Picking up the pieces, Star Wars Rebels’ Ghost crew defends Jedi Temple secrets

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Monday is the penultimate night of Star Wars Rebels’ fourth and final season, as the Ghost crew — still reeling in grief after a tragic and untimely loss — regroups and unites around a new mission: protecting the secrets of Lothal’s lost Jedi Temple.

It’s the site of Kanan’s “knighting” as a Jedi at the hands of a spectral former Coruscant temple guard-turned-evil-Inquisitor, and Ezra’s long-distance “Forcetime” communion with Master Yoda — so whatever they encounter there now is bound to hold significant meaning, to say the least.

In “Wolves and a Door,” Ezra leads the Ghost crew back to the Jedi Temple on Lothal where they discover that the Empire has diabolical plans for the powerful secrets it holds.

In “A World Between Worlds,” while the other rebels engage the Imperial forces outside the Jedi Temple, Ezra gains access inside and experiences a stunning revelation.

The two new “Star Wars Rebels” episodes will also be available on the DisneyNOW site and app at 10 p.m. Eastern, after they air on Disney XD. Watch a clip above and check out some tantalizing stills from the block below.

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