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What a Piece of Junk! Episode 11: The Mandalorian: Season 1 Review
What A Piece of Junk is THE podcast on the Fandom Podcast Network dedicated to covering everything Star Wars. From the original Star Wars trilogy movies, to the prequels, to Legends canon, Disney's acquisition of Star Wars and its products, and all the fan favorite content out there, we have you covered. So please make sure to stop on over at your local cantina, grab a drink, cozy on up to your favorite alien (or droid), and get ready to talk Star Wars!
This episode we welcome a friend of Kevin's Raider fandom, Murf Murphy! We discuss Murf's love of Star Wars (after his love for the Las Vegas Raiders) and him finally getting to unleash it on the podcast. We jump right into some Rise of Skywalker box office numbers and critic vs fan reviews. Murf also gives us his thoughts and review of the last movie of the Skywalker Saga. Lastly in the news, we discuss TWO huge rumors about the next Star Wars movie coming in 2022 and the next Star Wars show coming directly to D+ in fall of 2020. Then we get right back into The Mandalorian as we review the entire Season 1. We get Derrick, Kyle, Kevin, and Murf's final thoughts about characters, episodes, likes and dislikes, and what we hope and want to see come in Season 2 of the Mandalorian.
We hope you join us on this journey discussing something we all love, the Coaxium is refined and the Hyperdrive is ready so PUNCH IT!
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