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'Star Wars: The Clone Wars' finale preview: Darth Maul vs. Obi-Wan, Round 2

Remember when Darth Maul, in "Star Wars: Episode I--The Phantom Menace," said of the Sith's Jedi enemies, "At last we shall have revenge?"

Didn't happen. But the mechanical-legged Sith Lord gets a second chance in "Revenge," the Season 4 finale of "Star Wars: The Clone Wars" premiereing at 7 p.m. March 16 on Cartoon Network.

In last week's episode, when learned that the tattooed one survived being cut in half by Obi-Wan Kenobi, but he was more than a little batty, moving like a spider with multiple mechanical legs on the planet Lotho Minor.

Thankfully, his brother Savage Opress found him. And in "Revenge," Darth has not only regained his wits but also his vengeful spirit. He's setting up a rematch with Obi-Wan Kenobi. Will you be rooting for Darth, or Obi-Wan?

Check out the "Revenge" sneak peeks in the player above.
"Brothers"
"Bounty"
Darth Maul
"Massacre"
"Crisis on Naboo"
"The Box"
"Friends and Enemies"
"Deception"
"A Friend in Need"
(with Katee Sackhoff)

"Escape from Kadavo"
"Slaves of the Republic"

"Kidnapped"
"Carnage of Krell"

"Plan of Dissent"
"The General"
"Darkness on Umbara"
R2-D2 & C-3PO are back
"Shadow Warrior"
"Prisoners"
"Water War"
Season 4 preview

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