Rebels Chat: Episode 21, Always Two There Are

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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: “Always Two There Are”.

We talk about how the episode was a giant chess (dejarik) game, the creepy and Halloween vibe to the episode, Kanan and Rex butting heads, the Seventh Sister and the Fifth Brother, the ID9 seekers, Zeb being the hero, the end scene with Kanan, and much more!

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At 124.4 MB, this episode is about 1 hour and 4 minutes long.

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Content Creator of TWG. I love everything pertaining to the 'Star Wars' animated shows! Follow me on Twitter and Instagram by searching for @BlueJaigEyes.

5 Comments on Rebels Chat: Episode 21, Always Two There Are

  1. I have to slightly disagree with saying people put their own lenses on things when watching the Seventh Sister touch Ezra. People have different life experiences that make them see media differently. For example, I went through three abusive relationships growing up. In Once Upon A Time when Zelena forced herself on Robin Hood, it angered me because I know how Robin felt in the moment. It made me mad the writers took so long to address that it wasn’t okay that it happened. For half a season, they blew it off that it was okay. Now in Rebels, I was incredibly uncomfortable watching Ezra in that situation with the Seventh Sister for the same reasons. We can’t help that out past influences how we see media. It was triggering me back to one situation I was in that was very similar to Ezra making it difficult to watch.


    • Aww, I’m sorry about that! I wish I could take that back now. Personally, I didn’t see anything sexual and my comments were more of a reaction to someone else’s comment about it being sexual. That’s the point I was trying to get across, but I poorly addressed it. Thanks for sharing that, though. Now I know better.


      • No, no, no! Don’t take it that way! I was more trying to explain why people see media differently than others! Different people’s past influence how they see media and influence their reactions. I didn’t see the Seventh Sister as being sexual either, but it just triggered me at a time where I was trapped (to put it in a nice way). That’s what I was more trying to get across.


  2. I haven’t listened to the episode yet (saving for my commute tomorrow). When Rex and Kanan argued I thought “I bet the wookie gunner ladies will have a lot to say about this!”


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