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10th Jun '17 6:34:50 PM mariofan1000
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** "Gramercy, Halberd!": Said murderer turns out to be Mother.
5th Jun '17 4:47:05 AM AlienCreator799
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** And then the ChristmasEpisode [[spoiler: a mere three weeks later ended with Stewie preventing Brian's death, and retconing it all off.]] [[WordOfGod Seth Macfarlane]] later claimed the whole thing was done for shock value, to remind all the viewers it was a show where anything could happen and likely wood. (Meaning, it was ''meant'' to be a Wham Episode with a ''huge'' Wham.)

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** And then the ChristmasEpisode [[spoiler: a mere three weeks later ended with Stewie preventing Brian's death, and retconing it all off.]] [[WordOfGod Seth Macfarlane]] later claimed the whole thing was done for shock value, to remind all the viewers it was a show where anything could happen and likely wood.would. (Meaning, it was ''meant'' to be a Wham Episode with a ''huge'' Wham.)
29th May '17 12:20:40 PM BlackSpyro2000
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* Episode 22, "Simon Says", begins with a subtle one: while it never actually confirms anything, it '''strongly''' hints towards the popular fan theory that [[spoiler:[[BigBad Hawk Moth]] is actually Adrien's father, Gabriel Agreste]].

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* ** Episode 22, "Simon Says", begins with a subtle one: while it never actually confirms anything, it '''strongly''' hints towards the popular fan theory that [[spoiler:[[BigBad Hawk Moth]] is actually Adrien's father, Gabriel Agreste]].
29th May '17 12:12:38 PM BlackSpyro2000
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** Episode 22, "Princess Fragrance", starts off slowly by introducing the existence of a mysterious "healer" who is able to cure Tikki's mysterious sickness. This initially seems downplayed, since he seems to be in the dark about what's actually going on...until the end of his scene, in which he reveals that [[spoiler:he knows Marinette is Ladybug]]. And he shows up in the endcard, just in case we didn't realize he was important.
** Episode 23, "Simon Says", has a subtle one: while it never actually confirms anything, it '''strongly''' hints towards the popular fan theory that [[spoiler:[[BigBad Hawk Moth]] is actually Adrian's father, Gabriel Agreste]].
** Episode 24, "Volpina", blows all both previous examples out of the water. [[spoiler:We (and Adrian) find out that Gabriel is researching the Miraculouses (and in fact ''has'' one- the Peacock Miraculous in his safe); we get several intriguing hints about the lore surrounding the Miraculouses (including the never-before-seen Fox Miraculous, whose existence is only now being revealed); the Akuma victim, Lila, storms off without forgiving Ladybug, with Hawk Moth ominously hinting that Ladybug and Cat Noir haven't seen the last of her; and the episode ends with Marinette going off to the same old man from Episode 22 (now revealed to be the "Great Guardian", whatever that means) to learn the secrets of the Miraculouses.]]
** And this is finally topped off with Episodes 25 and 26, "Origins": a WholeEpisodeFlashback to when Marinette and Adrian first got their Miraculouses. It gives too much new lore about the Miraculouses and Akuma to list here; suffice it to say, it shook up a LOT of headcanons.

