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‘Rebels’ Recap: Relics of the Old Republic & Always Two There Are

Behind on your Star Wars Rebels episodes? Disney XD aired Relics of the Old Republic (Season 2, Episode 2) on October 21, 2015 and Always Two There Are (Season 2, Episode 3) on October 28, 2015. To get you all caught up, GeekGirl Lacey and I recapped and reviewed what happened the last time we saw our favorite animated Rebels.

Relics of the Old Republic

Lacey and I dished on what it takes to earn someone’s trust, gushed over one character’s surprising change of heart, and struggled to be as eloquent as Ahsoka Tano, who is voiced by the lovely Ashley Eckstein (who we interviewed at Star Wars Celebration back in April, by the way)! View our full recap below:

Always Two There Are

Lacey and I got goosebumps talking about the creepiest episode to date (which appropriately aired the week of Halloween). We shuddered thinking about what might happen to our dearest Rebels now that not one, but two Inquisitors have it in for them! Watch our full review below:

What did YOU think GeekGirl World? Let us know in the comments section!

Be sure to catch Star Wars Rebels Wednesday nights at 9:30 pm on Disney XD!

Want more Rebels Recaps? Check out our review for Season 2 Episode 1, The Lost Commanders.

 

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‘Star Wars Rebels’ Recap: The Lost Commanders

Disney XD’s Star Wars Rebels aired season 2 episode 1, titled The Lost Commanders, on October 14, 2015. In preparation for this week’s new episode, GeekGirl Lacey and I recapped and reviewed what happened the last time we saw our favorite animated Rebels.

We discussed the sensation of loners not actually wanting to be alone, whether or not we would ever trust a clone, and gave a shout out to Star Wars: Kanan: The Last Padawan by Greg Weisman, who we interviewed earlier this year.

Something from our recap that ironically ended up on the chopping room floor was our description of Chopper, the crew of the Ghost’s droid. Chopper reminds me of Lacey because he is strong-willed, sassy, a bit temperamental, and extraordinarily loyal. One thing I love about Star Wars Rebels is how relateable the characters are, whether you’re a child or an adult (or an alien from a galaxy far, far away). It makes me genuinely root for the characters, and leaves me caring what’s going to happen next!

What did YOU think GeekGirl World? Let us know in the comments section!

Be sure to catch Star Wars Rebels Wednesday nights at 9:30 pm on Disney XD!

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