1176 – Finding Droid Bars | Mandaborian on Mandalorian Chapter 21 S3E6
Sometimes for bed you go to the place where every droid knows their name. Finding new friends just in time for bed, you’ll travel by tubes and see a dreamland.
Episode 1176 – Finding Droid Bars | Mandaborian on Mandalorian Chapter 22 S3 E6
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SCOOTER: Friends beyond the binary, ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, it’s time for the podcaster who’s recording from his car. Not a spaceship, but I guess…I wonder how much…the difference between a cockpit and a driver’s seat is. It’s not very…I’m sure that some cars call their driver’s seats cockpits. I wonder if there’s ever…you know, the…this is…there’s the stories, but don’t let…what about a cockatiel in a cockpit? Has there ever been a pilot — I mean, I’m sure it wouldn’t be on a commercial airline — that has a pet cockatiel? Or just a book; The Cockatiel…I’ll have to do that as a episode. Please remind me of this, 'cause right now I’m in my car recording. But I was just thinking, if my car is the same size as the M1…I don't even know…I think the M1s might be even smaller, right?
‘Cause does…yeah, 'cause Baby Oso…it’s like a one-seater, not even a two-seater, 'cause Oso’s in the Mandalorian’s lap. So, anyway, just thinking about…is is the M1 or the N1? Also don’t know that. That’s the Mandalorian’s new ship this season. You know what? I’m about to take off on a journey to dreamland. Welcome to Sleep With Me, the podcast that puts you to sleep. I’m here to keep you company as you fall asleep, because you deserve a good night’s sleep, and because myself and a lot of other listeners have been there in the deep, dark night, tossing, turning, mind racing. Structurally what to expect; we’ve got support — that’s how the show comes out twice a week for free — then we’ve got a long, meandering intro. You do not want to miss out on that intro.
It’s meant to ease you into bedtime, and it’s kinda the one thing that…most regular listeners hear some part of the intro, and that’s about it. But there are people that hear the whole show. That’s why the shows are over an hour, because there’s no pressure to fall asleep. But the intro eases you into bedtime. It makes you feel a part of something, 'cause you’re here with me and there’s a bunch of other people gathered around the proverbial warm, safe place, or at a distance. Holy cow…you say, yeah, I’d prefer to look at that warm safe place from a distance. So, whether you’re traveling in a spaceship like the Mandalorian or you’re singing from a distance like Bette Midler would, it’s time for the podcast…oh, so the long, meandering intro, then support, then we’ll talk about the…Season 3 of The Mandalorian, but in a super-meandering way. I’m so glad you’re here. Welcome to Sleep With Me, the podcast that puts you to sleep. Thanks for making it possible, my patron peeps.
INTRO: [INTRO MUSIC] Hey, are you up all night tossing, turning, mind racing? Trouble getting to sleep? Trouble staying asleep? Well, welcome. This is Sleep With Me, the podcast that puts you to sleep. We do it with a bedtime story. Alls you need to do is get in bed, turn out the lights, and press Play. I’m gonna do the rest. What I’m going to attempt to do is create a safe place where you could set aside whatever’s keeping you awake. It could be thoughts, things on your mind, thoughts about the past, the present, the future. So thoughts, thinking thoughts, thoughts…it could be feelings, anything coming up for you emotionally related to those thoughts or feelings that are there, feelings that have been there, thoughts, things…you know, feelings about your thoughts or physical sensations.
It could be changes in time, temperature, routine, you could have your…I could relate to that. My routine has been disrupted. You could have something coming up, you could be going through something, you could have guests, you could be traveling, you could just have a big something coming up whether it’s something school-related or life-related. Or you might not know why. That’s what happens to me most of the time. I say, I tried all that stuff and I’m still having a little bit of trouble getting to sleep. So, whatever it is, I’m glad you’re here. What I’m gonna do is I’m gonna send my voice across the deep, dark night. I’m gonna use lulling, soothing, creaky, dulcet tones, pointless meanders, and superfluous tangents.
That means I’m gonna go off topic, I’m gonna get mixed up, then I’m gonna forget what I was saying, then I’ll double…and I’ll say, wait a second, what was I saying? Then I’ll double back and then I’ll repeat…repetitive stuff, stuff that doesn’t make any sense. Creaky, dulcet tones mean my…means my voice is not traditionally soothing. It’s just here to keep you company. Other things you need to know is this show is really…most people don’t like it on the first couple listens, 'cause it’s very different. I’ll explain to you a lot of why or kind of…but I mean, obviously, also if you’ve had trouble sleeping like myself and a lot of other listeners, you might be frustrated, skeptical, doubtful. You’ve probably had other things that people have said, oh, you gotta try this.
As we talk about, kissing…oh my gosh, have you tried kissing your shoulders? You’d say, I thought that was the idea…that idea was just a metaphor that the guy on the sleep…the weird sleep podcast used. Oh, I don't know where it’s from. Oh, no; it’s a ancient idea. You kiss your shoulders, as long as you’re flexible enough. If not, you blow…you don’t really blow a kiss; you push a kiss to your shoulders. Okay, this is new, though. This is…sounds like a new technique. Well, yeah, in case you don’t want to…probably it’s best to start with pushing a kiss. Well, how do you push a kiss? It’s like blowing a kiss, but without your hands. Okay, tell me…I was trying to introduce the sleep podcast, but tell me more. Okay, well, you know on the sleep podcast, that guy says kiss your shoulders. It’s a way of expressing self-love.
Shoulders are pretty nice. They can be unappreciated, but they can be hard to reach. Okay, I’m with you. I understand that. So, in this case, you just kinda…it’s…like I said, it’s the same as blow…you pucker your lips. You could make a kissing sound, but you don’t need to, and then you make a motion, like a kissing motion with your lips, and aim it at your shoulders. So, turn your head towards your shoulder. Okay, I’m doing that as I’m recording. Then send a kiss there. Push it…you’re pushing the kiss from your lips to your shoulder. Okay, that’s great, and that’s one technique that’s out there, but if you’ve tried other…and actually, kissing your shoulders could be…it won't work. That’s the thing. Honestly, it could be a part of a routine that works. Like, kissing your shoulders and practicing self-love, it does work for me. Hold on.