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* Episode 22, "Simon Says", begins with a subtle one: while it never actually confirms anything, it '''strongly''' hints towards the popular fan theory that [[spoiler:[[BigBad Hawk Moth]] is actually Adrien's father, Gabriel Agreste]].
** Episode 22, 23, "Princess Fragrance", starts off continues slowly by introducing the existence of a mysterious "healer" who is able to cure Tikki's mysterious sickness. This initially seems downplayed, since he seems to be in the dark about what's actually going on...until the end of his scene, in which he reveals that [[spoiler:he knows Marinette is Ladybug]]. And he shows up in the endcard, just in case we didn't realize he was important.
** Episode 23, "Simon Says", has a subtle one: while it never actually confirms anything, it '''strongly''' hints towards the popular fan theory that [[spoiler:[[BigBad Hawk Moth]] is actually Adrian's father, Gabriel Agreste]].
** Episode 24, "Volpina", blows all both previous examples out of the water. [[spoiler:We (and Adrian) Adrien) find out that Gabriel is researching the Miraculouses (and in fact ''has'' one- the Peacock Miraculous in his safe); we get several intriguing hints about the lore surrounding the Miraculouses (including the never-before-seen Fox Miraculous, whose existence is only now being revealed); the Akuma victim, Lila, storms off without forgiving Ladybug, with Hawk Moth ominously hinting that Ladybug and Cat Noir haven't seen the last of her; and the episode ends with Marinette going off to the same old man from Episode 22 (now revealed to be the "Great Guardian", whatever that means) Guardian") to learn the secrets of the Miraculouses.]]
** And this is finally topped off with Episodes 25 and 26, "Origins": a WholeEpisodeFlashback to when Marinette and Adrian Adrien first got their Miraculouses. It gives too much new lore about the Miraculouses and Akuma to list here; suffice it to say, it shook up a LOT of headcanons.
18th May '17 1:36:04 AM mariofan1000
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** "No Good Deed": Woodhouse is revealed to be dead, and while Archer survived the previous episode, it put him in a coma. The rest of the season follows his [[AdventuresInComaland coma dream]] that he's a 1940's FilmNoir detective.

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** "No Good Deed": Woodhouse is revealed to be dead, and while Archer survived the previous episode, it put him in a coma. The rest of the season follows his [[AdventuresInComaland coma dream]] that he's a 1940's FilmNoir detective.detective, trying to investigate the murder of Woodhouse.
** "Gramercy, Halberd!": Said murderer turns out to be Mother.
10th May '17 6:17:39 AM mariofan1000
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Archer}}'':
** In the third season, the former [[TheWoobie Woobie]], Barry, is now a cyborg, and plots an elaborate revenge against [[UnsympatheticComedyProtagonist Sterling Archer.]] It's all pretty funny, until [[MoralEventHorizon Barry cruelly murders the man who may or may not be Sterling's father, right after they were reunited, and disposes of the body so he'll never be able to do a DNA test and know for sure.]]
** In the first episode of season five, the agents are caught in an attack on ISIS that turns out to be [[spoiler:a raid from the FBI, who disband ISIS for never actually being a legally sanctioned spy agency to begin with. Without jobs, the ISIS crew must now find a living in the real world, which they do by attempting, very ineptly, to sell a literal, not figurative, metric tonne of cocaine]].

