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Easter Eggs, References, & Trivia Facts in ‘Star Wars: The Bad Batch’ Season 3 Episodes 1-3

By George & Josh Bate

Bad Batch Season 3 easter eggs

The three-episode premiere of the final season of Star Wars: The Bad Batch features plenty of interesting references and hidden details. Check out all of the easter eggs we noticed in Season 3 Episodes 1-3 below:

Bad Batch Season 3 easter eggs

The tally marks on Omega’s cell wall indicate that Season 3 Episode 1 starts 21 days after Omega arrived on Tantiss. After the time jump, the tally marks indicate she has been on Tantiss for 125 days.

Bad Batch Season 3 easter eggs

Omega’s new friend Batcher is voiced by Dee Bradley Baker, who also voices the Bad Batch.

Commander Scorch appears once again as one of the soldiers policing the cloning operations on Mount Tantiss. Scorch first appeared in the Legends video game Star Wars: Republic Commando.

Bad Batch Season 3 easter eggs

Season 3 Episode 1 features the first appearance of the conscription trooper pilot, a precursor to the TIE fighter pilot.

Season 3 Episode 2 starts on the planet Devaron, which is the homeworld of the Devaronian species. A Devaronian first appeared in the Mos Eisley cantina scene of A New Hope.

Isa Durand is voiced by Anjelica Huston, who is known for her roles in The Addams Family and The Witches.

Clone Cadet Mox is voiced by Daniel Logan, who played young Boba Fett in Attack of the Clones.

Bad Batch Season 3 easter eggs

The clone cadets Deke and Stak are voiced by Julian Dennison, known for his roles in Hunt for the Wilderpeople and Deadpool 2.

Bad Batch Season 3 easter eggs

One of the cadets remarks, “It smells like a rancid jotaz out here.” A jotaz is one of the deadly animals Cal Kestis encounters on Zeffo in Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order.

Bad Batch Season 3 easter eggs

Emperor Palpatine is guarded by Imperial Royal Guards in Season 3 Episode 3. These guards first appeared in Return of the Jedi and have also featured in The Clone Wars and Revenge of the Sith.

Bad Batch Season 3 easter eggs

Doctor Hemlock mentions Project Necromancer to Palpatine. Project Necromancer was first referenced by Captain Pellaeon in The Mandalorian Season 3. The term ‘necromancer’ hints that the project has something to do with resurrection or immortality.

Hemlock also mentions “M-Count.” This is referring to midi-chlorians, microscopic life forms that serve as the foundation of life and indicate sensitivity to the Force. Midi-chlorians were first mentioned in The Phantom Menace, while they were referred to as M-Count in The Mandalorian Season 3 during discussions about Moff Gideon’s cloning operations.

Stay tuned to The HoloFiles for continued coverage of Star Wars: The Bad Batch Season 3, including reviews, episode analyses, interviews, and more!

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