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Star Wars Rebels Review – Season 4 Episode 13 “A World Between Worlds”



Two new episodes of ‘Star Wars Rebels’ dropped tonight on Disney XD with the 13th episode of the season entitled “A World Between Worlds”. The series featuring the voices of Freddie Prinze Jr., Taylor Gray, Vanessa Marshall, Tiya Sircar and Steve Blum is wrapping up its final season in two-episode bursts. Tonight’s episode highlights that while the other rebels engage the Imperial forces outside the Jedi Temple, Ezra gains access inside and experiences a stunning revelation.

Kristian Harloff and Perri Nemiroff are here to break down the episode and give you their thoughts on the events and storylines. They take a look at how the events of the previous episode laid the groundwork for this episode and how it will affect the final season going forward. Let us know what you thought of the episode and what Kristian and Perri had to say about it in the Comments section below. Remember to Like and Share this video on your social media and to Subscribe to the channel.

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  1. lol this was beyond awful. Timetravel bullshit to save Ashoka while completely butchering any logic on saving Kanan. Ezra could have easly forced pulled him out after Kanan forced pushed the ship and batabing. He is also saved in this bullshit dimension. Let alone Palpatine knowing about this shit now as canon. How the fuck vader feels when ashoka just fucking disappears? Just fucking horrendous. This was literally the last bastion of bullshit someone with common sense and enjoyed SW has. RIP.

  2. Do you think it is possible that The Emperor saw certain things in those "time portal" places? Because he is pretty adamant on Episode 6 (Return of the Jedi) that everything is happening as he has foreseen it.

  3. There is fucking time travel in Star Wars? This portal shit has been done to death. To hell with Star Wars. It didn't come toppling down but it will eventually.

  4. I think Ahsoka and Ezra will be put on ice via the World between worlds and return in a future (and I mean FUTURE!!) star wars series, possible in an Ep. 7, 8 or 9 present, pre or post timeline.

  5. Great episode! However, it doesn't make sense that Asokha couldn't go back with Ezra. I know it ties into that fleeting image of her at the end of the season 2 finale, but look at the decision in the between worlds space. She could have gone back with Ezra and there would have been no need for her to hide out until he saved her to prevent changing time. She would have returned after every event that had occurred since her fight with Vader. Basic time travel theory. You're jumping from one point in time to another without experiencing (or affecting) the events between.

  6. It made so much sense because the lingering question of "How did Vader not sense she was still alive?" is completely answered.

  7. the fact that Ezra said come find me is evidence that the question of where has she been for 2 years will be answered!

  8. This episode as a whole may be the greatest Star Wars achievement of the entire legacy.   Dave Filoni just seamlessly attached every element of the force that we've basically ever seen or been told in all the medium ever.  The force connects everything, the force is timeless and without space.  This was genius…. Peri nailed it… this is different level stuff!   Now I have to go watch the Father, Son, Daughter episodes!

  9. Why are we assuming Ahsoka went to the past? Why not the future? I think "the place" she went to, is a more curious conversation.

  10. I don't think she was hiding for two years, especially since she could've simply tell Ezra what to do once he enters the portal.

  11. Where has she been for 2 years? Well she didn’t even exist, since she got transported from the season 2 finale straight to this episode! Even in season 2, she got pulled out by season-4 Ezra.

  12. Just finished this Episode & wow!! i totally agree with Kristian,Dave Filoni is the chosen one,Give the man the chair….

  13. Arrival is not about time travel. It’s about free will versus determinism. Wait what is this video about?

  14. If you are someone who hated the that the prequels gave you midiclorians but liked this crazy magical stuff, then you are a huge hypocrite.

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