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Archer}}'':
For a goofy spy comedy, ''WesternAnimation/{{Archer}}'' has a lot of these:
** In the third season, the former [[TheWoobie Woobie]], Barry, is now a cyborg, and plots an elaborate revenge against [[UnsympatheticComedyProtagonist Sterling Archer.]] It's all pretty funny, until [[MoralEventHorizon "[[Recap/ArcherS2E13DoubleTrouble Double Trouble]]": Barry cruelly murders gets turned into a cyborg and becomes DragonInChief to Jakov. Even more, he crashes Katya and Archer's wedding, and gets Katya killed in the man who may or may not be Sterling's father, right after they were reunited, and disposes process in one of the body so he'll never be able to do a DNA test and know for sure.]]
** In
the first episode real {{Tearjerker}}s of season five, the agents are caught in an attack on ISIS that turns out to be [[spoiler:a raid series.
** "[[Recap/ArcherS3E10CrossingOver Crossing Over]]": Barry usurps Jakov as head of the KGB, and subsequently murders him.
** "[[Recap/ArcherS3E11SkinGame Skin Game]]": Katya is revived as a {{cyborg}}, but runs away with Barry.
** "Viscous Coupling": Barry is rescued
from the FBI, who space station, thanks to Katya manipulating Archer, while Katya has become the head of the KGB.
** "Sea Tunt, Part II": Lana is pregnant from a sperm donor and Archer drowns in the sinking sealab to save her and her baby, confessing his love for her in his final moments. Luckily, he is resuscitated afterwards.
** "White Elephant": The Season 5 premiere literally changes the premise of the entire show. ISIS is not, and never was, an actual government-owned spy agency, and as such the headquarters are raided by the FBI. Brett is killed in the fight, and Malory is faced with having to
disband ISIS for never actually to prevent her employees from being a legally sanctioned spy agency sent to begin with. Without jobs, jail. Abandoning their espionage work, the ISIS crew must now find main characters form a living in the real world, which they do by attempting, very ineptly, cartel to sell a literal, not figurative, metric tonne literal ton of cocaine]].cocaine Malory was storing in her office.
** "Arrival/Departure": The entire ''Vice'' arc is concluded. Slater and Hawley were CIA agents who hired Mallory to monetize their cocaine supply. Mallory regains ISIS as a CIA organization. Lana gives birth to her child, whose father is revealed to be Archer.
** "Edie's Wedding": Katya has dumped Barry for Boris. Barry is finally significantly injured, and his body is burnt, possibly to death, in a grain elevator.
** "Pocket Listing": After six seasons, Archer and Lana ''finally'' get together.
** "Reignition Sequence": Archer finally chooses Lana over Katya, and he makes amends to Katya before she leaves. His relationship with Lana is still significantly damaged. It's also revealed that Woodhouse has gone missing.
** "Drastic Voyage": The CIA threaten to disband ISIS once again if they fail one more mission - being shrunk down to the size of a blood clot and inserted into the brain of a brilliant scientist. They actually end up failing the mission, killing the scientist and all other people in the room, leaving the gang without work once more.
** "Deadly Velvet Part II": It looks as if Archer has nicely used a cyborg double to get shot by Veronica Deane in order to trick her into confessing to murder...only for the live Archer to be revealed as the cyborg, thus the ''real'' Archer is the one in the pool.
** "No Good Deed": Woodhouse is revealed to be dead, and while Archer survived the previous episode, it put him in a coma. The rest of the season follows his [[AdventuresInComaland coma dream]] that he's a 1940's FilmNoir detective.
28th Apr '17 1:03:38 PM StarTropes
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** The Season 2 premiere, [[Recap/StarWarsRebelsTheSiegeOfLothal "The Siege of Lothal"]], is no less brutal -- and follows hot on the heels of the aforementioned finale! [[spoiler: Darth Vader sets a trap for the rebels which results in the citizens of Lothal turning against them. They are forced to leave, but find that the Empire has cut off their escape. Sneaking into a nearby Imperial base, they try to steal a shuttle, but find Vader waiting for them. He [[CurbStompBattle curbstomps them]], and they escape only because ''he lets them''. ''Then'' they go to Tarkintown, only to find it burned and its citizens arrested. They finally make their escape back to their fleet -- only to find that their shuttle was rigged with a tracking device. Vader shows up moments later, and [[OneManArmy personally tears their fleet in half]], killing nearly all their pilots and destroying their command ship. Only Hera's [[AcePilot amazing pilot skills]] enable them to escape. Even worse, Ahsoka and Vader become aware of each other. Ahsoka is so shaken by the revelation that Anakin is alive -- not to mention [[FaceHeelTurn that he is a Sith Lord]] -- that she ''faints'', and when she wakes up, she denies any knowledge of who or what he is. Vader, meanwhile, ''lets the survivors escape again'', because he wants to use Ahsoka for his own ends.]] Oh BABY ...

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** The Season 2 premiere, [[Recap/StarWarsRebelsTheSiegeOfLothal "The Siege of Lothal"]], is no less brutal -- and follows hot on the heels of the aforementioned finale! [[spoiler: Darth Vader sets a trap for the rebels which results in the citizens of Lothal turning against them. They are forced to leave, but find that the Empire has cut off their escape. Sneaking into a nearby Imperial base, they try to steal a shuttle, but find Vader waiting for them. He [[CurbStompBattle curbstomps them]], and they escape only because ''he lets them''. ''Then'' they go to Tarkintown, only to find it burned and its citizens arrested. They finally make their escape back to their fleet -- only to find that their shuttle was rigged with a tracking device. Vader shows up moments later, and [[OneManArmy personally tears their fleet in half]], killing nearly all their pilots and destroying their command ship. Only Hera's [[AcePilot amazing pilot skills]] enable them to escape. Even worse, Ahsoka and Vader become aware of each other. Ahsoka is so shaken by the revelation that Anakin is alive -- not to mention [[FaceHeelTurn that he is a Sith Lord]] -- that she ''faints'', and when she wakes up, she denies any knowledge of who or what he is. Vader, meanwhile, ''lets the survivors escape again'', because he wants to use Ahsoka for his own ends.ends, and sends another Inquisitor after the rebels.]] Oh BABY ...
24th Apr '17 6:47:33 AM QuizzicalPieridine
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** Requiem: [[spoiler: Just like the above example, Super Shredder '''kills''' Splinter. However, unlike last time, the next episode confirms he's been KilledOffForReal and AscendedToAHigherPlaneOfExistence.]]

