This week's episode opens with Obi-Wan floating in and out of consciousness as Tala tends to him. They're onboard her ship heading to Jabiim; the planet alluded to last week that serves as a haven for their resistance network.
We see the full scope of his injuries, severe burns up and down his arm and shoulders; a trip through a burning pit tends to do that to folks. They make it to Jabiim, where, as is tradition, he's placed into a Bacta tank to heal from his injuries.
The shots of Obi-Wan in the tank are spliced in with images of Vader doing the same thing, both trying to heal their physical and emotional scars. Vader's quotes from last week, "the years have made you weak," "You should have killed me when you had the chance," and "I am what you made me," are heard as well. Obi-Wan continues to struggle with the knowledge that not only is this Anakin, but this is what he is capable of.
Obi-Wan climbs his way out of the Bacta tank as Tala protests, insisting he needs more time to heal. She lets him know that they're safe on Jabiim, but he needs to know where Leia is. Unfortunately, she is not with them, and it's revealed that she was captured by Reva and is being held at the Fortress Inquisitorius.
Leia is interrogated by Reva, who demands to know where Obi-Wan and the resistance cell are hiding. She tells Leia that Obi-Wan was killed on Mapuzo and burned to death during the escape.
Obi-Wan and Tala connect with another member of the resistance cell, Roken (O'Shea Jackson Jr.), who stresses that Obi-Wan needs to get off the planet now. With so much attention being placed on finding him, Obi-Wan's presence on the planet puts everyone, especially those who are Force sensitive, in danger.
Roken tells Obi-Wan and Tala that his wife was Force Sensitive and that she was hunted down by the Inquisitors and killed. He helps Obi-Wan and Tala by showing them scans of the facility, and they begin the journey to the fortress. On the way, Obi-Wan tries to reconnect with the Force, but it's still a struggle for him.