The ninth episode of Star Wars: The Bad Batch is finally here and it gave fans exactly what they wanted: more of Fennec Shand in action. However, Bounty Lost also revealed something truly shocking about Omega, and people can't stop talking about what this could mean in the future.
WATCH OUT! The following contains SPOILERS from Star Wars: The Bad Batch Episode 9 so PROCEED WITH CAUTION!
In The Bad Batch Episode 9, Clone Force 99 continued to chase after Cad Bane after he abducted Omega and is trying to bring the young clone back to Kamino. In the meantime, Tech shares some unexpected information about Omega with the rest of the team.
Amazingly, it is revealed that Omega is an unaltered clone of Jango Fett, making her the omega to Boba Fett, who is the alpha. This also means that she is Boba's sister who was left behind to provide genetic material when Boba disappeared after Jango's death.
The revelation is an exciting one but it also left some fans confused. If Omega is a pure, unaltered clone of Jango, why is she so different from him and Boba?
We still don't fully understand how these clones are made and it's certainly strange that Omega's appearance is very different from Jango and Boba. Nevertheless, we could get a better explanation in the next few episodes of The Bad Batch.
There are other reasons why people are talking about Omega's new connection to Boba. Some are now convinced that the character could eventually make a live-action appearance in The Book of Boba Fett, which focuses on her bounty hunter brother. However, this has not yet been confirmed so it's best to take it with a grain of salt.
Star Wars: The Bad Batch Episode 9 is now streaming on Disney+.
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