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Then, to top it all off, there was another massive return before the show was said and done: Liam Neeson’s Qui-Gon Jinn, the former Master of Obi-Wan himself. The character hasn’t been seen in live-action since The Phantom Menace, so his brief return was a big deal, to say the least. At a recent convention, Ewan McGregor appeared and finally broke his silence regarding the return of his former co-star Best croatia soccer dabbing Santa Christmas Croatian flag shirt . As reported by Comicbook.com, Obi-Wan Kenobi star Ewan McGregor appeared at Fan Expo in Boston, where he talked about Liam Neeson’s return as Qui-Gon Jin in the final minutes of his show’s first season. McGregor noted how “Liam [Neeson] is a hero of [his],” and that he was “always watching [Neeson’s] work” while he was growing up: “Liam is a hero of mine… Liam has got to be, I don’t know, ten years, maybe a bit more, older than I. So when I was growing up and wanting to be an actor, I was always watching Liam Neeson’s work, and he was involved in some beautiful work as a younger actor. And so to get the chance to work with him and to have this great relationship that we got to create together is fantastic, and to get the chance to work with himself again on the series right at the end.”