Obi-Wan Kenobi’s final episode, which debuted on Disney+ on June 22, featured a confrontation between Obi-Wan (Ewan McGregor) and Anakin Skywalker, an old friend and protégé (Hayden Christiansen).
Obi-Wan didn’t kill Anakin after defeating him because he recognized his old companion had long since vanished, but instead chose to go. Obi-journey Wan’s became one of acceptance as a result of this deed, and it culminated with him coming to grips with the fact that he was no longer able to assist his friend.
Even though the most recent episode missed some of the previous episodes’ energy, it was still filled with suspense and thrills. Here, we examine the episode’s events and discuss how it ended.
Obi-Wan Kenobi’s season finale
Obi-Wan A recurring motif throughout the entire series has been Kenobi’s unresolved remorse. He has repeatedly held himself accountable for allowing his comrade Anakin to join the dark side. He also took responsibility for Darth Vader’s ascent. In order to get some closure for himself, Vader also made the decision to look for Obi-Wan.
The Path starship was being pursued by the Empire to start the finale after a near escape in the last episode. Obi-Wan made the decision to play the hero and direct the Empire’s onslaught towards himself as the likelihood of survival started to dwindle. Vader would pursue him, as he had accurately expected.
He assigned Haja (Kumail Nanjiani) to take care of Princess Leia’s (Vivien Lyra Blair) responsibilities before going to face Vader. The lightsabers of Vader and Obi-Wan were drawn shortly after that.
Obi-Wan able to let go of his remorse in the Obi-Wan Kenobi movie’s concluding scene
Despite the fact that Darth Vader appeared to be leagues above Obi-Wan during the opening exchanges of the fight, Obi-Wan soon took control of the situation. The Jedi master’s successful attempt to bring Vader to his knees was made possible by excellent use of the force and great lightsaber technique.
Even a section of Vader’s mask was removed by him. But he recognized his pal was long gone when Obi-Wan addressed him as Anakin.
Vader went on to say that he—and not Obi-Wan—was the one who killed Anakin.
Obi-Wan was able to let go of the guilt he had been carrying around for so long when he realized Anakin was totally gone. After overcoming Vader, he turned around and left since he lacked the willpower to murder his old friend. Obi-Wan eventually came to terms with the fact that he couldn’t save Vader, and his journey turned into one of acceptance.
As a result of his acceptance, he was able to see Qui Gon’s (Liam Neeson) force ghost, who informed him that he had always been present but that Obi-Wan had been unable to feel it. At the episode’s last minutes, Obi-Wan also made himself at home in Tattoine’s last house, where Luke would eventually meet him.
Obi-Wan Kenobi’s final episode is currently available for streaming on Disney+.