Synopsis: Ahsoka Tano and the Martez sisters find themselves the prisoners of The Pyke.
After having failed to make good on their mission to deliver the Spice to the Pykes. Ahsoka, Raffa, and Trace find themselves imprisoned and tortured for the location of the Spice. Seeing her opportunity for escape Trace makes a run for it, which creates the perfect distraction for Ahsoka to use the Force in order to break Raffa out, but escaping proves to be a little difficult for the group to accomplish as they run into roadblocks at every turn.
Ashley Eckstein delivers once again as Ahsoka who gets some wonderful scenes to work with as she continues to try and get through to Raffa about the welfare of her younger sister Trace. Of course, Trace does not appreciate the input of what she sees as an outsider and a busy body, but begrudgingly allows Ahsoka some rope in order to help with the escape. Brigitte Kali Canales continues to be great as Trace who like most youngsters has their own idealized version of what their life should be like. I really enjoyed the scene of Ahsoka and Trace in the cell together waiting for Raffa to return from her torture.
This storyline with Ahsoka and the Martez sisters continues to evolve and gives us some interesting backstory about why Raffa hates the Jedi and also gives Ahsoka some first-hand knowledge of some of the collateral damage that the Jedi leave behind in their various battles against their enemies and how it affects innocent bystanders and families. The scene where Trace tells Ahsoka about how her mother and father died was really well written and acted out and adds some interesting layers to the story as things move forward.
By the close of the episode. We are back where we began, but there is some hope because a few Mandalorians happens to be in town.
- Voice Acting9.8
- Incidental Music9.6