Regeneration

K-9In a dystopian world, street kids Starkey and Jorjie seek refuge from omnipresent police patrols in the secluded lab of Professor Gryffen, an enigmatic scientist who is trying to retrieve his family from another place in time and space. Spooked by what he’s witnessed, Starkey tries to make his escape… and promptly ruins Gryffen’s experiment. The space-time coordinates of Gryffen’s equipment shift and a group of vicious aliens called the Jixen appears through the portal, followed shortly thereafter by a robot dog who takes on the Jixen single-handedly. Declaring the battle an unwinnable situation with its dwindling power reserves, the dog warns the humans to retreat so it can self-destruct and eliminate the Jixen. In the resulting pile of debris, Starkey finds an electronic “heart” – and it soon begins to hover under its own power, building a new metallic body: a smaller, more mobile version of the metal dog that saved them. Starkey, Jorjie, Professor Gryffen and Gryffen’s cocky lab assistant Darius Pike are too stunned by this to notice that the original K-9’s destruction left one of the Jixen alive… and dangerous. But the authorities are more interested in finding Starkey – also known as Stark Reality, a voice favoring a resistance against the near-totalitarian rulers of London – and once the new K-9 begins exploring the city, he attracts attention as well.

Season 1 Regular Cast: Robert Moloney (Professor Gryffen), Keegan Joyce (Starkey), Philippa Coulthard (Jorjie Turner), Daniel Webber (Darius Pike), John Leeson (voice of K-9)

written by Shayne Armstrong and S.P. Krause
directed by David Caesar & Mark DeFriest
music by Christopher Elves
K9 theme music by Michael Lira

Guest Cast: Robyn Moore (Inspector June Turner)

K-9Notes: Filmed on a soundstage outside Brisbane, Australia (which is also where the cast and crew hail from), K-9 isn’t technically a spinoff of Doctor Who. It utilizes the K-9 character created by the late Dave Martin and executive producer Bob Baker outside of the Doctor Who context. In online pre-publicity, Baker mentioned that this K-9 was the original K-9, which remained on Gallifrey with Leela in the Doctor Who story The Invasion Of Time (1977), though this isn’t ever established in on-screen dialogue, and with the new Doctor Who series’ assertion that Gallifrey was destroyed in a war with the Daleks, begs for an explanation of where that K-9 was during those events. (This also assumes that one overlooks the destruction of Leela’s K-9 in the Big Finish Gallifrey audios.) In any case, the London depicted in this series is clearly not a London that has been seen in Doctor Who, so everything here – including K-9 – may be in a parallel universe handily unencumbered by the still-unfolding Doctor Who mythology. However, taking Baker’s mention of Leela’s K-9 as gospel may explain why the original model has the ability to regenerate (a term actually used numerous times in dialogue) – Leela’s K-9 may well have been upgraded with Time Lord technology. No elements of Doctor Who mythology are mentioned in dialogue at all. Baker’s attempts to create a K-9 spinoff have been in progress for many years, as documented in the 2000 video documentary K-9 Unleashed! (which happened to have been written by series co-creator Paul Tams), featuring a primitive computer-generated flying K-9 not entirely dissimilar to the one which appears in this series. Baker’s attempts to launch K-9 on his own – thanks to a loophole in UK copyright law which allows the creators of characters or situations to control and exploit their creations even after inclusion in a larger franchise like Doctor Who – languished with Doctor Who off the air, but with the new series thriving, Baker finally found parties interested in funding a K-9 spinoff (and allowed one-off Doctor Who appearances of the “original model” in School Reunion, Journey’s End, and the Sarah Jane Adventures series). K-9 had, in fact, been central to the very first attempt to launch a Doctor Who spinoff, 1981’s K-9 & Company. The series airs on Disney XD in the UK and Europe, and the airdate of this episode reflects its world premiere as a “sneak preview” special; the series proper would not begin until 2010. Bob Baker gave permission for the “original model” K-9 to make more appearances than usual in the third season of The Sarah Jane Adventures, perhaps in an attempt to draw additional attention to this spin-off.

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Beck’s Beginning

Tron UprisingFollowing the fall of Tron and Flynn, Clu begins to take over the entire Grid. A mechanic program, Beck, watches as one of his friends is derezzed for merely questioning the legality of Clu’s coup, and takes action: altering his appearance to look like Tron, he destroys a huge statue of Clu, drawing the attention of one of Clu’s generals, Tesler. As striking any blow for freedom is considered an act of terrorism under Clu’s regime, Beck’s career choices rapidly narrow. He’s capture by Tesler’s lieutenant, Paige, but manages to escape, landing in the middle of nowhere – but not alone. Beck is interrogated by another program who wants to know why he has chosen to impersonate Tron. And Beck’s interrogator has reason to ask, since he is Tron.

written by Edward Kitsis & Adam Horowitz
directed by Charlie Bean
music by Joseph Trapanese

Tron UprisingCast: Elijah Wood (Beck), Bruce Boxleitner (Tron), Emmanuelle Chriqui (Paige), Mandy Moore (Mara), Nate Corddry (Zed), Lance Henriksen (Tesler), Reginald VelJohnson (Able), Paul Reubens (Pavel), Tricia Helfer (voice of the Grid), Charlie Bean (additional voices), Elizabeth Ho (additional voices), Meeghan Holloway (additional voices), Sam Riegel (additional voices), Keith Silverstein (additional voices), Fred Tatascione (additional voices), Keone Young (additional voices)

Notes: Originally broadcast in 10 mini-episodes, Beck’s Beginning garnered enough interest to be edited together to serve as a “prelude” to the series proper. Tron is shown to be in an extremely damaged state here, a condition that will presumably worsen until he becomes Rinzler (this animated series takes place Tron Uprisingbefore Tron Legacy). Bruce Boxleitner is the only cast member to have appeared in the live-action Tron franchise, starring as Tron (and his real-world alter ego Alan Bradley) in 1982’s Tron and 2010’s Tron Legacy. Elijah Wood is best known as Frodo Baggins from the 21st century big-screen Lord Of The Rings trilogy as well as the two Hobbit movies. Mandy Moore was the voice of Rapunzel in Disney’s all-CG movie Tangled, and has had recurring roles in Grey’s Anatomy, Scrubs, and Entourage, all while maintaining her career as a recording artist. Wood and Moore co-starred in 2002’s All I Want. Lance Henriksen’s genre resume could almost fill a book, with big-screen appearances in Aliens and several of its sequels, Close Encounters Of The Third Kind, The Terminator, and The Right Stuff, and countless TV roles (including a three-year stint as star of the X-Files spinoff Millennium). Reginald VelJohnson will forever be known as Urkel’s dad from Family Matters, just as Paul Reubens will forever be associated with the character Tron Uprisingof Pee-Wee Herman. Tricia Helfer probably needs no introduction to genre audiences after starring as Number Six in the 21st century reboot of Battlestar Galactica. Director Charlie Bean worked on Batman: The Animated Series, Samurai Jack, Powerpuff Girls, Hercules & Xena: The Animated Movie and early episodes of Ren & Stimpy. Joseph Trapanese assisted Daft Punk on their soundtrack for Tron Legacy and takes over music duties here.

