This episode deals with Mando making a new ally and fighting off the remnant of Imperial power, though the parallels stop there. Whether Baby Yodas continued to do so because he didn't understand their significance or just didn't care, it was still upsetting to watch, knowing that Frog Lady is one of the last of her kind, and this is her last batch of eggs, her last hope to continue her family line. Bo-Katan asks, "Does he have it?" referring to Moff Gideon's ownership of the Darksaber.
In the end, though, he's overwhelmed by the attackers and not backed up by Gideon's other forces. It made sense as they're aquatic species and Trask is an ocean world.
Who is in the cast of The Mandalorian Season 2? There still has not been much character development yet, but these moments where Mando tries teaching The Child about things or seeing the people affected by his actions still serve as nice moments that show his humanity. This episode goes the furthest in that direction thus far, and teases even more.
Well, dear reader, Ahsoka is the lead character of the "Stars Wars" animated series "The Clone Wars" and also happens to be Anakin Skywalker's former apprentice. That raises a larger question of how much Mando actually knows of true Mandalorian history - as we saw in The Clone Wars, Death Watch members (including Bo-Katan back in the day, a fact she pointedly forgets to mention) were extremists, and it stands to reason that Din Djarin and other foundlings were raised to know nothing of Mandalore's pacifist years or Duchess Satine Kryze's legacy. As we reported, Katee Sackhoff appeared as Bo-Katan Kryze, a prominent figure in the final arc of The Clone Wars. We discover that Moff Gideon is well aware that Bo is after him and the Darksaber, setting up a potentially epic fight for the ancient weapon at some point int he future. That's because Maldo Kreis is the same planet that Din traveled to in the very first episode of The Mandalorian, as he hunted down a Mythrol with a bounty on its head.
I'm really looking forward to seeing more from Sasha Banks in this season of The Mandalorian. It is one that could have fallen under its ambition and hype, but director Bryce Dallas Howard makes another noteworthy episode in the series as she ties a few pieces of Star Wars lore together in exciting fashion with some pretty great action pieces.
Earlier this year, Variety reported that "Briarpatch" star Rosario Dawson had been cast to play the powerful Jedi. Since Episode 1, fans have been waiting for her to appear and it looks like that wait might be coming to an end soon. When Mando explains that he is now quested to reunite the Child with other Jedi, Bo-Katan says she can lead him to one of the kid's kind - but first, of course, she needs his help in pirating a huge weapons cache from an about-to-depart Imperial freighter. She tells Mando to take the child to the city of Caladan on the forest planet of Corvus where he'll find Ahsoka Tano. 'Another side quest episode I didn't need to see. Still, it's outstanding to know that Tano's appearance is finally in play. He refuses to answer and sacrifices himself before she can get information, but it does show us where this is heading.
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