The Mandalorian: Chapter 15 Debuts Mando's "New" Look and Hilarious Nickname

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By Bri Constantino | More Articles Socially awkward straightedge fraud.
December 11, 2020  10:21 AM

 

Warning: If you haven't seen the latest episode of The Mandalorian Season 2 yet, this news contains major spoilers so read at your own risk!

We're one episode away from witnessing The Mandalorian Season 2's epic conclusion and in my view, Chapter 15 somewhat serves as a breather for us viewers considering how the previous episode "The Tragedy" exhausted a lot of us with everything that went down. That's not to say though that it was just another filler episode because it's still a pretty action-packed entry that is totally a solid watch.



Titled "The Believer", it saw the return of one of Mando's previous foes from Season 1, the cunning and devious Migs Mayfeld who once betrayed him during a mission. As teased in the closing moments of Chapter 14, Mayfeld was the key to uncovering some information about the Galactic Empire's whereabouts in order to rescue Grogu. The episode sees Din Djarin form an unlikely alliance with Mayfeld as they journey through the Empire's station located at Morak. Of course, since the place is obviously crowded with troopers, they had to blend in order to penetrate the station without getting caught.

Din temporarily ditches his beskar gear for a tanktrooper outfit and given Mayfeld's past as an imperial sharpshooter, he of course knew the ins-and-outs of the facility. They were eventually successful in entering the area after delivering rhydonium to the facility. The episode pretty much revolves around their quest to retrieve some valuable Imperial information but Mando almost blows it when a suspicious Valin Hess asked him for his identification. Thankfully, Migs comes in for the save to give Djarin a much-needed assist, and in the process, he hilariously gave Mando a brand new nickname "Brown Eyes" and after seeing the episode, I wouldn't really blame you if that moniker sticks.

Although it wasn't as explosive as Chapter 14, I gotta say, "The Believer" was still able to deliver. While some fans may look at it as just an "okay" episode, I think it's the break we all deserve heading into the final chapter of Season 2 which undoubtedly will be firing on all cylinders. Prepare yourselves for it's going to be one hell of a ride. Will Mando be triumphant in his quest to save Baby Yoda? We'll find out soon enough.

The Mandalorian Season 2 is available for streaming on Disney+.

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