During the series of episodes leading up to the "Second" invasion of Geonosis and capture of Pogo the Lesser, a lot of insight is offered up as to the inner culture of the Geonosians.
Unfortunately, it's worse than fiction, it's contradictory fiction within fiction. Anakin interrogating Pogo the Lesser makes for a convenient plot device yet the entire capture and events following don't fit the SW timeline of events and thus the episode is an overall disappointment.
As already shown in novels such as Labyrinth of Evil, Pogo is among the Separatist Leaders on Cato Nemodia when Anakin leads a force against them. This occurs after this episode and therefore we have an inconvenient problem - how did Pogo escape? With his world occupied and defeated, why would he still have a seat at the table with the Sep leaders? Dooku wasn't so tolerant of failure.
But there he sits in time to be killed by Anakin/Vader in Ep III. Another episode that has an otherwise excellent presentation and story yet needlessly introduces completely incompatible events with the overall Star Wars timeline. This continues to detract from an otherwise excellent show.