The Mandalorian’s Longest Episode Yet Leaves Fans Fuming; Here’s Why

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Warning: If you haven't seen Chapter 19 of The Mandalorian, this article contains major spoilers so read at your own risk.

Star Wars fans couldn't wait to see the latest episode of The Mandalorian Season 3, especially after last week's hair-raising Mythosaur tease. Chapter 19, titled "The Convert" did pick up where the previous chapter left off but much to the chagrin of viewers, the majority of the new episode barely involved Din Djarin, Grogu, and Bo-Katan Kryze.

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In fact, Chapter 19 was centered on the returning Doctor Pershing who was apparently sent to Coruscant to participate in the New Republic's amnesty program. It also marks the return of one of Moff Gideon's trusted officers played by Katy O'Brian who we later find out to be Elia Kane, who became an officer of the New Republic all thanks to the same program.

While it was quite refreshing to see the show tap into other stories, fans weren't exactly thrilled that the titular bounty hunter and his Force-wielding apprentice were only given roughly 15 minutes of screen time. Following the episode, Mando fans stormed Twitter to air their disappointment towards Chapter 19. Check out some of the reactions below:

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Despite the fact that this season revolves around Din's quest to bring Mandalore back to its former glory, Pershing and Kane's developing plot is also essential to the future of the MandoVerse. Personally, I didn't mind that Chapter 19 was focused on them because at least we got to see actual character development.

The Mandalorian Season 3's latest episode is now streaming on Disney+.