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'Star Wars: The Clone Wars' preview: Gen. Grievous attacks

The "Young Jedi" arc of "Star Wars: The Clone Wars" wraps up this weekend in Florrum, where Gen. Grievous and Hondo Ohnaka face off on the pirate's home turf, while Ahsoka and her youngling charges enter the fray in Hondo's defense.

Grievous launches a full-scale attack on the pirate base in "A Necessary Bond," airing at 8:30 a.m. CT Nov. 24 on Cartoon Network.

The conclusion to the four-part story arc answers what exactly happened to Hondo Ohnaka's base, which was seen destroyed in "Revival," the season opener.

According to Lucasfilm, "Revival" originally was planned to air later in the season, in proper chronological order, but it was moved to the start in order to better showcase the Darth Maul storyline. In "Revival," Hondo describes his base being overrun by Gen. Grievous.

Matthew Wood, the voice of Gen. Grievous, discusses bringing the droid general to life in the video below the second preview for "A Necessary Bond."

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