We cut back to Reva as she causes Luke to fall right in front of her, knocking him out. Obi-Wan can sense something is wrong and moves to lightspeed to try and get back to Tatooine as fast as possible.
Reva ignites her lightsaber and moves in to kill Luke, somehow satisfying her need for justice. However, as she moves closer, she doesn't see him but rather herself, lying on the floor of the Jedi Temple all those years ago.
As Obi-Wan lands back at the Lars homestead, he finds Owen and Beru searching for Luke in the desert. He joins them when suddenly they see Reva holding Luke, bringing him back home. Obi-Wan prepares himself for another duel, but Reva didn't harm him. She is here to return Luke to Owen and Beru.
She confesses to Obi-Wan that she couldn't bring herself to harm him; killing a child wouldn't extinguish her pain. Reva still feels guilty for not helping her friends during Order 66, but Obi-Wan tells her that she has given them peace.
Reva has chosen not to continue down the path of the dark side, and all those years ago, when Anakin brought his mother's body back to that very home and started his journey toward evil, Reva walked away from it.
At Darth Vader's castle on Mustafar, he has himself a little FaceTime session with Emperor Palpatine. He tells his master that probes are out looking for Obi-Wan still and that they will destroy everything until he is found.
Palpatine sees Vader as possibly being weakened by his obsession with Obi-Wan and tells him that he should leave his past behind. Vader says that Kenobi means nothing and that he serves only the Emperor.
On Alderaan, Leia is getting ready for guests to arrive and her duties to greet them. Her outfit combines future and present Leia with boots, gloves, and Tala's holster, all paired with a dress.
As a ship lands, we see Obi-Wan exit, bringing Lola back to Leia. Obi-Wan reunites with Bail and Breha Organa, and Obi-Wan promises them that if they need his help, he'll be there.
Obi-Wan talks with Leia and says that even though he said he didn't know her parents, he admits that he did. While he doesn't say who they were, he tells her how much she reminds him of them. Leia's theme from John Williams begins to play, and he wishes he could tell her more, but that's good enough for Leia.
Leia asks if they'll ever see each other again, and Obi-Wan isn't sure but promises that if she needs help from a "tired, old man," she can reach out. She hugs him, saying, "goodbye, Obi-Wan."
The Force theme begins to play, and Obi-Wan departs, returning to Tatooine. Obi-Wan collects his belongings in his cave, leaving behind the life he thought he was doomed to remain in. He finds the toy shuttle he bought for Luke and rides for the Lars homestead, hoping to give it to him finally.
Owen spots him riding in and asks Obi-Wan what he's doing here. He lets Owen know that he'll be leaving them alone from now on, placing his trust in Owen and Beru. Owen invites Obi-Wan to meet Luke, and he accepts. Obi-Wan gives Luke the toy and, in a moment that's pure fan service, says, "hello there."
Obi-Wan rides out into the desert, where he finally comes across an old friend: the Force ghost of Qui-Gon Jinn. He had begun to think that Qui-Gon would never come, but his master says that he's always been there, but Obi-Wan was not yet ready to see.
Qui-Gon leads the way, and as he fades away, Obi-Wan continues his journey towards a new home.