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‘The Bad Batch’ Season 3, Episode 11 Recap & Review: Omega Makes a Tough Call

The team makes a last ditch effort to find Tantiss as the season nears its end.

Warning: Spoilers ahead for The Bad Batch Season 3, Episode 11.

With only four episodes remaining in the final season, Clone Force 99 must make difficult decisions to prevail against Dr. Hemlock (Jimmi Simpson). The Bad Batch Season 3, Episode 11 is now streaming on Disney+ and it continues the series’ recent trend of strong episodes.

After a brief stint away from Clone Force 99 in the previous episode, Hunter, Wrecker, Crosshair (Dee Bradley Baker), and Omega (Michelle Ang) are back in full swing in Episode 11. Let’s dive into all the gritty details of The Empire’s latest triumph in our Bad Batch Season 3, Episode 11 recap.

It’s Time To Say Goodbye to Pabu in ‘The Bad Batch’ Season 3, Episode 11

The island of Pabu in The Bad Batch Season 3, Episode 11 | Agents of Fandom
Pabu can no longer serve as the makeshift home for Omega and Clone Force 99. Image Credit: Lucasfilm/Disney+.

The Bad Batch Season 3, Episode 11 opens with Phee Genoa (Wanda Sykes) landing her ship for a refuel. Once she sits down to wait, the rogue clone assassin hunting Omega sneaks onto her ship to gain information about their whereabouts. After a close call, the assassin sneaks off the ship and back to his own without being noticed.

The clone contacts then contacts Tantiss to let them know he has the intel and is going to Pabu, a small planet in the Outer Rim. Back on Pabu, Omega talks with her friend Lyana (Andy Allo) and leaves Tech’s (Baker) goggles behind before departing with her family. While going through town with Crosshair, Hunter senses something is off just when the rogue clone arrives.

The assassin gets eyes on Omega and receives the all-clear to capture her and eliminate anyone who gets in his way. While Wrecker loads up the Marauder for their departure, the clone detonates the ship, leaving Wrecker severely injured. At the same time, a Star Destroyer appears in the sky and several smaller gunships depart it and land on Pabu’s surface.

Omega Turns Herself In To Save the City

A close up still of Omega in The Bad Batch Season 3, Episode 11 | Agents of Fandom
Omega displays her maturity and leadership in The Bad Batch Season 3, Episode 11. Image Credit: Lucasfilm/Disney+.

The Bad Batch Season 3, Episode 11 continues as clone troopers pour out of the ships and head into the city to search for Omega. She blames herself for this attack, but Hunter reminds her it’s The Empire’s doing, not hers. Hunter then sends Omega and Crosshair to Shep’s (Imari Williams) to wait while he steals a gunship.

Meanwhile, Batcher attacks a group of stormtroopers while Omega and Crosshair arrive at Shep’s to find Lyana hiding as well. AZI-3 (Ben Diskin) informs them that Wrecker is still unconscious, but his vitals are stable. Across the island, Hunter jumps onto a fleeing gunship, but the assassin shoots it down, leaving Hunter stranded in the ocean.

Omega then proposes to Crosshair that she should let The Empire capture her to save the people of Pabu and find Tantiss. Crosshair doesn’t like the plan but lets Omega make the choice, and she turns herself in. Exhausted after a long swim, Hunter barely makes it to shore and reunites with Batcher.

Omega Heads Back to Tantiss in ‘The Bad Batch’ Season 3, Episode 11

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After narrowly escaping so many times, the rogue clone assassin has finally captured Omega. Image Credit: Lucasfilm/Disney+.

Crosshair is about to shoot a tracking dart onto the ship but gets ambushed by stormtroopers. By the time he fends them off, the ship is out of range, and he’s unable to tag it. The episode ends as the rogue clone speeds off into hyperspace with Omega in tow.

This is both a heart-wrenching and inspiring display of leadership from Omega in The Bad Batch Season 3, Episode 11. Crosshair also deserves his flowers for letting Omega make the choice and decide for herself, even knowing the potential for dire consequences. The character development continues to amaze as the third and final season draws to a close.

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'The Bad Batch' Season 3, Episode 11 Review

'The Bad Batch' Season 3, Episode 11 Review
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The Good

  • A truly perfect episode of Star Wars TV.
  • It's inspiring to see Omega sacrifice herself for the villagers.
  • 20 minutes goes by in what feels like 5-10.
  • Intense pursuit elevates the stakes to new highs.

The Bad

  • It ends!
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