Ahsoka, a new Star Wars universe series covering the life of Ahsoka, continues to give us more material from the SWU, with great acting, amazing special effects, and lots of deep dialogue that covers the Jedi lore, the history of Star Wars’s characters in regards to the force, the show continues to give us more from Ahsoka Tano, reprised by Rosario Dawson, a character she first performed during The Mandalorian.
As the galaxy continues to try to reshape its political status after the fall of the Galactic Empire, some resistance is expected, and as we’ll see in the recap, Ahsoka has some feelings concerning the old order, the new ways, and the current status quo.
Ahsoka Episode 3 Recap
We begin our episode with Sabine and Ahsoka training in the T6 Jedi Starfighter; with some coaching from Huyang, Ahsoka hones her combat skills. As for Sabine, she’s training in the Force, but that comes under scrutiny because, as we all know, in the Star Wars universe, the amount of influence a character has with the Force is palpable to others.
Ahsoka emphasizes how important it is to train the mind and body to become whole, and she encourages Sabine to keep her mind open and follow her intuition. While this approach might seem bland, it is evident that in the Star Wars universe, each Force-sensitive character has a unique relationship and strength with that entity.
Ahsoka Episode 4 Ending Explained
Ahsoka explains the dangers of the Dark Side; as we all know from Master Yoda, anger and frustration are the path to the Dark Side, and as Ahsoka and Sabine train, Sabine has a lot of trouble harnessing the Force in her way, this is a highlight between characters that have a high dominion of the force (like Anakin) and her. Ahsoka further explains the dangers of the Dark Side; one can like her explanation of how emotionality can make a character become prey to the Sith’s machinations.
We then move to a dialogue that covers the New Republic’s political status, where Hera Syndulla talks to Mon Mothma and other politicians about the Imperial threat under Thrawn’s leadership. As for Ahsoka’s son, Jason Syndulla, he wants to become a Jedi, and this is a major character development moment because it sets the potential return of Jedi training.
Ahsoka Episode 4 Release Date
Ahsoka Episode 4 will be released by Disney Plus on 5 September 2023 at 21:00 hrs Eastern Time, United States. Each episode lasts around one hour. In the following list, you’ll find the regional time release schedules for this program.
- Pacific Time (PT), United States: 18:00 hrs
- Mountain Time (MT), United States: 19:00 hrs
- Central Time (CT), United States: 20:00 hrs
- Central European Time (CET): 03:00 hrs (next day)
- Sydney Time: 11:00 hrs (next day)
- Melbourne Time: 11:00 hrs (next day)
- Singapore Time (SGT): 09:00 hrs (next day)
- India Standard Time (IST): 06:30 hrs (next day)
- China Standard Time (CST): 03:00 hrs (next day)
- Japan Standard Time (JST): 04:00 hrs (next day)
Ahsoka Episode 4 Official Trailer
Ahsoka Episode Guide
Disney and LucasFilms confirmed Ahsoka’s debut season for an eight-episode run. Consult our episode guide, mark your calendar, and never miss a single moment of this story.
- Episode 1: Part One: Master and Apprentice – 22 August 2023
- Episode 2: Part Two: Toil and Trouble – 22 August 2023
- Episode 3: Part Three: Time To Fly – 29 August 2023
- Episode 4: Part Four – 5 September 2023
- Episode 5: Part Five -12 September 2023
- Episode 6: Part Six – 20 September 2023
- Episode 7: Part Seven – 27 September 2023
- Episode 8: Part Eight – 4 October 2023
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Ahsoka Episode 3 Review
This episode delves into the nature of the Force. We saw Ahsoka explaining that everyone has a connection to that entity, but not everyone has the talent and discipline to control it or to become a Jedi Knight. We see how Huyang, who knows his Jedi lore, mentions Tar Viszla, a Mandalorian Jedi, the first of his kind and the builder fo the Darksaber.
Ahsoka is conflicted; we see that from her experiences in the Clone Wars, and how she left the Order. Seeing her talk to Sabine about the fact that she doesn’t need to become a Jedi means that Ahsoka is moving past the traditional Jedi teachings.
Where To Watch Ahsoka Episodes?
Catch the latest episodes of Ahsoka at the times and dates described above. Ahsoka is a Disney Plus original production, and streams exclusively there. You will need a Disney Plus subscription to enjoy this show.
Disney+ is a globally available platform home to all things Disney, plus Marvel, National Geographic, and the Star Wars universe. It comes either as a standalone platform, or you can bundle it on top of your Amazon Prime Video subscription or bundle it with Hulu + Live TV and ESPN for $79.99. An essential subscription to Disney Plus costs $10.99.
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