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The Renegade, Part 1

Tron UprisingSecurity has tightened across the Grid after Beck’s acts of rebellion in the guise of Tron, ironically making it harder for Beck to sneak away for further training at Tron’s secret hideout. Spotted as he leaves, Beck tries to evade the Recognizers and hides inside what appears to be a cargo container, only to discover that its cargo consists of fellow programs being taken to fight on the Grid. En route to battle, Beck discovers that some of his fellow prisoners regard Tron as a hero – and others see him as a nuisance.

Tron Uprisingstory by Edward Kitsis & Adam Horowitz
written by Kamran Pasha, Adam Nussdorf & Bill Wolkoff
directed by Charlie Bean
music by Joseph Trapanese

Cast: Elijah Wood (Beck), Bruce Boxleitner (Tron), Emmanuelle Chriqui (Paige), Mandy Moore (Mara), Nate Corddry (Zed), Lance Henriksen (Tesler), Reginald VelJohnson (Able), Paul Reubens (Pavel), Lance Reddick (Cutler), Kate Mara (Perl), Ben Schwartz (Rilo), Tricia Helfer (voice of the Grid), Charlie Bean (additional voices), Elizabeth Ho (additional voices), Meeghan Holloway (additional voices), Sam Riegel (additional voices), Keith Silverstein (additional voices)

Tron UprisingNotes: Storyboard artist Ricardo Delgado has been either an illustrator or storyboarder for numerous productions, from Star Trek: Deep Space Nine to seaQuest DSV to Avatar: The Last Airbender to Star Wars: Clone Wars. His movie credits include Apollo 13, WALL-E, Star Trek: First Contact, Men In Black, The Matrix Reloaded, The Incredibles, and Wreck-It Ralph. A Bit, similar to the one first seen in 1982’s Tron, appears in this episode; also seen here is the ENCOM 786 Light Cycle, later seen to be in Flynn’s possession in Tron Legacy.

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The Renegade, Part 2

Tron UprisingBeck and Cutler refuse to fight each other, so Tesler encircles them with a force field that will contract until they’re both crushed. They begin fighting, but Cutler forfeits, and is sentenced to derezzing by Tesler. In the guise of Tron, Beck breaks Cutler out, but Paige, Tesler’s most fiercely devoted underling, is not far behind. Elsewhere on the grid, Zed has to ask for help in recovering the stolen ENCOM 786 light cycle.

Tron Uprisingstory by Edward Kitsis & Adam Horowitz
written by Kamran Pasha, Adam Nussdorf & Bill Wolkoff
directed by Charlie Bean
music by Joseph Trapanese

Cast: Elijah Wood (Beck), Bruce Boxleitner (Tron), Emmanuelle Chriqui (Paige), Mandy Moore (Mara), Nate Corddry (Zed), Lance Henriksen (Tesler), Reginald VelJohnson (Able), Paul Reubens (Pavel), Lance Reddick (Cutler), Kate Mara (Perl), Ben Schwartz (Rilo), Tricia Helfer (voice of the Grid), Charlie Bean (additional voices), Elizabeth Ho (additional voices), Meeghan Holloway (additional voices), Sam Riegel (additional voices), Keith Silverstein (additional voices)

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Blackout

Tron UprisingTron is unsatisfied with Beck’s training; the younger program is too cocky and careless in Tron’s simulated freedom-fighting scenarios. A sudden blackout, affecting the entire Grid, catches their attention. Tessler is overseeing a drilling project to tap directly into the energy that powers the entire Grid. Tron knows that this dangerous operation has to be stopped, so training time is over for Beck: he must become the Renegade in a real crisis. But Beck can’t trust anyone, not even his own friends, with his secret identity – not even when he needs their help to survive.

Tron Uprisingwritten by Edward Kitsis & Adam Horowitz
directed by Charlie Bean
music by Joseph Trapanese

Cast: Elijah Wood (Beck), Bruce Boxleitner (Tron), Emmanuelle Chriqui (Paige), Mandy Moore (Mara), Nate Corddry (Zed), Lance Henriksen (Tesler), Reginald VelJohnson (Able), Paul Reubens (Pavel), Donald Faison (Bartik), Paul Scheer (Hopper), David Arquette (Link), Tricia Helfer (voice of the Grid), Charlie Bean (additional voices), Elizabeth Ho (additional voices), Meeghan Holloway (additional voices), Sam Riegel (additional voices), Keith Silverstein (additional voices)

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Spark Of Rebellion

Star Wars: RebelsOn the outer rim world of Lothal, Ezra Bridger ekes out a life of causing mischief for the local Imperial garrison, getting what he can for himself, and escaping to do it all again another day. He also has an ability to stay one step ahead of the local Imperial forces, making quick getaways and startling leaps to safety. Ezra notices unusual activity surrounding a shipment of Imperial cargo crates, but what’s unusual is the motley group of people who try to steal that cargo. Since it’s obviously of value, Ezra decides to steal some of it for himself, which endears him to neither the Imperial stormtroopers or his rival band of thieves, led by Kanan Jarrus. Impressed by Ezra’s abilities, Kanan rescues the boy (and the crate of cargo he’s stolen) and makes a quick getaway about his cargo ship, the Ghost. Ezra finds he’s made an enemy of Kanan’s strong man, Zeb, and has simply annoyed explosives expert Sabine and the Ghost‘s pilot, Hera (and her C-10-P astromech droid, Chopper). But Ezra slowly begins to realize that he’s taken his first step into a larger world: Kanan Jarrus and the Ghost’s crew are fighting the Empire on principle, not for profit…and Kanan is not simply a sharp shot with a blaster, but one of the last remaining wielders of a Jedi lightsaber. Kanan believes that, like himself, Ezra has the ability to connect with the Force. Ezra’s life has just become a lot more dangerous.

