Fangirl Loves Star Wars: The Mandalorian: Chapter 12: “The Seige”

I’m Addressing The Problematic: Bringing this one over from The 007 Project. Gina Carrano is a transphobic garbage person. This is hugely disappointing. I’m not going to bring it up every time I bring up Cara Dune in this review, just blanketing it. She sucks. Trans rights are human rights!

Mando and LBY realize that The Razor Crest is not going to make it to Forest Planet to meet Ahsoka (AKA we’re not to Filoni’s episode yet and no one else is allowed to into us to his perfect daughter, Ahsoka.) so they stop off to visit with their old friends, Griff Carga and Cara Dune. They put LBY in school while they plan a caper to raid an old Empire ship.

They do! They beat up on Storm Troopers. LBY does not make friends at school, but there is a shitty kid who has space macarons and doesn’t share them with LBY. It’s tragic and sad, and fuck that kid, give LBY a damn cookie.

The actual story is that it turns out, the remnants of the Empire have been searching for Force Sensitive children to isolate the “M” gene. (MIDICHLORIANS!) Why do they want this? To make Snokes and ressurect the Emperor presumably.

This is a pretty straightforward episode, that Carl Weathers directed. Good for you Carl Weathers. It just was not a meaty enough episode to distract me from the coming of Ahsoka. I know that I’m a weirdo that way.

Next week, when we actually meet her, I will get into the lengthy discussions my friends and I had regarding recasting her, especially given Katee Sackoff playing Bo Katan, who she also voiced. But that’s next week. This week we mostly talked about Gina Carrano being shitty, and that kid not giving LBY a cookie.

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