Episode: "The Wrong Jedi"
Series: Star Wars: The Clone Wars
Season 5, Episode 20
Original Air Date: March 1, 2013
Ahsoka Tano stands accused of murder and treason. We all know she's been framed but Anakin is the only Jedi who believes it. Tarkin and the Senate want her to have a civilian trial so they demand Ahsoka be kicked out of the Jedi Order.
We really can't explore the story any further without spoiling. Ahsoka is removed from the Order. While Padme stands in as public defender for Ahsoka, Anakin tracks down Asajj Ventress, Ahsoka's accused accomplice, to learn the truth. Asajj argues for her own innocence and implicates another: Barriss Offee, Ahsoka's confidant within the Order. Anakin confronts Barriss. They duel. Barriss is brought before the court just at the moment of verdict and confesses all, her speech an impassioned accusation of the Jedi, blaming them, not the Separatists, for the war. This is not the first time we've heard this asserition but it is the first time we've heard it from a Jedi. Nonetheless, Ahsoka is vindicated. Perry Mason couldn't have planned it any better.
But wait, there's more. Here's where things really get interesting. The Jedi Council apologizes to Ahsoka for doubting her and welcome her back to the Order. Instead of rushing back to their welcoming embrace, she walks away.
She walks away! Her faith in herself and her faith in the Jedi have been shaken. While she is clearly sad to leave, she sees that her way lies along a different path. Now, more than ever, it is becoming increasingly clear that The Clone Wars has been largely Ahsoka's story all along, not Anakin's.
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