARS premiering at 9 p.m. ET/PT Friday, Jan. 16, on Cartoon Network.
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