Ahsoka sends the Ghost crew out to find an old pal; everyone borrows from Obi-Wan’s repertoire.
Maul returns to cause chaos in the OT Era; Ahsoka and Anakin have the least heartwarming reunion ever; Ezra goes Full Skywalker.
Kanan goes on a Force Quest, Hondo is still delightful, and Ezra’s got Issues.
Hondo takes off again, Ezra’s mission veers way off course and Kanan completes his latest Force Quest.
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.
Kanan takes on another student (and is bringing his Jedi Master A-game to the party); Sabine becomes the latest person to maybe have a destiny they don’t exactly want.
Sabine’s attempt to smooth things over with Clan Wren goes about as well as you’d guess; Mandalore has a Job Opening.
Two people whose lives have been ruined by Darth Sidious meet up in the desert for one final farewell.
Maul is back again, and he’s still obsessed with Obi-Wan; Ezra and Kanan hug it out.
Sabine is sent to go pick up some Rebel pilots; Ezra cannot let a moment go by where we do not appreciate his Inner Turmoil and Dedication To His Friends.
Hera’s family is going to need to hire a construction crew; Thrawn is working on the Rebels’ case files.
Seventeen years or so after Order 66, people finally figure out The Hidden Mystery of the Clone Wars, and I very nearly have a breakdown.
The writers feel the same way I do about Mandalore; excessive Jetpack Action takes place.
Ezra cracks the space-time continuum; Sheev loses this round; the countdown commences.