Commander Pyre is throwing his weight round on the Colossus.
Knocking out the bully results in bother… and alternative.
The 15th episode of CGI animated sequence Star Wars Resistance sees the First Order persevering withon the Colossus refueling platform.
After lone Stormtrooper CS-515 (Steve Blum) offers fugitive youngsters/Eila (Nikki SooHoo) and Kel (Anthony Del Rio) a tough time, a short tussle leaves him unconscious. The children rush to Resistance spy Kazuda Xiono (aka Kaz, performed by Christopher Sean) for assist.
Kaz finally ends up donning 515’s armor and takes the chance to study extra in regards to the First Order’s plans for the platform.
The First Order mainly refuses to depart
Captain Doza (Jason Hightower) confronts the First Order’s Commander Pyre (Liam McIntyre) about its continued presence on the platform after theit got here to seek out, however Pyre claims he intends to seek out the spy’s confederate and feigns deference to Doza’s authority (however later kicks him out of his personal workplace).
It is fairly apparent that Doza does not consider him… however when will he take motion? The residents of the Colossus are getting sick of the First Order too, as evidenced by their protest.
Additionally, we bought a tease about Doza’s— he tells Pyre that his determination to depart was a “private selection.”
Stealing a Stormtrooper’s armor… the place have we seen that earlier than?
It is coming in full drive… and now we all know its plan
Kaz manages to infiltrate Pyre’s briefing and earlier than getting came upon learns that a full garrison is on its means. He escapes after Pyre orders “a full psychological wipe and reprogram,” which sounds fairly darkish.
He additionally discovers (through a stolen knowledge rod) that the First Order is making ready its fleet for warfare — we have to be getting very near the occasions of— and causes that it plans to make use of the Colossus as a refueling level.
Stormtrooper CS-515 discovers that Eila and Kel aren’t any pushovers.
Tam’s getting a brand new perspective
Tam Ryvora (Suzie McGrath), Kaz’s fellow mechanic, was completely happy sufficient to see the First Order making the platform safer, however listening to Eila and Kel’s story in regards to the militant group wiping out their household offers her pause.
She might but see the reality in regards to the group, and it is probably she’ll find yourself becoming a member of the Resistance.
Opeepit the janitor has a thankless position, and Kaz makes it even more durable.
Neeku’s coming into his personal
Overly literal mechanic Neeku Vozo (Josh Brener) is fairly nice this episode, knocking out 515 a number of instances.
“Nicely, I did not need him to kill us, Kaz!” he says after hitting the trooper with a wrench.
He additionally agrees with Tam that the First makes him really feel safer, “in a threatened by the navy sort of means” — sounds just like the sentiment of a future Resistance member.
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Kaz has some glorious comedic moments too. He tells janitor Opeepit, who’s scrubbing the flooring by hand, that he’d have a neater time if he had a ground sweeper… although he is aware of the First Order seized it from him (what a jerk!).
He additionally has a enjoyable confrontation with a First Order BB unit, and waves to an unknowing Torra Doza (Myrna Velasco) as he passes her room in full Stormtrooper armor.
Star Wars Resistance airs Sundays at 10 p.m. ET/PT on the Disney Channel, DisneyNOW and Disney Channel VOD. Sean additionally chatted about this episode on the superb Ion Cannon podcast — give it a pay attention!