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Page TitleEdit

The name of this page should be Star Wars: The Clone Wars Season I( 18:49, 27 November 2008 (UTC))

Shouldn't the episode lists have the preview special as the first? Dcwiki24 03:11, 1 December 2008 (UTC) Where are the titles of Episodes 11-22 from?And what happened to the episode title Cargo of Doom?Is that now a Season 2 episode or something? Echo and Cutup 17:08, 13 December 2008 (UTC)Echo and CutupEcho and Cutup 17:08, 13 December 2008 (UTC)

What episode will Cad Bane appear in? Echo and Cutup 14:46, 14 December 2008 (UTC)Echo and CutupEcho and Cutup 14:46, 14 December 2008 (UTC) Hostage Crisis.Obiwan3000 02:32, 4 January 2009 (UTC)

The Clone Wars on Fridays? Edit

Why does The Clone Wars change from Fridays to Tuesdays to Wednesdays randomly after Hostage Crisis? I thought it was on Fridays!! Confirm it!!! Etan O'Hara 7:26, 15 December 2008

Intelligence of a Droid Edit

On the Intelligence of a Droid page, it says it is the 25th episode, but on The Clone Wars: Season 1 page, it says it is Episode 27!! Which one is right? Etan O'Hara 7:38, 15 December 2008

22 episode Season?? Edit

The Clone Wars (tv series) page says each season consists of 22 episodes, but the Season 1 page has 27 episodes! Are the last 5 in Season 2 or have the seasons been extended? Etan O'Hara 19:59, 15 December 2008

Yes, I too was confused. And if you include the ones without articles, that's forty! However, it also makes some sense. Lucas expects it to run for 4-5 years, and if each season is 22, that's not much more than his minumum. But 40 episodes, that would mean in 4-5 years, 200 would have been made. That also means we would have Clone Wars nearly all year round! So my guess is that they've realized that taking a long break from it during the summer, then viewers would lose intrest. So now the only seperation between seasons is when they're relesed on DVD (and Blu-Ray). But I'm just infrencing and making guesses. -RandomBattleDroid

  • But I also see hints towards Lucas wanting to end the show quickly. For example there is an episode called Invisible Hand, which might be moving a little faster than it should if Lucas did intend to make 200 of these.


I believe this list includes season 1 and 2 episodes. But I'm only assuming that. Also, there appears to be a numerical error with the listing of episodes, number 29 is repeated twice. Meaning there are 41 episodes. Finally, is it just me or do some of these episodes sound like working titles? - Darth_Comrade

  • I agree with the working titles. At first I thought it might be spam. I mean, come on, Mystery of a Thousand Moons? I don't think they're listing Season 2 though. If anybody hear subscribes to Star Wars Insider, please say if any season 2 episode info has been released. Randombattledroid 22:38, 21 December 2008 (UTC)

Yes, those names are quite snappy. Especially Yoda's Lunch! User:Scrayer

  • Episodes 11-22(excluding Episodes 20 and 21) titles are from episod 29's title is not repeated twice,it's a different episode,It's that the word "droid" is throwing you off Echo and Cutup 17:36, 22 December 2008 (UTC)Echo and CutupEcho and Cutup 17:36, 22 December 2008 (UTC)

In the Dave Filoni/henry Gilroy interview, one stated that they were doing episodes without George's inspiration until about halfway through the season, and they also said they did the first 13 alone. So George would have to come in in at least #14, which is over halfway through 22. But the episode guide on still shows Season 1 as 22 episodes. Randombattledroid 16:36, 30 December 2008 (UTC)

  • Well, maybe they weren't talking exact numbers. Also be aware that there are still speculative titles left on this page. Don't trust them. Mauser 19:07, 30 December 2008 (UTC)
    • I know. But 14+ times 2=28+, which is 6 or more than 22.
      • But theres a preview of the "Lair of Grievous" and you see Gorge working on the Episode.--Butters4115 13:54, 2 January 2009 (UTC)
        • Keep in mind that 4 episodes produced during the first season became the movie- the Castle of Deception/Doom/Salvation trilogy (produced as 101, 103 & 104) and then, later in production, the Christophsis episode was produced as an intro to the movie (118, a number later confirmed by Pablo) when they decided to go theatrical. Yet, despite that fact, the official site's episode guide (and claims elsewhere) still place the 1st season at 22 episodes. So that means they didn't just subtract from the 1st season to make the movie, but added episodes to compensate for their removal. So, 22+4=26 episodes produced for the 1st season. 26/2= 13, and Lair of Grievous was the 12th episode produced, so that's pretty close to halfway, so mystery solved.The2ndQuest 18:06, 2 January 2009 (UTC)

