Star Wars Rebels season 2
Ezra receives a distress signal from Vizago’s ship in Star Wars Rebels season 2 episode 4 DisneyXD

Star Wars Rebels season 2 returns with another entertaining episode where Ezra will take a chapter from Kanan's book and respond to a distress call. Episode 4 is titled, Brothers of the Broken Horn, which will air this Wednesday (4 November) at 9.30pm ET/PT on Disney XD.

According to the official synopsis, "Trying to escape the pressure of being a Jedi, Ezra responds to a distress call with Chopper; the ship in distress belongs to Hondo Ohnaka, who has an offer for Ezra."

Click here to watch the episode via live stream. You can also watch the episode online on the Disney website. A new promo shows Ezra on the ship complaining to Chopper, "...its clean the Ghost, lightsaber, blaster training! I kinda miss the old days when everything was simple."

Then we hear Chopper receiving a distress signal from Vizago's ship -- the Broken Horn -- and decides to take out the Phantom himself despite Chopper's objections.

Ezra then says, "Someone is in distress, and if there is one thing, I have learned from Kanan its that we help people in distress," rushes inside the aircraft and adds, "Lets go and see what Vizago got himself into. I owe him a favour and this could square us."

Although Chopper objects, Ezra says, "I know how to fly." Then he is seen struggling to steer the Ghost ship, and after several attempts he manages to take off.

Another preview shows Ezra arriving in Vizago's ship only to find the legendary swashbuckler, Hondo Ohnaka, from Star Wars: The Clone Wars. It turns out that Vizago has lost his ship and his droids to Hondo in a game of Sabaac.

When Hondo aks about Ezra's whereabouts he masquerades as fellow card player and scoundrel Lando Calrissian. An impressed Hondo expresses his admiration, and adds, "A tad younger than I pictured, but to be so young and flying to my rescue proves that you must be this scoundrel I have heard of."

However, embarking on a solo rescue mission may prove fatal for the young Jedi there are two deadly inquisitors trying to hunt him down, and they nearly succeeded in capturing him in the last episode titled, Always Two There Are.