Ok. I am curious to hear opinions on this, but I am not sure how this goes with Star Wars fans. So when "The Clone Wars" gave us weak / bad episodes or episodes that some of us thought were bad, the first "villains" to be pointed at were the writers or Lucas. I never heard somebody blame the directors of the individual episodes or arcs. Are the writers really the ones to blame if an episode is poorly received?! It is kinda different when reading comments about a movie, people tend to blame the director more than the writer / writers. The writers get away most of the times. When I read comments about how much some do not like the new Star Trek movies then I "enjoy" a lot of "Cause J. J. Abrams sucks" or something like that (I am giving this as an example cause J.J. is now in charge of the Star Wars movies). Even with some videos like "Everything wrong with X-men: The Last Stand in...", the guy in the video mostly places the blame on the director Brett Ratner and not on the writers (one of which is Simon Kinberg). If there are weak episodes in "Star Wars Rebels" then who will you point the finger at? PS: Not trying to be negative, I am curious just which is the main reason for most fans. I am excited for the show and what it will offer.