Reeling from a devastating loss, the Ghost Crew rallies together to find a new purpose and resolve.Reeling from a devastating loss, the Ghost Crew rallies together to find a new purpose and resolve.Reeling from a devastating loss, the Ghost Crew rallies together to find a new purpose and resolve.
This episode was dedicated to the mourning of Kanan's demise. All of the characters dealt with it in different ways, and I loved to see how it all came together to craft a very sincere episode. It wasn't only the characters sitting around having fun memories about him amid their grief, but an episode that also progressed the plot by giving Ezra's an important storyline that is going to bring us back to something that was left unfinished a few seasons back. Meanwhile, Zeb and Sabine had dealings with the Empire, and I do think that their storyline was probably the weakest even though it gave us a cool fight with Rukh. Hera didn't really have a lot to do, but given the fact that she has been through a lot in the past episodes, it felt right for her to take a backseat this time around. I'm excited to see a return to the Jedi Temple, and I'm excited to see what secrets it might hold. There is going to be a lot to get done in these last few episodes, and if the season so far has told me anything, it is that they are going to bring it all the way, and hopefully end on a great and satisfying note.
- Mar 30, 2020
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