Yeah, I…hold on, I’m gonna blow a kiss to my…or, what are they called? Pushing a kiss. Okay, I just pushed a kiss to my left shoulder and I kissed my right shoulder, and that does work as a part of a routine, like saying, hey, I love you, and my body, sometimes it needs a little kiss, and sometimes I’m sitting in my car in a garage at somebody else’s place, recording a sleep podcast, and…but it doesn’t…some people would say, have you tried kissing your shoulders? Oh, it works every time for me. I would say, kissing my shoulders is part of a routine where I practice some empathy and compassion with myself, and…so, if you’re doubtful when you get to Sleep With Me, maybe you’ve got…oh, you’re doing…oh, I did try kissing my shoulders.
Okay, let me see your technique, 'cause you’re probably doing it wrong, 'cause it works for me every time. It puts me right to sleep. You’re telling me that kissing your shoulders puts you right to sleep? Oh yeah, 100%…that’s a person that falls asleep all the time, you know? So, if you’re doubtful or skeptical, I’m glad you are, 'cause that’s natural. Now, if you already loathe me and the show, sleepwithmepodcast.com/nothankyou has other sleep podcasts and sleepy stuff out there, 'cause the show’s just not gonna work for everybody. I’m not everybody’s cup of tea. So, what else do you need to know? Sleep With Me podcast…oh, this show doesn’t work for everybody, but give it a few tries.
That’s just what…I think over a million people have said, it took two or three tries for me to get used to your podcast, 'cause one, I didn’t realize it was a podcast you only kind of listen to. At first I was listening to it, waiting to get started, and then on the third try I realized, oh, you’re serious about kissing your shoulders, but you’re also serious that it only kinda barely makes any…it almost barely makes sense, and that’s the show. It’s almost…we’re almost never always going some…going almost anywhere. So, it’s a podcast you just barely listen to. You could just kinda treat me like a friend. You say, uh-huh, uh-huh, okay, sure. Kissing your shoulders; that’s great. It’s also a podcast that doesn’t put you to sleep. I’m here to keep you company while you fall asleep.
Like I said, the shows are over an hour, so there’s no pressure to fall asleep. There’s people who listen who can’t sleep at all, and I’m here to keep them company to the very end, and I’m here to keep you company to the very end whether you’re listening or awake. So, just kinda see how it goes as a listener, and some nights are gonna be different than other nights, or some episodes and shows are gonna eventually work for you better than other ones. Alls I could say is my job is to be your friend, bore-friend, your bore-bae, your bore-sib, your bore-bud, your bore-bestie, your neigh-bore, your bore-bor, your bore-bud, your friend to keep you company and talk, and you don’t have to listen to me or clean up after me or anything like that. Structurally…can also throw people off.
The show is structured in a very specific way, and the reason why it’s structured the way it is, is…it starts out with a greeting; friends beyond the binary, ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, so you feel seen and welcomed in and you say, oh, okay, I might…I get the tone of that show. I feel comfortable, or I feel comfortable looking at it from afar. Then there’s support so the show could be free, which works for more people than the show just being subscription-only. Then there’s a long, meandering intro which we’re into, which introduces you to the podcast but also, for most listeners, is a part of their wind-down or a part of their easing into bedtime, because you know, if you’re like me, you just don’t fall asleep. It just doesn’t work that way.
I slept in my bed the first time in a week, and that was only one night because my downstairs of my place flooded with water; that’s where the bedrooms are. I practiced my routine last night because I knew I was gonna need it. I knew I was gonna need to wind down and slowly ease myself into bedtime even more than normal because my routine’s been disrupted, my bed is in a different place, I have different floors in my room. My room is filled with almost everything from the other rooms in the place, so it’s…and I slept really good. I really needed a good night’s sleep, and I got a pretty good night’s sleep, and part of that was having a wind-down. For some people, it might be while you’re listening, while you’re getting ready for bed. Other people might be in bed getting comfortable.
Last night I was just laying there using a heating pad on my back. So, whatever it is, just kinda see how it goes. There’s some people who are falling asleep. There’s some people who skip the intro. So, you’ll adjust as you become a regular listener if the show works for you. What else do you need to know? Oh, then after that will be support, then we’ll talk about The Mandalorian, and it’ll be…even if you’ve never seen the show…most people are like, that’s not what happened in the…that’s not…you say, how hard is it for you to say Din Djarin? I’d say, is that…? I don't know. Most people would say…I’d say, what’s the difference between a Moff and a moffat? I don't know. I have no idea. Has there ever been a book; The Moffs of Hoff, or Hoth? Or how about David Hoff: The Moff? He just got a new deal.
I can’t remember what it was, though, but I’ve seen him…oh, Eurorail; he’s doing…for some sort…I don't know if it’s Eurorail, but that doesn’t have anything to do with it. I guess they could have a Star Wars train and he could be on it as the Moff. I don't know what Moff means, either. I like Star Wars, but I don't retain very much information about anything. Okay, so, I think that’s it. I guess that’s why I make the show. That’s the structure and what to expect. I’m really glad you’re here. I work really hard. I yearn and I strive. That’s why I make the show, because I’ve been there. Like I said, tossing, turning, mind racing. I can relate to how it feels in the deep, dark night. So can a lot of other people that listen.
The other thing…I usually say this earlier, but it’s true; you deserve a good night’s sleep. You deserve a place you could get some rest, the rest you need, the rest you deserve, and that’s important. It’s not just trite. If you get the rest you’re…you need, your life’s gonna be more manageable and your life’s gonna be better, and that’s important to me because I know how it feels on the other side. So, I’m so glad you’re here. I really appreciate you coming by, and here’s a couple ways we’re able to do this for you for free twice a week.
Alright everybody, it’s Scoots here, and it’s time to fire up the Plus, which I guess isn’t going. I thought I had it open on here…and watch a little Mandalorian. I’m still recording in my car, just like the last Mandalorian episode. Interesting…oh, there’s Disney+. You know, all these…some of these services are cutting their names down. I say, why not call yourself The Disney or The Plus? But they said, no thank you. Also learned a huge gap in my ignorance of somebody who’s playing one of the Mandalorians today. That was interesting; our very own Jon Favreau. Not that he’s…the Mandalorian’s very own Jon…the Mandalorian…the Jon Favreau from The Mandalorian is also playing a Mandalorian.
I won't spoil it for you, but probably most reasonable people figured it out even though I didn’t, and someone had to point it out for me and say, dude, how’d you…? I say, well, yeah…Scoots is…I’m known for my meanders, not my astute observations. Yeah, just…I love Jon Favreau. Paz Visala…I need to learn…well, yeah. At this point in the season, growing on me, but…yeah, when…I just…I’m sorry I took Bo-Katan’s side in that or projected my…whatever it was. That’s a me issue; not a…that’s a me thing, not a you thing, and the fact that I can’t pronounce Paz Visala, which is probably still wrong. That’s my problem. That’s why I make a sleep podcast. But I always appreciate it being pointed out, and something that…H to the -izzo…there’s something that rhymes with that.
