Warning: There are spoilers ahead for The Mandalorian season 2 episode 4!
It looks we’re gonna have to wait at least another week to see Ahsoka Tano in The Mandalorian season 2. But a reunion on Nevarro may signal big trouble ahead for Mando and the Child. Disney+ has premiered the fourth episode of the season 2, and we want to know what the Superhero Hype community thinks about it!
Before Mando could act on his tip from Bo-Katan Kryze, he and the Child had to land on Nevarro for major repairs on the Razor Crest. That also led to a reunion with Greef Karga and Cara Dune, who warmly greeted them. Additionally, Mando was reintroduced to Mythrol, his first bounty on this series. With the Child temporarily placed in a new sch0ol, Karga and Dune recruited Mando to help them destroy the last Imperial base on Nevarro.
With the reluctant help of Mythrol, the trio easily stormed the base. However, they also encountered disturbing clone bodies and a key recording by Dr. Pershing. His reference to the Child’s high “M-count” may be the first acknowledgment of midi-chlorians in years. Regardless, Mando was more interested in the news that Moff Gideon is still alive.
Mando raced back to town to retrieve the Child, while Dune, Karga, and Mythrol narrowly escaped the facility. After a thrilling race to survive, the trio were saved by Mando in the repaired Razor Crest. Mando said his farewells over the radio, but it wasn’t a happy ending. Somewhere else in the galaxy, Gideon received word from a spy on Nevarro. Now, Gideon knows that Mando still has the Child, and there’s a tracking beacon installed in the Razor Crest. It sounds like Mando may be bringing some serious danger to Ahsoka’s current home next week.
The Mandalorian season 2’s first four episodes are currently streaming on Disney+. Episode 5 will arrive on Friday, November 27.
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