Before you get your fill of Baby Yoda in Episode 4 of Star Wars: The Mandalorian, or before you watch the chapter a second time, check out this terrific Thanksgiving Instagram post from series creator/writer Jon Favreau!
While the obvious assumption may be that Baby Yoda will be a skin for a playable character (like, I don't know, Yoda), that might not be the case.
From Jack Skellington to the Grinch, there are Frappuccinos inspired by all of your favorite characters and now you can order a Baby Yoda Frappuccino.
Vanity Fair describes Baby Yoda's fandom as obsessive, transcending age and experience.
Luckily Entertainment Tonight asked writer, producer, and Star Wars collaborator David Filoni whether "Baby Yoda" is an accurate name for this snuggly little creature, and he said yes and no basically.
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We rounded up some of the funniest takes on the new Baby Yoda meme that'll make your sides split, just like ours when the little guy started messing with Mando's ship controls.
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The heartwarming image quickly made the rounds, with plenty of people making their own jokes.
'Me watching a couple break up loudly on the street while I sip my latte inside Starbucks, ' posted another. 'But Baby Yoda, like, blows you out of the water'. But if you don't have Disney+ you may not understand what Baby Yoda is all about.
The Mandalorian's title character is played by Game Of Thrones and Narcos actor Pedro Pascal.
Since debuting in the first episode of The Mandalorian, Baby Yoda has taken the internet by storm, dominating conversations about the show, which has quite a few other things going for it as well.