Lethal Trackdown

May 4, 2013 in Episode Guides by Firebird

Season 2 Episode 22

“Insignificant problems, left unchecked, often become significant problems.”


Following a nefarious attempt to murder Anakin Skywalker and Mace Windu on Vanqor, Boba Fett and Aurra Sing go into hiding. Jedi Master Plo Koon and Ahsoka Tano set out to capture the bounty hunters. While combing through the lower depths of the Coruscant underworld, Plo and Ahsoka finally learn that Fett and his group are hiding out on Florrum. In a dramatic showdown, Fett is abandoned by Aurra Sing, leaving young Boba angry and bitter in Republic custody.

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Concept Art and Trivia

Hondo’s office is modelled after Dave Filoni’s i.e. it’s a bit of a mess.

Anakin’s stance at the window in the Jedi Temple medical bay — standing straight with arms clasped behind his back — is one he is seen adopting in Episode II and mirrors a pose commonly held by Darth Vader.

The customs droid (voiced by Jaime King) at the entry turnstile on Coruscant’s lower levels has a readout screen that displays, in Aurebesh, the text: “GALACTIC REPUBLIC CUSTOMS of CORUSCANT”


The small hover taxi that Plo Koon and Ahsoka Tano take on Coruscant is a re-use of a similar vehicle found on Mandalore in “The Mandalore Plot.”


Hondo Ohnaka’s compound on Florrum is filled with military surplus, including Republic attack gunship wings and artillery guns.

The bug-eyed RA-7 droid in the Weequay bar squawks an alien gibberish very similar to what the “Death Star Droid” in the sandcrawler says to R2-D2 in Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope.


The nightclub on Coruscant is filled with posters of various female pin-up models, including a rather voluptuous and sultry Hutt.

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If your Aurebesh is rusty the posters read in order – “To Gary X 0 X 0”, “Concert every night call 050506”, “Concert solo” and “Show girls”.