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Has anyone seen this gem? A spaghetti western cut trailer for The Mandalorian? It’s pretty sweet.

https://youtu.be/SWJrG3Ua5Kk

(On my phone and I can’t seem to get the embed to work)


OMG, that is AWESOME!

here you go:



 
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[/QUOTE]

Everybody knows Dengar came along shortly after and helped Fett out. Wink[/QUOTE]

Thanks to Disney, we don't know that. It isn't canon anymore.




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- "Which part?"
- "The part right before god gets angry"
 
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Originally posted by Veeper:
Has anyone seen this gem? A spaghetti western cut trailer for The Mandalorian? It’s pretty sweet.

https://youtu.be/SWJrG3Ua5Kk

(On my phone and I can’t seem to get the embed to work)


OMG, that is AWESOME!

here you go:

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'L Adorable cracked me up.
 
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Holy crap! The Prisoner was an amazing episode. The best one yet.

Also, I’m starting to think that was Moff Gideon that walked up to Ming Na Wen’s character at the end of the last episode. The cape fits. I forgot he was coming.
 
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Holy crap! The Prisoner was an amazing episode. The best one yet.

Also, I’m starting to think that was Moff Gideon that walked up to Ming Na Wen’s character at the end of the last episode. The cape fits. I forgot he was coming.


Did you recognize the three X wing pilots at the end? Wink
 
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A little obscure, but did anyone recognize who did the voice of Zero? Smile




 
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That guy from the British IT comedy???


Good...Bad...I'm the guy with the gun!!!
 
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That guy from the British IT comedy???


Wink




 
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The Republic crewman on the Prison ship was Matt Lanter who voiced Anakin in the Clone Wars series.
 
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I loved the IT Crowd. I wished they would continue it.

I have weird taste. I liked him in The Watch as well.
 
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Holy crap! The Prisoner was an amazing episode. The best one yet.

Also, I’m starting to think that was Moff Gideon that walked up to Ming Na Wen’s character at the end of the last episode. The cape fits. I forgot he was coming.


Did you recognize the three X wing pilots at the end? Wink

Dave Filoni
and the other two directors of the series.
 
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This one was the best one yet. I LOVED it when the X-Wings showed up at the end.

I honestly thought Baby Yoda was going to snap that droid's neck.



"Star Wars Fatigue" my butt. . .



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That episode was chock full of guest stars. Nobody mentioned Clancy Brown under all the Devoronian makeup and the Twi’lek was the lady from Game of Thrones and Harry Potter.

And of course, Bill Burr and Mark Boone Junior who was Bobbie Elvis from Sons of Anarchy.
 
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A little obscure, but did anyone recognize who did the voice of Zero? Smile


 
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^^ Big Grin




 
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I was grabbed by the first two episodes, but the series has been sliding downhill ever since. Episode 6 was entertaining as a standalone piece, but it did absolutely zip to move the story arc. No character development, no plot twists, no advancement at all. Just a Suicide Squad prison break movie in a Star Wars setting.

I'll keep watching, but I need more from the series.


J


"But he was pierced for our transgressions, he was crushed for our iniquities; the punishment that brought us peace was upon him, and by his wounds we are healed." - Isaiah 53:5
 
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My expectations are so low for Rise of the Skywalker that I'm super happy with the Mandalorian. It's not amazing, it's not bad, it's just fine, and it does no disservice to fans and I'm good with that.
 
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I was grabbed by the first two episodes, but the series has been sliding downhill ever since. Episode 6 was entertaining as a standalone piece, but it did absolutely zip to move the story arc. No character development, no plot twists, no advancement at all. Just a Suicide Squad prison break movie in a Star Wars setting.


Well, not every series can be like Firefly (which had more character development in 14 episodes than most series do in their entire run). . .

They are a whopping 6 episodes into the series. I think they have done an OUTSTANDING job so far, especially considering this is a first of its kind and they had to play it safe (If Mando tanked, they would have to possibly write off any future Star Wars series).

Heck, the first two seasons of Star Trek Next Gen were garbage (and I'm a rabid TrekNerd), with only a handful of Season 3 episodes worth watching. They didn't really catch their stride for 3 full years.

Plot twists - I never saw it coming that he would have imprisoned the other characters; I thought it was obvious that he killed them all off-screen. And I thought the droid would try to escape with Baby Yoda once he found out how valuable he was - I didn't expect the droid to just (try to) up and shoot him.

As far as 'character development' goes; it's a marathon, not a sprint. I really liked this one. Of course, I could see the tracking beacon leading the authorities to the space station from a mile away, but that was part of the fun. I thought he was going to chuck it out the hatch right when he was leaving.



No arsenal is so formidable as the will and moral courage of free men and women.
Ronald Reagan
 
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Baby Yoda - Bohemian Rhapsody

 
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New episode is out, very well done IMO.

Nice return of characters, and a good cliffhanger.

I seem to remember reading there are only eight episodes to Season 1, and very much looking forward to the next one.

I hope Season 2 is closer than Nov 2020 though, almost a year seems like quite the wait.
 
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