Obi-Wan Kenobi came to an end on Wednesday, with episode 6 — the season finale — of the live-action Star Wars show hitting Disney Plus. We caught up with exiled Jedi Obi-Wan (Ewan McGregor), 10-year-old Princess Leia Organa (Vivien Lyra Blair) and a group of refugees after they fled from Darth Vader (formerly Anakin Skywalker, played by Hayden Christensen and voiced by James Earl Jones) in episode 5.
Unfortunately, their escape may not be so straightforward. Anti-Imperial network leader Roken (O’Shea Jackson Jr.), who’s been helping Jedi and Force sensitives escape the Empire via an underground railroad known as the Path, reveals that their ship’s hyperdrive is broken and the Empire is in hot pursuit.
Former Imperial Inquisitor Reva (Moses Ingram) was left for dead by Vader after she tried to strike the Sith Lord down. She’s too angry to die though and seemingly figured out that 10-year-old Luke Skywalker (Grant Feely) is Vader’s secret son and living in hiding on Tatooine.
Obi-Wan sensed the danger to Luke through the Force, so I guess he’ll have to get back to the desert world to confront Reva. At least no one figured out that Leia is Vader’s other secret child.
The master returns
With Vader defeated and Reva having abandoned her quest for vengeance by sparing young Luke, Obi-Wan returns to his Tatooine exile a changed man — he’s opened himself up to the Force again and has renewed hope for the future. He leaves his dingy cave, paying a brief visit to the Lars homestead.
Uncle Owen (Joel Edgerton) initially regards the Jedi with his usual suspicion but warms to him when Obi-Wan acknowledges that Luke “just needs to be a boy” and that the Lars’ protection is all the young fella needs. Isn’t that nice? It’s so nice, in fact, that Owen allows Obi-Wan to meet Luke.
“Hello there,” he says to his future apprentice, breaking out his signature greeting because Lucasfilm couldn’t resist and we all needed to hear it — I certainly feel better….
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