In the latest episode of Star Wars Rebels “Always Two There Are”, Ezra, Zeb, and Sabine travel towards an abandoned medical facility (That was once used during The Clone Wars) and search for medical supplies inside.
At the beginning of the episode, we see Rex and Kanan having a little attention with each other. Kanan for the most part, since he still remembers his master’s fate during Order 66 with the Clones behind the whole thing. Ezra not being able to take the arguing between the two, assigns himself to Zeb and Sabine’s mission to the medical facility. Going more into the episode, Chopper restores power to the whole outpost, then Zeb, Sabine, and Ezra go out for their scavenger hunt-like quest for the medical supplies. Taking a short cut through the vent to get to the supplies faster once they hear Chopper is in trouble, and poor Zeb gets stuck as you can later see just his legs hanging down.
Sabine and Ezra continue on their own to go see what Chopper was calling about. In result Sabine and Ezra discover a probe droid and not too far behind, a new Inquisitor who goes by the name The Seventh Sister. The Seventh Sister, who is voiced by Sarah Michelle Gellar, tries to capture both Sabine and Ezra for information on Ahsoka Tano and the whereabouts of the rest of the Rebels. The two began to run away trying to escape from this Inquisitor, then the Seventh Sister held back Ezra with the force, who used his lightsaber to close the door so Sabine could get away. The Seventh Sister’s interrogation with Ezra covers some topics he refused to answer. Resisting all the pain and force that she is throwing towards him. Just like a Jedi knows how to resist pain and the influence of giving up important information. Information like where the Inquisitor could find Ahsoka Tano.
As we saw in the last episode of the second season, we see the other Inquisitor, the Fifth Brother, voiced by Philip Anthony-Rodriguez, is sent by Vader and later seen again as he joins in the quest with the Seventh Sister, putting together a chilling, dark, suspenseful, and over all enjoyable episode to watch. Now to be respectful to those who haven’t seen the episode, the rest of this review will be spoiler free. May the Force be with You!