Obi-Wan proves that he’s the kind of dedicated grandson who’ll stop by for a visit even if he’s actually dead.
Anakin is his usual calm self about everything; Mace has bad news for Obi-Wan.
Obi-Wan gets high on the Force; Qui-Gon’s got some thinking to do.
Anakin leads the effort to get Poor Palpatine to safety; Obi-Wan takes in the view.
Bail switches from uppers to downers; Obi-Wan puts on a show.
Anakin is well on the Road to Nowhere Good; Dooku learns an important lesson the hard way.
Not content with the level of drama already present in the film version, Star Wars takes Episode 3 up a notch, and I cry.
Bail and Obi-Wan hit the road.
Obi-Wan’s only got a few moments left to live, and he’s going to spend literally all of them thinking about his two favorite people.
On the cusp of starting Luke’s Hero’s Journey in earnest, Obi-Wan places a quick phone call.