March 22, 2014 in Episode Guides, The Clone Wars by Firebird

#112 The Lost Missions (aka Season 6) Episode 4

“The popular belief isn’t always the correct one.”


Fives continues to push for answers regarding the mystery of the clone contamination and secures an audience with Supreme Chancellor Palpatine. But the situation quickly collapses when Fives is accused of attacking the Chancellor, and he must flee deep into the Coruscant cityscape while pursued by fellow clone troopers.

Orders starwars.com Episode Guide. At the time of posting there is no preview or commentary.

Original ‘Airdate’ (Netflix US): 7 March 2014

Writer: Katie Lucas

Director: Kyle Dunlevy

Concept Art and Trivia

republic-medical-facility-clone-wars-604 star-wars-episode-iii-revenge-of-the-sith-darth-vader-darth-vader-18356802-1599-677

The Grand Republic Medical Facility is the same towering structure seen at the end of Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith where Darth Vader is reconstructed in his cybernetic form. Though the room where Fives is examined is similar to the one where Vader is operated on, it is a different room that is more of an operating theater with observation seats along the walls.


Seen in the hospital entrance of the Grand Republic Medical Facility is an FX-7 droid design that matches the one seen in the Rebel medical bays in Star Wars: Episode V The Empire Strikes Back.

jimtaxi jay-igno-taxi-driver-clone-wars-604

The Nimbanel taxi driver is Jay Igno, whose name is a nod to the Reverend Jim Ignatowski, Christopher Lloyd’s memorable character from the classic sitcom, Taxi.


Inside 79’s, there is a Podrace is on screen, featuring a Balnab Podracer pilot.


One of the rowdy clones at 79’s raucously proposes a toast to the 212th. This is the same unit that Clone Commander Cody leads.


Coruscant medical facility illustration (dated October 27, 2011)


Coruscant cab illustration (dated November 14, 2011).


79’s clone sports bar illustration by Chris Glenn (dated October 12, 2011).