Bad Batch episode 8 ending explained
Thanks to Hunter’s quick thinking, just before the Venator’s ion engine kicks in, the Bad Batch uses detonators to destroy part of the ship around it, allowing them to escape certain death. The result is a badly burned Crosshair with no choice but to admit defeat, and the rest of his clone troop forces set out to stalk their targets once and for all. However, they fail, as the chaos gives Clone Force 99 the perfect distraction to slip away to their waiting ship, the Havoc Marauder.
It looks like they’re in the clear until Hunter and Omega reach the landing pad. All of the Imperial soldiers sent to guard him are dead, and in the midst of the carnage are famed Duros bounty hunter, Cad Bane (Corey Burton), and his fellow droid, Todo 360 (Seth Green). For reference, his last TV appearance aired in 2012 for the episode “Star Wars: The Clone Wars,” “Crisis on Naboo,” and he never really ended his story. Suffice to say that its re-emergence was worth the wait, and its story is about to take a surprising turn.
Bane engages in a Western-style shootout with Hunter and wins, seriously injuring him and kidnapping Omega only to send her back to the Kaminoans who hired him.