Where are all these new Episode titles coming from?Edit

  • The ones after Episode 22.--Rune Haako 01:52, 23 December 2008 (UTC)
    • I was about to ask the same question, friend. I found this: but it doesn't seem to be that reliable, nor does it account for about half of them. Dr.Kermit(The Doctor is in) 03:11, 23 December 2008 (UTC)
      • This is insane! Season 1 is supposed to be only 22 episodes long, and we already have titles for.. how many? Forty-Two! I'm going to remove redlinks and blank articles right away and then stick Template:Verify onto every single page which has no title conformation in one form on another. If you're so sure about the episodes' names - prove it. Mauser 21:02, 27 December 2008 (UTC)

Dude, I don't see a reason why you did that. There's no way anyone can confirm an episode title unless it's come from Lucasfilm itself. So far whoever has been putting these episode titles up came true in the end. At least leave them there and have them as rumored or disputable. I like it when there's something for us to get excited about.Unsigned comment by (talk • contribs).

  • Well, then get a confirmation from Lucasfilm. There is no place for speculations on Wookieepedia, in fact almost everything listed here comes from Lucasfilm, because they are the ultimate source for canonical info. The titles of earlier episodes only ended up true because they were taken from official press-releases, but now this page had become a place for speculations. There is no way all 42 titles would be true when there are only 22 episodes total in Season 1. Unless you can confirm a title, it'll sonn be deleted. Mauser 22:11, 27 December 2008 (UTC)
P.S. Oh, yeah, and sign your posts with ~~~~ please.

Fair enough, I guess. I just enjoy fan speculation and discussion. I keep an updated list of episodes on The Clone Wars facebook group, that's why I enjoyed the growing list, heh. I don't actually have an account on here so I'm not sure if I can sign my post. - Darth_Comrade 14:06, 28 December 2008 (UTC)

Is there someway to contact Lucasfilm to get confirmation? Like, do they have an e-mail they will respond to? Randombattledroid 03:54, 30 December 2008 (UTC)

  • Not likely. It's much easier to simply wait - we already halfway through the Season I. Mauser 09:42, 30 December 2008 (UTC)

I thought you might want to take a look at this. [1] What do ypu think? Randombattledroid 22:38, 31 December 2008 (UTC)

  • Wikipedia is just as reliable as Wookieepedia. Anyone could add new info to that page, but without a source it means nothing. Oh, and if you ever find info about upcoming episodes on IMDB, it does not count as a source either. Mauser 22:59, 31 December 2008 (UTC)
    • Well, I'm like the guys at, I can get exited over rumors. Hey, it's a start. Randombattledroid 23:25, 31 December 2008 (UTC)
      • We're here to help people find organized official information, not to repost rumors from not-trustworthy online sources. Mauser 09:17, 1 January 2009 (UTC)
        • Then what are we doing talking about this? We should be cleaning up other articles where we have factual information. Randombattledroid 16:14, 1 January 2009 (UTC)
          • That's what everybody here is doing every single day. Mauser 16:31, 1 January 2009 (UTC)

I am the ownner of this website and the reason it isnt that reliable is because i get it from this exact website! I get the titles from the list of Clone Wars episodes) Unsigned comment by (talk • contribs). has now confirmed that episode 17 will be called: Blue Shadow Virus. It also provides a short summary. The list of episodes page should be updated

It's kind of funny how the speculated titles months ago are actually turning out to be accurate...and in order as well. I just wish we knew who it was posting them and where the source was from. Darth_Comrade 01:04, 2 February 2009 (UTC)

Yes, indeed. All the titles, that this person couldn't have made up, seem to have come from a reliable source. Maybe it is wise to put up Episode 18: Mystery of a thousand moons, Episode 19: Hostage crisis and then the Ryloth trilogy ending with ?Episode 22: Liberty on Ryloth. Although the source is still unclear, it seems to be reliable so why wouldn't we?

After a long and hard search I have finally found the source that provides information about ep. 18, 19, 20, 21 and 22 and their titles. Looks like an update to me. The source is: . I think we can rely on this info!!

