The Mandalorian: Baby Yoda Takes the Spotlight Yet Again After Stealing Cookies

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By Bri Constantino | More Articles Socially awkward straightedge fraud.
November 20, 2020  10:47 AM


Warning: if you haven't seen The Mandalorian Season 2's new episode yet, this news contains major spoilers so read at your own risk!

Baby Yoda has always been in the spotlight ever since his debut in The Mandalorian's first season thanks to his irresistible charm but as of late, fans have found themselves having mixed feelings towards the character, mainly due to his controversial act in the show's tenth chapter.

I'm pretty sure you're all aware by now of what I'm talking about. The Child munching on the Frog Lady's eggs in Season 2 Episode 2 has been deemed a disgusting and unforgivable act by a lot of Star Wars fans, as silly as that may sound. The following episode did redeem Baby Yoda for the "crime" he committed but the newest episode of The Mandalorian is causing another buzz and it only proves that the adorable young fellow will do whatever it takes just to get his food.

One sequence in the episode titled "The Siege" features Greek Karga taking The Child to school. Obviously exhausted and hungry from his recent travel with Mando, Baby Yoda sees a kid snacking on a pack of blue macaron-like cookies that looked so inviting, the creature couldn't help but drool over it. At first, he politely asks the kid to give him a piece but he gets a no for an answer which then leads to Baby Yoda using the Force to steal all of the cookies away from the kid. Oh my.

The scene obviously caught the attention of viewers and it's causing quite a buzz on Twitter. Could The Child once again fall victim to cancel culture? Check out some of the hilarious reactions here:


It would be interesting if this new dastardly act from Baby Yoda would cause the same amount of backlash when he ate the Frog Lady's eggs. The Child continues to be the center of attention every week and rightfully so. It only proves how invested a lot of us are with the character. Hopefully, despite the fact that he committed a "crime", fans would go easy on the charming creature.

The Mandalorian Season 2 is streaming on Disney+.

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