Sheev gets the dominoes lined up; Obi-Wan gets a really important assignment (and lives through more trauma); Yoda is understandably not sure about any of this.
Obi-Wan proves that he’s the kind of dedicated grandson who’ll stop by for a visit even if he’s actually dead.
Not content with the level of drama already present in the film version, Star Wars takes Episode 3 up a notch, and I cry.
En route to his new kyber crystal, Vader stops by an old Jedi hangout — with more or less predictable results.
Obi-Wan’s only got a few moments left to live, and he’s going to spend literally all of them thinking about his two favorite people.
Part of Palpatine’s special order arrives too early; Fives doesn’t know what he’s getting himself into.
Kanan has a flashback to that time that Everything Changed.
Vader does a little TCB on Mustafar; Obi-Wan gets some bad news, then some worse news, then some much worse news; Padme learns The Truth.
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.
Luke’s not feeling very Jedi; Vader gets a heaping helping of sand.