Order the DVDsDownload this episode via Amazonwritten by Simon Kinberg
directed by Steward Lee & Steven G. Lee
music by Kevin Kiner
based on original themes and music by John Williams

Cast: Taylor Gray (Ezra Bridger), Freddie Prinze Jr. (Kanan Jarrus), Vanessa Marshall (Hera), Tiya Sircar (Sabine), Steven Blum (Zeb / Alton Kastle / Stormtrooper 3 / Stormtrooper 6), David Oyelowo (Agent Kallus), Keith Szarabajka (Vizago / Transport Captain / Imperial Officer / Old Man), David Shaughnessy (Aresko / Myles Grint / Refugee 1), Greg Weisman (Commander Stormtrooper), James Arnold Taylor (Obi-Wan Kenobi), Greg Ellis (Stormtrooper 5), Liam O’Brien (Yogar Lyste / Morad Sumar / Vendor), Jason Isaacs (The Inquisitor)

RebelsNotes: Star Wars: Rebels takes place five years before the original Star Wars, and 14 years after Revenge Of The Sith. Few Jedi escaped the Order 66 massacre in the latter movie, but Kanan Jarrus was a young Jedi at the time and has escaped detection by putting his Force abilities to use as a privateer. The Jedi Holocrons were first seen on TV in Rebels’ predecessor series, Star Wars: Clone Wars, but mentions of them in print media preceded their appearance in filmed media. Many of the show’s designs were based on unused or early Ralph McQuarrie designs for the original trilogy.

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Droids In Distress

Star Wars: RebelsWith their raids on Imperial cargo flights not going well and supplies running low, the Ghost crew is becoming demoralized. Ezra is doubly frustrated because the repeated attempts to intercept Imperial cargo have left no time for the Jedi training that Kanan promised him. Kanan opts for a straightforward bit of piracy, stealing an Imperial weapons shipment under cover, but when Zeb recognizes the stolen guns as the same kind of banned weapons that killed most of his people, the fight becomes personal. In the meantime, Chopper runs afoul of a pair of droids tagging along with an Imperial dignitary, butting metal heads with the newer-model blue astromech droid and his protocol droid counterpart. But C-3PO and R2-D2 are on a secret mission of their own, one which lands them in trouble again.

Order the DVDsDownload this episode via Amazonwritten by Greg Weisman
directed by Steward Lee
music by Kevin Kiner
based on original themes and music by John Williams

RebelsCast: Taylor Gray (Ezra Bridger), Freddie Prinze Jr. (Kanan Jarrus), Vanessa Marshall (Hera), Tiya Sircar (Sabine), Steven Blum (Zeb / Amda Wabo / Stormtrooper Commander), David Oyelowo (Agent Kallus), Phil LaMarr (Bail Organa), Anthony Daniels (C-3PO), Keith Szarabajka (Vizago / Dispatcher / Imperial Officer), Kath Soucie (Minister Maketh Tua), Paul Reubens (RX-24)

RebelsNotes: Anthony Daniels continues his hat trick of having played C-3PO in nearly every audiovisual offshoot of the Star Wars universe, including the original films. Phil Lamarr reprises the role of Bail Organa, who he voiced in many Clone Wars episodes (as well as other characters such as Jedi Knight Kit Fisto). Paul Reubens originated the voice of RX-24 in Disneyland’s long-running Star Tours ride in 1987, which was also the source of the passenger vehicle piloted by RX-24 in this episode, marking the first on-screen validation of Star Tours.

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Fighter Flight

Star Wars: RebelsAs punishment for scuffling in the cargo bay and leaving it a mess, Zeb and Ezra are sent on a supply procurement mission that’s a bit more like a scavenger hunt. One of the items, an imported fruit, can only be stolen from Imperial supplies, a caper which becomes bigger than either bargained for when Zeb steals a TIE Fighter. Under stritct orders from Kanan to ditch the TIE Fighter and return to the Ghost on foot, Zeb and Ezra make a detour to help some oppressed locals, a task easier said than done unless Ezra can continue to strengthen his prowess in the Force.

Order the DVDsDownload this episode via Amazonwritten by Kevin Hopps
directed by Steven G. Lee
music by Kevin Kiner
based on original themes and music by John Williams

RebelsCast: Taylor Gray (Ezra Bridger), Freddie Prinze Jr. (Kanan Jarrus), Vanessa Marshall (Hera), Tiya Sircar (Sabine), Steven Blum (Zeb / Stormtrooper Commander), David Shaughnessy (Vendor 1 / Imperial Transport Driver), Liam O’Brien (Yogar Lyste / Morad Sumar / Stormtrooper 1), Greg Ellis (Baron Valen Rudor)

Notes: The episode’s title is a play on the phrase “fight or flight”, referring to the psychological response to imminent danger. The Imperial prisoner transports are modeled closely Rebelsupon Kenner’s Imperial Troop Transport toy from 1979, a vintage vehicle which was actually loosely based upon a transport seen in the Rebel base in Star Wars. The only thing missing is the strangely blocky “blinder” devices for the prisoners.

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Rise Of The Old Masters

Star Wars: RebelsEzra’s Jedi training has finally begun, but Kanan, not exactly a Jedi Master himself, finds his student to be undisciplined and unfocused. When word reaches the Ghost that Jedi Master Luminara Unduli is still alive and being held captive by the Empire, Kanan sees an answer to his problems, and makes saving her the crew’s next mission. But even with Kanan utilizing the full measure of his Jedi training, the odds are against the Ghost’s crew, and they discover that a trap has been laid for them with a Jedi’s remains. The Grand Inquisitor, having followed Kanan’s prior exploits with interest, appears with his own lightsaber…and takes an interest in luring Ezra to the dark side.

Order the DVDsDownload this episode via Amazonwritten by Henry Gilroy
directed by Steward Lee
music by Kevin Kiner
based on original themes and music by John Williams

RebelsCast: Taylor Gray (Ezra Bridger), Freddie Prinze Jr. (Kanan Jarrus / Stormtrooper 1), Vanessa Marshall (Hera), Tiya Sircar (Sabine), Steven Blum (Zeb / Alton Kastle / Stormtrooper Commander), Brent Spiner (Gall Trayvis), Greg Weisman (Stormtrooper 3), Jason Isaacs (The Inquisitor)

Notes: The Inquisitor remarks that Kanan’s reliance on Form III lightsaber combat means he was an Rebelsapprentice of Jedi Master Depa Bilaba, a fact confirmed both by the Rebels prequel novel A New Dawn and future episodes of the series. Luminara Unduli’s death in Imperial captivity contradicts some earlier accounts of the Jedi Master’s death; those earlier reports of her death on Kashyyyk have been relegated to the “Legends” timeline, along with much of the Expanded Universe predating the Lucasfilm sale to Disney. Guest star Brent Spiner played Lt. Commander Data in every season and movie spinoff of Star Trek: The Next Generation; this is his first role in a Star Wars production.

