'The Mandalorian' Season 2 Episode 4: Macaroon-muncher Baby Yoda, the Dark Troopers has fans lauding 'The Siege'

The Carl Weathers-directed episode had almost everything fans could ask for, except Ahsoka Tano

                            'The Mandalorian' Season 2 Episode 4: Macaroon-muncher Baby Yoda, the Dark Troopers has fans lauding 'The Siege'

Spoilers for 'The Mandalorian' Season 2 Episode 4 'Chapter 12: The Siege'

Baby Yoda helping Mando repair the Razor Crest or Baby Yoda eating Macaroons? Yes, you head it right. Pastel Blue French macaroons! And then there's some solid fight sequence involving storm troopers and finally a Moff Gideon glimpse. Carl Weathers has pretty much delivered a hit episode with his direction, and we were right, the episode was a filler, meaning the wait for Ahsoka Tano continues. As the episode now hurtles towards the second season, Twitter had an avalanche of opinions about 'The Siege'. 

"This season of The Mandalorian is not skimping on action or budget," wrote one of the fans after watching the action-packed episode. This was seconded by another fan who wrote: "Mando Eve keeps getting better each week. Congrats to @halhickel and the team at #ilmvfx on another great episode! This one had some particularly beautiful shots and sequences. #TheMandalorian". The chemistry between Baby Yoda and Mando seems to get better by the episode and the cuteness factor was on full display which had the audience go ga-ga. "Probably the most accurate depiction of parenting a toddler I’ve seen tonight on #TheMandalorian," said one of the fans.





Some were still disappointed there was no Ahsoka Tano in the episode. "I just finished watching the new episode of @themandalorian and when Ahsoka didn’t make an appearance, I actually screamed. I somehow knew she wouldn’t be in this episode but I was still upset when she wasn’t #TheMandalorian #AhsokaTano," she opined. "What a great episode of @themandalorian. No spoilers as usual but it was good to see some familiar faces and go on an exciting mission. And what a cliffhanger at the end," one of the comments read.

"That was really good! Loved everything about that episode. A perfect example of an exciting "sidetrack" episode that can still move the story forward in a couple ways! Amazing all around. That was a blast! #TheMandalorian" a fan wrote. To end with, here's a fan question for all 'Star Wars' fans. "Wait a fucking minute. Are those Dark Troopers??? HOLY SHIT #MandoZane #themandalorian"








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