The seventh episode of Ahsoka has been released. The highlight of this series is that Ezra and Sabine reunite with Ahsoka Tano. This is followed by Ahsoka’s final episode. In this episode, Sabine and Ahsoka are reunited, now with Ezra.
Ahsoka episode 7 opens with Hera talking to the new Republic Council about not following orders and trying to help Ahsoka. The council thinks that the threats of the rise of a new order and the return of Thrawn are pointless while Hera tries to convince them that’s not the case. Then C3PO shows up out of nowhere to convince the council that Hera wasn’t acting on her own. She was being directed by Leo Organa Then Mon Mothma asks Hera how serious the threat of Thrawn’s return is and Hera says that it’s very serious. That’s it. This is the cold opening of the second last episode of a Star Wars show. Actually, I would have excused the poor writing if it wasn’t for the abysmal look of the show. What happened to make fictional places look a little lived-in and a little realistic? That set looked horrible. I am sure a lot of work went into making it but the shot selection and the lighting did it dirty. Thankfully it sets the stage for the awful cinematography and editing throughout the episode. The scene switches to Ahsoka’s ship’s interior where she is awkwardly practicing with her lightsabers while Anakin’s electronic ghost drones on about fighting Wars and other things everything he mentioned in The World Between Worlds is essentially condensed into a statement. That Cameo was excellent they are currently stretching it. And you are aware that the rise of Skywalker was charged with reversing many of the choices made in The Last Jedi. There were two films in the show where Ahsoka acted similarly. The authors previously tried to convey that the main character is concerned about the lessons she has learned from Anakin.
In this episode, she has erased all her doubts and she fondly remembers remembering her master. This is pathetic who cares about all that when explosions start going off right? yes, the Perjals and Ahsoka’s ship enter the Minefield around Paridia. The petals enter hyperspace yet again to avoid getting singed by the explosions. Ahsoka simply flies through it all. She even avoids some of the enemy ships and seeks refuge in the debris around the planet. It’s like talking to a wall at this point but I have to point out the lack of interaction during a space Chase. Pick up almost any Chase sequence in a Star Wars movie or show and you’ll see how much the characters talk and throw around nonsensical technical terms. They mention evasive maneuvers they talk about shields functioning or malfunctioning. They State how they are rerouting power from one section of the ship to another. And that makes those scenes come alive. Ahsoka flying through a no-visibility Zone without uttering a word is supposed to be impressive I suppose but it’s boring. Thrawn and Elizabeth talk about locating Ahsoka Tano and killing her. Hayang scans the planet for Sabine. Ezra and Sabine have one of the most boring conversations where they catch up about everything that has happened. I don’t know what Rebels fans think about it but the whole conversation made me hate the phrase It’s Complicated. It feels like Sabine knows that a Chase sequence is about to happen. Hence she can’t go into an expository monologue about everything that Ezra has missed. that’s why she keeps patting the running time to get to the chase. It would have felt more organic as she started filling up Ezra on the details and the conversation was cut short by the enemies. The fact that Sabine actively avoids talking about anything substantial with Ezra makes it seem like she isn’t actually glad to find out that he’s alive. It doesn’t feel like she has reunited with her friend who was presumed to be dead for a few years.
This version of Ezra feels Hollow. He looks like he has been on a spiritual Journey but the only thing he can talk about is going home. I don’t know if the writers are foreshadowing a death but if they’ve reintroduced Ezra only to kill him it’ll be hilarious. Returning to the crucial plot bail in Skull shinhadi and their band of Assassins keep looking for Sabine and Ezra to use their strange technology to find Ahsoka’s Thrawn recruits The Witches of Dathomer. Ahsoka contacts Sabine and learns where she is using the force as a result Thrawn orders Enoch to bomb Ahsoka’s hiding place after she is exposed. Does anyone find this interesting the act of locating oneself how on Earth can this be intriguing in any way by the way balen keeps hinting that he’s fulfilling some sort of higher purpose which prevents him from supporting shinhadi in her conflict with Ezra and Sabine. shinhadi identifies where Ezra and Sabine are Enoch relays that to Throng. Thrawn tells his forces to attack the duo since the Nodi is a peaceful tribe their vehicles aren’t that fast. So that allows Felony and his team to craft the slowest Chase in Star Wars history. I don’t know if they were being ironic or tongue-in-cheek about it. If they were it wasn’t evident because everything about it was atrocious. Every creative decision taken in Ahsoka genuinely baffles me it feels like nobody on the team was interested in making every second of this unnecessarily long show count. They apparently wanted audiences to feel dumb for investing their time and their money in a mini-series that’s supposed to be about Ahsoka Tano. But it’s hardly about Ahsoka Tano. What was the point of the Skirmish on Paridia? the worst lightsaber duel is fought between Ahsoka and Balen.
Everything about the production the dancing the acting the editing the cinematography is awful. It is made worse by the fact that it occurs simultaneously with the conflict between Thrawn’s soldiers Ezra, Sabine, shinhadi, and others. Are you curious about how Ahsoka and Balin’s altercation ends Ahsoka flees as Hayang fires in their general direction sending up a cloud of dirt and dust. Bailin has a defeated expression as he casts his gaze into the Horizon. What’s going on here? what action? is this person taking? what is his purpose? did he really leave his trainee behind to engage in this clumsy battle with Ahsoka? why does he not chase after Ahsoka as she flees? this storytelling is terrible where does Ahsoka run off to? Sabine and Ezra of course Ahsoka, hyang, Ezra, and Sabine incapacitate most of the night Troopers while the rest run away. shinhadi fails to believe that she has lost. Ahsoka gives her an opportunity to switch sides. But it’s so flimsy that shinhadi runs away again nobody pursues her. She is one of the villains of the show why is she allowed to get away like that it isn’t like she escapes in an instant she has to run and get to one of those dog-like creatures and the heroes just watch her run away it’s so stupid.
At the end of Ahsoka, episode 7 thrawn makes a note of Balon’s absence during the fight and the fact that his forces have lost. But he tries to make it seem like that was the plan all along because it kept Ahsoka and her friends busy while they loaded the cargo. What is this cargo? what is its purpose? we don’t know? we are in the second last episode of the miniseries and we don’t know the main villain’s master plan. There’s not even a hint. It’s some nondescript cargo amazing brilliant the Emmys are on the way Ahsoka Sabine and Ezra hug it out because this is their reunion.
Ahsoka has eight episodes.
In the sixth episode of Ahsoka’s Who, Sabine and Ezra meet.
In the seventh episode of Ahsoka, Sabine, and Ezra reunite with Ahsoka Tano