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Breaking Ranks

Star Wars: RebelsEzra goes undercover as Cadet “Dev Morgan” at an Imperial Academy for young Stormtrooper trainees, where he impresses his superiors with his well-above-average reflexes and agility. His real mission is to intercept Imperial information on a shipment of Kyber crystals being delivered to the Emperor. But he also discovers he’s not the only cadet with no love for the Empire, and Ezra decides to make some very dangerous modifications to the mission plan to help his new fellow Rebels…only to come to the attention of the Inquisitor.

Order the DVDsDownload this episode via Amazonwritten by Greg Weisman
directed by Steven G. Lee
music by Kevin Kiner
based on original themes and music by John Williams

RebelsCast: Taylor Gray (Ezra Bridger), Freddie Prinze Jr. (Kanan Jarrus / Stormtrooper 1), Vanessa Marshall (Hera), Tiya Sircar (Sabine), Steven Blum (Zeb / Walker Pilot), David Oyelowo (Agent Kallus), David Shaugnessy (Commandant Aresko / Taskmaster Grint), Liam O’Brien (Commander), Dante Basco (Jai Kell), Eric Lopez (Nazhros Oleg / Technician), Jason Isaacs (The Inquisitor), Bryton James (Zare Leonis)

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Out Of Darkness

Star Wars: RebelsNo sooner have Hera, Sabine and Ezra barely survived their latest mission, another mission beckons, all based on intelligence from a mysterious Rebel source known only as Fulcrum. Sabine, tired of the secrecy, tags along with Hera to find out who Fulcrum is and why their intelligence so often leads the Ghost‘s crew into danger. The payoff for Sabine’s curiosity? More danger, and this time from a source that can’t be reasoned with, as the two are surrounded by wild animals and stranded without fuel.

Order the DVDsDownload this episode via Amazonwritten by Kevin Hopps
directed by Steward Lee
music by Kevin Kiner
based on original themes and music by John Williams

RebelsCast: Taylor Gray (Ezra Bridger), Freddie Prinze Jr. (Kanan Jarrus / Stormtrooper 1), Vanessa Marshall (Hera), Tiya Sircar (Sabine), Steven Blum (Zeb)

Notes: Despite the mention of the abandoned outpost as a strategic site in the Clone Wars, it had not appeared at any point during the Clone Wars animated series. For the first time, a clear chain of command is in evidence, with Kanan commanding the missions while Hera commands the Ghost. This is the first episode of Rebels to mention Fulcrum, whose identity is revealed in the season finale.

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Empire Day

Star Wars: RebelsIn the capitol of Lothal, Kanan and the rest of the Ghost crew prepare to spoil the Empire Day parade, celebrating the anniversary of the formation of the Empire from the ashes of the Republic. But Ezra is distant and distracted: Empire Day is his birthday, and the day he lost his family. When the fighting starts, Ezra joins his teammates to help, and he even stumbles upon a Rodian that both the Empire and the Rebels are looking for: his old family friend, Tseebo. Fitted with a cerebral implant as part of his job in the Empire’s information division, Tseebo can access troop and ship movements, blueprints for vehicles still on the drawing board, and other information vital to the Rebels. And when his implant is disconnected and he regains his personality, he claims to know what happened to Ezra’s parents…

Order the DVDsDownload this episode via Amazonwritten by Henry Gilroy
directed by Steven G. Lee
music by Kevin Kiner
based on original themes and music by John Williams

RebelsCast: Taylor Gray (Ezra Bridger), Freddie Prinze Jr. (Kanan Jarrus), Vanessa Marshall (Hera), Tiya Sircar (Sabine), Steven Blum (Zeb / Alton Kastle / Stormtrooper Commander), David Oyelowo (Agent Kallus), David Shaughnessy (Commandant Aresko/ Stormtrooper / Taskmaster Grint), Dee Bradley Baker (Ephraim Bridger / Old Jho), Brent Spiner (Gall Trayvis), David Acord (Lead TIE Fighter Pilot / Pilot #2), Kath Soucie (Minister Maketh Tua / Mira Bridger), Jason Isaacs (The Inquisitor), Peter MacNicol (Tseebo)

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Gathering Forces

Star Wars: RebelsThe Ghost beats a hasty retreat from Lothal, with the Inquisitor leading Imperial fighters to it. A tracking device is fired toward the Ghost, but instead attaches to its shuttlecraft, the Phantom. Realizing that both the tracker and their sensitivity to the Force are leading the Inquisitor to them, Kanan and Ezra depart in the Phantom to set a trap for their pursuers, a trap that will require Ezra to learn new skills with the Force. But when he finds himself trying to protect the fallen Kanan from the Inquisitor, Ezra takes a step toward the dark side.

Order the DVDsDownload this episode via Amazonwritten by Greg Weisman
directed by Steward Lee
music by Kevin Kiner
based on original themes and music by John Williams

RebelsCast: Taylor Gray (Ezra Bridger), Freddie Prinze Jr. (Kanan Jarrus), Vanessa Marshall (Hera), Tiya Sircar (Sabine), Steven Blum (Zeb / Alton Kastle / Stormtrooper Commander), Dee Bradley Baker (Admiral Kassius Konstantine), Matthew Wood (Stormtrooper Squad Leader), Jason Isaacs (The Inquisitor), Peter MacNicol (Tseebo)

Notes: The abandoned Clone-War-era asteroid base, and its current population of carnivores, was first visited by Hera and Sabine in Out Of Darkness. Fulcrum is again heard but not seen, and Hera again refuses to introduce other members of the crew to Fulcrum. The fate of Ezra’s parents is revealed in the second season episode Legacy.

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Path Of The Jedi

Star Wars: RebelsConcerned about Ezra’s fleeting taste of the power of the dark side of the Force during a battle with the Inquisitor, Kanan takes the boy to a hidden Jedi temple buried on Lothal. Kanan doesn’t give Ezra much of a hint of what to expect, and the Jedi-in-training is subjected to a rapid-fire series of terrifying visions, including the death of all of his friends at the hands of the Inquisitor. Only when Ezra realizes that this would simply leave him alone again – a state with which he is well acquainted – does he shed his fear and begin to walk down the path of the Jedi, with the voice of a long-lost Jedi Master as his guide.