That’s a surprise in this…so, this is a episode full of surprises coming up. It’s called…okay, here it’s starting. It’s Chapter 22. Oh, boy. Huh. It’s Chapter 22, Season 3, Episode 6. I didn’t brainstorm the…oh, it’s Friends for Hire, Friends for Hire. We’ve all been in a situation where we’ve wanted someone as a friend and then we said, well, if I buy…we didn’t say it out loud; hey, if I buy you this, do you think you’d be my friend? But we’ve all…at some stage in our life or for some of us, many, many, many stages of our lives…okay, I’ve got my notebook. You shouldn’t have heard anything though, 'cause this is the beauty of editing. But yeah, so, it starts off with last time. This was kind of a episode sequence I had forgotten about and another case of pirates, where Mando and Baby Oso…this is where they first meet Bo-Katan and the Nite Owls, right?
That’s what they’re called, the Nite Owls? Where they’re dealing with a fish friend and pirates…and the Nite Owls come and say, don't worry, we got you. They save Baby Oso. Thank you. They take off their helmets. You’re not Mandalorian; took your helmets off. Oh, you’re one of those Mandalorian that doesn’t take your helmet off. Then we see Gideon and the Darksaber, and…it must be won in battle, he says. Then we see the N1 or the M1 from this season…lounging on the throne…stolen fleet…I lost it all. They’re going through the galaxies, then we see the Build-A-Bear Workshop where they think the Mandalorian has bear stuffing, but Bo-Katan comes, takes the Darksaber, and frees the Mandalorian pretty easily. Then they talk creed. What do we stand for without the creed? We’re scattered across the galaxy.
You rescued me. I’ll be in your debt. Oso’s…or Grogu’s watching it. Remove your…then we go to the most recent episode. Take your helmet off. Some people have strayed from the way. It’s not enough for a few to walk it. Bo-Katan walks in both worlds. She’s gonna bring other Mandalorians back to us so that we may be together. But she shows her face…well, she walks in both worlds. I don't know if there’s…probably a song out there about it. Hopefully it’s industrial, because that’s the kind of music that I think fits this. Okay, then it goes to black and…okay, then we get the Lucasfilm and then the Star Wars sequences. What else do we got here? Doors open…oh, yeah…oh, wow, so this is a very interesting beginning of an episode. The start…a ship I’ve never seen before, the style of ship…kind of golden.
Yeah, we see stars, then the camera pans up to the right. We see a kind of interesting-looking ship. It’s got a little crustacean going on it, but it’s not…and it’s got four jets or four things. A door opens. Someone’s got a martini glass, a fancy martini glass with a fish in it, and then there’s someone in a tank, and they put the fish in the tank. I guess that’s the fish-tini. Says, thanks for the fish-tini. Then they say, by the way, we’re on our…we can get around Trask no problem, but Imperial ship, Captain. Imperial? How powerful? Pretty big, pretty big ship. Okay, well, call them up. Hail their leader and we’ll talk about it. Then the fish…it’s like a human-sized fish tank, a humanoid-sized fish tank; it drains and then the captain sits in a commander’s chair…captain’s chair, a cap…a throne-like thing.
Then we see a big Imperial ship. Says, hey Imperials, what’s up? We’re Quarren. We’re peaceful. Headed to do business in the Mid Rim and we didn’t realize there was any payoffs in this sector. So, sorry about that. The other says, I’m not somebody that takes payment. No, no, no, I didn’t mean it that way. Basic’s not my native tongue. I meant to say we’re not aware that anybody was…any of our friends were in the sector and that we needed to hire them for friendship. Then we see the Mandalorians on the ship, Bo-Katan’s old crew. Says, yeah, we’re not Man…we’re Mandalorian, but you’re too late to hire us. We’ve been hired. Shuggoth said to track you down. Maybe is…says, well, this isn’t…that’s not right. Axe Woves, baby. We’re privateers, individuals for hire.
Price is high, we’re good at what we do, and we’re loyal, and we’re here to…even though you might pay us more, we’re the Mon Calamari Viceroy. Says, his son’s onboard, or says their son’s onboard. Yeah, we got peace with the Calamari. Why would I do that? War’s no good. What’s it good for? We know it’s about love. Come on. This is a love story, but it’s the kind of one we get involved in. Then we have a kid, a Mon Calamari kid or a teen or young adult…come out…says, yeah, we’re in love. I’m not going home to mom and dad. They say, yeah you are. Go ahead; let’s make this quick. We got something on Plazir-15 we gotta get to. I don't want to go back to my wretched palace. Oh no, please. They say, Captain, talk to the Mon Calamari kid. Says, you gotta go with them. No; I love you. Yeah, I can’t…this is a childish fling.
I can’t give up my ship and everybody. Childish fling? That’s not really what I meant, again, but you gotta go with them. Fate was not on our side. Well, who cares about fate? I love you. And I will always love you, as was once sang before and will be sung again. Even in the Mid Rim it gets sung, and I will always love you. Koska Reeves takes the Mon Calamari. Says, come on, kid, come with us. The door closes and the titles card comes up; The Mandalorian. Don’t cross your As, by the way. Chapter 22, Friends for Hire. I’d be cool if it was…Buzz and Woody were singing at the beginning, but no. We see Bo-Katan’s ship in the atmosphere. More atmospheric flying, more jet trails, more clouds. It clears out…we got a green planet with domes, fancy dome…the dome cities. There they are.
This is a lot of…high comedy in this episode, starting…kinda classic sci-fi fiction. But they see the Mandalorian’s fleet. Took a long time, Bo-Katan says, to put that together, get it from the Empire. Yeah, I thought it looked familiar. It’ll come in handy taking back Mandalore. Axe Woves is their leader now. That’s Woves with a V. I thought it was with an L, but…wonder what they’re here for. This plan, it’s not part of the New Republic, so maybe they hired them. Can’t imagine Woves is gonna be happy to see you. Probably not. Grogu’s right up front. We’ll land outside the perimeter, go in on foot. Then this music plays, kinda 8-bit music. Welcome to Plazir-15. It’s the only remaining direct democracy. You’ve been assigned a docking slip and you’ll be guided there automatically.
