The Mandalorian Season 3: All the Details and Eye Catches That Shouldn’t Be Missed in Episode 2

Discover all the not-to-be-missed Easter eggs and hidden details in the second episode of “The Mandalorian” Season 3, available on Disney +!

Warning, spoilers. It is recommended to watch The Mandalorian Season 3 Episode 2 before continuing reading this article.

After more than a year of waiting, fans of the Star Wars universe can finally discover the third season of The Mandalorian available on the Disney+ platform. And they’re happy to see that Din Zarin (Pedro Pascal) and Grogu have found each other!

Fans who have seen The Book of Boba Fett spin-off know how the reunion between the two heroes happened, but it was quite a surprise to others. But that leaves no time for emotion, Din Zarin and Grogu head straight for new adventures.

In the second episode of Season 3, the Mandalorian and his younger companions go on an expedition to Mandalore, where Din Zarin hopes to be freed to find the way to the Mandalorians.

And like every episode of the Disney+ series: many nods and easter eggs to the Star Wars saga make their way into this episode. Here are all the hidden details you absolutely shouldn’t miss in The Mandalorian Season 3 Episode 2!

The Mandalorian series is available on Disney+.

Bunta Eve Race

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Pelli Motto (Amy Sedaris), Mos Eisley’s mechanic, talks about “Bunta Eve,” a celebration she has to roll up her sleeves because there’s so much work to be done. And for good reason, it’s the only annual module race held on Tatooine. The party first appeared in the Star Wars universe in The Phantom Menace and a certain Anakin Skywalker (Jake Lloyd) entered and won the race in 32 BC. By.

Jump like a Lurmen

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Looking very happy to see Peli Moto again, the little grogu jumped into his arms. The latter marvels at how he manages to jump like that and compares his jump to Larmen. This is a species familiar to Star Wars fans as there are a few specimens of this pacifist furry biped that aided the Jedi during the Clone Wars in the Clone Wars animated series.

Droid R5-D4

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The R5-D4 astromech droid is familiar to Star Wars fans since it first appeared in A New Hope. He ended up on Tatooine with R2-D2 and C-3PO in the Jawas sand tank. Originally bought by Wayne Lars and Luke Skywalker, it was eventually returned to the Jawas because it was defective. Later, he joined the rebellion and helped spy on the Imperial forces. He now found himself in the possession of Pelli Moto who sold him to Din Zarin for his quest in Mandalore.

Concordia Moon

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Concordia is the moon of Mandalore. Day Zarin (Pedro Pascal) explained that he grew up on this moon, which was ruled by Death Watch leader Prie Vizla at the start of the Clone Wars. We also know that Din Zarin is the son of the famous Death Watch, a group of dissident Mandalorians who broke with Mandalorian society after attempting to overthrow the pacifist government of Mandalore. Jon Favreau, creator of The Mandalorian in the animated series The Clone Wars and The Book of Boba Fett series, voices Prie Vizla, wielder of the famous black lightsaber.

The Mandalorians’ past with the Jedi

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When Bo-Katan Kryze (Katie Sackhoff, who reprized her role from the animated series) arrives on Mandalore to rescue Din Zarin, she explains to a suspicious Grogu that Mandalorians and Jedi got together and even once fought together. He specifically mentions his alliance with Ahsoka Tano or Obi-Wan Kenobi to fight against Darth Maul.

Mandalore the Great

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Bo-Katan mentions Mandalore the Great when reading a stone inscription in Mandalore’s mines. The latter controlled Mythosaurus according to legend. Little is known about him but it is explained in Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic and Star Wars Legends – which are no longer part of the canon of the universe – that he led the Mandalorians against the Jedi during the Mandalorian Wars.

Myths still exist!

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When Bo-Katan goes looking for Din Zarin in the depths of the Living Water in the mines of Mandalore, he meets a terrifying monster: a Mythosaurus, a creature from the planet Mandalore. The Mythosaurs were slaughtered by the Tang when they conquered the planet. The Mythosaurus skull later became a symbol of the Mandalorian people. The fact that the Mythosaurs still exist at last must have a huge impact on the future of the Mandalorian people.

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