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The Surprise Pairing Fans Are Loving In The Book Of Boba Fett Chapter 7

The following article contains spoilers for "The Book of Boba Fett" Episode 7.

After taking a slight detour to show viewers what was going on with Din Djarin (Pedro Pascal) and Grogu, "The Book of Boba Fett" Season 1 finale finally brought back the focus to the titular bounty hunter. Boba Fett's (Temuera Morrison) war with the Pykes is front and center, and for much of the episode, Boba gets into one shootout after the next with the Pykes, Cad Bane, and some deadly droids.

The action gets ramped up to 11, as the plot constantly raises the stakes, whether that entails introducing Boba's Rancor or having Grogu use the force after said Rancor gets into a frenzy. However, that doesn't mean the show is completely absent of quieter moments where you can really sit and reflect or at least crack a smile among all of the carnage. It's definitely heartwarming to see the reunion between Din and Grogu, but there's another pairing featured in the episode fans can't help but talk about.

Fans can't get enough of Peli with the Twi'lek majordomo

In the midst of battle, Peli Motto (Amy Sedaris) rides in to deliver Grogu to Din Djarin. She sticks around because she knows her way around a pistol, and while she doesn't get a big hero moment, she does manage to help the slimiest character featured on "The Book of Boba Fett" — the Twi'lek majordomo, played by David Pasquesi. They make an endearing duo, partly because Peli is so nice to lend a helping hand to someone who needs it ... even if they don't necessarily deserve it. 

Fans took to Reddit to voice how much they loved the combination, such as u/Aurc writing, "Peli Motto is good people. I liked that she met up with her male counterpart, the mayor's assistant. He's twice as cringe, and half as endearing, however." While the two have aspects in common, they also share a pretty significant difference, making their team-up more intriguing. As u/NoNefariousness2144 says, "Their duo act worked surprisingly well. Peli is incredibly loyal, the assistant is the exact opposite. Yet Peli helps save him because that's the good person she is, meanwhile if the scenario was flipped you know the assistant would have abandoned her."

Thanks to Peli's quick thinking, they both manage to survive the Pyke war. Seeing how it's unlikely any future Disney+ "Star Wars" series will leave Tatooine for good, it's possible they could both pop up in the future.