Bail switches from uppers to downers; Obi-Wan puts on a show.
Bail and Obi-Wan hit the road.
Bail has a really long day at the office; Padme, like me, is maybe in love with everyone.
Yoda’s here to see Anakin off to his first day in charge; Bail Organa’s got a secret — and brandy — to share.
Anakin gets a promotion; Bail and Padme go for a misery-soaked joyride in Sheev’s car.
Cad Bane continues to be one of the most competent people in the galaxy; Anakin continues to be kind of a subpar employee.
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.
Padme makes her exit with some insightful commentary; Luke and Leia make their sorrow-tinged debut; Obi-Wan and Anakin break up; Sidious hangs up the Mission Accomplished banner.
The Jedi Order has its worst day in a long time; Darth Vader arrives on the scene; Obi-Wan escapes death but will maybe wish he hadn’t.