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‘Star Wars Rebels’ Final Viewing Schedule and Episode Titles

It’s hard to believe we’re down to the last 7 episodes of the season. It felt like yesterday when I took a seat at the first Star Wars Rebels panel in New York Comic Con back in October 2013. That’s where Lucasfilm’s Pablo Hidalgo took to the stage and unveiled the Grand Inquisitor.

It’s been a long road since then for the Ghost crew, and unfortunately for them (and for the audience), things are about to get more complicated, especially when characters like Thrawn and Emperor Palpatine are part of the mix.

The following is a list of episode titles provided by Lucasfilm, while the descriptions came from a variety of reliable sources, such as Zap 2it and Jedi-Bibliothek.

Episode 410: “Jedi Night”
Air date: Monday, February 19

The Ghost crew infiltrates the Imperial headquarters on Lothal to save one of their own.

Episode 411: “DUME”
Air date: Monday, February 19

Reeling from a devastating loss, the Ghost crew rallies together to find a new purpose and resolve.

Episode 412: “Wolves and a Door”
Air date: Monday, February 26

Ezra and the Ghost crew learn the Empire has plans for the Jedi Temple on Lothal.

Episode 413: “A World Between Worlds”
Air date: Monday, February 26

While the other rebels engage the Imperial forces outside the Jedi temple, Ezra gains access inside and experiences a revelation.

Episode 414: “A Fool’s Hope”
Air date: Monday, March 5

No description yet.

Episode 415-416: “Family Reunion – and Farewell”
Air date: Monday, March 5

No description yet.

The episode entitled “A Fool’s Hope” immediately brings to mind Obi-Wan Kenobi’s famous line, “Who’s the more foolish? The fool, or the fool who follows him?” I can’t help but think that the title is referring to Ezra. Maybe he is a fool to believe that he and his team could save Lothal. Still, that doesn’t stop him from having the hope that someone else could come along and finish what they started. Or is Palpatine the fool for believing that he could control everyone and everything in the galaxy? Either way, I’m excited to find out.

“Family Reunion – and Farewell” is an interesting title because it implies that the Ghost crew, a group comprised of different people who became a family over the years, will have some sort of reunion after the smoke clears. As for the farewell part, it could hold two meanings: (1) Members of the crew say farewell to each other and go their separate ways, and (2) it’s a farewell to the audience.

Along with the mid-season four trailer and episode titles, Lucasfilm also released the key art for the final half of the season. It was designed by none other than director and executive producer Dave Filoni.

The poster that debuted prior to the start of season four featured the Ghost crew staring away from the devastation on Lothal, but this one has them looking out at the chaos and destruction. Capital City looks like it’s going to be in ruin for years and years to come, but from the ashes new life and reconstruction can spring up once again. Here’s hoping the Empire is nowhere near when it does.

What are your thoughts regarding the titles and episode descriptions? Share them in the comments below.

The remaining episodes of Star Wars Rebels will air on Monday, February 19, at 9PM EST on Disney XD, and they will be released on the DisneyNOW App at 10PM EST.


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3 comments on “‘Star Wars Rebels’ Final Viewing Schedule and Episode Titles

  1. I really hope the “devastating loss” they’re reeling from in “Dume” is the failed attack on Lothal, and not someone’s death.

  2. I have not had any sort of television since September 2013 but I’m still quite amazed that this is the first I have heard of 410+ episodes of anything beginning with “Star Wars.” I shall endeavor to discover what I have been missing.

  3. I do think the double episode format works well for Rebels. Of course, I am a fan, but I do think this allows the story to build, and the audience to get immersed in the event.
    There were so many great episodes, and the themes they covered ranged from whimsical to dead serious.
    I know I’m going to miss Rebels. I have really enjoyed where the Rebels team brought back characters from the Clone Wars, and man, the Hammerhead Corvette was just masterful. I trust the Rebels team to deliver a worthy finale’.
    Still, I really hate that Rebels has to end. I truthfully have loved it more than any movie, until TLJ. I don’t know what Dave Filoni’s new project will be, but I do hope that animation of this caliber will continue.
    I expect we will have a wild ride, and the final triple episode will hopefully lead to a new beginning.

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