A Little Excited/Disappointed/Confused by The Mandalorian's Season-2 Closer

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@mythociate (18239)
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
April 5, 2021 12:13pm CST
The point of contention revolves around ... the finale of the episode, so I'll probably be SPOILING THE SURPRISE ... ... so I give you an entire screen of 'small-talk,' ... and give you some WARNING (in case you wanna see the surprise for yourself) mmmO.K.? O.K.! (I don't know if 'a screen of the text-window' = 'a screen of the post,' but I feel like I've stalled enough.) The deal revolves around ... well, let me back up. The Mandalorian (his name's Din or Don or Dijon Jim or something, but everyone calls him Mando) has been given the mission of delivering 'The Child' ("Baby Yoda," whose actual name is Grogi) to be fully trained in The Ways of The Force by a Jedi Master. That's a difficult task, as the known universe has been taken over by a new Empire/First-Order and the Jedi have mostly disappeared. In the episode before, Mando lost The Child when he took The Child to a planet where they could send out a signal for a Jedi Master to come find them. In this episode, Mando and a group of friends have to take over the kidnappers' ship. But the ship is protected by 'the latest version of Stormtrooper' (Dark-Troopers ... armored robots with NO human element), who's weapons can only be bested by Mando's beskar-armor). But at the end, the Dark-Troopers are all effortlessly cut down by a 'mysterious Jedi Master' who comes in to take The Child to training. 'That Jedi Master' is the point-of-contention: It was exciting to see them--hooded and slicing-and-dicing all the Dark-troopers--thinking 'Who's it gonna be? Who's it gonna be?'; Disappointing, when he takes off his hood and reveals, 'Hey! That's not Rey Skywalker!'; and Confusing when you think of the Jedi's green light-saber and one black glove and rugged surfer-boy looks, " 'Is that ... Young Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill)?' https://www.yahoo.com/entertainment/famous-jedi-showed-mandalorian-fans-170104965.html ... oh, this takes place BETWEEN RETURN OF THE JEDI & THE FORCE AWAKENS (i.e. in the 30+ years between Parts 6 & 7), and Rey is only a baby now (if she's born at all). ((I found that out on the fan-wiki whose address is in the picture's description))
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@sharonelton (3086)
• Lichfield, England
9 Apr
Sounds exciting to me.
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@mythociate (18239)
• Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
9 Apr
Did I mention it's on Disney+ (Disney Plus)?