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Now, This is Podcasting! Episodes #288: From Walker to Skywalker: Kevin Kiner talks The Clone Wars Final Season!

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Now, This is Podcasting! returns for the eighth season of Star Wars discussion! Jason Ward and Randy Lo Gudice called up Kevin Kiner, composer of all seven seasons of Star Wars: The Clone Wars to talk about Kevin’s career, how he got the gig on Star Wars and the episode of Walker Texas Ranger where Haley Joel Osment said “Walker says I have AIDS.”

Jason and Randy then go on to discuss all the big news they missed during their hiatus. Topics include Rise of the Resistance opening, The High Republic, and the Duel of the Fates Episode IX script.

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