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    18:46, March 17, 2018

    Looking for information on a new Imperial weapon, Ezra and Kanan break into an Imperial factory on Lothal. However, they have to trust an enemy to escape from a building that is about to be locked down.


    What did everyone think of the ninth episode of the third season of Star Wars Rebels?

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    • That was an amazing episode!

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    • Thaaaaaat's more like it. Finally, we get Thrawn back on his feet and some actual consequences for the rebels. I figured the Inside Man would be Kallus, but I'm glad that he's not outright defecting, at least not yet. I mean, he obviously learned from what happened when Minister Tua tried that, so he's biding his time and feeding the rebels little tidbits of intel here and there so that if/when he decides to desert the Empire, he'll have a clear way out. I like how the writers are handling that.

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    • Finally! Rebels is picking up again

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    • so Agent Kallus is a Fulcrum agent.

      I thought he would be

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    • I always had a feeling Kallus would have a change of heart.

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    • Ezra "making it look convincing" - heh heh heh :D

      Wonder how long Kallus's double agent phase is going to last. I suppose he would defect completely before the show is over.

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    • But the nicest surprise of all - TIE Defender blueprints!

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    • Knowing Thrawn, it's only a mteer of time before he discovers Kallus's defection, if he doesn't suspect him already, which I think he secretly does.

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    • I'm starting to find Thrawn disturbing. He is like an enemy the Rebellion has never faced before, and may not stand a chance against him. He knows his strategy and enemies very well. He exposed the saboteur who rigged that walker like he already knew. I dread to think of the out come in the final battle between Thrawn and the Rebellion.

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    • What I find a little bad is that before they knew Kallus was Fulcrum, they trusted their informant on the defectors and Mykapo. But now that they know it's him, they're probably going to doubt every intil "Fulcrum" sends them.

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    • Finally an exciting episode! Thrawn was brilliantly evil!

      Although, I somehow knew Kallus was the new Fulcrum.

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    • When Hera said that Kallus has another agenda, it just made me deslike her even more. She is by far my least favorite character on Rebels.

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    • Eh, sort of good. But what's with that Phoenix Squadron pilot always in the background?

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    • Thrawn was actually kind of evil in this episode. And pretty scary!

      Yeah, this episode was exciting indeed. The Wyncabubu Job felt more like a filler episode. I've never been a big fan of plots centered around Hondo.

      Next episode is going to be even more epic. And it comes out on one of my favorite days in the year - December 10 :)

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    • Yeah I know.

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    • We finally saw Thrawn eviless

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    • Kind of hoped they'd pace Kallus' reveal as Fulcrum a bit (just enough to make it more believable that he'd put thought into becoming a mole) but this episode was pretty darn perfect. Plus, who can complain when the Grand Admiral makes an appearance? :)

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    • Did anyone else think Death Star when they heard "secret weapon?"

      I mean the Tie Defender is cool and all but I was hoping they would at least tease something.

      Personally I thought it would have been cool if instead of the secret weapon being a Tie Defender it was a Tie Striker before production on the ship began.

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    • Yeah, I as well assumed the Death Star.

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    • Do you think thrawn would even know about the death star

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    • After seeing this episode, I'm totally calling that Thrawn knows Agent Kallus is the "mole". I mean, let's face it people, Grand Admiral Thrawn is no fool. He's smart enough to quickly identify a double-agent when he sees him, so he most definitely knows that their spy is Kallus.

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    • ObiWan6251sALT wrote: After seeing this episode, I'm totally calling that Thrawn knows Agent Kallus is the "mole". I mean, let's face it people, Grand Admiral Thrawn is no fool. He's smart enough to quickly identify a double-agent when he sees him, so he most definitely knows that their spy is Kallus.

      Yep. When he talks about turning the mole from "an obstacle into an asset," that plan is already underway.

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    • oh my gosh, YES agent Kallus!!

      • Fangirls like crazy*

      I've been waiting for this!!

      but, now he's in trouble.

      Wonder how he'll get outta this...

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