The Bad Batch season 2 finale ends on a major cliffhanger (SPOILER)

The end of The bad batch Season 2 left Star Wars fans with quite a cliffhanger as it wrapped up its second season, one that could have a direct impact on Boba Fett himself.

The final two episodes of Season 2 hit audiences hard as The Bad Batch was knocked down multiple times. For one, they lost a family member when Tech made a noble sacrifice to save his brothers.

Then, not too long after, Sid’s team was betrayed and Omega stolen and kidnapped by the mysterious Doctor Royce Hemlock.

But the twists didn’t end there.

Another clone enters the party

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At the end of the finale, a newly captured Omega is seen being led into the Weyland facility on Mount Tantiss. Not long after, she finds Crosshair in one of her labs.

When Omega questions her new kidnapper, Emerie Karr, the young clone gets the surprise of his life: the woman watching over them at Mount Tantiss is actually her sister.

So what exactly does that mean?

It’s unclear if Karr was created with the rest of Clone Force 99, earlier than her or after the original batch.

But in hindsight, the clues to that twist might already have been there The bad batch‘s freshman run.

Was the genetic writing on the wall?

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Back in Bad batch In the season one finale, the audience was shown Nala Se’s hidden laboratory. Inside were five growth chambers – with one clone clearly missing.

While immediate thought might fill in the blank on Omega, it was previously revealed that not only is she a first-gen clone, but she also retained memories from the creation of Clone Squad 99.

That means it’s unlikely that she would have been the person in that fifth chamber.

However, if this theory is true, it’s odd for Omega not to have knowledge that Emerie Karr is in growing tanks

Maybe a member of the extended Fett family?

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Say that the theory above is misguided. What else could this new information mean?

While she’s most likely an enhanced clone like the others, there’s always a slim chance Karr is a long-lost sister of Jango Fett. However, so far there has been no record of the character naturally having a family other than his son.

Admittedly, this would be an intense retcon and might rub some fans the wrong way.

Last season, the animated series declared Omega to be an unchanged clone of Jango Fett, just like Boba Fett. Perhaps Karr is one of the first unaltered cloning achievements the Kaminoans kept secret.

While unlikely, Star Wars is full of twists and turns – who knows what Dave Filoni has up his sleeve.

Cloning gets complicated

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Cloning has always been an ongoing theme in Star Wars since the prequel trilogy gifted the world The clone wars.

Many fans felt that the suddenness of The Rise of SkywalkerThe great Palpatine twist came out of nowhere, which is why these concepts are now being explored more than ever.

The action not only gets a new context The bad batchbut it’s also woven into the narrative of The Mandalorian.

Likewise that The clone wars expanded Episodes I through IIInow such as Bad batch want to do the same for the sequel trilogy.

Unfortunately, fans will likely have to wait a long time to learn more about Emerie Karr. A third season has not yet been confirmed.

The show does have its own panel during this year’s Star Wars Celebration, though, so we’re hoping the big event announces another set of episodes.

It may even be announced that Boba Fett will join in the season 3 fun.

The bad batch streams exclusively on Disney+. The Bad Batch season 2 finale ends on a major cliffhanger (SPOILER)

Sarah Ridley

Sarah Ridley is a USTimesPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Sarah Ridley joined USTimesPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing

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