“The Reckoning” Season 1 Episode 7 ‘The Mandalorian’ Review

Steph Sabraw (@stephsabraw), Ryan Nilsen (@rynilsen), Xia Anderson (@xia_land) & Christian Bladt (@cristianDMZ) break down “The Reckoning”. The Mandalorian receives a message from Greef Karga. Karga’s town has been overrun by Imperial troops led by the Client, who is desperate to recover the Child. Karga proposes that the Mandalorian use the Child as bait in order to kill the Client and free the town. In return, Karga will square things with the Guild, which would allow the Mandalorian and the Child to live in peace. Sensing a trap, the Mandalorian recruits Cara Dune and Kuiil the Ugnaught to assist him. Kuill has also rebuilt and reprogrammed IG-11, and the group journeys to Nevarro. Upon arrival they meet Karga and his associates, but en route to the town are attacked by Mynocks. Karga is injured but the Child uses the force to heal his wound. In return, Karga shoots his associates and explains his original plan to kill the Mandalorian and take the Child to the Client. The group formulates a new plan: Karga will pretend that Dune captured the Mandalorian, and all three will enter the town to meet the Client. Meanwhile, Kuiil will return the Child to the ship. During the meeting, the Client receives a call from Moff Gideon, whose troops surround the building and open fire, killing the Client. Gideon arrives and boasts that the Child will soon be in his possession. In the desert outside town, scout troopers track and kill Kuiil and kidnap the Child.

Disney takes us to the deepest depths of a galaxy far far away, and we’re here to talk about it in THE AFTERBUZZ TV THE MANDALORIAN AFTER SHOW PODCAST. Set after the stories of Boba and Jango Fett, The Mandalorian follows an unnamed bounty hunter in the outer reaches of the galaxy and away from the New Republic, capturing targets and collecting his rewards. Tune in as our hosts breakdown each episode of the new series!

About The Mandalorian: After the stories of Jango and Boba Fett, another warrior emerges in the Star Wars universe. The Mandalorian is set after the fall of the empire and before the emergence of the first order. The series depicts a lone gunfighter in the outer reaches of the galaxy far from the authority of the New Republic.