Luke gets like the only real saber combat training he’s ever going to get (and unsurprisingly it’s from a guy who’s trying to kill him); the ladies don’t all exactly love Han Solo.
Obi-Wan meets the GAR for the first time; Anakin makes his move and shares some thoughts about sand.
Obi-Wan is at Peak Sass; Hondo tries to make a deal; the boys totally get drunk with some pirates.
Anakin and Obi-Wan hit the bar; Anakin continues his quest to earn the Lifetime Title of Most Awkward Person Ever; Padme is a really good sport.
Anakin manages to be the center of attention despite being unconscious for the entire installment; the only person who blames Obi-Wan for anything more than Anakin is Obi-Wan himself.
The Jedi Order sends Senator Amidala a really nice, if dramatic, Personal Protection Squad; Uncle Palpatine sure hopes all this drama won’t lead to war.
The Skywalker Twins reunite for the first time since their birth; Obi-Wan and Anakin reunite for the last time until their deaths.
Alderaan becomes the Death Star’s latest and most-blown-up victim yet; Han Solo thinks the Force is for suckers.
Qui-Gon might be bleeding to death but he can still judge people; Obi-Wan joins the I Can Fly/Almost Crash-Land Anything club.
The Jedi Order left some parting demands for the Skywalker clan; Luke says the funniest thing about his family that anyone in this series ever has.