Star Wars Fans Declare The Bad Batch's Hunter as the Galaxy's Latest DILF

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By Nobelle Borines | More Articles Hoarder of Fantasy Books and Stephen King Wannabe
May 07, 2021  11:42 AM

There is little doubt that things are getting exciting in Star Wars: The Bad Batch as Clone Force 99 is figuring out what the Empire had been up to before it took over after the fall of the Republic. However, other things are keeping fans hooked on the animated show. For instance. Star Wars fans have found a new DILF in the Bad Batch's leader Hunter.

WATCH OUT! The following contains SPOILERS from The Bad Batch Episode 2! Proceed with caution!

In the latest episode of The Bad Batch, the remaining members of Clone Force 99 (Hunter, Echo, Wrecker, and Tech) head for Saleucami to meet with former Clone Trooper Cut Lawquane. It is Cut who tells them about the inhibitor chips embedded in the clones' brains, the same chips being the ones controlling them when Order 66 was executed.

For now, the fight against the Galactic Empire will have to be set on a smaller scale. Cut tells Hunter that he wants to take his family out of the planet but is unable to do so due to a new law. The only legal way to get transport is to acquire chain codes. Luckily, Tech and Echo can get this for Cut and his family.

Interestingly, Cut and Run continued to show the more gentle side of Hunter, who had grown attached to the young clone Omega since the premiere episode. Not surprisingly, fans are loving the "dilfication" of Hunter and some are even comparing him to the original Star Wars Disney+ DILF Din Djarin of The Mandalorian.

There is little doubt that we'll continue to see Hunter doting on Omega in the upcoming episodes. Let's just hope that Hunter will be able to protect the young clone in the future.

The Bad Batch Episode 2 is now streaming on Disney+.

Related: The Bad Batch Episode 2 Recap: Cut and Run From The Empire

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