Kneesa suspects a mysterious feral Ewok in the forest is her long lost sister and searches for her to confirm it.





Episode credited cast:
Chief Chirpa (voice)
Jim Henshaw ...
Asha (voice) (as Paulina Gillis)


Kneesa suspects a mysterious feral Ewok in the forest is her long lost sister and searches for her to confirm it.

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30 November 1985 (USA)  »

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Edited into Star Wars: Ewoks - Tales from the Endor Woods (2004) See more »

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The best Ewok episode of Season #1
15 March 2010 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Here is my second favorite episode form Season #1; also the last episode in Season #1.

The episode begins with Wicket,Teebo and Paploo enjoying a camping trip in the hills, when they heard Dulok voices from afar; so the boys went to investigate. The Duloks were hunting a Maramu, a creature that is like a cross between a mountain-goat and a kangaroo. And the Duloks would have caught it, but they were scared away by a mysterious girl Ewok known as "The Red Ghost." After the Duloks run away, Wicket, Teebo, and Paploo go to the animal and help remove the net and set it free. However, "The Red Ghost" thinks they are trying to hurt the animal. But after she sees they mean no harm, she summons a korrina, which, to the surprise of the Ewoks, allows her to ride it. The three frighten Ewoks, fly away in their gliders, with Paploo proclaiming he would never again return to that section of the forest. Back at Bright Tree Village, Wicket tells Kneesaa about the encounter. She suspects that the "Red Ghost" may in fact be her long-lost sister, Asha, who was thought dead when a hanadak killed her mother, Ra-Lee. That night, Kneesaa heads out to find the Ewok she has convinced herself must be her sister; of course, Wicket accompanies her. Overall, I love this episode as it confronts serious issues of family; which I do not mind at all.

I love it when Kneesaa sneaks to Wicket's hut, and when she said "...You can help me, by telling me exactly where you saw her (Asha)." Wicket gives his best directions, as he tries to remember. And then he said: "Ohh kvark! I can't let her go off alone."

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