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** Requiem: [[spoiler: Just like the above example, Super Shredder '''kills''' Splinter. However, unlike Unlike last time, however, the next episode confirms he's been KilledOffForReal and AscendedToAHigherPlaneOfExistence.]]
19th Apr '17 8:30:07 AM 4fterthought
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* ''WesternAnimation/ToadPatrol'' has two:
** "The Castle of the Ancients" revealed that there was a way to turn toadstools back into toadlets, which, considering that it's essentially death in season 1, is a pretty big deal.
** "The Sacrifice" pulls off a sudden plot twist that turns [[spoiler: Earth Star]] into a toadstool, which, while no longer considered practically fatal, is still serious enough to boot him off the show until the end of the season. Also, it [[WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids induced a deep fungi phobia in many children]].
26th Mar '17 9:16:09 PM AthenaBlue
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* The season 1 finale of ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars'' not only introduced an original character, Cad Bane, who immediately comes across as a badass and unlike most villains thus far succeeds in his mission, nearly wiping out a room full of Senates and an unarmed Skywalker in the process but fueled the launch of Season 2 which in two episodes is already DarkerAndEdgier than almost everything the first season had to offer.

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* The season 1 finale of ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars'' ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars'':
** [[Recap/StarWarsTheCloneWarsS1E22HostageCrisis "Hostage Crisis"]]
not only introduced an original character, Cad Bane, who immediately comes across as a badass and unlike most villains thus far succeeds in his mission, nearly wiping out a room full of Senates and an unarmed Skywalker in the process but fueled the launch of Season 2 which in two episodes is already DarkerAndEdgier than almost everything the first season had to offer.



** The villains that paved the way for Cad Bane in the Ryloth Trilogy weren't too stupid either, but they each had a fundamental weakness the commander of the blockade did not expect Anakin's suicide run because of his pride, the droid in ''Innocents of Ryloth'' did not perceive the Twi'leks themselves as threats until they were ripping him apart, and Emir Tambor stalled long enough for Mace Windu to capture him because of his greed. Unlike these villains Cad Bane's only weakness seems to be that nobody else is as badass as he is.

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** The villains that paved the way for Cad Bane in the Ryloth Trilogy weren't too stupid either, but they each had a fundamental weakness weakness: the commander of the blockade did not expect Anakin's suicide run because of his pride, the droid in ''Innocents of Ryloth'' did not perceive the Twi'leks themselves as threats until they were ripping him apart, and Emir Tambor stalled long enough for Mace Windu to capture him because of his greed. Unlike these villains Cad Bane's only weakness seems to be that nobody else is as badass as he is.



** The 4-part Umbara arc in season 4 is one of these (especially since it started right after the LighterAndSofter episodes focused on the Droids), in particular the episode ''Carnage of Krell''.

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** The 4-part Umbara arc in season 4 is one of these (especially since it started right after the LighterAndSofter episodes focused on the Droids), in particular the episode ''Carnage "Carnage of Krell''.Krell".



