So we finally get to see what happens to Maul when he is 'reunited' with Obi Wan Kenobi.
I was disappointed this was only a single episode as it seemed they would have to cram a story we've been waiting for since the beginning of this season into 22 minutes. Last seasons finale was a feature length double episode. But I guess Ben/Maul isn't as important as Vader/Ahsoka.
I say cram but not a lot actually happens and the confrontation is very short lived.
Very much of anticlimax but what we did get was amazing.
Stephen Stanton as (Alex Guinness) Obi Wan made me feel like I was watching A New Hope. It really bridged Clone wars Kenobi to the Ben Kenobi we love in Star Wars. Obi Wan's various lightsaber forms merged into the baseball stance used in 'The Force Awakens'.
We find Maul in the desert, lost, trying to find Kenobi. He soon shows his tactical genius to call Kenobi out by calling on Ezra.
Meanwhile it seems the Rebels security is as tight as the Empires as another ship is 'stolen' from under their noses. Aren't these ships ever locked?
Nice to see Sand people for no reason but to destroy and attack. They always get a bad wrap.
Ezra almost dies in the desert until Obi Wan turns up and knows all about him, down to his name. His hut must have Wi-Fi.
Kenobi tells Ezra to go and he does without an argument, would he if Kanan had told him?
Hopefully he's grown up and he does seem to realise who his friends are. But then again he did learn this in episode 2.
Maul seemed to die very easily, maybe he wanted to end his story? He doesn't seemed to of accomplished much in his extra lives.
So Luke is the chosen one. Finally Canon, no more discussions? (Maybe not, check Marc Gs. piece)
I did enjoy 'Twin Suns' as it did tie up at least one loose end and could of been a good end to Rebels. We could of had a new show with some of the same characters. But I trust Dave Filoni.
Thank you for your time