I can't believe we don't have an official discussion thread for my boy yet! Obi-Wan is definitely taking a step back from the spotlight in TCW, at least compared to the PT, where you could argue he was more of a main character than Anakin. While his characterization seemed a bit off at times in Season 1, I think they've really started to nail it in Season 2. I'm looking forward to the episode that Dave & Henry talked about in their conversation with TFN last year: TFN: Your show clearly draws a lot of inspiration from the Original Trilogy. What is the trick to capturing the OT?s ?magic?? Henry: It?s a secret recipe. Star Wars brew, 4 cups swashbuckling characters, teaspoon of weird aliens, 8 ounces of strange creatures, 2 cups of spaceships, tablespoon of lightsabers, preferably ?on?, stir in a ?dash? of the mystical \ magical nature of the Force, sift in some comedy to taste, blend well with a timeless, yet fresh fairytale theme that everybody can grab onto. Bake for 9 months to a year, garnish with Kevin Kiner and Matt Wood and viola! Eat your heart out, Disney Channel. Dave: I think it is nearly impossible to capture the magic of those old films, though we attempt to do so on a daily basis. I feel we have a couple that come close now, and that?s definitely due to George?s direct involvement. They have a magic to them, funny but adventurous, a little dark. One in particular with Obi Wan as the focus comes to mind, Henry knows the one I mean. Henry: That episode is going to blow fan?s minds with the (DELETED), and the (DELETED). I never thought George would let us (DELETED).