Best Episodes of Star Wars Rebels
This episode was probably the last good episode because following this episode Ezra shaved his head, Kanan was blind and grew a beard, and Sabine dyed her hair. Out of the 3 I think the worst thing is Ezra shaving his head as the merchandise had Ezra with his long hair, and several Star wars rebels promos had Ezra with long hair. Following this episode the series seemed very dark and different from the beginning.
I think this episode is the best one to come out of Star Wars Rebels so far, and I have already seen all of Season 3. Gotta say, though, Season 3 was kind of a let-down. Both Zero Hour and Twin Suns were over-hyped and there wasn't as much character-development and losses as I had originally hoped. Kanan practically isn't even blind anymore, he senses literally everything, you might as well call him color-blind. However this episode did leave me with a lot of questions and I am still very curious as to what happened to Ahsoka Tano. My exact thoughts on this episode: Ahsoka tells Rex she doesn't need any back up on the mission to Malachor.. I like how Ahsoka assures Rex she will be fine..Their conversation mirrors their first (I think..) conversation in The Clone Wars. Ezra made the ground break and they all fell inside the planet..Ezra's force abilities seem to be getting a little dangerous. I also like the little cameo of Kylo Ren's lightsaber design. Ezra becomes lost again, while ...more
I really liked the Maul, Ahsoka, and Darth Vader. Too bad Ezra wrecked it with one stupid comment, “I need a lot more training.”
Me: What’s the matter with you kid. Leave the show and die.
So yeah, I hated Ezra, but still it was one of the best episodes
Ezra, Ahsoka, Kanan, the Inquisitors, Vader, and Maul all fighting in the ruins of what is essentially a call back to the Old Republic era. WOW! Rebels has some good episodes, but this one easily takes the cake. Not even sabercopters could ruin it.
The Siege of Lothal was a very great episode, the battle with darth vader, and the destruction of the pelta frigate, were the best scenes.
The start of season 2. With darth vader in it, I was happy.
Darth Vader really turned this one upside down.
The start of it all! Introducing all six members of the ghost crew, Kanan, Hera, Zeb, Chopper, Sabine, and Ezra.
Introducing Sass-ra Bridger. May the sass be with you. (and his amazing hair)
Such a great start to an amazing show.
I don't know how to describe this episode! It was great with some excellent character development. And... Yoda was in it!
Really strong, with great lightsaber action.
An exiting episode introducing the two main antagonists of season two. The seventh sister and the fifth brother. A real great episode!
Kind of scary, but still very solid.
When I saw a Young Princess Leia walk onto the screen I got a instant jabba the hut size erection. The Star Wars Geek in me had a instantaneous orgasm of Galactic Intensity.
The episode where the legendary Princess Leia appears as a bossy teenager. The characters made a daring escape while bossy Leia does what her family does best- complain.
Teaming up with Princess Leia was really fun to watch.
An episode that showed how truly amazing Ezra is at escaping, and without harming anyone! And it introduced a hardly used weapon, a gravity pull that can pull a ship out of hyperspace!
It was engaging, action packed and purposeful, however it had its cringy moments such as Sato's ''he's got this''. If Rex hadn't let himself be captured so easily this would be in the top five of best episodes.
Lots of grat action. I love any episode with Rex. Also shows Ezra is becoming very OP.
The rebels finally find a base! But the weird spider things might prevent them from having it... Also, the true love between Hera and Kanan developes.
No question. It's the best one yet. It's focused, well-paced, emotional and character-driven.
This episode is just amazing and it has much history and feelings in it.
Come on, you know why
One of the best the series offers. Written by Splinter of the minds and frequent Star Wars comic book author Alan Dean Foster, this one shows how great the show can be in the hands of s SERIOUS STAR WARS WRITTER/FAN
Okay why isn't this up there. This is definitely one of the best episodes of the series, right there with Twilight of the Apprentice and Trials of the Darksaber.
Best Thrawn moments of the season. Top notch.
Cool to see the empire win for once
Easily the best
People say the lightsaber fight between Maul and Obi-Wan was too short and really disappointing, but it was the perfect way to end the legendary sith lord. I admit, I too was upset of the short fight, but the more I thought about it, the more I really liked it. Maul and Obi-Wan were both really old at the time, so they couldn't do what they used to. Maul tried the same move on Qui-Gon that Obi-Wan predicted and cut his lightsaber in half. Perfect way to end Maul!
Perfect conclusion to Maul's arc. The symbolism in this episode was beautiful. Despite everything Maul had done to him Obi Wan still holds Maul in his arms and comforts him in his dying moments. That's a true Jedi.
This' should be much higher! Though it was over-hyped and the focus was too much on Ezra instead of Maul and Ben, I very much enjoyed this episode
Worst episode ever can't believe maul died he would easily kick obi-one's ass!
Although it wasn't the best episode, it was really interesting to see the species, that was thought to only have one more person, have a whole planet and garunteeing that Zeb is not the last.
I like Zeb, and I'm glad he finally found some of his species.
It is a throw back to the best Star Wars T.V show ever.
Clone Wars is Back!
I agree with you. Very good episode, animation was stunning.
This one was really good.. I gotta say, dang good work by Dave.
Kannan death was honourable and purposeful
Right?! Why isn’t this up there?!
A real father-daughter development between Hera and her father, the legendary clone wars twi'lek Cham Syndulla. Something cool I found was the little girl, Numa. She appears in clone wars for one episode and it was cool to see her again.
Cham Syndulla's appearance was welcomed eagerly. Very funny.
Hard to find the words to describe this, you can watch it many times and it isn't like the previous rebels episodes but reflecting on all the rebels finales it hits the mark. The duel between the inquisitor was slightly off though
Great, nonstop action. The duel between Kanan and Ezra and the Inquisitor(the good one) was the best in the entire Star Wars franchise, films included.
Stunning. Fantastic story and rescue, with a brilliant battle between Kanan Ezra and the Inquisitor. Although I wish he’d stuck around for Season 2, the Inquisitor’s death was really well done and gives me chills each time I watch it. Well done Dave Filoni + your team 👌
This episode wasn't perfect, but it definitely did a good job of showing how to defeat Thrawn. It also showed how Sabine and Ezra got closer.
Set up a great villain beautifully
Great to see Ahsoka, Vader the emperor and all the voices of the future and past
One of the best in season 1, and the first one I ever saw. It must have been good, because now I am a die hard fan!
I loved it so much! The Inquisitor doesn't disapoint.
A deep, sorrowful episode that ends on a somber note with a quiet end to the biggest question in Ezra's life- were his parents dead or alive?
It's just a fun episode and a nod to an underappreciated Star Wars character. Wedge was the only person to survive both Death Star runs in a fighter