Posted by Mike on September 30, 2012 at 08:44 AM CST
Star Wars: The Clone Wars is back! And so is the ForceCast Clone Wars Roundtable with Jason's and Jimmy's analytical look at the first episode of season five, Revival. Recorded at Star Wars Celebration VI, this roundtable was recorded in front of a live audience with special guests, Fall Out Boy drummer (and big-time Star Wars fan) Andy Hurley & Clone Wars voice actor Stephen Stanton. Complete with audience participation, this "town hall" version of the Roundtable is not one to miss!

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