** Season 1, Episode 10 reveals that [[spoiler: Gall Trayvis, one of the few senators to speak out against the Empire, was actually in league with them the entire time. He used his transmissions as a front to hide his true intentions: finding and eliminating insurgents.]]
** Episode 11 sees [[spoiler: Grand Moff Tarkin arrive on the scene, only to behead his most incompetent officers, then predict the heroes' next move. While they succeed in hacking the Imperial communciations, Kanan is captured, and Tarkin destroys the tower after only one transmission.]]
** The first season finale is an even ''BIGGER'' wham episode. [[spoiler: The heroes steal aboard Tarkin's personal Star Destroyer to rescue Kanan. While they get him free, they find the Inquisitor waiting for them. He duels Ezra and Kanan, only to knock Ezra out, causing Kanan to go into an UnstoppableRage. Kanan then defeats the Inquisitor, driving the latter to [[DrivenToSuicide suicide]]. They escape the Star Destroyer, only to have half the Imperial Navy on their tail. But Chopper has gone to get help from another Rebel cell, and rescues them in the nick of time. The episode ends with the reveal that not only did Ahsoka Tano survive ''Revenge of the Sith'', but she has been working for the Rebels the entire time. The [[WhamShot final shots]] of the episode reveal that Palpatine has sent Darth Vader himself to deal with the Rebels.]] You may wish to take a few minutes to catch your breath after watching the episode.
** The Season 2 pilot, ''The Siege of Lothal'', is no less brutal -- and follows hot on the heels of the aforementioned finale! [[spoiler: Darth Vader sets a trap for the rebels which results in the citizens of Lothal turning against them. They are forced to leave, but find that the Empire has cut off their escape. Sneaking into a nearby Imperial base, they try to steal a shuttle, but find Vader waiting for them. He [[CurbStompBattle curbstomps them]], and they escape only because ''he lets them''. ''Then'' they go to Tarkintown, only to find it burned and its citizens arrested. They finally make their escape back to their fleet -- only to find that their shuttle was rigged with a tracking device. Vader shows up moments later, and [[OneManArmy personally tears their fleet in half]], killing nearly all their pilots and destroying their command ship. Only Hera's [[AcePilot amazing pilot skills]] enable them to escape. Even worse, Ahsoka and Vader become aware of each other. Ahsoka is so shaken by the revelation that Anakin is alive -- not to mention [[FaceHeelTurn that he is a Sith Lord]] -- that she ''faints'', and when she wakes up, she denies any knowledge of who or what he is. Vader, meanwhile, ''lets the survivors escape again'', because he wants to use Ahsoka for his own ends.]] Oh BABY....
** The Season 2 finale, "Twilight of the Apprentice". Kanan, Ezra and Ahoska travel to Malachor and encounter not only Inquisitors but [[spoiler:''Darth Maul''. After helping Ezra recover a Sith Holocron and teaming up with them against the Inquisitors, Maul betrays the group and [[EyeScream blinds]] Kanan. Ezra uses the Holocron to unlock the Sith Temple... which turns out to be a planet-killing superweapon. Before he can deactivate it, [[FromBadToWorse Darth Vader arrives]] and curbstomps him again, this time destroying his lightsaber. Ahsoka then has a brutal fight with Vader, where she's forced to accept that he really is Anakin. Vader says [[ThatManIsDead he destroyed Anakin]], and Ahsoka taps into the Dark Side herself, seeking to avenge her former master by killing the monster he's become. When Kanan and Ezra manage to remove the Holocron and shut down the weapon, Ahsoka Force-pushes them out of the temple as its doors close, giving them no choice but to leave her for dead. Then, in the final scene back on the ''Ghost'', Ezra sits in his quarters with the Sith Holocron, which can only be accessed by those corrupted by the Dark Side, [[StartOfDarkness and activates it]].]]

