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Rebels Chat: Episode 11, Idiot’s Array

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Welcome to The Wookiee Gunner’s Rebels Chat, a family-friendly podcast, where Johnamarie and Maria share impressions, reactions, and favorite moments of the latest Star Wars Rebels episode: “Idiot’s Array”.

We talk about Lando Calrissian’s character, Ezra’s crush on Sabine and Sabine’s response towards him, Hera’s brilliant role in the episode, Ezra’s lightsaber and his good nature, Chopper’s interactions towards the team and his ultimate loyalty, the implications of having Lando in the series, and more!

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At 46.6 MB, this episode is 48:25 minutes long.

You can also listen to this episode over at Audiomack or download (right-click and save) it to your computer.

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Content creator of The Wookiee Gunner and Geeky Bubble. Contributing writer of Fangirl Next Door and Fashioned for the Geek. Podcasts: @RebelsChat, @GalacticFashion, @Team_Kanan, and @StarScavengers. You can also follow me on Twitter and Instagram.

6 Comments on Rebels Chat: Episode 11, Idiot’s Array

  1. Well done. It was a fun episode :)

  2. I’m the same way. I like cartoons more than actual movies. I never really got that interested in the sequel trilogy but I loved the original trilogy but for the Clone Wars and Rebels I was like all woohoo and stuff. I get more excited and invest more into cartoons than movies

    • Also, while I was listening to your podcast, I heard you say Ezra doesn’t kill and that it is not him, which I agree with, but now he has a lightsaber. What I’m getting at is what will Ezra’s reaction be when he does kill someone. Lightsabers deflect bullets which could bounce back and kill a stormtrooper, and I want to see his reaction. Also, I also wanted to like give Ezra a bro hug after Sabine’s short answer when he said he appreciated her. I still think Ezra will eventually get Sabine to warm up to him

    • Exactly! I’m totally into the animated shows more. Obviously, the dynamics are different. You get to see relationships and characters develop in shows, whereas in movies, things are faster and those kinds of details are brushed aside. Also, very sorry for my late reply!

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