I Finally Saw ‘The Mandalorian’ And Now I’m In Love with Mando
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When "The Mandalorian" launched on Disney+ I didn't watch it, not because I wasn't interested in it, I actually just decided to wait until all the episodes were added so I could binge watch the entire season. I don't care about spoilers so when news about "Baby Yoda" came out and when Buzz, Brandon and Lisa would talk about it I wasn't bothered by it. This past weekend,everything changed when I finally sat down to watch all five episodes!
My nephew had it on in the background and I was immediately sucked in. I knew Baby Yoda was cute but I didn't anticipate how friggin' ADORABLE he is! Baby Yoda is the purest, sweetest creature I've ever seen and I would die for him. But let's also focus on someone else I love now: The Mandalorian, or Mando as they call him sometimes. I don't know if it's the armor, his strength and fighting skills, his dedication to keeping Baby Yoda safe, his mysterious past or my attraction for men who are emotionally unavailable, but I think I'm in love with him.
Sure, he never shows his face, but does he really need to? I can tell he has a troubled but beautiful soul just by his stance.
He obviously has the capability to love someone else because his connection to Baby Yoda is strong, just imagine yourself in those arms.
The more I watched "The Mandalorian" the more I fell in love with him. Now that I know that Pedro Pascal plays him, I don't mind what's underneath the helmet. This is what he looks like without the helmet.
Pascal has been in some other things you may have seen like "Game of Thrones" and "Narcos." Even though I (now) know that it's not always Pascal in the armor in some scenes, I still like to think it's Pascal who is fighting to keep Baby Yoda safe.
I cannot wait for more episodes of "The Mandalorian," because it really is a good show, but also, because with each episode, Mando gives us more hints of who he is in his heart, and I love him. Here's hoping there's an episode where he finally takes the helmet off.
This is the Way.