Preview – Star Wars The Clone Wars “Senate Spy”

Padmé Amidala goes undercover in 'Senate Spy,'an all-new episode of STAR WARS: THE CLONE WARS premiering at 8:00 p.m. ET/PT Friday, October 16 on Cartoon Network.

Padmé Amidala goes undercover in 'Senate Spy,'an all-new episode of STAR WARS: THE CLONE WARS premiering at 8:00 p.m. ET/PT Friday, October 16 on Cartoon Network.

Star Wars: The Clone Wars got some great news this past week, as it was announced that their ratings have hit double-digit gains in every kid demographic out there, gaining as much as 79% in the 6 – 11 demographic and 75% in the 9 – 14 demographic. The ratings were even higher for the boys only demos, where the 9 – 14 boys only demographic actually increased by 91%.

Last week the future Emperor entered the Clone Wars front and center and proved that he has no limits, as he sent Bounty Hunter Cad Bane after some of the galaxy’s most force sensative younglings to experiment on. Skywalker and Ahsoka manage to capture Bane, but naturally he manages to escape, however not before turning over the holocron to Obi Wan and Mace Windu. Meanwhile Ahsoka and Skywalker manage to find and save the kidnapped force-sensative children just before they burn up in the Mustafar lava.

This week, in “Senate Spy” Padme is sent on a dangerous undercover mission to uncover a spy. We have a preview clip for you and its quite obvious that Anakin does not agree with Padme going on this mission. Check out the preview as well as the full synopsis below.

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Romance, Duty and Deadly Intrigue Collide in an All-New Episode of


Tasked by the Jedi Council to rekindle an old flame in order to solicit crucial — and dangerous — information from a suspected traitor, Senator Padmé Amidala finds herself torn between love and duty in ‘Senate Spy,’an all-new episode of STAR WARS: THE CLONE WARS, airing at 8:00 p.m. ET/PT Friday, October 16 on Cartoon Network.

Against Anakin’s vehement wishes, Padmé is recruited to investigate a fellow Senator — and former love interest — suspected of conspiring with the nefarious Banking Clan. A conflict as divisive as the Clone Wars has a way of turning hearts and minds, and she finds that even old friends may have new agendas. Meanwhile, Anakin must watch powerlessly from the shadows as his lady love willingly and deliberately courts the affections of another man….

While a relationship forged in the heat of war may be a crucible of heightened emotions, according to Catherine Taber — voice of Padmé Amidala — it is this fiery dynamic between two strong personalities that fuels the series’heart and keeps THE CLONE WARS interesting.

‘I think the relationship is just fun to watch,’says Taber. ‘We try to incorporate some of the things that are inherent to all deep love relationships — like jealousy and the little struggles for power, as well as those inside jokes that can only really exist between two people who know and trust one another. I want people to feel that when Anakin is in the mix, it is the only time when Padmé loses focus. In fact, I think it makes her uncomfortable, and she feels she has to prove — to herself — that her top priority is the Republic. I personally believe that, underneath it all, her primary allegiance would be to Anakin — but I don’t think she’d ever admit it.’

A departure from the epic battles and fierce fighting which has become a hallmark of THE CLONE WARS, ‘Senate Spy’explores an altogether different side of the conflict, focusing instead on the delicate political machinations as they play out behind the scenes of the swashbuckling space opera.

‘Dave [Filoni] and the team have said from the beginning that they wanted to show the Star Wars Saga from different perspectives, and this episode is a great example of that,’says Taber. ‘I love the epic battles, of course, but here we have a chance to follow the mystery, the politics and the intrigue. These slow-burn political ‘˜battles’are really driving the whole war effort. Dave actually had me watch [Alfred Hitchcock’s] Notorious before we started working on ‘˜Senate Spy.’He wanted me to see the way the pressure builds — especially when love is involved. It’s a very different kind of danger than what we’ve seen in THE CLONE WARS. I really love that about the series; we are trying to give the Star Wars audience — old and new — something special.’

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