Grand Admiral Thrawn isn’t the villain we deserved, he’s the villain we needed. Star Wars: Ahsoka keeps on a steady upward trend. The main complaint here is the criminal misuse of Wes Chatham. It’s not perfect, there are some odd character choices, but everyone’s still excited for the next episode.
Much to the surprise of Jim and A.Ron, Grand Admiral Thrawn appears! A Star Wars show isn’t making us wait multiple seasons to see the character they’ve been teasing??!? This episode dives deeper into Filoni-created Star Wars lore (Wookiepedia has been a helpful source). What is Baylan’s ultimate goal? How do the Witches fit into the future? With only two episodes left, does Filoni have a satisfying conclusion for us?
This episode makes the Star Wars canon better. We get to see more of Ahsoka’s backstory and her trials as a young Padawan. As you probably know, Anakin was made for a problematic Jedi Master. See how that dynamic influences Ahsoka in the present time in a showdown that brings Star Wars back to form.
At the midpoint of the season, Ahsoka has finally hooked Jim and A.Ron. Sabine can’t be trusted and we all seem to know it except for Ahsoka. Is an orange lightsaber for the chaotic neutral characters? And green dust doesn’t mean someone is dead. We’re gonna need more proof than that. And there’s a spicy feedback section to top it all off.
Everything is canon now and you better remember every detail because a lot of it is coming back. There’s extra lightsabers on the wall, a random kind, and more. Join A.Ron and Jim as they sort through the fact and implied truth in the new series Ahsoka. And is this whole season the opening crawl for a Dave Filoni trilogy?? IT BETTER NOT BE.
Asoka Tano enters swinging her dual lightsabers. She must hunt down some mysterious Sith. Meanwhile, Ahsoka’s Padawan, Sabine, is becoming disillusioned with her master. Sound familiar to you Star Wars: The Clone Wars fans? Jim and A.Ron are hoping Dave Filoni’s remix takes itself less seriously in the coming episodes.