- May 15, 2007
Ha, really? Because humans don't eat millions of eggs everyday!?I liked it too.
Even the stuff with the child, which seemed to send the internet / twitter into a meltdown because of women losing their babies or something?
I’ve just been about it. Absolutely mental that people have to find flaws in everything.@Annihilate Now! @Heardy
I cant find the tweet by the creator saying how it was a running joke, but the responses to it were so OTT
In fact look at responses to this:
Ive seen people saying 'cancel baby yoda'. And there were articles and such too. It seemed like madness for something thats not even real and story.
Not only that, but the child eating the spider egg was worse.
She must have a great skin care regimen. Plus the helmet must block a lot of the suns harmful rays that can age a person.Cancel Baby Yoda! Imagine the reaction if he turns to the Dark Side
On a side-note, I'd like to know the secret to how Bo-Katan's barely aged since the Clone Wars...
I think she did as she got quite protective of them (in Baby Yoda’s presence) closer to the end, but she clearly didn’t hold any grudge against him after she got to her husband with some eggs. Which clearly shows that she didn’t care about the eggs individually, but rather about the survival of her species in general, and the amount of the eggs is that high in the beginning exactly because they’re disposable.I’ve just been about it. Absolutely mental that people have to find flaws in everything.
The frog lady was so concerned about her last eggs that she didn’t even notice a half dozen had gone missing!! Cannot understand why people take things so seriously.
This whole cancel culture is ridiculous.
Would be great to see more of Bo-Katan. That was a good episode, and we didn’t even get the big reveal (edit: just to be safe-not a spoiler, it was already mentioned in a previous episode) yet so there’s a lot to look forward to.Solid episode this. Lots of information dropped on plot and backstory.
We really should have an meetup of Sackhoff, Olyphant, Carano in a double episode.
Like when he took his helmet off?What time does the show release UK time on a Friday?
I watch it by other means than Disney so never sure. Watched all the available ones last night it's very enjoyable. I have only just twigged who the lead actor is after watching him for so long in those other shows. Couldn't have been paying attention at the right times last season.
Ripped? She’s gained a ton of weight. Not that it matters. But ripped she is not.I keep forgetting the credits are like 5-6 minutes long so the episodes always end before I expect it to.
Alright episode. Gina Carano is ripped.
What she is rocking is not what the term ‘ripped‘ means. Not that that is a bad thing, as she can pull it off well.Really? Dunno, I thought her arms looked ripped anyway.
Didn't know about the Trump stuff.
Going by that logic, you can say the whole series is a filler series. The spider episode was a filler, this is not.We're midway through season two, and given the premise set in the last episode you'd expect things to step up.
Instead you get a pit stop en route to Ahsoka Tano with literally two lines which progressed the plot in this episode - one mentioning why they needed Baby Yoda , the other about a tracker (which they can show by just adding a scene later on). There is no character arc development for any character, main or otherwise. Greef talks, Dune fights, Mando improvises. Don't get me wrong, it was entertaining. The Baby Yoda cable fix scene, stormtroopers missing shots, the fun speeder/TIE fighter chase - it was a well directed episode. But I just don't see how this isn't another typical filler episode.
Don't see how my reasoning applies the same filter to all episodes. Also, it is possible for multiple episodes to be fillers? For an episode to not count as filler, like I said, I'd simply like main plot progression or character arc development.Going by that logic, you can say the whole series is a filler series. The spider episode was a filler, this is not.