7.3/10. It's nice to get back into the meat of the season with Maul again, and there were definitely some cool set pieces, but overall I was a bit underwhelmed by this one. The teases for Obi Wan Kenobi were cool, and getting more into the Nightsisters business and notable items from The Clone Wars is neat, but it all feels more like setup than anything that works in and of itself. It's fine to tease, but you just know it's going to be another ten episodes before they get back into this stuff, and "Visions and Voices" didn't really advance the ball much beyond confirming who and where they're headed to.
Still, there were some cool scenes. Ezra hallucinating Maul created a nice sense of paranoia and the idea that he was in over his head. I actually really liked Kanan putting a tracker on Ezra's wristcom, because it's a good setup for trust issues later, but makes good sense in the moment here with Ezra acting erratic. The dynamic between Maul and Ezra is always intriguing, given how Maul (endlessly repeats) the way he sees Ezra as his apprentice, but the subtext to him envisioning Ezra as his brother, and bringing Ezra to his homeworld, is particularly striking given what happened with his brother in The Clone Wars.
The business with the Nightsister spirits was pretty cool too, if convenient. Having to fight possessed versions of your friends with glowing green eyes is appropriately creepy, and while a little too simple, Ezra's method for fixing them was clever enough within the preestablished rules of the game. Plus seeing the Mandalorean darksaber, presumably Pre Vizla's in Sabine's hands is a cool thing. I'll admit, there's a lot of pleasing fanservice here, especially for Clone Wars devotees, but there's not much to it beyond throwing out a few more breadcrumbs.
Overall, a solid episode that I wish had delved into the myth-arc part of the story with a little more conviction.
(And as a personal aside, with this episode, I am officially fully caught up on all the Star Wars canon movies and TV shows. Hooray for me and my one year plus-long journey through the canon. It bears repeating, the Star Wars franchise has its highs and lows, but from the original trilogy to the cartoons to even the prequels, there's an incredible sandbox full of vivid characters in this universe, and it's a joy to see the different parts of it explored, whether by George Lucas, Dave Filoni, or J.J. Abrams.)
Best episode so far this season! It's great when they make connections to The Clone Wars.