The Clone Wars
- "Bounty" (March 2, 2012)
- Season 2 Episode 22 "Lethal Trackdown"
- A restless Boba Fett leaves the cockpit of the Slave I and checks on the bound and gagged Republic hostages. He loosens the gag on Admiral Kilian and offers the older officer a drink of water. Kilian tries to appeal to Fett's sense of decency, which agitates the boy.
- [Anakin] Skywalker suggests that Mace be proactive in tracking down Boba Fett, but Windu has no inclination to make a priority out of a personal vendetta.
- Slave I touches down on Florrum, and Aurra Sing gets reacquainted with Hondo Ohnaka, someone she has dated in the past. Hondo is pleased to see her, and greets Boba, telling the boy that he knew his father as an honorable man.
- Hondo leads Boba, Aurra and Castas to a bar, where Castas parts company to make a long-distance call on a public holo-transceiver. The Klatooinian calls Fong Do, a Nautolan, and reports that his working arrangement with Aurra Sing has gone sour. Aurra overhears this conversation and shoots Castas dead before her former partner is able to sell her out. Fett witness this with great misgivings.
- Boba is eager to face Mace Windu, whom he assumes is aboard the shuttle.
- Boba emerges from the shadows and holds a gun to Plo Koon's head. Plo hardly seems worried.
- Boba fires at Ahsoka, forcing her to deflect the blast. That frees Aurra to fire off a pair of rocket darts from her boot, but Plo Koon slams the table up, blocking the projectiles. Aurra stands and draws both her blasters, unleashing a barrage on Ahsoka. Plo knocks aside Boba, and Force-pushes the table between Ahsoka and Aurra. Master Plo cuts apart Aurra Sing's weapons, and orders her to surrender. Boba Fett throws a bomb into the fray, letting Sing escape.
- Sing runs away, and Boba tries to follow, but Plo Koon Force-pulls him back. To Fett's shock, Aurra keeps running, leaving him behind.
- Plo tries to get Boba Fett to reveal the location of the hostages, but Fett refuses. Hondo Ohnaka advises Fett to do so, as it is what Jango would have wanted.
- Boba Fett and Bossk are marched into a Republic prison on Coruscant. Fett is unrepentant. The shackled boy sees Mace Windu, and says he will never forgive the Jedi.
- Wikipedia description: "While Anakin and Mace Windu recover from their injuries, Plo Kloon and Ahsoka chase Boba Fett from the underworld of Coruscant to the planet Florrum. Boba's revenge scheme finally leads to a climactic battle, and the life of a Republic admiral hangs in the balance."
- S02E21 "R2 Come Home" (summary by StarWars.com)
- Reappearance of Jango Fett's helmet
- Boba Fett, son of the notorious bounty hunter Jango Fett, infiltrated a Jedi cruiser in an attempt to assassinate General Mace Windu, the man who killed his father.
- [Mace] recognizes the helmet: it is that of Jango Fett, the man he killed on Geonosis. He realizes that Boba Fett was one of the clone cadets aboard the Endurance. He Force-pulls Anakin away from the booby-trapped helmet, just as it explodes, shattering the bridge.
- Some distance away, this explosion is watched intently through a pair of electrobinoculars. Boba Fett sees his trap sprung.
- Mace reflects upon the scorched remains of Jango Fett's helmet.
- Wikipedia description: "Anakin Skywalker and Mace Windu are trapped in the crumbling ruins of a crashed ship while searching for survivors, and only R2-D2 can get out a message to save them – if he can elude vicious gundarks and, worse yet, a crew of determined bounty hunters led by Boba Fett and Aurra Sing. "
- Season 2 Episode 20 "Death Trap"
- Boba Fett first appearance
- Wikipedia description: "Boba Fett infiltrates a group of young clones with the intention of assassinating Mace Windu for killing his father Jango Fett."
- "Duchess of Mandalore" (3 of 3)
- "Voyage of Temptation" (2 of 3)
- Season 2 Episode 12 "The Mandalore Plot" (1 of 3)
- They actually had Mandalorian font in the background screen when Viszla was talking with Dooku.
- When the one Death Watch, who jumped from the balcony, was dying, they actually had him speaking in Mando'a. He even uses the phrase "Darasuum Kote," which is Mando'a for "Eternal Glory," made popular in the song from the Republic Commando games.
- Having a "Duchess of Mandalore" character is a surprise turn of events
- Was the moon's name that the Death Watch was based on, "Concordia," supposed to be an homage to Concord Dawn? Jango Fett's homeworld and also located in the Mandalore system
- Scenes with Mandalorians: the holocron scene with Dooku
- Two Mandalorians kicking around Obi-Wan in an industrial building
- Obi-Wan upside-down in a yellow container; rescue attempt by the Dutchess; two Mandalorians holding her arms; Obi-Wan breaking out and, again, kicking the Mandalorians...
- Group of Mandalorians firing guns at Obi-Wan and company; three ordered to "stop him" use their jetpacks; one gets knocked off by a blaster
- Governor Pre Vizsla walking up, says "failure," and shoots the injured Mandalorian; takes his helmet off, recognized as the governor: "For generations, my ancestors fought proudly as warriors against you Jedi. And now that woman tarnishes the very name Mandalorian. Defend her if you will. (Throws lightsaber.) This lightsaber [referencing a black lightsaber] was stolen from your Jedi Temple by my ancestors during the fall of the Old Republic. Since then, many Jedi have died upon its blade. Prepare yourself to join them."
- Fight, including a moment where Pre uses his jetpack. "Warriors, finish him." They fire three jetpack rockets, which all miss, but have some kind of tracking which corners Obi-Wan in the industrial building's basement.
- "Should we go after him, sir?" said by a Mandalorian with a Jango-esque accent. "No. There's no time. Don't worry. We'll catch up with the Dutchess."