This post is full of spoilers. If you have not watched all of season 2 yet, you have been warned!
The arc of Season 2 of The Mandalorian shows the title character slowly changing his ways, acting less like an independent bounty hunter and more like a collaborator and friend. From here on out, whenever I’m referring to the title character in The Mandalorian and not the show itself, I’ll refer to him as “Mando”. This seems appropriate since most everyone who talks and writes about this show on the internet refers to him as “Mando”. Heck, even a character within the show (Greef Karga) calls him by that nickname. Mando actually has a name, Din Djarin, but calling him “Din” all the time would sound weird. (Not as weird as calling someone “Greef”, but weird enough.) Rest assured, I’m going along with calling Din “Mando” out of expediency. I still think it sounds too much like Lando, as in Calrissian. Calling him “Man” would have been ridiculous. But I digress.Continue reading