So, they get a tractor beam that guides them to a landing pad. What’s happening? They’ve taken over the ship. We’re just gonna have to roll with it. I guess we’re going for a ride, kid. Grogu loves it. We see this is kind of a ultra-modern-looking city. I say, well, it’s not…it’s triangles…is that what…was it [inaudible] into triangles or octagons? I don't know, but I’d say, holy…is that a Fuller dome or not? A wiser person would be able to answer that. They come off the ship. There’s two shiny, black droids, a R2 unit and a…not a C-3…a C-3P0-esque…a protocol droid-type unit. I guess they’re Imperial droids. They say, welcome. RA-7. Go to the hyperloop pod. They say, holy cow. Now, this is one of my dreams, is to ride on one of these hyperloops. My understanding is this is all vacuum tubes, man.
If you’ve ever watched steampunk movies or even movies…this has got…this is…I guess this is two styles of Gilliam here. Oh no, that’s the next episode. Sorry. Yeah, so we got one flavor of Gilliam on this side. I feel like it wouldn’t be…I guess it’s…I don't think there’s pneumatic tubes in every Terry Gilliam film, but one out of all the films might not be bad. But there is the next episode, I thought. I said, is this…did Terry Gilliam direct this? There’s high humor in this and also, there’s…I don't know. Is Jon Favreau a Gilliam fan? Because there are a lot of thematic things in this season. I mean, they’re handled differently and there’s…this is a nice, shiny planet. Okay, so, they say, why do they have Imperial droids on this independent world? It’s the Outer Rim; it’s different out here. They say, okay.
So, then they get in one of these pneumatic tubes or hyperloop. I assume it’s pneumatic. I guess it could just be some sort of fancy maglev thing. They say, let’s go to the Mandalorian fleet. Sorry, Article 9 of The Coruscant Accords; you gotta deal with the High Senate to go into the Peacekeeping Zone. Can we scan your chain codes first? So, they put out their chain codes and they get scanned. They say, okay, well, Din Djarin and Bo-Katan Kryze…actually, you’re requested by the democracy leaders. Well, yeah, we’re busy. Maybe later. Do not attempt to leave the vehicle. Not a request. Then they take off. They didn’t scan Grogu’s chain code, by the way. At what age do you get a chain code? What other things does that entitle…? Does that give you retirement or what?
But yeah, so, they go through a ultra-modern city, indoors, inside a dome…green stuff…say, yeah, we’re gonna have to get outta here, probably, the hard way. Then they park. Grogu says, what? Then we jump…this is fun; a nice fountain, nice structures. They go into this room, and this is probably where pausing or watching multiple times…I’m gonna have to pause it just…okay, so there’s music playing, and this gets…this is a little bit of…what’s that movie called? Alice in Wonderland feel to me. First off, there’s parrot-type birds flying indoors, there’s a party going on, and the substance they’re consuming from the party is…it’s a secretion. Ain’t no party like a secretion party that I don’t ever…just don’t invite me. I mean, especially in my current state, I’d say, yeah, sorry, I don’t imbibe in secretions anymore.
I’m not…this is not Scooter…that’s not a tangent; that’s…I’ll tell you. So, they walk in the room. A lot of bright colors, pretty…hey, welcome to the party. Then you say to yourself…or I did…what time are we at here? We are at 10:52. Okay, so, you’re at the head of the table, and we still haven’t, I don't think, got a close-up yet, but if you pause it there, you’re like, wait a second, this is literally…when I was watching it for pleasure…first of all, there’s beautiful, bright colors. There’s a lot of natural light. On the right-hand side of the screen, there’s something that looks like a purple giraffe or something. On the left side of the screen is something like a seahorse bird on someone’s chair, and it’s a royal table. It’s got flowers, and then at the end of the…at the head of the other side of the table…even now…first of all, you’d say, is that Lizzo?
Then…also has some sort of spectacular, multi-colored…I guess later in the episode it’s some sort of simulation 3D projection, like…would you call it plumage? ‘Cause it’s not…it’s like accoutrements for a dress. Then the other person is Jack Black. You say…in some sort of uniform that matches what Lizzo’s wearing, but with a gold cape. It is very comedic. Says, come on, come on, special guests…and in a Alice-inWonderland-type thing; hope you like secretions. We’re taking little sippy-sips. So, it’s…it is funny. Then we see the secretor, we see birds, people are chatting. Party’s good, man. Says, let’s address the Bantha in the room. Yeah, I used to work for the Empire…facilities planning officer, but I went through the Republic Amnesty, rebuilt Plazir-15, and fell in love. So, Plazir…went through the tough times with the Empire.
Captain Bombier helped with the nobility and we fell in love. So, Lizzo’s from the royal family, and they’re in love for sure. Grogu loves it. I don't know if he’s ever seen two people in actual love before. I don't know, it’s great when guest stars are having fun. I did accidentally read some people that were like, but this is like a style of the other two seasons of The Mandalorian where there’s one or two break episodes. So, where…this is still advancing the plot, so…also, I’m just pausing it here, and…I can’t remember…Jack Black’s got a serious beard going, and then Lizzo has a…I don't know if it’s a crown. What do you call the things…not a crown, but it’s like a…what is that thing called? It’s not a tutu. That’s what you wear. But it’s like a tutu? Does it have the same thing? You put it on your head, but it’s not a crown.
Lizzo says, can I hold the baby? He doesn’t take kindly to strangers. She just runs a fish and Grogu flips and lands so fast. They’re all laughing, probably 'cause they had so much secretions. Said, yeah, we held democratic elections. We’re royals and elected leaders. But what about those Mandalorians in the Peacekeeping Zone? Oh, they’re our protection. We don’t have a military 'cause my husband’s a former Imperial, but all our resources to go growth and to the people. They say, we’d like to talk to these privateers. Yeah, sure, but something else is going on. Just one condition; you gotta come see the view. You could tell that’s code. Even…Jack Black’s so bad at being…so good at being bad at holding secrets. Let’s just show our guests the view.
So, at this point, the count…she’s not the countess, but she says, we have a problem, a droid problem. Coordinated malfunction of droids, we think. Why do you think that? Well, it’s…I oversaw…we converted the droids. We rehabbed them, and…yeah, to serve our people. Well, it started out, it wasn’t too…power cycling, deleted stacks, then a couple crashes, fender-benders, and then some weird stuff. What does this have to do with us? Well, these are battle droids. Battle droids, the Mandalorian says? They’re civic-duty battle droids, former battle droids. Why don’t you have the Mandalorians…? They can’t come in the city. They’re peacekeepers. We can’t have anyone entering our city, but good news is — this is just funny — we’re a pluralistic society by votes.
