With "The Wrong Jedi," Star Wars: The Clone Wars' dynamics have permanently and drastically changed.
Following her escape from the prison ward, Ahsoka leaped into the lower depths of Coruscant to both elude the Jedi Council and the Republic military and to search for those who framed her.
With only three episodes left, "The Hunt" hopefully arranged the pieces for the final showdowns between the team and the Reach, with the Light doing whatever it is the Light is doing.
After last week's action extravaganza, Arrow settled back into more familiar rhythms with "Dodger," an hour that focused on setting up a lot of other stuff for the show's back stretch and establishing some new dynamics.
This week, Sportsmaster finally made his move against Black Manta, with Cheshire tagging along to get her revenge on Kaldur.
In "The Jedi Who Knew Too Much," Ahsoka found herself being set up for the murder of Letta, the woman who fed her husband the explosive nano-bots that blew up the Jedi Temple hangar last week.
"The Odyssey" was an flashback- and action-heavy episode that took place mostly Lian Yu, but some of its most important moments came in brief scenes that took place between all the stuff on the island.
"The Shot in the Dark" pushed the series' balance of case of the week and character work in a big way, and hit the religion/science split hard.