Who is Grogu?
This week on the podcast, Brian and Darryl are breaking down all of the Ahsoka Tano goodness from Chapter 13: The Jedi. Plus to get ready for The Expanse season 5 premier they look at how James Holden, Captain of the Rocinante, stacks up to some other famous sci-fi captains. And of course, there are News Bites!
The Expanse Season 6: 4:02
Mads Mikkelsen in Fantastic Beasts: 12:32
Titans’ Starfire’s new clothes: 16:55
The Star Wars Story Group: 20:29
James Holden vs. the Captains: 27:34
The Jedi: 44:45
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Star Wars Story Group Writer Matt Martin Admits His Lack of Rebel and Republic B-Wing Knowledge
James Holden Vs. The Captains
Who is James Holden?
Played by Steven Strait on the Amazon Original Series, James “Jim” Holden is the captain of the Rocinante. Born between 30 BXT and 21 BXT in Montana on Earth, Holden joined the United Nations Navy, being dishonorably discharged after seven years of continuous duty. Following the destruction of the Canterbury, Holden, along with Shed Garvey, Naomi Nagata, Amos Burton, and Alex Kamal, went on a quest to uncover the true culprit. Holden always strives to do what he believes is right.
Captain James T. Kirk (USS Enterprise)
Captain Mal Reynolds (Serenity)
Captain Han Solo (Millennium Falcon)
Jean-Luc Picard (USS Enterprise – D)
Captain Kathryn Janeway (USS Voyager)
Stanley H. Tweedle (LEXX)
The Mandalorian (Season 2 Episode 5)
The Mandalorian and the Child continue their journey through a dangerous galaxy.
Title: Chapter 13: ‘The Jedi’
Directed by: Dave Filoni
Written by: Dave Filoni
Release Date: November 27, 2020
Pedro Pascal … The Mandalorian
Michael Biehn … Lang
Rosario Dawson … Ahsoka Tano
Diana Lee Inosanto … Morgan Elsbeth
James Croak … Prisoner
Wing Tao Chao … Governor Wing
Clark Schierle … Villager
The episode was written and directed by executive producer Dave Filoni.
The co-starring actors cast for this episode are Michael Biehn as Lang, Rosario Dawson as Ahsoka Tano, and Diana Lee Inosanto as Magistrate Morgan Elsbeth. This episode marks Ahsoka Tano’s first proper live-action appearance in the franchise.[a] Created by George Lucas and Filoni, the character was first introduced in the 2008 animated film Star Wars: The Clone Wars and later appeared in the animated television shows Star Wars: The Clone Wars and Star Wars Rebels, voiced by Ashley Eckstein. Additional guest-starring actors cast for this episode include James Croak as a prisoner, Dylan Alvarado as a village boy, Mai Brunelle as a village girl, Wing Tao Chao as Governor Wing, and Clark Schierle as a villager. Brendan Wayne, Lateef Crowder, and Barry Lowin are credited as stunt doubles for the Mandalorian. Caitlin Dechelle, Lauren Kim, and Mickey Giacomazzi are credited as stunt doubles for Ahsoka Tano, Morgan Elsbeth, and Lang, respectively. Grogu was performed by various puppeteers.
Ludwig Göransson composed the musical score for the episode. The featured tracks will be released in the second volume of the season two soundtrack.
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