Ki-Adi-Mundi: Aayla! Shaak Ti!
Yoda: Darker, the coming storm grows. I fear, the dark cloud of the Sith, shrouds us all.
General Grievous: Jedi!! You are surrounded. Your armies decimated. Make peace with the Force now, for this is your final hour. But know that I, General Grievous, am not completely without mercy; I will grant you a warrior's death. Prepare!!
This episode had a running time of 3 minutes unlike the second season where the episodes ran 12 minutes.
Voolvif Mon, the Shavastinien Wolfman Jedi on Muunilinst was chosen by fans on the Cartoon Network website. The competitors, Talz Foul Moudama and Ithorian Ronet Corobb got the honor of being with Shaak Ti as Palpatine's protectors in "Chapter XXII," "Chapter XXIV," & "Chapter XXV."
Sha'a Gi was originally going to have more of a Shaggy-like voice and act more like him. Genndy abandoned the idea feeling it would lighten the mood too much for the episode.
Aayla Secura first appeared in the comic series Star Wars: Republic from Dark Horse. George Lucas was reportedly impressed with the character and decided to include her in Attack of the Clones.
This episode was extended by about two minutes because it was the series finale.
According to StarWars.com, Aayla Secura (blue Twi-lek), K'Kruhk (tusked Whiphid), and Ki-Adi-Mundi (mustachioed Cerean) all survive. The other Cerean, Tarr Seirr, and the young human Sha'a Gi did not. There's no word on Shaak Ti (red faced Togruta). StarWars.com identifies the name of the Shaggy-like Padawan - it's Sha'a Gi. Shaak Ti also survives, they have already released information about her character in Revenge of the Sith.
Character: Sha'a Gi
One of the Jedi that gets killed by General Grievous has a striking resemblance to Shaggy from Scooby-Doo. The resemblance was intentional. Ironically, the Jedi's name is Sha'a Gi. In addition, Sha'a Gi acts and appears as nervous and frightened as Shaggy himself.