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SWCU – The Book of Boba Fett S01 Ep02 Review


CHAPTER 2 has arrived, and what an episode it was! After seeing the first episode last week, I had mixed feelings, which you can check out here. This week though, I am now siding with the fans who are incredibly excited to see what is revealed with the rest of this season.

The most enjoyable part of this episode is the amount of detail they wrote into Boba’s backstory – all of the scenes with the Tuskan Raiders were AMAZING!!! I never thought I’d enjoy seeing what Boba was up to after he crawled out of the Sarlacc pit. But I can’t wait to see the rest of his character development – it’s pretty exciting stuff!

Also, Jabba the Hutt’s cousins – there’s two of them now, lol (as if one wasn’t enough!) AND that WOOKIE Bounty Hunter – he goes by the name of Black Krrsantan 👇


The entire reveal about Boba’s connection to the Tuskan Raiders is so well-done and detailed! It was a real surprise to see the story go in this direction for Boba. It is very different from what I expected to see in his show – so far, it hasn’t been action-heavy, and we don’t see him collecting bounties either.




I loved how the Tuskan Raiders are so tribal and work on a hierarchal leadership system, which surprised a lot of people who didn’t know anything about the Tuskan Raiders. They are fascinating people, and the original trilogy did not do them justice! They are just as complicated and diverse as any other race portrayed in the Star Wars universe.

When Boba is given his robes in honour of his connection and deeds. I think that is a crucial moment in his story. I could feel the weight of the scene hours after I had watched it. Very moving and just awesome. So I am totally amped for the next one! What did you think, or what are your thoughts on the last episode? Check me out in the comments as always, my friends!

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By JulieG

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