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Padmé visits her old mentor Mina Bonteri, who has chosen the side of the Separatists but is urging for peace talks. But the Banking Clan and several corrupt senators conspire against this initiative.

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Ahsoka Tano (voice)
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Nix Card / Count Dooku / Engineer (voice)
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Lott Dod / Kerch Kushi (voice)
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Mas Amedda / Senator (voice)
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Padmé visits her old mentor Mina Bonteri, who has chosen the side of the Separatists but is urging for peace talks. But the Banking Clan and several corrupt senators conspire against this initiative.

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The 'Jedi fortune cookie' message that opens the show reads "Fear is a great motivator." See more »

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During the voting in the Senate before the explosion Typho's eye patch is gone when he speaks. See more »

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Gume Saam: This is not a matter of philosophy. More troops are needed. The Republic cannot afford to let the Separatists gain anymore ground.
Bail Organa: Our generals inform us that troops in the field continue to perform valiantly. What we cannot afford is to be irresponsible. The Republic is near bankruptcy due to the cost of the war.
Lott Dod: Bankruptcy is not necessary, my friends. If we pass Senator Saam's bill to open new lines of credit, we will gain access to the needed funds.
Mon Mothma: Won't this bill essentially deregulate ...
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The Clone Wars Writers Should be Fired!
18 September 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Yet another horrible, boring, filler episode from Lucasfilm. The people who write this stuff have obviously run out of ideas. This episode contains nothing but a bunch of politicians arguing about budget matters. If I want to watch politicians make speeches, lobby votes, make diplomatic missions, and worry about debt and domestic issues, all I have to do is look at Washington. I don't need to sit through this embarrassment of the Star Wars brand. The Clone Wars is about huge battles and ships shooting at each other. Not a bunch of senators debating foreign policy and making peace. The Padme Amidala character should be removed from the show. She does nothing but talk about diplomacy over war, peace, forgiveness, etc, and this episode has way too much of her in it.


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