Star Wars: The Bad Batch continues its middling weekly episodes, and “Infested” is another forgettable one that barely moves the story forward.
While “Rescue on Ryloth” feels like another detour for Star Wars: The Bad Batch, it at least gives us a clear glimpse of where the series’ last four episodes will go.
The latest episode of Star Wars: The Bad Batch, “Devil’s Deal”, subverts the initial beats of the previous ten episodes for an origin story of a fan-favorite character we didn’t know we wanted.
“Common Ground” retracts previous character development in favor of a dull side-quest that has nothing to do with what The Bad Batch ‘s last two episodes have established.
In No Sudden Move, Steven Soderbergh unleashes his classic aesthetics for a fun crime-caper featuring a star-studded cast.
Things are heating up in The Bad Batch, with “Bounty Lost” delivering long-awaited answers on Omega’s purpose to the Kaminoans.
While its intentions are admirable, Good on Paper falls short of impressing with an unfocused plot and unfunny jokes.
“Reunion” is the first excellent episode of Star Wars: The Bad Batch, with a surprising character reveal that will leave audiences wanting more.
A fan-favorite character shows up in “Battle Scars”, another enjoyable episode of The Bad Batch that doesn’t necessarily advance the story forward.
Hellbent on impressing with exuberant amounts of style, George Gallo’s Vanquish doesn’t know that characters…