Star Wars: Andor (10 Viewers)

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Man, Luthan's ship is tricked out more than Boba's ride, that was some great flying as well...
That laser spin move was fun.

This episode was kind of slow paced, but that last 15 minutes or so was quite satisfying.
 

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So, without really reading this thread.. should I watch this show? For some reason this is the only Star Wars one I haven't bothered with. Should I bother?
 
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So, without really reading this thread.. should I watch this show? For some reason this is the only Star Wars one I haven't bothered with. Should I bother?
Did you like Rogue One?
 

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The Midnight Boys podcast raised a good point that makes the speeches and decisions in this show hit so much harder.

We’ve never heard the names of Cassian Andor, Kino Loy, Luthen Rael, etc. before.

These were rebels who knew they would never get a medal ceremony on Yavin, or even get to go to the Ewok party as Force ghosts. They did that stuff anyway.

When Luthen says “I burn my life to make a sunrise I know I’ll never see.”, you know that is real. We (the viewers) know that he’s right.

Same with Andor’s, “I’d rather die fighting them than live giving them what they want”/“one way out” lines.

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The Midnight Boys podcast raised a good point that makes the speeches and decisions in this show hit so much harder.

We’ve never heard the names of Cassian Andor, Kino Loy, Luthen Rael, etc. before.

These were rebels who knew they would never get a medal ceremony on Yavin, or even get to go to the Ewok party as Force ghosts.

When Luthen says “I burn my life to make a sunrise I know I’ll never see.”, you know that is real. We (the viewers) know that he’s right.

Love the midnight boys
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