Fresh off the assembly line, Vader gets sent on his very first Sith Assignment.
Darth Vader might be on to something about that Luke Skywalker guy; Sidious and Vader have a terrible marriage.
En route to his new kyber crystal, Vader stops by an old Jedi hangout — with more or less predictable results.
Vader continues his Crystal Quest, only to get his ass kicked by a Jedi (for like the second time this week).
Aphra’s got a plan in the works; Anakin is the executor — or executioner– of Obi-Wan’s estate.
Vader is, as usual, harder to kill than expected; this round of Crystal Quest pays off.
Kanan has a flashback to that time that Everything Changed.
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.
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 already feels like a failure; Palpatine learns that his instincts were not steering him in the wrong direction; everyone has a plan for Anakin.
Anakin tries to quit his job; Palpatine offers him an internship; Obi-Wan escapes death at least twice.
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 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.
Luke is skilled at crashing things just like his dad; Obi-Wan is the most underpaid childcare provider of all time.
Luke is driven by genetics to long for a life free of sand; things, as usual, go better when a Skywalker and a Kenobi work together.
Leia regales the gang with a non-canon story Bail told her about Obi-Wan; Star Wars fans will never change.
Luke’s not feeling very Jedi; Vader gets a heaping helping of sand.
Han and Leia bitch at each other so much that it puts Obi-Wan and Anakin to shame; Luke is so intent on his Personal Destiny Quest that he’s even willing to be exposed to sand.
Luke picks up a copy of Obi-Wan’s traumatic autobiography; Boba Fett does a shitty job bounty-hunting; Vader learns a Shocking Truth that will lead him to utter one of Star Wars’ most famous lines.
In a novel twist for Star Wars, Kenobi saves Skywalker and feels sad about things.
Luke continues the grand Jedi Tradition of getting involved in bar fights; Leia kicks butt (literally this time.)
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.