The Book of Boba Fett

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Looks like fun! I am definitely in for this series.
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Definitely interested to see this part of the Star Wars universe we haven't really explored much in anything before.
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I am so here for this. If you're going to bring Boba back from the dead, you have to give me a reason this character "resurrection" is justified and I am so excited.

I adore all the criminal underworld exploration in The Clone Wars, so I am very excited to see the underworld at this point in the timeline. I love the tone of the trailer and I'm very excited about the very premise. I have this gut feeling this show will genuinely surprise me.

I have a good feeling about this!
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First episode is up
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I watched the first episode the other day and really enjoyed it! The flashback style created a way to show scenes from the past and move into the future. I know there's another episode up and a third one soon (actually, probably today, since I think new episodes are up on Wednesday) but I probably won't see them for a few days. My brother and I are watching together (with the magic of hitting play at the same time and talking on the phone) so it takes a bit more time and effort to coordinate schedules than just watching on my own. It's more fun this way too, since we're both Star War fans.
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