Part of Palpatine’s special order arrives too early; Fives doesn’t know what he’s getting himself into.
Anakin and Padme make a Dramatic Commitment; Obi-Wan is outrageously and needlessly handsome; The Clone Wars are off and running.
Cad Bane continues to be one of the most competent people in the galaxy; Anakin continues to be kind of a subpar employee.
Obi-Wan gets some Inside Information; Palpatine scores a Key Victory; Padme brings a giant shawl to a showdown.
Leia regales the gang with a non-canon story Bail told her about Obi-Wan; Star Wars fans will never change.
Star Wars, Episode IV, Part VI: …And They All Lived Happily Ever After (Or For At Least A Few Minutes)
Luke becomes Imperial Enemy #1; Han might be interested in more than just money. Maybe.
Obi-Wan discovers the other half of the Clone Wars; Anakin has maybe the second-worst day of his life.
The boys reconnect with their wayward grandfather; Hondo’s lifelong love for the Jedi is born.
Obi-Wan and Padme fight over a boy; The Team have a sassy play-fight that attracts a crowd.
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.