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Double Agent Droid 

Chopper and AP-5 infiltrate an Imperial station in order to steal some necessary codes, when things go awry for the two droids and the crew of the Ghost.

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Simon Kinberg (created by), Dave Filoni (created by) | 4 more credits »
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Episode complete credited cast:
Taylor Gray ... Ezra Bridger (voice)
Vanessa Marshall ... Hera Syndulla / Inventory Droid / Imperial Technician #2 (voice)
Steve Blum ... Zeb Orrelios / Stormtrooper (voice)
Dave Filoni ... C1-10P a.k.a. 'Chopper' / AT-AT Driver / Stormtrooper #2 (voice) (as Dave Filoni) (as Chopper)
Stephen Stanton ... AP-5 / Imperial Technician #1 / TIE Pilot (voice)
Josh Gad ... Controller (voice)
Nathan Kress ... Wedge Antilles (voice)
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Chopper and AP-5 infiltrate an Imperial station in order to steal some necessary codes, when things go awry for the two droids and the crew of the Ghost.

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TV-Y7
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Release Date:

11 March 2017 (USA) See more »

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Trivia

First ever onscreen appearance of eye glasses and toilets in Star Wars See more »

Quotes

Wedge Antilles: That's it! No more droids! I'm flying solo!
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Connections

References Labyrinth (1986) See more »

Soundtracks

Star Wars Rebels Theme
(uncredited)
Written by Kevin Kiner
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Silly Star Wars Fun
12 November 2019 | by noahlfortnerSee all my reviews

This is a largely skippable episode at first glance, yes, but I don't think it's getting the credit it deserves. It seems to be infuriating people for taking a brief step back from the darker and more serious overarching storyline to give us an episode-equivalent of Threepio and Artoo bickering in the Tatooine desert - and I loved it. It's silly, it's carefree, and most importantly, it's actually funny (sometimes darkly funny).

And the bit at the end that almost seems to be a self aware nod to the fans lamenting about "Disneyfied Star Wars".... perfection.

At the end of the day I think it's good to remember that for every charred Aunt & Uncle there was a Jawa, for every Darth Maul there was a Jar Jar Binks. Star Wars is allowed to be goofy from time to time. It's part of what Star Wars is. And I think this episode follows along that line of thought to a tee.


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