Order the DVDsDownload this episode via Amazonwritten by Charles Murray
directed by Dave Filoni
music by Kevin Kiner
based on original themes and music by John Williams

RebelsCast: Taylor Gray (Ezra Bridger), Freddie Prinze Jr. (Kanan Jarrus), Vanessa Marshall (Hera), Tiya Sircar (Sabine), Steven Blum (Zeb), Jason Isaacs (The Inquisitor), Frank Oz (Yoda)

Notes: This is the first “appearance” of Yoda – who communicates by voice only through the Force to both Kanan and Ezra – in Rebels. A vision of the exiled Jedi Master was originally part of the story, but the role was reduced to a voice-over to avoid making viewers think that Yoda had left Dagobah. Yoda is instead represented by floating lights similar to those that he witnessed himself in the Clone Wars episode Voices.

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Idiot’s Array

Star Wars: RebelsThe Ghost crew is down on its luck on Lothal, unable to find any paying work. Worse yet, in his own attempt to come up with some money, Zeb takes on a stranger in a game of sabacc…and loses, because his opponent is smuggler and swindler Lando Calrissian. Zeb has bet Chopper away, but Lando is willing to haggle: he needs a ship and a crew to pull off a swindle that he promises will make them all wealthier. But what he hasn’t revealed is that this swindle involves presenting Hera as a slave to Lando’s next victim. The Ghost‘s crew finds itself hanging on for dear life as Lando goes on the run from a crime lord and the Empire…using their ship.

Order the DVDsDownload this episode via Amazonwritten by Kevin Hopps
directed by Steward Lee
music by Kevin Kiner
based on original themes and music by John Williams

RebelsCast: Taylor Gray (Ezra Bridger), Freddie Prinze Jr. (Kanan Jarrus), Vanessa Marshall (Hera), Tiya Sircar (Sabine), Steven Blum (Zeb / Scanning Technician), Dee Bradley Baker (Admiral Kassius Konstantine / Old Jho / TIE Pilot #2), James Hong (Azmorigan), Billy Dee Williams (Lando Calrissian), Ben Diskin (TIE Pilot #1)

Notes: Billy Dee Williams reprises the (voice) role of Lando yet again, having done so for everything from the Dark Empire audio dramas to Robot Chicken to the Lego Star Wars animated stories. He would later repay the Ghost crew with a favor in The Siege Of Lothal.

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Vision Of Hope

Star Wars: RebelsEzra experiences a powerful premonition while honing his Jedi skills between missions, a vision in which he sees Rebel sympathizer Senator Gall Trayvis on the run alongside the crew of the Ghost. Kanan warns Ezra that this Force vision lacks context, but when Trayvis’ next pirate broadcast makes it clear that he is coming to Lothal, Ezra has to know more. Contacting one of his fellow students from the Stormtrooper cadet academy, Ezra learns that a major Imperial operation is planned at the time of Trayvis’ arrival, and convinces Hera and the others to put everything on the line to save the man they know as the voice of the Rebellion. But when Trayvis finds himself in as much danger as his rescuers, will he stick to his ideals?

Order the DVDsDownload this episode via Amazonwritten by Henry Gilroy
directed by Steven G. Lee
music by Kevin Kiner
based on original themes and music by John Williams

RebelsCast: Taylor Gray (Ezra Bridger), Freddie Prinze Jr. (Kanan Jarrus), Vanessa Marshall (Hera), Tiya Sircar (Sabine), Steven Blum (Zeb / Alton Kastle / Stormtrooper Commander), David Oyelowo (Agent Kallus), Brent Spiner (Gall Trayvis), Kath Soucie (Minister Maketh Tua), David Acord (Protocol Droid #2), Matthew Wood (Stormtrooper), Bryton James (Zare Leonis)

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Call To Action

Star Wars: RebelsWith Gall Trayvis revealed as an Imperial collaborator, Kanan decides to borrow a strategy from the playbook of Ezra’s parents, and launch a Rebel pirate broadcast to inform everyone on Lothal and in nearby systems of the truth of Imperial rule. But rather than constructing a crude transmitter in a building, Kanan wants to hijack the Empire’s own communications array – the biggest transmitter on the planet. His move, however, is anticipated by the latest Imperial arrival to Lothal: Grand Moff Tarkin, governor of the outer rim worlds. With a ruthless attitude toward those who have repeatedly failed to capture Kanan and his crew, and cold, calculated strategic thinking, Tarkin allows Kanan to take the transmitter – and then destroys it himself, capturing Kanan in the process.

Order the DVDsDownload this episode via Amazonwritten by Greg Weisman and Simon Kinberg
directed by Steward Lee
music by Kevin Kiner
based on original themes and music by John Williams

RebelsCast: Taylor Gray (Ezra Bridger), Freddie Prinze Jr. (Kanan Jarrus), Vanessa Marshall (Hera), Tiya Sircar (Sabine), Steven Blum (Zeb / Alton Kastle / Stormtrooper #1), David Oyelowo (Agent Kallus), David Shaughnessy (Commandant Aresko / Taskmaster Grint), Brent Spiner (Gall Trayvis), Stephen Stanton (Grand Moff Tarkin), Kath Soucie (Minister Maketh Tua), Jason Isaacs (The Inquisitor)

Notes: This episode is effectively the beginning of a three-part season finale, and introduces Tarkin to the Rebels storyline. It also sees the exit of incompetent Imperial officers Aresko and Grint, beheaded (offscreen) by the Inquisitor in one of the darkest plot developments of the series to date.

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Rebel Resolve

Star Wars: RebelsEzra and the others are nearly obsessed with trying to locate Kanan, even to the point of taking on riskier offensives against the Empire than usual. But Hera receives a message from the mysterious Rebel leader Fulcrum: the search for Kanan is too risky, and has to stop. Undaunted by this, and unimpressed with Fulcrum, Ezra, Sabine, Zeb and Chopper launch their own rescue mission anyway. Kanan, in Imperial custody, refuses to talk even under the Inquisitor’s torture, so Governor Tarkin sets a course for a planet that has spelled the end of Jedi in the past: Mustafar.