So, you’re Mandalorians and you’re kind of tough by trade, so you’re allowed to come in here and be tough by trade. So, you want us to deal with the droids. Exactly. Okay. Hold on, Your Magistry…oh, then he realize…they already know who they are, 'cause they say, Princess Kryze. Was that…Bo-Katan Kryze, right? Says, hold on. Your Grace, you could call…not Majesty; Your Grace. It’s not gonna be charity. Well, we’re not mercenaries. Oh no, no, no, we don’t mean that. Grogu’s getting petted. We hoped that this excursion would be a act of diplomacy between our planets and we would formally recognize Mandalore as a sovereign system, petition the New Republic to recognize you. We know you and Axe Woves split up because of Mandalore.
So, they have a lot of information, and she says…okay, this is a well-written episode. Okay, the offer stands. Bo-Katan at fifteen minutes says to Mandalorian, well, what do you think? He says, you had me at battle droids. So, just a lot of layers of fun stuff in here. Then we go down, and this one was wild. You say, wait a second…I’m sorry, am I…are my eyes deceiving me? They go down to the control room. As soon as you hear the voice that’s talking…they’re talking about the stockpile of Imperial robotics. Is that who I think it is? It is; it’s Christopher Lloyd who played Doc Brown, which is weird, 'cause Doc Brown just came up in a intro a few months ago. But yeah, these droids were reprogrammed. He’s in uniform. They were supposed to be scrapped at Karthanon. There’s even one right…oh boy, I didn’t even notice that.
Is that one walking a baby? That’s at 15:20? There’s a droid walking a baby across one of the main cameras. Then all of a sudden, this garbage droid started throwing garbage, a garbage-collection droid. So, we get a sequence of video cameras of droids acting out, and then there were others. There’s a droid delivering packages from shopping. Starts throwing the person’s clothes, then another droid takes a car without permission and has a fender-bender, then there’s a sushi droid who cuts the sushi not the right thickness…and says, turn it off. The screens? No; why don’t you turn the droids off, yo? Bo-Katan says that. Like, who’s in charge of that? He goes, you silly goose. You just press this button and it turns it off. But that’s a problem. A problem? Yeah. The citizens voted against an interruption in droid services.
They need the droids. Why is that? Citizens don’t have to work. The droids do everything. Everybody spends their days in recreation, the arts, and participating in our direct democracy. So, if we shut down the droids, no one would know what to do and our whole society would collapse. Holy cow. Then they say, what do you want us to do? Seek out and decommission the broken droids until we could figure things out. They say, you got a list? He goes, no, no, I don’t got a list. You gotta go down to the lower level and speak to the Ugnaughts. The Mandalorian says, Ugnaughts? We say, Ugnaughts? That sounds familiar, but I don't remember exactly what it is. The Mandalorian says, yeah, I loathe droids. You see why? Bo-Katan says, I think you’re taking this personal. It’s not personal.
They go down to the basement level, sub-basement level, where there’s a lot of droid and metalwork going on, a lot of mechanical work, and…including sparks and stuff like that. Bo-Katan says, what’s going on? They kind of…we’re here on behalf of the Duchess. Okay, the Duchess and Captain Bombardier. Then they kind of ignore Bo-Katan, but Mandalorian’s dealt with an Ugnaught before. Bo-Katan says, this isn’t going anywhere. Again we get this partners-in-crime thing with those two. Goes, I’m a friend of Ugnaught Kuuli’s. They go, whoa, whoa, whoa, really? He’ll answer our questions. I have spoken. So, then we get them all sitting. They’re very serious people. The Mandalorian has to do the formalities. Thanks for sharing your table with us. We’re trying to hunt down these droids. There’s no malfunctioning droids.
Bo-Katan says, by the way, yeah, there are. Have you watched the news? There’s ones that don’t cut sushi the right thickness. They go, we’re aware of everything. I assure you, there’s no droids malfunctioning. Bo-Katan says, there is. People want their…this isn’t this case, the Ugnaught says. I have spoken. Then the Mandalorian has to intervene. Okay, we’re not saying it’s your fault. You’re legends. Don't worry; we’re just saying that we’re supposed to track down the ones that may or may not be working properly, and we could use your help. So, please; I have spoken. The other dude whispers to another dude and then they say, give me that…give me this thing. It looks like some sort of adding machine. Says, this is the list of the broken droids. Alright. We’re in your debt. I have spoken.
Then they get back in one of the vacuum tubes. Bo-Katan says, what’s up with that? He goes, yeah, I’ve hung around Ugnaughts. You gotta communicate with them a specific way. Can’t tell them they’re not good workers. But the next thing’s gonna happen at the loading dock, so we gotta get to the loading docks. How sure are they? Hard to tell 'cause they’re very sure of themselves, so I don't know. But it’s the only lead we got, so let’s take a look around. There’s trouble on my behind. So, they go to the loading docks. It looks like it’s on the water. It’s night time. There’s a lot of battle droids carrying cargo. Looks like they’re either unloading or loading. I haven’t seen any battle droids since the Clone War. One of…who says I have? Do they look suspicious? They all look suspicious to the Mandalorian.
Then there’s a droid in charge. They say, get me a droid in charge. Says, I’m the foreman. What’s your identification? They go, we don’t need it. We’re here from the Duchess and Bombadier. These aren’t…somebody’s not working right. Yeah, I’ve heard the reports. I’ve checked all these out. Mandalorian’s doing his own inspections. They say, don’t do that. We’ve got the certification for the elevators and the droids on file in the office if you want to look at it. The Mandalorian’s still…Bo-Katan’s trying to…she’s trying to get to the bottom of it. The Mandalorian starts trying to trip the battle droids. Says, what are you doing? These droids don’t like being tested. Finally, one droid does not like being tested and goes on the run. So, we get a chase sequence. This is pretty good 'cause it kinda switches.
So, they’re chasing a droid through these ultra-modern streets. I put Tango and Cash…like twenty-four hours or whatever, kind of like…oh, Lethal Weapon; that was another one. Two people that are working together that don’t necessarily like each other. They do, though; they just have different styles. But yeah, so then they’re chasing the droid, the droid’s trying to get away, and the droid’s really fast. Finally Mando goes into a sushi shop, maybe the same sushi shop as before, and dives out a window and manages…with Bo-Katan as…with teamwork to…but there’s more action, a lot of neon signs, and a lot of fast-moving…a lot of floating advertisements. So, another modern city, though the city does seem to be on the ground level.
