The Bad Batch: 3 questions we have after Season 3's "Bad Territory"

As Omega tries to keep a low profile, her brothers seek out answers.

Star Wars: The Bad Batch Season 3 "The Return." Hunter. Image Credit:
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In Episode 8 of The Bad Batch Season 3, "Bad Territory," Hunter and Wrecker are trying to discover why the Empire wants Omega and the deal with M-Counts.

Fennec Shand makes her return, making Hunter and Wrecker work for her in exchange for any information she'll be able to provide. The Empire is hiring high-level bounty hunters to capture suitable M-Count targets, which is why Hunter and Wrecker get in touch with her in the first place. However, this will probably come back to haunt them later.

The episode moves the story forward, but we're still left with some pressing questions about what's to come in the show.

Here are 3 big questions we have after "Bad Territory."

1. How long before the Empire finds out about Pabu?

Pabu continues to be a haven for the Batch and is pretty much untouched by the Empire. But for how long? Every time the show goes back to Pabu, you can't help but feel a wave of anxiety about the fate of this beautiful place, which has become a temporary home for Clone Force 99. You can't help but feel as though time is running out for this sanctuary, and it's only a matter of time before this place is destroyed, especially after the way this episode ended.

2. What traumatized Crosshair on Mount Tantiss?

This episode confirms that Crosshair's hand tremors are caused by PTSD. There's no physical explanation for why he has them, and no treatment seems to work on them. The issue lies in Crosshair's head, whether he likes it or not. He refuses to get into the kind of psychological torture he endured on Mount Tantiss, which deepens the mystery of what the Empire is doing to clones on Tantiss. In coming episodes, we'll undoubtedly be given some clues about what happened to Crosshair on Tantiss that left him with hand tremors.

3. Who did Fennec call at the end?

It seems that Fennec betrayed Hunter and Wrecker and gave away their location, but to whom did she reveal that information? At the end of the episode, Fennec enters her ship and contacts someone whose identity is now a big mystery. She provides this mystery person information on Hunter and Wrecker's location, and depending on who this person is and their intentions, this might mean bad news for the Batch and, specifically, Omega.

The Bad Batch Season 3 is streaming on Disney+.

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