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** Season 1, Episode 10 [[Recap/StarWarsRebelsS1E10VisionOfHope "Vision of Hope"]] reveals that [[spoiler: Gall Trayvis, one of the few senators to speak out against the Empire, was actually in league with them the entire time. He used his transmissions as a front to hide his true intentions: finding and eliminating insurgents.]]
** Episode 11 [[Recap/StarWarsRebelsS1E11CallToAction "Call to Action"]] sees [[spoiler: Grand Moff Tarkin arrive on the scene, only to behead his most incompetent officers, then predict the heroes' next move. While they succeed in hacking the Imperial communciations, Kanan is captured, and Tarkin destroys the tower after only one transmission.]]
** The first season finale finale, [[Recap/StarWarsRebelsS1E13FireAcrossTheGalaxy "Fire Across the Galaxy"]], is an even ''BIGGER'' wham episode. [[spoiler: The heroes steal aboard Tarkin's personal Star Destroyer to rescue Kanan. While they get him free, they find the Inquisitor waiting for them. He duels Ezra and Kanan, only to knock Ezra out, causing Kanan to go into an UnstoppableRage. Kanan then defeats the Inquisitor, driving the latter to [[DrivenToSuicide suicide]]. They escape the Star Destroyer, only to have half the Imperial Navy on their tail. But Chopper has gone to get help from another Rebel cell, and rescues them in the nick of time. The episode ends with the reveal that not only did Ahsoka Tano survive ''Revenge of the Sith'', but she has been working for the Rebels the entire time. The [[WhamShot final shots]] of the episode reveal that Palpatine has sent Darth Vader himself to deal with the Rebels.]] You may wish to take a few minutes to catch your breath after watching the episode.
** The Season 2 pilot, ''The premiere, [[Recap/StarWarsRebelsTheSiegeOfLothal "The Siege of Lothal'', Lothal"]], is no less brutal -- and follows hot on the heels of the aforementioned finale! [[spoiler: Darth Vader sets a trap for the rebels which results in the citizens of Lothal turning against them. They are forced to leave, but find that the Empire has cut off their escape. Sneaking into a nearby Imperial base, they try to steal a shuttle, but find Vader waiting for them. He [[CurbStompBattle curbstomps them]], and they escape only because ''he lets them''. ''Then'' they go to Tarkintown, only to find it burned and its citizens arrested. They finally make their escape back to their fleet -- only to find that their shuttle was rigged with a tracking device. Vader shows up moments later, and [[OneManArmy personally tears their fleet in half]], killing nearly all their pilots and destroying their command ship. Only Hera's [[AcePilot amazing pilot skills]] enable them to escape. Even worse, Ahsoka and Vader become aware of each other. Ahsoka is so shaken by the revelation that Anakin is alive -- not to mention [[FaceHeelTurn that he is a Sith Lord]] -- that she ''faints'', and when she wakes up, she denies any knowledge of who or what he is. Vader, meanwhile, ''lets the survivors escape again'', because he wants to use Ahsoka for his own ends.]] Oh BABY....
BABY ...
** The Season 2 finale, [[Recap/StarWarsRebelsS2E19TwilightOfTheApprentice "Twilight of of]] [[Recap/StarWarsRebelsS2E20TwilightOfTheApprenticePartII the Apprentice".Apprentice"]]. Kanan, Ezra and Ahoska travel to Malachor and encounter not only Inquisitors but [[spoiler:''Darth Maul''. After helping Ezra recover a Sith Holocron and teaming up with them against the Inquisitors, Maul betrays the group and [[EyeScream blinds]] Kanan. Ezra uses the Holocron to unlock the Sith Temple... which turns out to be a planet-killing superweapon. Before he can deactivate it, [[FromBadToWorse Darth Vader arrives]] and curbstomps him again, this time destroying his lightsaber. Ahsoka then has a brutal fight with Vader, where she's forced to accept that he really is Anakin. Vader says [[ThatManIsDead he destroyed Anakin]], and Ahsoka taps into the Dark Side herself, seeking to avenge her former master by killing the monster he's become. When Kanan and Ezra manage to remove the Holocron and shut down the weapon, Ahsoka Force-pushes them out of the temple as its doors close, giving them no choice but to leave her for dead. Then, in the final scene back on the ''Ghost'', Ezra sits in his quarters with the Sith Holocron, which can only be accessed by those corrupted by the Dark Side, [[StartOfDarkness and activates opens it]].]]
** Naturally, the season 3 finale, [[Recap/StarWarsRebelsS3E19ZeroHour "Zero]] [[Recap/StarWarsRebelsS3E20ZeroHourPartII Hour"]], continues in the tradition. [[spoiler:The rebels' base on Atollon is destroyed by the Empire, and a lot of them die, bringing an end to their plans, which they'd been working on the entire season, for an assault on Lothal's factories. Commander Sato [[HeroicSacrifice dies]] {{ramming|AlwaysWorks}} ''Phoenix Home'' into Admiral Konstantine's [[NoWarpingZone Interdictor]] so Ezra can escape and bring back reinforcements. Kallus' cover as [[ReverseMole Fulcrum]] is blown, and he's captured by Thrawn, but manages to escape and join up with the rebels. The episode ends with the surviving rebels en route to Yavin IV.
]]
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