Trivia: Star Wars: Clone Wars

  • Contest Winner Cameo: Of a sort. Cartoon Network ran a poll to choose which of three new Jedi would appear in the first season finale: Shistavanen Wolf Man Voolvif Monn, yeti-like Talz Foul Moudama, or Ithorian Roron Corobb. Voolvif won, but the other two showed up in the second season with larger roles than his. And then got killed by Grievous.
  • Hey, It's That Voice!:
    • Tom Kane, Nick Jameson, Corey Burton, Grey DeLisle, and TC Carson all reprise their roles as Yoda, Palpatine/Darth Sidious, Count Dooku, Padmé Amidala and Mace Windu respectively from previous Star Wars video games.
      • Corey Burton also voices San Hill.
      • Grey DeLisle also voices Asajj Ventress, Shaak Ti, and Adi Gallia.
      • TC Carson also voices Oro Dassyne.
    • Anthony Daniels reprises his role from the Star Wars films as C-3PO.
    • James Arnold Taylor and Mat Lucas make their debuts as Obi-Wan Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker.
      • James also voices Eeth Koth.
    • Andre Sogliuzzo voices the clones and Captain Typho.
    • Daran Norris voices Durge, Daakman Barrek, Ki-Adi-Mundi, Tarr Seirr, and Even Piell.
    • Cree Summer voices Luminara Unduli.
    • Tatyana Yassukovich voices Barriss Offee.
    • John DiMaggio voices Tarr Seir and General Grievous in Chapter 20.
    • Richard McGonagle voices Orvos, Harvos, and General Grievous from Chapter 21 onwards.
    • Kevin Michael Richardson voices K'Kruhk.
    • Fred Tatasciore voices Qui-Gon Jinn.
  • Uncancelled: Well, more like Un-ended. The micro series was only meant to last two seasons and there were no intentions for a third. But due to positive fan response, Lucas commissioned one more season to help lead into Revenge of the Sith.