‘Clone Wars': Sam Witwer, Ashley Eckstein, and Matt Lanter Talk ‘The Lawless’ — VIDEO

Star Wars The Clone Wars Sam Witwer Ashley Eckstein Matt Lanter and Dave Filoni Google Hangout

So if, like me, you’re a diehard fan of Cartoon Network’s Star Wars: The Clone Wars, your head is probably spinning right now. That’s because today’s episode, “The Lawless,” didn’t just cap Darth Maul’s storyline in Season 5. [MAJOR SPOILER ALERT!]

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It shocked us with a couple major character deaths, provided possibly the most emotional moment Obi-Wan Kenobi has ever had on the show, and managed to top last week’s seemingly un-top-able Maul vs. Vizsla showdown with a three-way Sith Lord smackdown that instantly ranks as Clone Wars‘ all-time greatest lightsaber fight.

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Yeah, there was a lot to wrap your head around. So to help you guys out, hopefully you logged on earlier today to catch the first-ever Star Wars: The Clone Wars Google Hangout, in which Sam Witwer (Darth Maul), Ashley Eckstein (Ahsoka), Matt Lanter (Anakin) and supervising director Dave Filoni discussed “The Lawless” and teased the upcoming, secrecy-shrouded finale arc focusing on Ahsoka. But never fear! If you missed the chat, which was moderated by myself and Lucasfilm’s Pablo Hidalgo, we’re embedding it here, so you can watch it at your leisure. Please tell me I’m not too awkward in it.

What questions didn’t get fielded by the team that you’d like to ask in the future?

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[Photo Credit: Lucasfilm]

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Editor/Interactive Content Director Christian Blauvelt is Hollywood.com’s expert for all things geek. Can’t tell the difference between a Kowakian monkey lizard and a Krayt dragon? Don’t know whether to order a raktajino or a Romulan Ale from your Ferengi barman? He’s your geek! This knowledge was acquired over many years of rigorous training during his youth on the swamp planet St. Petersburg, FL. Think of him like Channing Tatum in Magic Mike but with entertainment journalism in place of the custom furniture ambitions and minus the washboard abs. A stint on the ice planet Hoth (Northwestern University) finally led to him coming to Coruscant (New York City), where he helps share his knowledge with you all. He will desperately try to avoid puns like, "Set phasers for phun!"