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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4. Episode 3 “The Solitary Clone” - 8.8

"The Solitary Clone" stands tall and proud at a solid 8.8, making it a gem in the crown of The Bad Batch season 2. This isn't just any regular episode, it's the one that dares to slow things down, zoom in close, and give us a heartfelt exploration of what it means to be a clone in a galaxy that's rapidly changing.

Imagine being at a family reunion and discovering that one cousin who's always been a bit of a loner has the most captivating stories to tell. That's how "The Solitary Clone" plays out. It takes a character we thought we knew and peels back layers with the precision of a master chef, revealing depth, vulnerability, and a dash of existential crisis. This episode isn't just watching; it's experiencing a journey alongside our solitary clone, feeling every bump in the road, every moment of introspection, and coming out the other side a little more connected to the universe and its complexities.

What really propels "The Solitary Clone" into the stratosphere of ratings is its uncanny ability to balance introspection with just the right amount of action and intrigue. It's like going on a first date that's supposed to be a coffee meet-up but ends up being an impromptu adventure through the city, filled with unexpected but delightful twists. This episode manages to tug at your heartstrings while keeping you on the edge of your seat, wondering just how our clone will navigate the trials before him. It's a masterclass in storytelling, where every moment feels earned and every emotion rings true. The episode's brilliance lies in its universality; amidst the blaster fire and starship engines, it tells a human (or, well, clone) story about finding one's place in a galaxy that doesn't always make sense. And that, dear friends, is why "The Solitary Clone" is not just a good episode, but a stellar one, capturing the essence of The Bad Batch while standing out as a beacon of character-driven storytelling.

3. Episode 16 “Plan 99” - 9.0

So, why does "Plan 99" swagger into the runner-up spot with a triumphant 9.0? Because it's a finale that doesn't just aim to tie up loose ends but does so with the flair of a fireworks finale on New Year's Eve.

This episode is the narrative equivalent of a mic drop, blending heart-pounding action, emotional depth, and enough plot twists to make a pretzel jealous. It's like the showrunners gathered up all the elements that make The Bad Batch so captivating - brotherhood, moral dilemmas, and, of course, explosions - and turned the dial up to eleven.

What sets "Plan 99" apart isn't just its ability to deliver a satisfying conclusion to the season's arcs; it's how it manages to set the stage for more adventures, leaving viewers on the edge of their seats, biting their nails, and possibly yelling at their screens, "You can't end it there!" It masterfully balances the resolution with the promise of more, ensuring that the final credits roll amidst a storm of emotions from its audience. The episode's brilliance lies in its execution - every moment feels earned, every action scene is packed with meaning, and every character moment is a reminder of the journey we've been on with these clones. It leaves us even more excited for the upcoming third and final season!