‘Ahsoka’: C-3PO Earns His Own Character Poster After Coming To Hera’s Rescue

There have been loads of memorable episodes in this first season of Ahsoka, and it’s all set to come to an end with next week’s finale. Fans of the original Star Wars trilogy got a special treat in the penultimate episode,  “Dreams and Madness“, when C-3PO arrived to come to Hera Syndulla’s rescue as she was getting grilled by a New Republic council over her unauthorized help getting Ahsoka and Sabine Wren to Seatos. C-3PO came with the expressed support of Senator Leia Organa, leader of the Defense Council, and it was her authorization that cleared Hera’s name.

So, for C-3PO’s act of heroism, the chatty droid (and original construction of Anakin Skywalker, connecting him to the series further) gets his own character poster. Not only that, but longtime C-3PO actor Anthony Daniels gave his thoughts on returning to the role when he least expected it.

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