The Mandalorian Recreates Robot Fail Videos Because Star Wars Droids Are Now Real

In the episode we visit a utopia where droids are the workforce and people have time to just enjoy life, throwing lavish tea parties and playing croquet with Jack Black and Lizzo. The topic of droids has always been in the background of “Star Wars” stories, only explored sporadically. These beings, while alive and sentient, are often mistreated and prejudiced, but this episode offers a different perspective.

Towards the end of the episode, Din Djarin (Pedro Pascal) and Bo-Katan Kryze (Katee Sackhoff) go to a droid bar called The Resistor, where the bartender offers to help them solve the crime. The bartender isn’t hiding anything, but is concerned that droids will quickly be replaced by humans. It’s an existential crisis we’ve never seen before in this franchise, and it raises several questions about the portrayal of droids to date.

The reason the droid is so worried is that droids break down and we see several instances of droid malfunctions. These come straight from viral videos, like a Garbage truck throwing garbage. The climax of the subplot, of course, was the notorious droid hater Din Djarin kicking a Super Battle Droid as if it were a Boston Dynamics robot, an absolute hate crime Din should pay for. What makes this even better is the subsequent scene where the battle droid runs off with its tiny little legs and huge torso (demonstrating the importance of leg day).

Although Star Wars took place in the past, it has always given us a glimpse of a future full of possibilities, but when it comes to droids, let’s heed the warning and never kick one.

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