The last scene is the best so far.
Din Djarin is back with his clan but they have been facing trouble. To what extent will he help them re-build?
The Mandalorian, this time, begins with Carl Weathers’ Greef Karga. Of course, it is about Nevarro then. The focus shifts to that.
C3PO’s lookalike droids make for a huge part of this episode. This, of course, is apart from Greef.
The visuals are great as always. The camera angles enhance the scenes this time around.
This episode is all about Office 68 and Carson Teva. They both have proved to be important in the past and promise to be that once again.
The Mandalorian Din Djarin (played by Pedro Pascal) is introduced much later on the episode. The droid R5 is back. Bo-Katan (Kate Sackhoff) comes in a brief role too. Piz Vizsla takes the lead this time, more than Din too.
Soon after, Baby Yoda aka Grogu comes in the picture. He does nothing more than looking cute.
The music absolutely helps build the scenes. The visuals and execution of scenes is absolutely winning.
Din and Grogu on his lap during action is one again one of the cutest scenes of the series. Every action that follows since is an absolute winner.
The scene with Bo-Katan doesn’t really work. She plays an important part in the series but there’s not much she or anybody offers in the scene. The music, however, helps big time.
The last scene of the episode leaves you curious and uncomfortable. It is the best thing in the whole episode.
The Peter Ramsey directorial episode is okay. It shifts the focus from Din and that works but only to an extent. Once he comes back in the scene, things get better, not story wise but action, visuals and execution wise. The best part about this episode though is the absolute end.