I love how the two reckless ones who almost get themselves trapped in the cave with their rash actions are the human and the near-human, while the Rodian, Ithorian, Wookiee and Nautolan all get out in time with relatively little fuss. It seems humans aren't the best-suited for the Jedi way by default, being beaten here by a species which George Lucas himself once banned from being portrayed in Jedi roles. That's a humiliating blow to Humanocentricism right there. LFA can make it up to humanity by diversifying the bizarrely homogenous background humans in crowd scenes. This was a very good episode. Compared to where S4 was at this point (either Shadow Warrior or one of the droid episodes), S5 is going strong. All the episodes up to now have been fairly consistently decent, with no duds and only a few disappointments. The characters were all likeable, moreso than Steela was in A War On Two Fronts, and their internal group dynamic is intriguing. Even swaggering mini-Saw (Petro) showed some positive character development. They're at once young kids and bona fide Jedi, and they perhaps show this contrast and combination better than S1's Ahsoka did up to Storm Over Ryloth.