Order the DVDsDownload this episode via Amazonwritten by Charles Murray and Henry Gilroy
directed by Justin Ridge
music by Kevin Kiner
based on original themes and music by John Williams

RebelsCast: Taylor Gray (Ezra Bridger), Freddie Prinze Jr. (Kanan Jarrus), Vanessa Marshall (Hera), Tiya Sircar (Sabine), Steven Blum (Zeb / Stormtrooper Commander / Shuttle Trooper #1), David Oyelowo (Agent Kallus), Keith Szarabajka (Cikatro Vizago / Shuttle Trooper #2), Stephen Stanton (Grand Moff Tarkin / Imperial Cruiser Officer / Stormtrooper #1), Liam O’Brien (Yogar Lyste / Imperial Technician / Shuttle Pilot), Jason Isaacs (The Inquisitor)

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Fire Across The Galaxy

Star Wars: RebelsTarkin is transporting Kanan to the planet Mustafar in a fleet of Star Destroyers, with the Inquisitor continuing to torture the Jedi along the way. With a stolen Imperial transport (and a TIE Fighter that Zeb and Ezra didn’t crash after all), the crew of the Ghost sets out on their riskiest mission yet, one which hinges entirely on Ezra’s ability to sense Kanan with the Force. The Rebels fight their way aboard Tarkin’s Star Destroyer, but Ezra must set out alone to find Ezra – and fight the Inquisitor alongside his fellow Jedi. Against two Jedi, even with limited training, the Inquisitor is outmatched, but promises that something even more powerful will follow in his footsteps. An entire Rebel fleet blasts out of hyperspace to rescue Kanan and his crew from Mustafar, and once back aboard the Ghost, he and the others meet Fulcrum in person: a Jedi survivor of the Clone Wars named Ahsoka Tano. But unknown to Ahsoka, the man she once knew as her Jedi mentor has been summoned to quash the rising rebellion on Lothal…

Order the DVDsDownload this episode via Amazonwritten by Simon Kinberg
directed by Dave Filoni
music by Kevin Kiner
based on original themes and music by John Williams

RebelsCast: Taylor Gray (Ezra Bridger), Freddie Prinze Jr. (Kanan Jarrus), Vanessa Marshall (Hera), Tiya Sircar (Sabine), Steven Blum (Zeb / Stormtrooper #1 / Stormtrooper #3 / Imperial Crewman)), David Oyelowo (Agent Kallus), Phil LaMarr (Bail Organa / Bridge Official / Official), Dee Bradley Baker (Ephraim Bridger), Ashley Eckstein (Fulcrum / Ahsoka Tano), Stephen Stanton (Grand Moff Tarkin / Stormtrooper #2), Kath Soucie (Mira Bridger), Peter MacNicol (Tseebo), Jason Isaacs (The Inquisitor)

RebelsNotes: Where previous episodes made vague references to the Clone Wars, this story reveals that Rebels is part of the same timeline as the much-loved (but recently concluded) Star Wars: The Clone Wars animated series. (The then-recent acquisition of Lucasfilm and the Star Wars properties by Disney had left some doubt about whether the pre-Disney Clone Wars series was still “official”.) Ashley Eckstein returns to the role of Ahsoka, who would become a regular fixture of Rebels in its second season.

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The Siege Of Lothal

Star Wars: RebelsIn the wake of their escape from Mustafar, Hera, Kanan and the Ghost crew have finally joined the larger Rebel Alliance, taking part in numerous space battles with Phoenix Squadron at their sides. But Kanan is uneasy about the militarization of the Rebellion, longing to get back to Lothal to help people one-on-one. A distress signal from Lothal’s governor – a known Imperial sympathizer – shocks the rest of the group into agreeing with him. But Minister Tua is no longer in charge on Lothal: Darth Vader has arrived to take control of the situation, including a plan to trap the Ghost crew. As Kanan and his crew try to leave Lothal in one piece, Vader catches up to them, and Kanan and Ezra have to fight a Sith Lord for the first time, with barely-survivable results. Even once they escape, they’re not free of Vader’s clutches yet – and when Ahsoka reaches out with the Force to try to identify the pursuing Sith, she is horrified by what she finds.

Order the DVDsDownload this episode via Amazonwritten by Henry Gilroy
directed by Bosco Ng and Brad Rau
music by Kevin Kiner
based on original themes and music by John Williams

RebelsCast: Taylor Gray (Ezra Bridger), Freddie Prinze Jr. (Kanan Jarrus), Vanessa Marshall (Hera), Tiya Sircar (Sabine), Steven Blum (Zeb / Alton Kastle / Imperial Technician #2 / Stormtrooper Commander), David Oyelowo (Agent Kallus), Ashley Eckstein (Ahsoka Tano), Keone Young (Commander Sato / Imperial Technician / Imperial Technician #3), James Earl Jones (Darth Vader), Sam Witwer (The Emperor / W1-LE / Imperial Technician), Billy Dee Williams (Lando Calrissian), Dee Bradley Baker (Old Jho / Stormtrooper #3 / Phoenix #3 / Admiral Konstantine / Rebel Technician), Kath Soucie (Minister Maketh Tua), Matthew Wood (Phoenix #1 / Stormtrooper / Stormtrooper #3 / Imperial Captain)

RebelsNotes: An hour-long “movie”, The Siege Of Lothal serves as something of a new pilot for Rebels, recasting the Ghost crew as a band of star warriors rather than a group of resistance fighters tied to Lothal. Several more months passed before the rest of the second season began to air, with this adventure being aired as a stand-alone event.

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The Lost Commanders

Star Wars: RebelsStinging from the losses incurred by Darth Vader’s attack at Lothal, the Rebel cell including the Ghost and the remnants of Phoenix Squadron limps into hiding, hoping to find a base. Ahsoka sends Kanan, Ezra and the Ghost crew to the outer rim desert planet Seelos to track down a “great military commander” she once knew, who may be able to help the Rebellion. What Kanan and Ezra find there is a leftover AT-TE “walking tank” from the Clone Wars, manned by aged Clone Troopers who want nothing to do with either the Empire or the Rebellion. Kanan, reminded of the horrors of Order 66, doesn’t trust them anyway, but Ezra tries to find middle ground between the two groups. But one of the Clones still feels loyalty toward the Empire, and has sent word that the Rebels are there.

