Following on from the end of Part 3, Obi-Wan (Ewan McGregor) is healing in a Bacta Tank, then alongside Tala (Indira Varma) set out to rescue Leia (Vivien Lyra Blair) but in order to do that they must infiltrate the Inquisitors’ stronghold on the ocean moon of Nur in the Mustafar system. They approach The Path, network who helps Jedi escape the Empire, for help. They meet (the easily persuaded) Roken (O’Shea Jackson Jr.), Wade (Ryder McLaughlin), and Sully (Maya Erskine) who agree to help.
Meanwhile, poor Leia is being interrogated by the Third Sister Reva Sevander (Moses Ingram) when Obi-Wan finally shows up. When he does, he discovers a creepy vault full of preserved, dead Jedi that the Empire had captured! The plan to save Leia works but Talia’s cover is blown, and it turns into a fight to escape where someone dies!
Upon our heroes’ escape, Vader threatens to kill Reva but she reveals she has put a tracker in Leia’s companion droid, Lola.
Verdict: 7/10. The weakest episode so far and the first to start to unbalance the continuity high wire the series has been walking. This was a typical Star Wars rescue/escape scenario which we have seen in A New Hope and Rebels. It is a fun watch, but the longer Leia remains in it the more the cannon could be damaged, which is sad because Vivien Lyra Blair might be the best thing in the series. I’m guessing she gets a Jedi mind wipe at the end to reset everything as we know it?