Disney’s hit Star Wars show “The Mandalorian” is about a lot of things we’ve come to expect from the lucrative, spacefaring franchise. Cool-looking helmets. Super-fast spaceships. Baby Yoda.
But as the show rockets toward the end of its second season, there are hints it might be about something more than edge-of-your-seat action and Disney+ subscription sales: It’s also an indictment of faith-fueled conflict, and a celebration of religious pluralism.
An encounter between two fan-favorite characters in a recent episode is made all the more profound when one understands that religion — a constant but also often ignored catalyst in the Star Wars universe — is likely the driving force (pun intended) behind many of the actions onscreen.
Warning: Spoilers regarding multiple Star Wars movies, animated television shows and episodes of “The Mandalorian” — including recent ones — follow.
That backpack rocket doesn't have a regulation infant car seat!
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