Ezra and Kanan infiltrate an Imperial factory on Lothal to investigate the production of a new weapon. With the help of Ryder, they have to trust an enemy to escape a lockdown.

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Ezra Bridger (voice)
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Hera Syndulla / Marida Sumar (voice)
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Sabine Wren (voice)
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Agent Kallus (voice)
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AT-AT Pilot #1 (voice)
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Governor Pryce (voice)
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Yogar Lyste / Morad Sumar (voice)
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Ezra and Kanan infiltrate an Imperial factory on Lothal to investigate the production of a new weapon. With the help of Ryder, they have to trust an enemy to escape a lockdown.

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It was established in a previous episode this season that Falcrum isn't one person, but anybody who uses the name "Fulcrum", so Sabine's comment about Kallus being Fulcrum, isn't correct -- he's a Fulcrum. See more »

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Kanan Jarrus: Ezra!
[after Ezra Force throws Kallus through a tactical glass paine, after Kallus says it's time to make it convincing]
Ezra Bridger: What? That is convincing.
Kanan Jarrus: Yeah, but I was gonna do it
Ezra Bridger: Well, if he's one of us now, you'll get your chance.
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A hint of better things to come?
5 December 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Plot; Kanan and Ezra break into an Imperial factory on Lothal where they are eventually trapped before receiving help from an unlikely source.

So far S3--particularly the last few episodes--seems to be spinning its wheels, rehashing and repeating instead of building, and elements like Ezra's flirtation with the dark side and Kanan, well, at all, have been set aside. Here Kanan is once again part of the action, and though there isn't any character development here for either he or Ezra, there's a twist with a lot of future implications that helps to lift the episode up a notch. And Admiral Thrawn, heretofore wasted IMO, begins to assert himself in a way that hints he's about to open up a can of whup-(shut your mouth) on our heroes.


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