Cad Bane continues to be one of the most competent people in the galaxy; Anakin continues to be kind of a subpar employee.
The Jedi win but lose; Palpatine loses but wins.
Anakin decides to unwittingly play into Palpatine’s schemes to prevent the death of a loved one. (Note: this is not a recap of Episode 3.)
Ahsoka gets punished for behavior she undoubtedly learned from her Space Dads; the Jedi sort of try to stop Cad Bane from stealing from them.
Ziro the Hutt learns the eternal truth of Star Wars romance; Quinlan Vos and Obi-Wan go on a very jump-filled date; a couple people get some great nicknames.
The fate of the universe rests on Padme’s ability to serve a fruitcake; Artoo takes a spa day.
Obi-Wan finishes his poorly-conceived assignment; Anakin gets electrocuted a whole bunch of times.
Anakin is miffed and worried; Obi-Wan competes in the Universe’s Most Insane Competition.
Obi-Wan bonds with some criminals; Anakin senses a handsome ginger disturbance in the Force; Ahsoka makes fun of Cad Bane’s hat.
Obi-Wan fakes his own death, and Anakin takes it pretty much as well as you’d expect.