What is the laundry situation? Mando and Grogu have been wearing the same clothes for three years now. Jim demands to know what Baby Yoda smells like. Someone get ready to catch him when he passes out from the fumes. Will Star Wars figure out the secret sauce for future crossovers? Will the real Gideon please show us his mustache? Catch this Season 3 catch-all episode of feedback for The Mandalorian.
The finale didn’t land with some critics, but Jim and A.Ron liked it! When you let go of “what could have been”, you’ll enjoy the swarms of Mandos, fight scenes, and Giancarlo Esposito. What will be next for this found family? Your hosts share some season 4 hopes. And you can share yours by sending in an email!
In the previous episode, The Mandalorian gave us a nuanced look at the consciousness of droids. In this episode, Grogu pilots a droid carcass like a mech. The horror! But that’s not the only scary thing. An old enemy sOmEhOw returns, the Double F’s have to steer this ship to line up with Episode 9, and Michael Jordan’s tequila is expensive! But one question remains, who are the spies?
Jason from Podcastica joins Jim to discuss the latest episode of The Mandalorian. There’s battle, intrigue, and an interspecies love story! Christopher Lloyd is there to bring his old man weirdness to Star Wars, and we gotta say, it’s good to have him here. Mando and Bo explore a new world. Then Bo throws down the gauntlet to retake her fleet. It’s an eventful episode.
As the series goes on, its message surrounding politics gets muddy. What is this show trying to say, if anything at all? Meanwhile, the Armorer sends Bo-Katan on Rumspringa. Moff Gideon’s ship is found with remnants of Beskar. And you CANNOT make A.Ron watch any Star Wars cartoons, ok??!!?
When baby’s first words are “This is the way”, you may need to rethink your priorities as a parent. Not only does this episode deliver on some exciting action, this is the redemption tour for Ahmed Best. Not sure who that is? Don’t worry! Jim and A.Ron dive into his story and why his appearance here is so important in this episode of Tribe of Two.
Mando completes the ritual to be a recognized Mandalorian again, but that doesn’t mean he’s free from problems. There are whispers of Moff Gideon’s alleged escape. Bo-Katan wavers on her personal beliefs. And someone is collecting junk heap urinal cakes. This episode begs the question…is this just another backdoor pilot??
This season of The Mandalorian is wasting no time on sidequests. There’s action and fun for the whole family. And this episode raises some interesting questions. Who is the title referring to? How would a Mandalorian helmet work for Grogu? Which droid history is correct? And Jim makes some end of season predictions.
You’ve got burning questions and A.Ron and Jim have some cool answers. How was the experience of watching this episode different for show-only watcher v. a game player? Does FEDRA kill people for not passing the vibe check? What is the safe transport speed behind a horse when you have a gut wound? What is the evolution of a runner?
Don your helmet, Mando and Grogu are among the stars again. Will the cult of Mandalore accept Din Djarin back into their ranks? Will Bo-Katan pursue Mando and the Darksaber? And what are droids doing at a bar? Get a sneak peak of Jim and A.Ron’s Mandalorian thoughts and coverage plans.