Before I get into a recap of the latest episode of Star Wars Time, I need to make an announcement. Over the next few weeks, we will be porting the Star Wars Time podcast show over to its own Podcast on iTunes and other podcast services. The Entertainment Buddha-cast will remain, and will feature some Game of Thrones talk, and a possible video game podcast.
If you are a fan of the Star Wars Time show on EB’s network, make sure to plan accordingly for the switch over. We will provide new links and everything over here before the switch is made, so keep coming here for now until the final switch is flipped. We thank you for your time and appreciate your sticking with us during this transition.
Ok, now for Star Wars Time! In this episode we cover four different topics, and only one is rumor based. We start off talking about S1E6 of Star Wars Resistance, which had some great Easter Eggs, as well as a solid story that added to the show’s main narrative. We both really enjoy where this show is headed, and agree that it is well worth getting invested in.
We then move on to our buddy Rian Johnson, who is still actively engaging with trolls on Twitter to defend his narrative choices in The Last Jedi. We wonder why he continues to do so, and conclude that he does because he’s an artist defending his work, but also because he’s a Star Wars super fan who feels his take on Luke was the correct one, and he will defend it as if his Star Wars fanboy cred is under attack.
From here we move into a crazy rumor about who Matt Smith may be playing in Star Wars: Episode IX. I won’t spoil it here, but he’s rumored to be playing a major character from the original six movies, and it would be bananas if it goes down.
Finally, we react to the news that a Cassian Andor live action series has been green lit for Disney’s new Disney+ streaming platform, which is great news for Star Wars fans in general.
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