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Entertainment It's OK Not To Call Baby Yoda by His Official Name

05:45  30 november  2020
05:45  30 november  2020 Source:   thewrap.com

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The Mandalorian heroically declines to kill Baby Yoda or otherwise sanction his death, as Disney+ is far too wholesome to countenance such butchery That’ s it . A vague Episode 5 stinger implying the presence of some formidable villain who might not get his /her/ its ass kicked immediately qualifies as

"I know its real name and it ' s one of the reasons that I have extra security now because I don't want to be given some kind of truth serum by someone," he "Maybe, that's what Favreau and his team wants us to do is get distracted or complacent calling the character Baby Yoda so that they can shock us

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(Spoilers ahead for the "Chapter 13" episode of the Disney+ "Star Wars" series, "The Mandalorian")

What's in a name? If we're talking about Baby Yoda, apparently a lot. From the beginning of "The Mandalorian," the world has been rightfully obsessed. Let's face it: you watch "The Mandalorian" for the plot, for the great guest stars, for Pedro Pascal's intense performance as Mando… but mostly, you watch for Baby Yoda, who each week gets a spotlight in some way. (Last week it was macarons; the week before it was soup.)

On this week's episode of "The Mandalorian," we got a bunch of cute moments and then some. In an episode that was heavy with easter eggs and mythology, we were awarded some pretty significant information regarding Baby Yoda's background and real origins — including his name. Yes, Baby Yoda has a name and it's not even "The Child," which is how he's referred to in all the proper Disney marketing. It's Grogu.

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It ’ s totally fine to call The Mandalorian’s Baby Yoda , Baby Yoda . Baby Yoda has been capturing hearts on both sides of the Atlantic ever since they made their debut in The Mandalorian earlier this month.

Official , certified news. Off. footage. Official trailers and clips. By choosing not to be rude, you increase the overall civility of the community and make it better for all of us. Edit: y’all I said take it with a grain of salt 😂 I’ve no idea if he’s telling the truth or just spouting bullshit from his ass, but in the past he has If it ' s true, I don't like it. Doesn't feel like the name of someone from Yoda 's species.

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But just because Grogu is the officially official name of everyone's favorite infant alien, does that mean we really need to call him that? Is all hope lost for knowing Baby Yoda as Baby Yoda? When he first appeared at the end of the premiere of "The Mandalorian," no one knew what to call him. Baby Yoda fit because, well… what else do you call a 50-year-old mini version of wise old Yoda? It quickly became beloved, so much so that you'd be hard-pressed to find anyone that still doesn't call him Baby Yoda. Heck, I still call him Baby Yoda. Old habits die hard.

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What is Baby Yoda ' s real name ? While Baby Yoda clearly has gotten much more attention, he isn't the first other green alien to enter the galactic fray. In Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace, Yaddle made her debut as a female Jedi Master and member of the Jedi High Council.

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After his debut, fans started clamoring for merchandise. "Star Wars" needed something more "official" to call the popular character than just Baby Yoda, so Bob Iger and Disney began referring to him as "The Child." Even though we all knew Baby Yoda had a real name that would be revealed at some point, we latched onto these two nicknames. They're a part of us. Having a real name just means that there's something appropriate to call the character, but it doesn't take away from how we see him.

The moral of the story is that as much as "The Mandalorian" wants us to start using Grogu as liberally as we use "Anakin" or "Leia," there's no reason we can't keep referring to him as The Child or Baby Yoda. Or even "kid," which is what Mando calls him. Sure, those aren't technically his real names. But nicknames are perfectly fine in this day and age.

And let's face it: they're a lot cuter.

Watch Robert Rodriguez Play Guitar for Baby Yoda on 'The Mandalorian' Set (Video) .
Sure, "The Mandalorian" ended its second season last week, and yes it's gonna be at least two years before the Disney+ series returns for Season 3. But that doesn't mean there isn't more Baby Yoda — sorry, we can't really accept "Grogu" — content to tide you over in the interim. Well, sorta. Director Robert Rodriguez, who headed up the Season 2 episode "The Tragedy," gave fans a present on Christmas Day in the form of a behind-the-scenes video in which he jams out on his acoustic guitar next to the adorable Baby Yoda puppet. And thankfully, the puppeteers knew enough to make sure Baby Yoda bobbed his head along with the music.

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