Order the DVDsDownload this episode via Amazonwritten by Matt Michnovetz
directed by Dave Filoni and Sergio Paez
music by Kevin Kiner
based on original themes and music by John Williams

RebelsCast: Taylor Gray (Ezra Bridger), Freddie Prinze Jr. (Kanan Jarrus), Vanessa Marshall (Hera), Tiya Sircar (Sabine), Steven Blum (Zeb / Imperial Officer / Tactical Droid Head), Dee Bradley Baker (CC-3636 / CC-5576-39 / CT-7567 / Kassius Konstantine) David Oyelowo (Agent Kallus), Ashley Eckstein (Ahsoka Tano), Keone Young (Commander Sato)

RebelsNotes: Commander Rex was a mainstay of the Clone Wars animated series, appearing in a great many episodes throughout the show’s run as the Clone Trooper Commander assigned to Anakin Skywalker. (Dee Bradley Baker provided the Clone Troopers’ voices in that series too.) Rex says that he and his surviving comrades discovered and removed their control chips before Order 66 was issued, and did not turn against their Jedi compatriots. But this also made them likely targets of the newly formed Empire, hence the Clones’ dropping out of sight on Seelos. The Clone Wars ended 15 years prior to this episode, and Kanan says that Ezra wasn’t born yet, so Ezra was probably 12 or 13 years old when he joined the Ghost‘s crew. The Lost Commanders is part one of a two-part story further tying Rebels in to the Clone Wars animated series.

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Relics Of The Old Republic

Star Wars: RebelsStranded on Seelos while Sabine repairs the Phantom and Hera repairs the Ghost, Kanan is uneasily forced to ally his group with the retired Clone Troopers. The Empire is already on its way to deal with both the rebels and the clones, who have nothing more than the weapons and vehicles on Seelos to protect themselves. Commander Rex is happy to be fighting alongside a Jedi again; getting Kanan to trust him may be as big a battle as the looming fight with Imperial walkers.

Order the DVDsDownload this episode via Amazonwritten by Steven Melching
directed by Bosco Ng
music by Kevin Kiner
based on original themes and music by John Williams

RebelsCast: Taylor Gray (Ezra Bridger), Freddie Prinze Jr. (Kanan Jarrus / Stormtrooper 1), Vanessa Marshall (Hera), Tiya Sircar (Sabine), Steven Blum (Zeb / Technician 1 / Technician 2), Dee Bradley Baker (Admiral Konstantine / Clone Troopers), David Oyelowo (Agent Kallus), Ashley Eckstein (Ahsoka Tano), Dave Filoni (AT-AT Pilot), Philip Anthony-Rodriguez (Fifth Brother)

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Always Two There Are

Star Wars: RebelsTired of the verbal sniping between Kanan and Captain Rex, Ezra takes it upon himself to tag along with Sabine, Zeb and Chopper on a mission to an abandoned Republic base from the Clone Wars, hoping to find unused medical supplies. But there is someone already waiting for them there: two Inquisitors, each skilled in the dark side of the Force, and neither of them working together.

Order the DVDsDownload this episode via Amazonwritten by Kevin Hopps
directed by Brad Rau
music by Kevin Kiner
based on original themes and music by John Williams

RebelsCast: Taylor Gray (Ezra Bridger), Freddie Prinze Jr. (Kanan Jarrus), Vanessa Marshall (Hera), Tiya Sircar (Sabine), Steven Blum (Zeb / Imperial Technician 1), Dee Bradley Baker (Admiral Konstantine / Rex), David Oyelowo (Agent Kallus), Philip Anthony-Rodriguez (Fifth Brother), Sarah Michelle Gellar (Seventh Sister)

RebelsNotes: Sarah Michelle Gellar starred as Buffy Summers throughout the wildly popular ’90s TV series Buffy The Vampire Slayer, and is married to Rebels regular Freddie Prinze Jr., the voice of Kanan Jarrus. This is the first hint that the Inquisitor previously defeated by Kanan was the Grand Inquisitor.

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Brothers Of The Broken Horn

Star Wars: RebelsFeeling overburdened by his constant duties, whether it’s Jedi training with Kanan, sharpshooting lessons with Rex, or cleaning the Ghost, Ezra yearns for the days when he was on his own. When he hears a distress signal from the ship belonging to Lothal trader boss Vizago – to whom he owes a favor – Ezra takes the Phantom (and Chopper) to go help, alone. But Vizago’s ship is no longer commanded by Vizago, and Ezra has to think fast, adopting the alias of Lando Calrissian for good measure. But when he has a chance to procure just what the Rebellion needs, and finds himself up against an old enemy, Ezra yearns for the days when he had backup.

Order the DVDsDownload this episode via Amazonwritten by Bill Wolkoff
directed by Saul Ruiz
music by Kevin Kiner
based on original themes and music by John Williams

RebelsCast: Taylor Gray (Ezra Bridger), Freddie Prinze Jr. (Kanan Jarrus), Vanessa Marshall (Hera), Tiya Sircar (Sabine), James Hong (Azmorigan), Keith Szarabajka (Cikatro Vizago), Keone Young (Commander Sato), Jim Cummings (Hondo Ohnaka), Dee Bradley Baker (Rex / Imperial Technician)

Notes: Series regular voice artist Steve Blum does not have a role in this episode. Azmorigan was last seen in season 1’s Idiot’s Array.

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Wings Of The Master

Star Wars: RebelsThe reconstituted Phoenix Squadron attempts to run an Imperial blockade to take much-needed food and supplies to an isolated Rebel enclave, only to be forced into retreat. Hera is sent to follow up on rumors of a legendary engineer who has built a fighter better and faster than anything in the Imperial fleet. The rumor turns out to be true, but the prototype B-Wing still needs work…and the work to bring it up to speed must be done fast, because the blockaded Rebel planet still needs help.

Order the DVDsDownload this episode via Amazonwritten by Steven Melching
directed by Dave Filoni and Sergio Paez
music by Kevin Kiner
based on original themes and music by John Williams

RebelsCast: Taylor Gray (Ezra Bridger), Freddie Prinze Jr. (Kanan Jarrus), Vanessa Marshall (Hera), Tiya Sircar (Sabine), Steve Blum (Zeb / Phoenix Leader / Blockade Runner Captain), David Oyelowo (Agent Kallus), Keone Young (Commander Sato), Dave Filoni (Phoenix 2), Dee Bradley Baker (Rex / Phoenix 3), Corey Burton (Quarrie / Eesh Fahm / Imperial Officer)

RebelsNotes: This is the origin story of the B-Wing fighter seen in Return Of The Jedi, though its focused-energy weapon seen here is nowhere in evidence in that movie, probably relegated only to luxury models with a sunroof and a decent sound system.

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Blood Sisters

Star Wars: RebelsSabine is sent on a mission to find an undercover Rebel courier carrying much-needed information, with Ezra and Chopper as backup, though they’re all surprised to find that the courier is a lowly power droid – and it already has a Black Sun bounty hunter on its trail. But this bounty hunter, Ketsu, knows Sabine…because Sabine was once a fellow bounty hunter. Now Sabine must fight her old friend in order to get the droid offworld, but if there’s one thing Sabine knows about Ketsu, it’s that she isn’t easy to lose – and she doesn’t give up.

