Leia tells her bio-dad to shove it; Luke just wanted to buy power converters; Vader is, was, and ever shall be a Drama Queen.
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.
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.
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.
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’s robe game is more on point than ever; Anakin’s tween years are going about as well as the rest of his life.
Hera’s family is going to need to hire a construction crew; Thrawn is working on the Rebels’ case files.