As a whole, I enjoyed the episode. I liked seeing Ahsoka on her own, acting as an advisor to the rebels. Funny how that works - rebels to some, patriots to the fighters themselves, terrorists to those the rebels fight against. As always in Star Wars, the smaller group somehow finds a way to win the day - the underdog always seems to win in Star Wars. It will be interesting to see where the next episode takes us. Will the old king push for dethroning the new king and, if he does, will he attempt to have him executed to return the favor? The side love story between the leaders of the rebellion is somewhat weird, don't you think. And I quote, "Stop looking at me like that." Like what. To me, Lux looked like an awkward wounded puppy instead of someone in love. Think towards the looks between Anakin and Padme - now that is romance.