Early on in the film, Kylo Ren sheds his Vader-esque mask after taking flack from Snoke. No longer is he a perturbed cosplayer who kneels at the altar of Star Wars collectibles (yes, he shelled out for Vader's actual burnt helmet, at some point). Scarred from battle and piercing from his misguided training under Luke, Kylo is more Ben Solo, his birth persona, than ever before. And he's pissed. Before John Williams' fanfare blasts over the end credits, our villain will reach out to Rey for understanding, murder Snoke in a swift act of "Et tu, Brute?" lightsaber-slinging, and beg his fellow Force-wielder to abandon the idea of the Resistance or The First Order.
"It's time to let old things die," he says. "Snoke, Skywalker, The Sith, Rebels - Let it all die, Rey. I want you to join me. We can rule together and bring a new order to the galaxy."