The Book Of Boba Fett Episode 7 Review (Finale)

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The first season of The Book of Boba Fett has come to an end. It was an absorbing season with so many surprises along the way. The Star Wars Universe is keeping getting bigger and better with these shows. The finale episode once again was fantastic and a fitting end to the season. 

So many good things happen in this episode, be it Grogu reuniting with Mando or the super cool stand off between Boba and Cad Bane. Not to forget the Scorpenek annihilator droids destroying the city. And of course Rancor ripping out the droids and creating havoc through the city. The actions scenes are quite incredible in the episode with so many cool moments in it. I just loved the exchange between Boba Fett and Mando, that made the episode extra special. Grogu is just adorable throughout the episode. 

Fennec Shand is superb in this one, it's a treat to watch her do her thing. She has the most thrilling kills in this episode. Specially at the end, where she decimates all the enemies including the Pyke Syndicate boss. There are so many highlights in this episode but the one that really stands out is the fight between Boba and Cad Bane. The stand off between the two is top notch. The thing that shocked me though was that they killed off Cad Bane. I thought we're going to see him in the future projects, but not to be. He is one of my favorite Star Wars characters. The scene was super cool though.

One more scene that stands out is when Grogu calms the Rancor down and sleeps alongside it. In the middle of the episode I though that Cobb Vanth is dead but we get see him in the mid credit scene, getting healed in Boba Fett's Bacta Tank. We also see the Modifier standing near the tank in preparation to make enhancements. Another scene that is worth mentioning is where Grogu arrives in a Starfighter with R2-D2. It's just fun to watch those things. At the end is well we see Mando and Grogu flying in the N-1 starfighter.

Overall this was a refreshing and a absolutely heartwarming show. I loved it. We might now dive straight into the 3rd season of The Mandalorian. But I would love explore more of Boba Fett's story. There are so many directions to take after this for this show. We just have to wait and see what do we have in store for us. 

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