Review: Ahsoka, "Part Six: Far, Far Away" | Season 1, Episode 6
We have arrived at the fireworks factory
“A long time ago…in a galaxy far, far away.”
Well, friends, the throat-clearing is at an end. The sixth episode of Ahsoka resolves the question of whether or not a trip from one galaxy to another would lead Sabine Wren to the presumed-dead Ezra Bridger, and whether or not that same trip would reveal that the feared Grand Admiral Thrawn is alive, well, and intent on regaining control. We don’t even have to wait until a cliffhanger-ish ending for each of those questions to be answered in the affirmative, while setting up a completely logical endgame in which Ahsoka has to face off against Thrawn, his Night Troopers, and whatever dark magic (or “magick,” as the closed captioning dubbed it) are offered by the Queen Mothers of Dathomir.
It’s all very straightforward and direct, as has been the case with the series leading up to this point. In some ways, I found this a more effective installment of Ahsoka, balancing its natural slow pace with some emphatic resolu…