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Discussion in 'TV Board' started by Truman, Nov 12, 2019.
First episode was pretty pretty good.
Holy moly a baby yoda
Getting started. Gotta binge with this week trial.
It's being released weekly. Youre not going to be able to binge it all in a week
Well damnit. That’s what I’m conditioned for!
I believe subsequent episodes will be released on Fridays
Really liked it. Show felt...desolate. Like the planets Mando is on.
Does this have the feeling of Rougue One?
It's gritty and grimey if that's what youre asking.
Yes please then
Do I need to know anything about the new movies? And by new, I mean anything other than the original 3.
After 1 episode, it doesn’t seem like it.
Only think that would help for context is that this takes place 5 years after Return of the Jedi
Finished first episode. Loved it. Trying to dampen further expectations.
wonder if/how they bring back IG-11 after it was shot at the end of the episode
If they bring him back just chalk it up to droids bring repairable I guess.
I was pretty unimpressed to be honest but I had pretty high expectations
Really enjoyed that
Not a lot of actual story but fantastic world building, cinematography, acting, etc.
I wish I could binge it all. I guess this will be a weekly-Tuesday release?
That was fucking awesome.
I have spoken.
Loved the score and the < 40 minute runtime.
Baby 50 year old Yoda is the cutest thing in fucking history.
Dirt Has Spoken
Didn't realize until the end of the episode that I didn't know the name of Yoda's species only to find out it's never been revealed
Yeah there’s nothing known about his species at all really
Any non-EU readings on the Mandalorians. Obviously know about the Fetts and the clones but what’s the deal with that ceremonial smelting and such?
Except that they are the cutest Fucking 50 year olds in the universe.
Just finished Ep. 1
fucking loved everything;
Probably the most underrated part were the subtle nods to the OG trilogy; an Ugnaught, an IG-series bounty droid, a entry droid that was the same kind as Jabba’s palace. The Salacious Crumbs on a spit/in cages, Carbonite freezing...it wasn’t all in your face like hahaha here’s R2D2
In the OT and the old EU I’m pretty sure he’s the only one. I think there’s another one in the background at the Jedi Temple in the PT but not sure.
Non EU as in the new canon?
Yaddle. She and Yoda are the only ones and nothing else is known, by design
And here I thought Disney was gonna make bank with Baby Groot
AND THEY OUTDID THEMSELVES WITH FUCKING BABY YODA
give me all of it
The show only reinforces my belief that Filoni should replace KK as head of Lucasfilm.
If you're looking for a "Kevin Fiege for Star Wars" there's your man.
Really enjoyed this first episode and it gives me high hopes that maybe the future of Star Wars isn't fucked.
Side note: Taking care of a baby for 50+ years sounds like a never-ending nightmare.
Writing needs to improve...
Liked everything but the dialogue.
Really, really enjoyed it. The fact that Boba Fett was no where to be found should automatically give it an A from everyone.
Loved it. I think the score might have been my favorite part.
Utterly fantastic. Will continue to watch.
Bonus that my wife seemed engaged with it, excitedly asking questions afterwards.
I don’t even know how to describe it, but the score during his entrance to the cantina at the beginning was amazing. Like a weird almost creature-like wail.
I’m not sure my wife was interested until that last scene
I was all-in before it started, but that ending has my expectations skyrocketing.
isn't there a significant sect of the fanbase that hates him?
Star Wars fans hate most-everything, so that doesn't really hold much sway.
Rewatched it and liked it on the second watch
that’s the exciting thing about TV series. They can be more subtle
Are future episodes going to be longer? Kinda felt dick teased
Ship-sized carbon freezing unit seemed a little convenient given they had an entire floor and huge equipment dedicated to it at Bespin.
Bespin was an industrial site and it wasn’t ever used for humans before Han. Maybe you don’t need such a big carbon freezer if it’s designed for humans and it can fit on a ship.
I suppose the Mandalorian just adopted what Vader/Fett did with Han in ESB. Maybe in the five-six years since bounty hunters realized carbon freezing was an effective way to move their prisoners.
Since, you know, it was an unheard of thing that Fett didn't like when Vader proposed it in Empire.
For all we know Han might have jump-started the miniaturization of the entire industry. Fett could have shown how effective it was.