Yeah, here’s the Mandalorian; he goes through one thing, goes into…oh, maybe it’s just…no, it’s…looks like a…maybe it’s a noodle place. But yeah, then they take this battle bot down, then you get these little tiny droids that come in to secure the area and clean it up and keep everybody off…that’s…that was interesting. I liked that. They’re trying to get to the…they say, okay, why…how are we gonna figure out anything more than what we know now? Oh, we found a spark pad, which is like matches. What does it say? The Resistor. Sounds like a droid bar. There’s droid bars? What in the what? Let’s check it out, then. There’s an address on here. Okay, so then we get this really cool sequence. I don't know if this is…well, it’s just familiar in a good way.
But so, they were working as a team, and now Bo-Katan’s like, I don't need you messing with these droids. Let me take the lead at this droid bar. They go down a alley; there’s two droids talking, kinda like…I like the look of your cap. The other droid says, well…but there’s two neon signs outside the bar. They go in, and this is another one where you might want to pause it or rewatch it, especially if you go to theme parks and stuff like that. First off, it opens with them cheersing some sort of liquid, and then…also, this reminds me a little bit of Doctor Who, only thematically, briefly, but…okay, I paused it. You get, like, every type of droid you’ve seen or not seen before, and…just droids having fun. One’s like…so, there’s one here at 24:29.
I can’t even remember — the droid on the left — where I’ve seen that droid before, if it was in the original Star Wars, on the Jawa ship. But yeah, there’s a lot of familiar droids, including…oh, there’s also a bright, shiny, teal C3 unit. But yeah, a bunch of R2 units, and then…okay, there’s…the timestamp is…yeah, 24:32. There’s not one; there’s two pilots of Star Tours pilots, and I guess they’re former Star Tours pilots because they were replaced by C-3P0, and that was once voiced…when it was…I forgot the name of the unit. Somebody in the audience will remember. But they were a voice…that one on Star Tours was voiced by Paul Reubens. Then…oh, it’s another Katie, but I can’t think of the actress’ last name who currently, when you go to board Star Tours, gives the thing, and then…at the end, and says, bye-bye.
I can’t think of that Katie’s last name. But yeah, the…so, there’s a record…the record just doesn’t scratch…the record stops as the Mandalorian and Bo-Katan come in. People are like, what in the name…? I don't think they get many humans in here. I mean, if…no offense, if I was drinking, the first place I would go after…well, after I had gone someplace and had ten to fifteen drinks, would be a droid bar. It’d probably be best if I went by myself, but the first time, I’d would probably be afraid and go…well, no, I’d say there’s a high chance I would go there, and then…I mean, I guess they don’t serve anything that I would drink, but then I’d be tapping the droids, like, it’s so hard. I would immediately think I’m a droid, and they’d say, by the way, why are you here? Say, 'cause I can relate, man.
But I don't have to live that way anymore. Then say, can you…help you, the bartender says? Is this The Resistor? We found this spark pad on a droid that was acting out. Well, we got a lot of spark pads. What are you getting at? Malfunctions. They all point back to this oil can. Let me check my registry. We’re in full compliance. The Mandalorian gets tough. I’ll yank your memory circuit. Everybody says, whoa, that’s not nice. The shiny R2 unit tries to go. The Mandalorian says, no one leaves. Bo-Katan says, let me speak to my partner for a minute here. Tone it down, dude. He goes, you can’t reason with droids. This is…oh my god, the dialogue in this episode. Oh, whoops, I hit the wrong button. He says, you can’t reason with droids. They’re logical, or something. I backed up a lot, here.
But yeah, so, we see the droids, we go to the bar. Says, okay, listen, man, we got…you can’t reason with droids. Their behavior is programmed. All they do is reason. He goes, yeah, but they’re also causing trouble. She goes, listen, you’re not helping. Just because malfunctioning droids visit here, it doesn’t make…mean, that. Actually, they say it loud enough so the bartender hears. Says, I want to help. We’re worried about this, too. This is…when you get into this idea that droids love humans, that reminds me of Doctor Who, of how Doctor Who’s always like, this is…humans are great, man, 'cause they say, yeah, what if they decide they don’t want droids on this planet anymore? They replace us with…they replace us. Replace you with what? With humans.
You know what’s going on with…the New Republic’s decommissioning everything. We’re refurbished droids, some of them before the Separatist Era. We don’t want to be scrapped. This is our second chance here on Plazir. They go, well, this isn’t helping your cause. They go, yeah, that’s why we want to help. We’ve got a lot…we don’t want to be replaced. We got a lot to contribute. Human life is so short, and they don’t ask much of us. Organics created us. At least…it’s the least we can do. All the droids cheer; yay, humanoids, organics! Hooray for organics! I say, that’s good programming. Whoever programmed that in there…so, they sit down with the bartender who has a record of…the different batches of…oh, what do they drink? Nepenthe. Nepenthe? It’s not booze. It’s nepenthe.
It’s a viscous lubricant that protects against mechanical wear and delivers program sub-particles. Okay, so they drink nepenthe. Yeah, and it helps their mainframe…fill in their mainframe…gaps in the mainframe or something. Oh yeah, all the droids had this one batch of nepenthe. So…huh, interesting, eh? It is interesting. Who do you buy your nepenthe from? Then they go to the place where androids do dream of electric big farms in the sky; not sheep, or droids do. They take out some viscous lubricant from the droid, the battle droid, and we actually have a medical droid and then a human. They say, let’s put it in in the centrifuge and centrifuge it up, see if we can figure out this nepenthe stuff. Says, alright, let’s check it out, here. Huh, yeah, there’s sub-particles. There’s…okay, they’re still…are they still active?
Oh yeah, because the medical droid starts putting on a laser light show which is not good for anybody, 'cause you cant really see during a laser light show. They say, we don’t have glasses on. So, Mando Darksabers the medical droid. So, the medical droid starts to dream of big farms in the sky instead of electric sheep. Guess it’s still active. Let’s do a close-up. Wait a second, there’s sub-particles in here. These are nano-bots. That’s a main thing in nano-droids. How did nano-droids get in nepenthe? Who knows? Maybe they fell in there? What’s that? Just a scratch…stirations. Oh no, zoom in. No, it’s probably malleability stuff. No, it’s a chain code or something. It’s writing, yeah. We could…okay, it’s got…yeah, it is a chain code. But as a chain code, we can figure out where it’s from.
