Star Wars: The Bad Batch Episode 9 Recap: Bounty Lost

Star Wars: The Bad Batch Episode 9 Bounty Lost is now out on Disney+ Hotstar. Written by Matt Michnovetz, the 24 minutes episode is directed by Brad Rau and Nathaniel Villanueva. The series features Dee Bradley Baker as the Bad Batch/Clone Force 99, and Michelle Ang has voiced Omega.

The Bad Batch Episode 9 Recap Bounty Lost contains spoilers. After attacking Hunter and kidnapping Omega, Bounty Hunter Cad Bane is on his way to a disclosed location to get his credits for doing the job. Hunter and his team try to follow Bane’s ship, but they are also getting attacked by CrossHair and his clown army. So they have no choice but to speed up and disappear.

Cad Bane has kept Omega in prison and take away her communication device. If you remember, in The Bad Batch Episode 8, Bane’s Todo has injured his leg. But Bane isn’t bothered. We finally get to know that the Kaminoans have hired the Bounty Hunter to capture Omega – The reason being Omega’s genetics which is real and one of a kind. But Prime Minister Lama Su has plans to destroy her once the genetics are retrieved. Nala Se is not happy to learn this information.

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The Bad Batch Episode 9 Recap: Still from the episode

In Cad Bane’s ship, Omega switches off Todo temporarily by pretending to help him. She then finds her comm device and comm device and contacts the Bad Batch. However, due to low signal, the communication isn’t clear. As Omega walks away and tries to find a spot to get a better signal, Cad Bane comes out looking for her.

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The biggest twist of The Bad Batch Episode 9 is Fennec Shand making a smashing entry in Bane’s ship. She kills Taun We, who came there to pay Bane for his bounty work. There’s a fight between both the Bounty Hunters, and this gives Omega enough time to find somehow a way to escape.

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Star Wars: The Bad Batch Episode 9 Recap: Bounty Lost

We find out that Nala Se has paid Fennec Shand to capture Omega. Nala is not happy with Prime Minister Lama Su’s plans to destroy Omega after taking away the DNA. After a lot of difficulties, Shand defeats Bane and captures Omega. However, the Bad Batch arrive there and rescue her. It’s an emotional reunion as often people forget that Omega is just a kid. She’s scared, and Hunter gives her an idea about why people are trying to capture her.

Another twist of The Bad Batch Episode 9 Bounty Lost is Nala Se being okay with the Clone Force 99 taking away Omega. She tells Fennec Shand it is okay if they fail to capture Omega, but PM Lama Su should not get his hands on her.

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The Bad Batch Episode 9 Recap

Star Wars: The Bad Batch Episode 9 Recap: Is it worth watching?

Stars Wars: The Bad Batch Episode 9 yet again shows us how sometimes people around us are the biggest enemies. With the revelation that Omega is of First Generation, the Empire will do anything to capture and use her to their advantage.

Star Wars: The Bad Batch Episode 9 is currently streaming on Disney+ Hotstar.

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Titled Bounty Lost, we discover a big truth about Omega.
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