You put up information that contradicts with the source you give! states that episode 19 will be Hostage Crisis, you say diferrently. Why? I hope you change it any time soon.

Note to self for future referenceEdit -- I need a name (Complain here) 19:19, 25 January 2009 (UTC)

Movie episodesEdit

We need to document somewhere how a few episodes of the series were mashed together to make the movie, along with the original "Castle" titles, otherwise people may wonder why there never were episodes with production codes 101, 103 or 104. I have at least one source that we can quote: Dangerdan97 22:37, 25 January 2009 (UTC)

  • I tried to incorporate that info about a month ago, but couldn't name my source, so they kept removing it. It's good to have an interview out there that confirms at least 1 of the 3 Castle titles (101-Castle of Deception, 103-Castle of Doom & 104-Castle of Salvation). The real question is if the Christophsis episode has an actual title since it was made specificall for the movie's intro or not. Anyways- Pablo confirmed the info that the Hutt portions were 101, 103 & 104, while Christophsis was 118. (though he says "i think", he is definitely correct). The2ndQuest 01:33, 28 January 2009 (UTC)
    • I'm sorry I kept removing it, but we cannot allow unsourced speculations, even if they eventually turn out to be true. Your TFN link is enough proof for the episode production numbers, now we only need to find an official confirmation for "Castle of Deception" and "Castle of Doom", since the Christophsis episode's name and number were revealed in the related Databank entry. If you can provide prooflinks for the rest 2 "Castles", please do so. Mauser 09:03, 31 January 2009 (UTC)

Episode NumberingEdit

Okay, I'm slightly confused here. I'd like to question the credibility of this site (namely, the airdates), because although no official source has confirmed this, I've heard that the Ryloth series is a 3-episode series, and it would make sense for it to end Season 1 (and therefore, there should be an episode between "Mystery of a Thousand Moons" and "Storm Over Ryloth", and other, although perhaps untrustworthy, sites have said that episode 19 is called "Hostage Crisis").

I know that we can't do anything about that until an official source confirms it (or perhaps I'm wrong and it won't, and all of this is false speculation), but if someone could just confirm the credibility of the site I linked to for me, that would be helpful. --CC7567 05:51, 5 February 2009 (UTC)

  • Well, now we know that it will air back-to-back with the Blue Shadow Virus. Mauser 10:26, 7 February 2009 (UTC)
    • Yup, got it. Thanks. --CC7567 10:32, 7 February 2009 (UTC)

Why are all of the production numbers being changed in the infobox? Kitfistofan93 is inserting the season numbers into them, which is redundant because the season is defined in the first part of the infobox. If the numbers with decimals are correct, the source needs to be given for that. Also, he is giving a 2 to some that are defined as being in season one. Gethralkin 19:45, 28 February 2009 (UTC)


It appears that there could be a "finale" to Season One. The Ryloth Trilogy Trailer states that it will air February 27 to March 13, and yet the Cartoon Network trailer that started appearing this past Friday (Feb. 6) stated that there are "six weeks left" of The Clone Wars. Six weeks from February 6 is March 20. Also, an article on (indicating that CN is picking up Season Two) states that the season one finale of Star Wars: The Clone Wars airs on Cartoon Network Friday, March 20 at 9 pm ET/PT. Assuming that a new episode is airing for the next six Fridays in a row, Season One should wrap up on March 13, which means it seems that there could be something following the Ryloth Trilogy, when it was previously assumed that the Ryloth Trilogy would wrap up Season One. I don't want to change this article because I don't have enough information, but I thought I would give everyone a heads-up to possibly expect something of the sort.
Of course, there could just be a break from TCW next Friday, which would make sense since there are 2 new episodes airing this week (even though it seems airheaded for CN to advertise "six weeks left" when there would in real life be five weeks and one skipped), which would mean that the Ryloth Trilogy takes up episodes 19 to 21, and that there is no extra something, just the 22nd episode wrapping up Season One as we expected. But I felt that it should be pointed out. CC7567 06:08, 10 February 2009 (UTC)

