Our flashbacks wrap up in this week’s episode of The Book of Boba Fett, and your Star Wars pals convene to discuss Boba’s finally unveiled motivations, the soul of a Wookiee, and whether this show has a code.
Sometimes a man just wants to ride his rancor in peace. We’re back to discuss episode three of the Book of Boba Fett, and continuing to wonder why the galaxy’s best bounty hunter wants this job, explore the economics of Tatooine, and figure out who exactly the villain is.
We delve deeper into Boba’s history this week, learning about his time among the Tuskans robbing space trains and having lizard-induced hallucinations. But in the present, Boba’s motivations are still murky and he’s continuing to not do great as a would-be crime lord.
Really the title says it all. No quippy title, just facts. Sam and Moze take it to the streets with a look at some of the past two weeks of content for your senses. Some of it stacked up pretty strong. Some of it was drenched in weak sauce. These are just the facts as we saw it.
The galaxy’s most feared bounty hunter is making a career change and we’ve assembled a crack panel of experts to break it down. We discuss whether Boba Fett really wants to be a manger, whether he’s any good at being a crime lord, and if he’s actually cool. Plus, the Jawa-centric show we never got.