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The Mandalorian S3 Offers A Teaser For Fans Who Skipped The Book Of Boba Fett

In a matter of days, we'll be back to humming Mando's awesome theme tune every week thanks to Season 3 of "The Mandalorian," aka "Space Adventures in Babysitting." As shown in the recent trailers, the beskar-plated badass is back with his pointy-eared sprog in tow, on a mission to atone for his slip-up of taking off his helmet. While we'd be happy to let it slide for a glimpse at Pedro Pascal, this is a massive Mandalorian no-no that everyone and their Fett friend seems to do nowadays.

It could be argued that the action was warranted, though, after Mando was under the impression he'd never see the pea-green pipsqueak again after the Season 2 finale. However, since then, "The Book of Boba Fett" opened up and managed to squeeze a side story in that saw Din Djarin (Pascal) join his mission and be reunited with Grogu (David Acord) after the Foundling decided to split from the teachings of Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill). Now back on the trail with Mando, a brand new clip reveals that fans who skipped "The Book of Boba Fett" aren't the only ones who need to be updated on the recent reunion or recall just how grabby a Force-enabled toddler can be when there are red M&Ms in the area.

Mando has a catch-up with Greef Karga in the first clip for The Mandalorian Season 3

Appearing on a Disney+ ad on the Apple App Store of all places, the clip — which you can watch on Reddit — shows our favorite Mandalorian (sorry, Boba) take some time out to talk to the High Magistrate (Carl Weathers), who is shocked to see the return of the little guy that will devour anything edible. It's a tiny snippet but checks all the boxes to keep us tidied over before the show returns to our screens next month. Besides addressing the gaps as to why the bounty hunter and the baby are back together again, for those that didn't see "The Book of Boba Fett," it's just great to see the charming former member of the Bounty Hunters Guild cracking wise with his old pal once again.

The bonus for this season is that Weathers, who has now become a firm favorite in the "Star Wars" universe following his repeat appearances in the show, will also be sitting in the director's chair for an episode this season too, after helming "The Siege" in Season 2. Naturally, there are no details on just what that'll entail, as we don't really know any plot details for the rest of the show. This is the way, unfortunately. We'll just have to wait until "The Mandalorian" is back on bounty-hunting duty March 1, on Disney+.