I actually kind of enjoyed the two Jar Jar episodes, once they got into all of the Indiana Jones riffs. The Temple of Doom stuff was a lot of fun, and the market chase ala Raiders was too. What really stood out in these episodes, and all 13, was the truly outstanding art direction and cinematography. Watching them all more or less together really reinforced that. I don't think it's a stretch to say what we saw here was beyond anything before in the CW, and to a large extent, any of the movies. The zero G scenes in the Order 66 arc (amazing) and the Miyazaki weird wonder of the Yoda arc really pushed this beyond certainly a Saturday morning cartoon show.
The subject matter did as well. This was by far the heaviest and darkest territory the show entered. I enjoyed the Order 66, Sifo-Dyas and Yoda quest in general, but a lot of served to make the Jedi stupid. Before they were blind perhaps, or naive, but once it became clear that Dooku had manipulated them into taking on an army he had created, which the Jedi are now using to fight him, and choose to sit on it, that's too much. Frankly any one with any self respect in that temple would be screaming up and down that 1) we're fighting a war against one of our own with troops he created who also by the way 2) have exhibited enough behavior to question their true loyalty. Yoda is right, there is a political price in doing anything to make the truth of the clones public. It is a far less price to pay than the one they ultimately do. A more interesting story would have been Yoda exploring the idea of disbanding the clone army, and the push back from Palpatine, the Kaminoans, and the clones themselves. The subject of the clones as individuals, as property, has been a fascinating one on the show and worth more investigation. The fact that the Jedi never challenge the use of slaves speaks volumes about their point of view, and that's something the show could have gone further in.
And hell yeah, Mark Hamill!