On June 22, 2022, Disney+ showed the last episode of Obi-Wan Kenobi. Throughout its six episodes, Deborah Chow’s miniseries has lived up to the enormous expectations that were set for it. Even though the ending was slower and had less action, it did what it needed to do without going too far.
Obi-Wan Kenobi (Ewan McGregor) and Darth Vader/Anakin Skywalker had a big fight in this episode (Hayden Christiansen). Even though the battle was a big part of the plot, Reva’s (Moses Ingram) determination and subsequent change of heart gave the story the depth and cyclical ending it needed.
With its great battles and chases, the ending did a great job of bringing back the classic nostalgia of the first three Star Wars movies.
By reading on, you can find out more about the end of Obi-Wan Kenobi’s story.
Episode 6 of the Obi-Wan Kenobi saga provides a satisfying, if not nerve-wracking, conclusion to the series.
Despite its lack of urgency compared to earlier episodes, the finale’s subtleties helped make it stand out. It had its moments of tension, but on the whole, it was more clever and less rough around the edges than its predecessor.
A wounded Reva (Moses Ingram) and Luke Skywalker (Darth Vader) were pursuing the Path after Part V. The tale started where Part V left off.
Despite the previous episode’s revelation that Reva had genuine intentions, she still saw Luke as a danger. She also saw it as a means of retribution against Darth Vader. While Owen (Joel Edgerton) struggled to protect Luke, this section of the tale was the most suspenseful.
On the other hand, Obi-Wan decided to use himself as bait to lure the Empire away from the Path spacecraft, setting up a showdown between him and Vader. An excellent Vivien Lyra Blair matched stride for stride with the old actor as he said his sad farewell.
The battle between Obi-Wan and Vader is well-staged and photographed. As with the previous trilogy’s combat scenes, this one featured all of those components, plus the brilliance of new technological breakthroughs. Red and blue lights against a black backdrop made the battle visually stunning and physically terrible.
Obi-Wan emerged victorious from the conflict, having come to terms with the fact that his old buddy Anakin had perished. He was able to let go of his shame as a result of this change of perspective. Then, he left the scene, unable to bring himself to murder his old buddy.
Reva cornered Luke, but she was unable to murder him. Reva demonstrated that she was superior to Vader and that it was never too late to end the cycle by defeating him in the last battle. Finally, Reva could come to terms with her feelings and go on.
At the very conclusion of the story, where have all of the characters gone?
Obi-Wan Kenobi met Princess Leia at the end of the story in Aldeeran, where she had safely returned. Leia and Luke are also safe in their homes, and there doesn’t seem to be a threat to them right now.
At the end of the last episode, Obi-Wan moved into his final home, where he met Qui-spirit. Gon’s (Liam Neeson).
This could be because Obi-Wan no longer had to worry about his actions.
The show ended Obi-Wan Kenobi’s trip from the end of the prequel trilogy to the start of the original trilogy.
The best of Star Wars was shown in the way it was made and ended. Even though there hasn’t been talked of a second season yet, it would make sense for the channel to bring the show back for another instalment, given how well this season has done.
On Disney+, you can now watch the last episode of Obi-Wan Kenobi.