The majority of the episode takes place on a verdant jungle planet, where Grogu trains under the direction of Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill), with a little help from Ahsoka Tano (Rosario Dawson). See, it’s crammed with cameos – but they’re certainly welcome after Episode 5 teases that Din is visiting the little green foundry. Apparently this is a version of Luke who is still fascinated by the Force and its implications in the wider galaxy, which is why he built a new Jedi academy.
The episode deals with Luke’s own training with Dagobah as he does an assault course in the woods – all with Grogu strapped to his back. He also explains to Grogu that he has met someone of his kind before: Yoda (Frank Oz). This hammer gives the mystery of Grogu’s past, because we still don’t know much about where he came from before his time at the Jedi Temple on Coruscant. After a brief flashback for Grogu to see Jedi slaying clones in Order 66Apparently the boy had suppressed his memories due to trauma.
But when Din returns to give him the Beskar armor made of spears, Ahsoka points out that if Grogu sees him, it will interfere with his training. Remember, Jedi are meant to stay away from affection. So Mandalorian leaves without saying hello, which is very heartbreaking, quite frankly. But also, understandably, when Din leaves Grogu with Luke so he can learn to influence, and like any parent, he just wants what’s best for his child. Anyone else crying? Alright, continue.
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