Ezra and Maul go on a deeply creepy field trip; Maul is the last person in existence who should be lecturing anyone about letting go; the race to the finish line begins.
Obi-Wan acknowledges that he’s in it for the long haul and is a crafty bastard; Anakin makes a promise he won’t keep.
Luke is skilled at crashing things just like his dad; Obi-Wan is the most underpaid childcare provider of all time.
Anakin tries to quit his job; Palpatine offers him an internship; Obi-Wan escapes death at least twice.
Ahsoka gathers up all of her dads and they kick some serious ass; Rex is no Jedi.
Obi-Wan already feels like a failure; Palpatine learns that his instincts were not steering him in the wrong direction; everyone has a plan for Anakin.
Palpatine’s Ultimate Plan is shifting focus; the boys do some awesome stunts; Anakin is an even bigger Obi-Wan fangirl than I am.
Obi-Wan’s robe game is more on point than ever; Anakin’s tween years are going about as well as the rest of his life.
Snips and Skyguy come to the end of the line.
The writers feel the same way I do about Mandalore; excessive Jetpack Action takes place.