I have changed the page and I'll give reasons for the changes here. Cartoon Network Clone Wars schedule, seen on the official website, points out that there will be no new episode on February 20 (instead, there will be episodes repeated). (which is reliable I think) states that the Ryloth trilogy runs form February 27 - March 13. The first two episodes have been confirmed to be Storm over Ryloth and The Innocents of Ryloth (on the Clone Wars dvd). The final episode of the trilogy will probably be Liberty on Ryloth, but we're not sure since there is no proper source. Therefore, I called it Ryloth trilogy part 3. There has been no official cofirmation that this is the final of the series. also confirmed that the last episode will air March 20. I called it the season final. This episode will probably be Hostage Crisis or the episode Cargo of Doom, but again we're not sure. Kitfistofan93 20:06, 11 February 2009 (European time)

  • Well...I guess that's legitimate enough, although I still think we should wait for a source to confirm that Storm Over Ryloth is indeed airing in two weeks (and is indeed the 19th episode and not an error made by CN). I decided to change it, because rather than using a source saying that it ISN'T airing next week (and assuming that it's the 19th episode), it would be better to wait for a source saying it IS airing in two weeks and IS the 19th episode. I also removed the episode names for 21 and 22, since it would be better to leave episodes 21 and 22 blank to only put the official names on the page. (Also, if you could provide the source that says that there won't be a new episode next week, it would be nice.) --CC7567 19:44, 11 February 2009 (UTC)
  • The source? Just go to Cartoon, go to tv schedule (right), click on "see all showings" next to a star wars the clone wars programme.
    • Ah, okay. I see it. But I think it's still safer to wait for a source that says when Storm Over Ryloth is airing, not using a source that says when it's not airing. --CC7567 23:16, 11 February 2009 (UTC)

Year? Edit

What Year does these events take place in BBY? Mecenarylord 14:30, 15 February 2009 (UTC)


So far, the only confirmed info is this direct quote (from this article] on The season one finale of Star Wars: The Clone Wars airs on Cartoon Network Friday, March 20 at 9 pm ET/PT. Unfortunately, as far as I'm aware of, there isn't yet any more confirmed info, such as if it's a special or something else, so unfortunately, right now we can only assume it's a normal episode. --CC7567 23:48, 16 February 2009 (UTC)

Three parterEdit

It's been confirmed. Ryloth will be a three parter. 20:13, 21 February 2009 (UTC)

  • If you can provide a source we'll add it. Mecenarylord 23:24, 21 February 2009 (UTC)

I have changed the Innocents of Ryloth to be the 20th episode. The source is the cartoon network schedule (see all showings of star wars the clone wars.

  • Only the airdate has been confirmed; it's not the 20th episode for sure. Although it probably is, we still need to wait for a source. (Also, don't forget to sign your comments with ~~~~.) --CC7567 17:16, 25 February 2009 (UTC)
  • Fine to me, I just noticed it. But I'm sure it's the 20th episode, since it airs straight after the 19th. Kitfistofan93 19:22, 25 February 2009 (UTC)
  • Maybe it's just a minor issue here, but the title for the 21st episode isn't "The innocents of ryloth but just "Innocents of Ryloth without "the". 07:27, 26 February 2009 (UTC)

Hostage Crisis in episode nr. 22Edit

This article] confirms that the 22nd episode will be called Hostage Crisis. It airs on March 20 and will feature the series debut of Aurra Sing, Cad Bane and the new bounty hunter Robonino. Check it out and create a page please. It even has some pictures!! Unsigned comment by Kitfistofan93 (talk • contribs).

Liberty on RylothEdit

It is liberty on ryloth, not of ryloth. Unsigned comment by (talk • contribs).

Move Edit

Anyone opposed to moving this (and Season Two) to List of Star Wars: The Clone Wars episodes? --Imperialles 16:45, 6 June 2009 (UTC)

  • It may be the small mergist that's somewhere inside my head, but I don't find problems with that. The multiple articles right now are really just serving for convenience, since there's no real useful information pertaining to each specific season. CC7567 (talk) 20:31, 6 June 2009 (UTC)

Season Era?Edit

Do we change the Era to the Fall of the Republic seeing as that is the correct canon time period or do we leave it as the Rise of the Empire era? --Eddiebox28 (talk) 17:56, 4 November 2017 (UTC)

  • Pretty sure those are publishing eras rather than in-universe eras, so if anything we should remove it --Lewisr (talk) 18:01, November 4, 2017 (UTC)
    • I think your right. Instead the timeline section in the info box should be utilized as seen on the Star Wars Rebels season pages. --Eddiebox28 (talk) 22:00, 4 November 2017 (UTC)
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