Mandalorian season 2 episode 6 recap: Baby Yoda and Mando make a phone call

Mando and Grugu take to the skies.


Mandalorian Season 2 continued Disney plus On Friday, Episode 6 hit the streaming service. On the heels of last week’s revelations of Baby Yoda Real name and origin, Former jedi Ahso Tano Sent Mando (Pedro Pascal) to the planet Tython. There, little Grugg can arrive via force, possibly reaching a master who can train him.

Episode 6 is rather chillingly titled The Tragedy – we all went “Uh oh, right?” – – and Robert Rodriguez (Desprado, From Dusk Till Don and directed by Alita: Battle Angel) And written by series producer John Favreau.

Come, climb the mountain of SPOILERS.

Failed constellation

Boba Phet reborn

The land of Razor Crest on Tyton and Grugge begins to arrive with the Force, a second ship arrives – Slave I. You may recognize it as the terrifying ship of Boba Fate (Toomera Morrison). We already knew he was alive And he knew that Mando had acquired his armor over Tatoin. It is revealed that he decided to do this at the most dramatic moment.

Boba just wants that armor back, and enlists the killer Fennek Shand (Ming-na Wen) to help him get it. Last time We saw him, he was shot in the gut and left to die in the sand of Tetuin, but we find out that Boba was the mysterious person who had gone to him after that incident. He fixed her belly with some cybernetic parts, and now they are super talented friends.

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Mando, Fennec Shand and Boba Phet team up like the super best friends!

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Boba and Fennek’s conversation for armor is interrupted by the arrival of Imperial troop carriers, who kick all kinds of asses. Boba initially wipes out the Stormtroopers in this Tuscan Raider outfit (the gaffic stick is very effective), but presets any further interaction and grabs his armor from the razor crest.

The good thing is also that since an Imperial cruiser destroys Mando’s ship with an orbital strike shortly after. Goodbye Razor Crest, you were originally the Millennium Falcon of this show and we’ll miss you.

With his armor again, Boba becomes Boba Fett we’ve always dreamed of. He easily wipes out the Stormtroopers and shoots both of the fleeing military crew using a rocket.

Unfortunately, Imperial Mof Gideon (Giancarlo Esposito) sends his Dark troopers Before Mando and his new friends can reach the younger man to snatch the weak Grug.

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