Daisy Ridley on The Mandalorian’s Baby Yoda Egg Eating Scandal

Daisy Ridley on The Mandalorian’s Baby Yoda Egg Eating Scandal
Daisy Ridley on The Mandalorian’s Baby Yoda Egg Eating Scandal
Hard to believe in a series as pleasantly predictable as Disney + Star wars series The Mandalorian would never be mired in controversy. But, alas, that’s exactly what happened at the start of Season 2 when Baby Yoda started eating unfertilized frog eggs in Episode 2, “The Passenger.” The eggs in question belonged to Frog Lady, a passenger hitchhiking on Razor Crest so that she could find her husband. Frog Lady was carrying a precious cargo: unfertilized eggs which were the last of his line. Needless to say, protecting the eggs was of the utmost importance; Baby Yoda, a 50-year-old toddler, had other plans. Motivated by the overriding need to satiate his hunger, this child ate Frog Lady’s eggs – something The Mandalorian the team played to be funny and intentionally disturbing, but mostly disturbing.

Since the Baby Yoda egg-eating scandal has now become a hot issue across the galaxy, it was only a matter of time before a Star wars alum would finally weigh and give his opinion on the offense of the foreign child. This Star wars alum ended up being Daisy Ridley, a big fan of The Mandalorian who shared his thoughts on this Baby Yoda plot point while chatting with IGN about his upcoming movie, Chaos March.

When the subject has been raised, the Star wars The actor responded by joking, “Oh, cancel the crop. Look, Mando has to eat, Yoda has to get strong. It’s just that, ”before saying,“ I’m like, ‘Yoda, do your thing.’ The creature [Frog Lady] got to where she needed to be with the eggs. It’s perfect. It was beautiful. “

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Speaking of Star warsRelated to the questions, IGN was also keen to ask Ridley if she would be interested in returning to the sci-fi franchise and reprising her sequel trilogy role from Rey Skywalker. It makes sense that a Rey return is possible as the Star wars the universe is growing; seeing more of Ridley is not beyond the realm of possibility.

However, Ridley seems perfectly happy with where Rey ended up at the end of Star Wars – Episode IX – The Rise of Skywalker. As she told IGN, “I think for me the beauty of Episode IX is that it ends with such hope and potential. I just felt like it was the perfect ending for Rey. The great battle was in episodes VII, VIII and IX. I really think she’s probably running in the forest somewhere having a good time [after the events of The Rise of Skywalker].  »

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She continued, “I feel totally, totally happy with the end of this story. I just don’t know what else she could do that I don’t have to do. Plus, there are so many amazing characters in Star wars, that it’s kind of an amazing thing. I was watching the new episode of Mandalorien, and it’s just like the places he can go beyond, even where he is now, it’s so exciting. ”

The Mandalorian Season 2 is now streaming on Disney +. New episodes of The Mandalorian Season 2 releases every Friday. To find out more, read our mid-season review and find the latest Disney + updates here.


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