Yeah, we learn that people aren’t good at covering the tracks, or everything’s tracked here, so no reason to bother. Yeah, these came from the Techno Union. They’ve been in cold storage for ages, and they came through droid acquisitions. Well, that’s strange. How’d they get here? They were requisitioned by the security office. Is that unusual? Unusual? It’s not allowed. There’s not even a record of this transaction except for the one we’re looking at. These were ordered by an individual with the name of Commissioner Helgate, AKA, Doc Brown. So, they say, okay, let’s go down there. They go back to the security office. Commissioner Helgate’s working hard. Yeah, Commissioner, we got some questions for you. I’m too busy looking for anomalies in the data farm. We know about the nepenthe and the nano-droids.
You did it. You’re coming with us. Everybody turns around; what? We always knew he was a bad boss. He does this move; he stands up and he flicks away the protective cover in the most…one of the most fluid motions I’ve ever seen. What time is that at? About…you’d start it at 30:37. He stands up and he flicks open the protective cover. It’s the definition of a fluid motion. Let me see it again. Everybody goes, what? He does it, and then he gets ready to press the button. Everybody freeze. This is a failsafe, and this will convert the droids back into troublemakers. Everybody says, not the droids. He says, don’t make me do it. Bo-Katan says, there’s…why are you gonna bother? It’s over. Give up. I never give up. Why bother? Alls I do is bother. I don't give up to anybody and I won't give up to you. She goes, are you a Separatist?
He goes, I’m a Separatist…he goes, I support democracy. But it doesn’t look…he goes, Count Dooku is a visionary, and the Jedi had to get in the way. Then Bo-Katan just sings him to sleep and says, okay. She goes, politics. Then we see…okay, then we get back into Alice in Wonderland. Fun. What time are we at now? 31:50. So, this is a Alice in Wonderland sequence. They’re playing croquet, beetle…bouncing beetle croquet, and no, I’m not making that up. That’s really what they’re playing, or something like it. Her name’s not the Countess, though. But…Milady; she has a red and blue beetle ball. So, she takes it…oh, there’s no mallets, though. It’s just by tossing. So, more like Bocce. She focuses, does a underhand throw, bounces it off another beetle, but she does get help from Grogu’s Force.
Everybody cheers 'cause it’s a perfect quadro-blast. Never seen such a streak. Then they walk in with…Commissioner Helgate, why are you in trouble? He was the source of your malfunctions. Really? Yes, it’s true, Milady. They can’t believe it. If this Quact…this is the Quacta call and the Stiffling slimy. This planet’s unrecognizable since this guy arrived, Captain Bombier. She says, geez, I’m disappointed. You served my family well, but Captain Bombier is the love of my life. His heart is true. It does seem like his heart is true. Maybe he’s made some mistakes in the past; who hasn’t? Isn’t there a little room for forgiveness in this galaxy so vast? He says, I’m sorry I disappointed you. He goes, maybe I can get your forgiveness, too. She goes, well, not immediately, perhaps.
But for now, you have to move…live on the…exile on the moon of Paraquat. People…this is another…I don't know, it’s easy to discount these episodes, but when you really watch them, this is…it stuck out to me even when I was watching it for pleasure. Okay, so it’s…she says, Paraquat…33:21. Then there’s a reaction from the party-goers and then from Commissioner Helgate that’s just like…it’s great. I don't know how else to describe it. Everybody at the party goes, what? He goes, oh my gosh, anything but that. He doesn’t speak a word, but he looks like he had eight…fifteen Lemon Heads. Then he goes off. Let’s see, moon…let’s see if we can look it up while we’re just here live. I’m in my car, so I’m typing with one hand. Moon of…how do you think you spell it? P-A-R-A-Q…yeah, there we go. It came up.
- A-Q-U-A-T. It’s Paraquat…it’s also a game. Huh, I guess that’s not how you spell it. Well, let’s see. The Mandalorian…oh, spell…M-A-N-D…Mandalorian. I don't see anything about the moon, but here’s the thing; you don’t need to see anything. I mean, you don’t want to end up on the moon of Paraquat. But yeah, whatever. You don’t want to go there. Okay, so then she says, as for you, Lady Bo-Katan Kryze and Din Djarin of Concordia…and there’s activity going on in the background. Oh, whoa, whoa, whoa, sorry. Back it up. Okay, if you pause again, you could see birds and the giant purple…what is that thing called? What’s the thing with a long neck called? A giraffe. It’s not a giraffe, but it is cool. So, I like when there’s stuff going on in the background. There’s birds flying, there’s people walking.
Okay, I grant you audience with our Mandalorian protectors. There was also just a flying squirrel, a giant one, and the key to Plazir. How about that? Bring me the key. It’s a giant key. But Bo-Katan knows how this goes, so accepts it graciously. You’ll always be welcomed in our domed paradise. Yeah, now there’s — in the background — a giant…I don't know. Then I’m gonna grant knighthood to baby Oso, AKA, Grogu. The ancient order of Independent Regencies…you’re a knight of that. AOIR. Go in peace, brave travelers. AOIR. Grogu, AOIR. That’ll be at the end of Grogu’s name from…like OBE, you know? Or maybe KNIOR? She waves goodbye in a cute way, and then Grogu waves back. Then they get back in the tubes and they’re approaching Field 3. Bo-Katan’s looking stressed. But you’re their leader…they’ll follow you.
Yeah, I’m not their leader anymore. Axe Woves is. Not Wolves; Woves. He goes, what’s your play? Even Grogu says, huh, what’s your play? Well, I know when I get there. So, shoot off through the tubes. They’re walking and they walk into the…it’s a field of Mandalorians working, chilling. Giant ships…they’re having coffee, actually, or tea, or maybe they’re having a adult beverage. They drink out of shiny mugs. They have flags up. A couple people are playing catch, maybe? They see a floating pram, the shiny Mandalorian, and Bo-Katan. They say, did you come back to join us? Bo-Katan says, I’ve come back to reclaim my fleet. Not your fleet anymore. It’s mine, Woves, Axe Woves. Woves what? Goes, I’m quite fond of being in command. She starts walking again, slowly, very…in a Western style. Like a dead-end town, a east town boy and a west-town…west-end girl.
I challenge you, one warrior to another, to see who’s gonna lead this thing. Do you accept my challenge? He stands up, puts his drink down, and says, I do. Then they say, everybody dance now. You know, do-do-do. She says, I’m gonna make you sweat, indeed. He says to her, is that dope enough? She goes back…she says, indeed. They make a lot of C+C Music Factory-level moves. Back and forth, back and forth, back and forth. He uses his jet pack a lot more. I guess maybe he becomes over-reliant on it. It does seem like Bo-Katan is the superior…definitely has…what do you call that? Superior dexterity. Okay, no, Bo-Katan just used the jet pack. At first, she gets him once…she says, do you yield? He uses his jet pack, says, no. Then she gets him again.
