This is a story of things going from bad, to worse, to bone, to hell with it. Losing his only lead on a fellow Mandalorian contact, our Mando returns to his ship, having some very mixed bouts of luck along the way. I was wondering if the Temuera Morrison reveal at the end of the previous episode would and an impact on this one. But we’d not be so lucky, as that seems to be getting held off for later.
Finally, I get to be a part of the bandwagon for this one. I didn’t get to see the first season when it was brand new because of Sky Television’s stronghold over the Star Wars Licence until the March following everyone else getting to see the Mandalorian. Now I’m right here for the second series as it comes out, and I’m very excited to talk about it. Despite the movies being on hold, I’m very excited to be a Star Wars fan right now.
We reach the final few episodes of season 2, aside from a few stragglers and I feel I’m making progress through this series at a surprisingly good clip. Jumping right from a trio of episodes detailing the revamped Mandalorians, we take a little side hop to focus another of Mandalorian heritage. Although at this point in the canon, who even knows if Jango Fett even was a Mandalorian or not. And Boba’s status is even more ambiguous. Doesn’t seem like there’s any eventually becoming Mandalore like he did in the old canon.