All Bad Batch season 2 episodes ranked according to IMDb ratings

Let's check out how all 16 episodes in the second season of The Bad Batch rank according to their IMDb ratings.

(L-R): Echo, Captain Rex, Omega, Wrecker, Hunter, and, Tech in a scene from "STAR WARS: THE BAD BATCH", season 2 exclusively on Disney+. © 2022 Lucasfilm Ltd. & ™. All Rights Reserved.
(L-R): Echo, Captain Rex, Omega, Wrecker, Hunter, and, Tech in a scene from "STAR WARS: THE BAD BATCH", season 2 exclusively on Disney+. © 2022 Lucasfilm Ltd. & ™. All Rights Reserved. /
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10. Episode 2 “Ruins of War” - 7.4

Landing at the number 10 spot with a rating of 7.4, "Ruins of War" is a bit like wandering through an old battlefield museum with a guide who's passionate but forgets you're there for both the tales of valor and the dramatic reenactments. This episode takes us through the scattered debris of the galaxy's endless conflicts, offering a poignant look at the aftermath and the scars left on both the land and its people. While it scores points for depth and thoughtfulness, injecting a bit of somber reflection into the otherwise action-packed series, it's akin to finding an old holo-recording of a battle and realizing halfway through that you kinda had to be there to get the full effect.

What "Ruins of War" does well is paint a vivid picture of the cost of war, giving us those quiet moments among the wreckage where the echoes of the past whisper tales of bravery, loss, and the resilience required to rebuild. However, it's as if the episode is a beautifully crafted lightsaber that's never ignited - promising power and light but ultimately remaining a bit too sheathed in its own contemplation. Fans tuned in for the signature blend of heart-pounding skirmishes, quirky droid banter, and the unique dynamics of Clone Force 99, but found themselves in a more reflective pause, a narrative detour that, while rich in lore and character development, left some yearning for a return to the high-flying action and camaraderie that define the essence of The Bad Batch. This episode, brimming with potential, serves as a reminder that even in a galaxy far, far away, the aftermath of conflict can be as compelling as the fight itself - if only it had thrown in a couple more blaster fights for good measure.

9. Episode 6 “Tribe” - 7.5

"Tribe" is the episode that snuggles right into the middle of the pack with a cozy 7.5 rating. It's the equivalent of a warm cup of cocoa on a chilly evening - comforting, sweet, but not exactly the adrenaline shot of excitement you might get from skydiving.

Why does it land here, you ask? Well, it's all about the feels, folks. This episode dives deep into the themes of family, belonging, and the quest for identity, serving up a hearty stew of emotions that leaves you feeling full, but perhaps not entirely satisfied if you were craving a side of high-octane action.

"Tribe" is a heart-to-heart with our favorite clones, offering a glimpse into their souls beyond the blasters and bravado. It showcases the strength of character and the bonds that tie our heroes together, painting a picture of unity and resilience. But, in the grand scheme of things, "Tribe" is like the reliable, yet slightly overlooked, vegetable dish. It's good for you, it adds to the meal, but it doesn't quite make you jump up and do a victory dance. It ranks as it does because, while it feeds the soul, it leaves the thrill-seekers among us peeking into the kitchen, wondering what's next on the menu. Nonetheless, it's an essential part of the spread, adding depth and contrast to the feast that is season 2.