She uses her jet pack…first she dodges a flame, then she…again, she says, do you yield? He says, I guess so. But his fingers are crossed, 'cause as soon as he yields, he says, by the way, I got you at technicality. You still don’t have the Darksaber. He does. You should have danced off with him. She goes, this is so counterproductive. She stands up; she goes, don’t you guys get this? This is counterproductive. Everybody comes out of their tents. Speech time. Mandalorians are stronger together. Why can’t we figure that out? Axe Woves still wants to run his mouth. Goes, this guy’s not even a Mandalorian and he’s got the Darksaber. Din Djarin took the creed, walked the way, just like our ancestors did, and Run-DMC and Aerosmith…he’s every bit as Mandalorian as they were.
Some of them weren’t even Mandalorians; they were just a rock/hip-hop crossover hit. According to our ways, the ruler of Mandalore must possess the Darksaber, except if it’s me, Axe Woves. Goes, 'cause I was just technically part-time. Then Mando steps up and he says, yeah, I’ll just give it to you. Then for some reason, Axe Woves thinks that’s funny. About to wove him a new haircut. She goes, it’s not a gift to be given, as much as I appreciate it. Also, it’s not the best time. He goes, it’s not a gift, by the way. Goes, I was…he goes, you’re not gonna believe this, but it’s the truth; I went to Mandalore to take a bath. Somebody raises their hand. He goes, no, not to give my child a bath. For me to take a bath. Someone else raises their hand.
He goes, in the Living Waters of Mandalore, not just to take any bath; to take a specific bath to be redeemed. They say, okay. He goes, on the way to the bath, I got sidetracked and I met a being that was part mechanical, part organic. It, for some reason, thought it was running a Build-A-Bear Workshop. Somebody else raises their hand. Then he says, okay, Build-A-Bear Workshop…who here knows what it means to have a stuffed animal? People kind of are…okay, who here, when they were a child, had a non-living comfort-based…and they say, a plushie. Then he says, oh, thank you. Yeah, basic’s not my…he goes, does everyone know what a plushie is? Then people kind of talk among their…selves. Very quickly, everyone starts…oh, okay, yeah, yeah, yeah.
He goes, on some planets, there’s something called a Build-A-Bear Workshop. For our purposes, a plushie…Build-Your-Own-Plushie Workshop, where…he goes, no, it’s only a few different models, and basically, you’re just putting the stuffing in and choosing a few accoutrements. Everyone kinda gets that, but they find it a little confusing. Also, in this context, they find it even more confusing. He says, okay, I’ll repeat myself again, because I could tell it’s confusing. Deep in the heart of Mandalore, on the way to the Living Waters where I was going to take a bath — everyone nods — I was sidetracked when I met somebody. Everyone nods. That somebody was running a build-your-own-plushie place. It doesn’t make any sense, but to this being, it did make sense. Can we agree on that?
Again, he had to answer a couple more questions, but…requests for…and they say, okay, we get it now. It’s not gonna ever make any sense, but this organic, mechanical being was running its own Build-A-Plushie Workshop deep in Mandalore, with no customers. They were the only customer. Okay, they agree on that. The Build-A-Bear Plushie Workshop was low on plushie stuffing. Then he says, yes, before I got there. For some reason, this being thought I was a stuffed plushie and was going to restock its plushie materials with plush…thinking I was full of plushie stuffing. Then one person…who knows what they’re…they said…the Mandalorian said, no, I’m not full of plushie stuffing. I’m an organic being. They say, okay, okay. So, they say, are you with me?
They say, so, you, a fully able-bodied Mandalorian…and he goes, yeah, I was captured and I was about to be made into plushie stuffing. Fully incapacitated. Bo-Katan rescued me. I had lost the Darksaber. Everybody’s jaws were literally dropped for like, five minutes. The Mandalorian and Bo-Katan…even Axe Woves sat there while everybody just absorbed the information. Then he said, spectacularly rescued me using the Darksaber; got me out of there, and my child. They said, okay, Bo-Katan came to your rescue? He said, yes. But he goes, the Darksaber was taken from me and Bo-Katan saved me and defeated the person who defeated me. Everybody goes, oh, okay, okay. Now it’s making more sense. A long sequence, though. Would this blade not belong to her, in that case?
Even Bo-Katan realizes, you should have given me this like, two episodes ago. You’re right. Everyone says…and then the Mandalorian says, would it not belong to her? Even Axe Woves has to say, you’re right. Then they say, wait a second, are you sure you’re not full of stuffing, plushie stuffing? I would. Even a couple people stand at attention right away, realizing…so, then he hands it over to Bo-Katan. I return this blade to its rightful owner. Bo-Katan takes it and says, okay. The Mandalorian nods. Some wind in her hair. Respect to some of the Nite Owls. Mandalorian stands at her side. She extends the Darksaber and we do kind of a slow zoom, and then it cuts to black, and then we see Bryce Dallas Howard directed this episode. Then we see the fish tank from the beginning. John Favereaux wrote it.
Then we see a extended shot of the main dome of the dome city. Then we see a zoom-in of a landing pad with Bo-Katan’s ship at the domed city and some tubes, then we see the Imperial droids. They look like R2 and C-3P0. Then we see a dome…the dome city domes inside…domes inside domes. Holy cow, I never even thought about that. That’s a sleep…domes within domes. I think that was in…was that one of the things that…? It sounds like…I just rewatched the Blade Runner, and I’m pretty sure he had to say that; domes within domes. Domes; domes within domes. That’s a deep cut joke, but…it’s at sunset. Then we see the…what is it called? The extraction party…Lizzo’s name…then we see the camera room, and then we see the mechanical room where the droid repairs and building’s going on.
Then we were at the loading docks. We see a bunch of battle droids lined up, then we see the city take…droid takedown…the Mandalorian and Bo-Katan…next, we’re at the droid bar, then we’re at the…where the room where droids dream of big farms in the sky, then we’re back in the game room, the royal game room, I guess. Then the landing pad, the Mandalorian landing pads. There’s actually one ship in orbit right now, and that’s it. So, that’s the end of the episode. Thanks for listening, everybody, and I’ll talk to you again soon. Goodnight.
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(Transcribed by Leah Hervoly)
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- Bouncing Beetle Croquet
- David Hasselhoff
- Star Tours
- C+C Music Factory
Notable Talking Points:
- Pushing a Kiss to Your Shoulders
- 2 Styles of Gilliam
- Questioning Christopher Lloyd