Thanks to the Force! The Mandalorians returned with Season 2 on Friday, a full 10 months after its freshman finale landed on Disney +. And with that came some questions.
Chapter 9 aka “The Marshal”, which has been fully summarized here, revolved around the title Mando (played by Pedro Pascal) in collaboration with Cobb Vanth (JustifiedTimothy Olyphant) – Boba Fett’s self-proclaimed, armored attorney in a Tatooine town – and a local group of Tusken attackers to defeat a Krayt dragon. After this pest control was done, Mando and the child resumed their search when a familiar figure watched …
Here are some of the questions I and others had from the premiere – keeping in mind my own war of stars Consumption never ventured much further than the films and some EU novels.
Was Peli Mott’s R5 unit the same droid? Episode IV: A New Hope?
Yes, as TVLine reader Playhouse was quick to comment on our round-up, this was the same R5-D4 Luke Skywalker’s uncle almost bought from the Jawas – but when it didn’t work, C3PO nudged the farmer to use R2-D2 instead.
Has Mando’s POV changed on droids?
It seems so, considering how well allowed Peli Mott’s Trio to play the razor crest all over again – possibly because IG-11 helped in so many ways in the final?
Have we ever seen a Krayt dragon?
Live action and in the flesh? No, but we do tat see the skeletal remains of one in Episode IV: A New Hopejust before C3PO was “rescued” by the Jawas’ sand crawler on Tatooine.
Why did Cobb Vanth’s Landspeeder look a bit familiar?
Because it appears to be a single engine very similar to the young Anakin Skywalker’s bespoke podracer Episode I. was called – which makes sense, since this sequence of course also took place on Tatooine.
Was the Krayt Dragon’s den the Sarlacc pit (from Jedi Revenge)?
Ha, that would be quite a fool. And as mentioned before, there are many Sarlacc pits. I guess if they wanted us to think / know war the same thing Return of the Jedi, into which Boba Fett finally fell “fatally”, they would have hammered us on the head much more with a flyover that indicates his familiar mouth.
What was the ball the Tusken triumphantly fished from the dragon’s remains?
As we have seen, a Krayt Dragon devours when it rises for a large crowd quantity of dirt and stones on the way. The larger stones that are not digested tumble and tumble around in the stomach, slowly but surely polished to a shine. in the war of stars Tradition has such a pearl considerably Worth, rarely, as they are supposed to be taken from a killed Krayt dragon. (Sometimes they can also contain fragments of Kyber crystals, such as those used to power a lightsaber.)
What did Cobb Vanth mean when he said when he returned his armor, “You tell your people that I wasn’t one who broke this”?
He pointed specifically to the jetpack and either alluded to when a “blind” Han Solo came in Return of the Jedi Inadvertently he nudged Boba Fett in the back with a stick and set fire to the jetpack unit – or possibly when Mando himself deliberately hit / triggered Vanth’s jetpack during the fight with the dragon.
War that definitely Boba Fett in the end?
It is very, very probably, as much as some consider it sacrilege to transform the gruesome death of character into a thousand years of slow digestion. It is no small leap to accept that once Boba Fett somehow betrayed that fate, he would stay on the same desert planet and maybe even stay close to Cobb Vanth, who was in possession of his armor. (Also, this particular Jango Fett clone was allowed to age normally, so its older appearance – played by Temuera Morrison from the 2002s – was played for what it is Attack of the clones – makes sense.) But will Boba stay on Mando’s heels now? We will see.
What exactly is the plan to locate the type of child?
Although Mando said that by finding another Mandalorian he can find a way through his “network of covert” people, it is currently unclear how this will lead him to Baby Yoda’s kind – unless the idea is to find someone who knows Mandalore well, the great one who might have a pearl on other Jedi.
Was “The Marshal” the longest episode of The Mandalorians so far?
Yes, whether counted according to the total running time (52 minutes, minus the summary) or the actual content (47 minutes, also minus the credits) – better than the record set at the finale of the first season.
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