In Episode 5 of Ahsoka, Ahsoka relives one of her battles alongside Anakin in the Clone Wars. After the battle, there's a scene with Ahsoka mourning by the side of one of the wounded Clone Troopers, and the following exchange occurs:
Ahsoka: We lost so many.
Anakin: There's always a price to be paid.
Ahsoka: It was my fault. They were following my orders. I got them killed.
Anakin: Come here. This is war, Ahsoka. As Jedi, it's out job to lead. But that doesn't mean we don't make mistakes.
Ahsoka: But our mistakes cost lives. That doesn't bother you?
Anakin: Of course it does.
Ahsoka: This... this isn't what I trained for.
Anakin: We must adjust to the times. Look, when Obi-Wan taught me, we were keepers of the peace. But now, to win this war, I need to teach you to be a soldier.
I am convinced that an almost identical exchange occurred between them in an episode of The Clone Wars TV show. Specifically, I believe it was an episode in which Ahsoka was given command of her own clone squadron, only for most of them to be killed during their first mission together. However, I can't seem to find either the episode or the dialogue.
Does an exchange similar to this occur at any point in The Clone Wars, or am I misremembering?