Mandalorian Season 2
The first episode of season 2 of Mandalorian was more than I could have expected or hoped for. The whole episode was solid gold from start to finish. If you’re afraid that the new season won’t catch the magic of the first one, don’t worry. That great part of Star Wars is back.
Below is an overview of Season 2, Episode 1 of Mandalorian, including an overview of the Easter eggs in this episode, so that the main spoilers of this episode are used.
Little Yoda has been a blessing on my screen.
BABY TIME pic.twitter.com/MZoLHXU7SF
– Operation 2069 (@DaveOshry) 30. October 2020
As soon as I started playing the famous mandalorian ballad, I knew there would finally be good news in 2020. The show immediately took me back to the simpler times of 2019, and I was able to immerse myself in the Star Wars universe over and over again.
All I could wish for was a few sweet moments between Mando and the baby. But every scene with little Yoda was the one I wanted to see again. He was charming as always, even though he wasn’t in charge in the first episode.
Field Marshal Timothy Oliphant was the perfect match for Mando.
That’s right, Timothy Oliphant in Bob Fett’s armor #Mandalorian #Mandalorian pic.twitter.com/Oy0ZFbRVAZ
– John Terranova (@jhnterranova) 30. October 2020.
But Timothy Oliphant more than made up for it. He was the perfect marshal. He controlled the jet pack and the Mandalorian armor and used them as one force forever – the salvation of the community in captivity. He gave the city back its freedom and swore to protect it. Now, I’m a little worried about what might happen if Mando leaves with his armor on. I had hoped that Mando would decide that the Field Marshal would represent the Mandalorian spirit and leave the armor to him. But it shouldn’t have happened. But seeing Marshall and Mando’s team go on an adventure was something I didn’t even know I needed. These two characters were perfect for each other, and I hope one day we’ll be able to see them interact again.
IS PART OF THE ANAKINS SUBFRAME? ????. #TheMandalorian pic.twitter.com/gnogGK6pK2
– kay is tonks’ gf (@velmcrite) 30. October 2020.
Many fans also believe that Marshall led the driver to the Anakin stage. Between that and Bob Fett’s armor, he really had a Star Wars dream. Some fans pointed out that it wasn’t an exact match, but that it was close enough. It’s been about 50 years since Anakin built this rider, so he may need to be patched up and painted since then.
A fan wrote about Reddit:
Some people think he had at least a piece of Anakin’s Ghost Threat Subracker.
**Spoilers, some kind of… ** For #TheMandalorian**, I consider the speeder Cobb Wil drives a piece of Anakin Skywalkers’ undercut in Ghost Threat @themandalorian @jonfavs.
– Ultra-light (@Xtrmn8tr27) 30. October 2020
Dude, I’m not sure, but I think this guy built a bike from one of the Anakin turbines on the underwater bike The Mandalorian.
– Tad (@ThadPala) 30. October 2020
Bob Fett’s sandblasting machine and armour also appeared
Of course, Bob Fett’s armor was the best Easter egg of all. But we also have other large cameo’s and reminders, like sand caterpillars:
Sand Crawler! pic.twitter.com/MT1MFslFJl
– Jeff Pelletier (@ JeffRPelletier) 30. October 2020.
But some people are not convinced by the differences in colors and panels.
No, the color and alignment of the tablet on this subracer does not match Anakin’s subracer.
I was more excited about R5, and you know who.
– Parker Pattillo (@ParkerPattillo) 30. October 2020.
One of the best Easter eggs was R5-D4
We should also see the R5-D4, one of the best Easter eggs in the region.
We saw a droid last season in Series 5.
R5-D4, which Lukas called Red, was a droid taken by Jawas on Tatooine. Java tried to sell it to Owen Lars, a Fandom Star Wars stock, but the Droid deliberately dropped its motivator to buy R2-D2 instead. He took part in a rebellion against the Empire before being captured by Jawas and sacrificed himself so that R2-D2 could receive Leia’s message.
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Of course the Tusken Raiders came back and also played an important role in this episode.
Episode 2 The abandoned wish was already available.
I always love it when the show comes back to Tatooine because there is so much nostalgia and legend on this dusty planet. But of course no amount of nostalgia can beat Bob Fett’s armor with a dent in his helmet. We left most of the episode assuming that the fat-free armor meant that the fat was really dead. But it turns out he didn’t. In the end, the fans were treated to a breathtaking scene.
We saw Temura Morrison play the fat man in the second episode of Star Wars Django. But he’s not Django Fett. I can only assume he’s the real Bob Fett, because his clones are probably much older. He must also have the same mysterious character as Tattooine in season 1, episode 5. But how is he going to play the future story? I think he’s getting his armor back. Will he and Mando be friends or enemies? What do you think?
Unfortunately we have to wait another week to see how the Mandalorian saga continues. Will they even come back to the Bob-fat story next week? It’s hard to predict. But what I can predict is that we will have a wonderful story in the coming months.
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