Order the DVDsDownload this episode via Amazonwritten by Kevin Hopps
directed by Bosco Ng
music by Kevin Kiner
based on original themes and music by John Williams

RebelsCast: Taylor Gray (Ezra Bridger), Vanessa Marshall (Hera), Tiya Sircar (Sabine), Steve Blum (EG-86 Gonk Droid / Dispatch / Imperial Technician), Stephen Stanton (Imperial Officer / Pilot Droid / Stormtrooper 1), Gina Torres (Ketsu Onyo), Dave Filoni (Rodian / Stormtrooper 2)

RebelsNotes: Freddie Prinze Jr. (Kanan) does not appear in this episode, and while series regular Steve Blum does, Zeb does not. Gina Torres is best known to genre fans as Zoe Washburne from Firefly, and before that co-starred in Cleopatra 2525. R2-D2 makes an appearance at the end of this episode. The Black Sun crime syndicate is a rare callback to the pre-Disney “Legends” expanded universe, and figured heavily in such ’90s fiction as Shadows Of The Empire.

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Stealth Strike

Star Wars: RebelsEzra temporarily joins the crew of a Rebel blockade runner looking for a missing ship. Something yanks the ship out of hyperspace: a Star Destroyer of an unusual design. Their captors are testing a new gravity weapon that could give the Empire complete domination of the spacelanes. Kaanan, Rex and Chopper are sent – in stolen stormtrooper armor and a stolen Imperial shuttle – to board the ship incognito and mount a rescue. It turns out that Ezra has used the Force to escape his cell without help…and now the biggest danger aside from the Empire is that fact that Kaanan and Rex can’t agree on an escape plan, or much of anything.

Order the DVDsDownload this episode via Amazonwritten by Matt Michnovetz
directed by Brad Rau
music by Kevin Kiner
based on original themes and music by John Williams

RebelsCast: Taylor Gray (Ezra Bridger), Freddie Prinze Jr. (Kanan Jarrus), Vanessa Marshall (Hera), Tiya Sircar (Sabine), Steve Blum (Zeb Orrelios / Imperial Officer #1 / Stormtrooper #2), Derek Partridge (Admiral Brom Titus), David Oyelwo (Agent Kallus), Keone Young (Commander Sato), Matthew Wood (Imperial Officer #2 / Imperial Weapons Technician #2 / Stormtrooper #1), Dave Filoni (Imperial Technician), Dee Bradley Baker (Rex / Rebel Pilot / Imperial Weapons Technician #1)

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The Future Of The Force

Star Wars: RebelsSeemingly random Inquisitor raids on civilian transports strike fear into the galaxy. Ahsoka works out who the targets are: the Inquisitors are kidnapping infants who have latent Force abilities, perhaps hoping to train them as future Inquisitors. The Rebels set out to recover the kidnapped babies, finding the Inquisitors to be formidable foes.

Order the DVDsDownload this episode via Amazonwritten by Bill Wolkoff
directed by Saul Ruiz
music by Kevin Kiner
based on original themes and music by John Williams

RebelsCast: Taylor Gray (Ezra Bridger), Freddie Prinze Jr. (Kanan Jarrus), Vanessa Marshall (Hera), Tiya Sircar (Sabine), Steve Blum (Zeb Orrelios / Freighter Pilot / Ithorian Driver #2), Ashley Eckstein (Ahsoka Tano), Grey Griffin (Darja / Oora), Philip Anthony-Rodriguez (Fifth Brother), Dee Bradley Baker (Pipey), Dave Filoni (Ithorian Driver #1), Sarah Michelle Gellar (Seventh Sister)

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Legacy

Star Wars: RebelsAfter a powerful Force vision about his parents being alive, Ezra all but demands that the Ghost crew help him find them. Hera checks with her sources, and Ezra and Kanan check with the Force, coming up with two pieces of information: a prisoner breakout at an Imperial installation, and the Empire’s unusual withdrawal from Lothal. Ezra’s obsession with finding his parents almost puts him in the hands of the Inquisitors, and endangers the entire Rebel fleet during another operation. Returning to Lothal, Ezra continues on his reckless course, alarming Kanan since there is still an Imperial presence on the ground level even though the fleet has pulled away. But what exactly has the Force been leading Ezra to discover?

Order the DVDsDownload this episode via Amazonwritten by Henry Gilroy
directed by Mel Zwyer
music by Kevin Kiner
based on original themes and music by John Williams

RebelsCast: Taylor Gray (Ezra Bridger), Freddie Prinze Jr. (Kanan Jarrus), Vanessa Marshall (Hera), Tiya Sircar (Sabine), Steve Blum (Zeb Orrelios / Imperial Technician), Dee Bradley Baker (Admiral Konstantine / Rex / Ephraim Bridger), David Owelyo (Agent Kallus), Keone Young (Commander Sato), Philip Anthony-Rodriguez (Fifth Brother / Rebel Trooper / Phoenix Squaron Pilot), Kath Soucie (Mira Bridger), Clancy Brown (Ryder Azadi), Sarah Michelle Gellar (Seventh Sister)

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A Princess On Lothal

Star Wars: RebelsAwaiting pickup by Hera aboard the Ghost, Kanan and Ezra catch up with Lothal’s former governor, Ryder Azadi, now a fugitive from the Empire, when a new wrinkle crops up in their escape plan: a Rebel convoy of three cruisers is being delivered to the Rebellion by way of Lothal, which is still patrolled by the Empire. Bringing the cruisers to Lothal is Princess Leia Organa, a member of Senator Bail Organa’s staff and a commanding presence, despite still being a teenager. But when the Empire locks down her three ships, Leia, Kanan and Ezra have to improvise fast.

Order the DVDsDownload this episode via Amazonwritten by Steven Melching
directed by Saul Ruiz
music by Bosco Ng
based on original themes and music by John Williams

RebelsCast: Taylor Gray (Ezra Bridger), Freddie Prinze Jr. (Kanan Jarrus / AT-AT Driver #3), Vanessa Marshall (Hera), Tiya Sircar (Sabine), Steve Blum (Zeb Orrelios / AT-AT Driver #2 / Stormtrooper Commander / Stormtrooper Deck Officer), Dave Filoni (AT-AT Driver / Stormtrooper / Stormtrooper Commander), Liam O’Brien (Lt. Lysle / Stormtrooper Squad Leader), Julie Dolan (Princess Leia Organa), Matthew Wood (Rebel Pilot), Clancy Brown (Ryder Azadi / Imperial Officer / Stormtrooper #2)

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