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  1. That was funny--cruel but funny. πŸ˜ˆπŸ˜„
  2. @Morrigan2575 The Robot Chicken documentary not just cleared up the question of how Fett got out of the Sarlacc pit but also gave us a key piece of information: He's clearly a Child of the Watch just like Mando, since he never took his helmet off! πŸ˜„ Like other posters here, I wondered how the Slave I tracked the Razor Crest--and the show was really careful about not calling our attention to the issue. Otherwise, you would expect Din to ask at some point how Fett found him and the Child. I doubt we'll ever get a reference to it from the show runners.
  3. Luke didn't knock him into the Sarlaac pit, Han did. We don't know how old he looked as he always had his helmet on. And it's been 5 years since ROTJ. I never liked the look of the Slave 1 (or the name, to tell you the truth). OTOH....when I first went to see "Star Wars" (as it was known back then) on the first day it opened, I was having some problems with Luke right off the bat. He was trying to weasel out of a deal with his uncle, to go to the Imperial academy even though he knew about the Rebellion (and one of his friends had gone to fight with the Rebellion); he lied about a task
  4. That's clearly why Din is all "wherever I go, he goes." Grogu is a "chick magnet." πŸ˜„ (I also like the smile she had when she was "talking" to Grogu and they both glanced over at Din. I wonder what Grogu told her!)
  5. I don't think that Tython (I'm not sure of the spelling) will be reached until near the end of the series. I'm basing that on how I read the choice that will be presented to Grogu. I've seen reactions on YouTube where various people suggest that the choice will be whether to go light or dark with the Force. But Ahsoka suggested, when she said she couldn't/wouldn't train him, that is might be better to just let his connection to the Force fade. So I think the choice Grogu will face on Tython is to choose whether he wishes to walk the path of a Force user or the path of a Mandalorian. A
  6. I have to respectfully disagree. I have my issues with Disney at times but they are not responsible for declaring "Legends" to be non-canonical. You have to go to the High Mucky-Muck himself for that. Lucas has been adamant from the beginning that these books were none of them canon (with one exception at the time but that's changed since Lucas changed the story). Timothy Zahn said back then--and I was more than old enough at the time to read all the interviews--that Lucas didn't care what they wrote, so long as they didn't do what Lucas intended to do. You can't have a better definition
  7. I apologize but this doesn't quite scream great teacher to me: one went darkside and the others were incompetent. My feelings exactly. I liked her in this episode but I won't be sorry if this is the last we see of her in this series.
  8. I really enjoyed the episode. I thought the scene setting was fantastic. I loved how we managed to have a western-style confrontation in the town and a samurai-style confrontation in the compound at the same time. I loved getting background on BY (yeah, Grogu will take a little a time πŸ˜„) and seeing some more development between him and Mando (who was really a totally excited Dad when his "kid" pulled the gear shift handle to him). I love that Din ended up with the beskar spear: while beskar armor provides a defense even against lightsabers (or laser swords!), it does leave areas around the
  9. It didn't help that Dabb also fed the Wincesters, at least from their perspective because there really was no one else visible in Heaven except Bobby and because Sam just seemed to never really move past Dean's death. Covid clearly had an effect but they could have written around it if they'd cared to, which apparently they didn't. Also apparently, this was the group that Dabb gleefully said (without identifying the group) would be the only ones that liked it. For some reason, he thought it would be fun to be as hated as Beniof and Weiss. I also wonder why we had to put up for three ye
  10. I think it will be interesting to now watch the alliance turn on itself. 😈 I don't have a problem if one team tells another that they'll find the location they need "a couple of blocks down on the right side." But these teams have outright either been doing the work for the other or at least showing another team how to do something step by step. I was thinking that a time penalty might be able to stop that: if Team A gives Team B the answer or detailed instructions on how to do the task, Team A--but not Team B--gets a 30-minute (for example) penalty. So Team B now gets the time advant
  11. The blondes were never going to win the race but I came to like and admire them. They never gave up, they never turned on each other, they never got mean toward the other teams, they felt badly about yielding Leo & Alana. I really don't like any of the remaining teams anymore.
  12. Especially as smart racing would be to use it against a strong team that could beat you in the finale.
  13. I would say that it was ironic (but that might be giving Dabb too much credit) that the title of the finale is "Carry On," when Dabb made sure that no one could or did.
  14. As unhappy as I am with this finale as a Dean fan, I wouldn't be all that happy if Sam were my favorite. Not just the death scene--where Sam was written as taking everything his dying brother was trying to give him but not giving even a single sentence of comfort back--but also with his life. Yes, Sam was given the years that Dean was denied but what did he do with them? A family (perhaps, since the mysterious woman was recently described as "partner/co-parent" and not wife, so maybe temporary) and what else? What else did he do with all those years? What did he achieve (not that rais
  15. And I'd read that before they started filming season 14, Jensen wanted to talk to Dabb about Michael--JA was having some trouble figuring out how Dabb wanted it to go and he asked for some direction. Dabb basically blew him off and said, "Whatever" but he had time to sit down with JP and talk about how the season would go, and do the same sort of thing with AC. So Dabb didn't like Dean--I remember that comic and that point that @ILoveReading mentioned was where I stopped reading, and it wasn't the only thing like that--and didn't particularly like Jensen.
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