Obi-Wan gets high on the Force; Qui-Gon’s got some thinking to do.
Bail and Obi-Wan hit the road.
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.
Obi-Wan gets sucker-punched in the Feels again; Qui-Gon literally rides around on a dragon.
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.
Qui-Gon might be bleeding to death but he can still judge people; Obi-Wan joins the I Can Fly/Almost Crash-Land Anything club.
Obi-Wan gets back to doing with he loves; the gang gains a smug new pilot and gets the hell off Tatooine (for now.)
Junior Jedi Reject Obi-Wan takes a beating and learns about Space Mining Intrigue; Qui-Gon is not good with kids.
Artoo sends Luke off on an early-morning errand; Obi-Wan presents the Abridged and Not Entirely Accurate History of the Clone Wars.
In a novel twist for Star Wars, Kenobi saves Skywalker and feels sad about things.