After last week’s major revelations regarding the child and the Mandalorian’s reaction to it, fans were waiting to see if he’d actually make the delivery back to the mysterious client. There’s no doubt that throughout this episode, even though you can’t see his face, you can tell he’s having a crisis on conscience regarding the kid. Deborah Chow, who was recently announced to direct the Obi-Wan series, does a tremendous job with this action-packed episode.
What we got this week, is basically what I expected the show to be before watching it. There’s lots of action, interesting exploration of the Mandalorian culture, and characters with questionable morals. This was definitely the best episode yet. It’s kind of shocking how we’re only three episodes in and there’s still so much more to explore. We still haven’t met Gina Carano’s character Cara Dune, or Giancarlo Esposito’s villainous Moff Gideon. One drawback that I’m finding week to week is the episodes are lacking the meat that other premium series have, due to their longer runtime. As always, to get my full thoughts check out the video below.