Will Mando Be In The Book Of Boba Fett: Episode 4 Ending Explained

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‘The Book of Boba Fett’ Episode 4 ending saw a couple of developments that set the stage for the show’s approaching denouement. With a couple of episodes left, the story seems to finally pick up the pace. The excitement for things to turn up at Tatooine is sky-high right now. However, the thing that’s quite possibly the most thrilling part of what’s to come is a familiar character’s return. This expected-to-appear character is none other than Din Djarin, aka the Mandalorian himself.

Boba needs muscle if he wants to defeat the Pyke Syndicate. And having Djarin on his side fills a large deficit in terms of Boba’s man force. Let’s now delve into all that the ending of ‘The Book of Boba Fett’ episode 4 means and what it entails for the character of Mando returning to the screen. Spoilers ahead!

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‘The Book of Boba Fett’ Episode 4 Ending Explained

The ending of ‘The Book of Boba Fett’ Episode 4 sees Boba and Fennec meeting with all the crime leaders that went astray after Jabba the Hutt fell. Boba wants all these former captains under Hutt to reunite once again and work with him. However, the crime leaders are not keen on Boba’s offer. Nor are they particularly sure about Boba’s strength. When the Rancor jilts them all, the leaders do get pretty shaken and understand Boba’s authority a little bit. However, the Pyke Syndicate’s spice trade is massive in terms of logistics and profits. The crime leaders are will be axing their own feet opposing the Syndicate, as well as depriving themselves of the profits and revenue they get from the trade.

Fett understands their position and the quandary at hand. So he proposes a solution. He wants to eradicate the Pyke Syndicate, and if the crime leaders won’t back him up, he wants them all to at least remain neutral when he does take the war to the Syndicate. The proposition is much more sound to the leaders, and they all agree. As they all leave Boba’s palace, another worry riddles Boba’s mind. Fennec wonders about their financial standing, which doesn’t bother Boba. What does bother him, however, is the lack of muscle they have right now.

‘The Book of Boba Fett’ Episode 4 Ending: The Mando Theme Rings

They would require an abundant amount of muscle if they’re to take on the Syndicate, which is growing its forces at Tatooine more and more each passing day. That’s when Fennec reminds Boba that they can buy all the muscle they need, all they need are credits and knowing where to look. Right at the moment Fennec makes that suggestion, the camera pans away from them, and a very familiar theme plays in the background. It’s the unmistakable Ludwig Göransson-composed theme for ‘The Mandalorian’.

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Boba and Fennec at the end of episode 4

Will Mando Be in ‘The Book of Boba Fett’?

If ‘The Mandalorian’ theme during the ending of episode 4 of ‘The Book of Boba Fett’ is any hint, then our beloved Mando is definitely coming back. His arrival makes sense and, in a sense, should have been considered inevitable since ‘The Book of Boba Fett’ serves as a spin-off to ‘The Mandalorian’. With Din Djarin’s arrival, the story will also most likely pick the pace the fans have been craving for so far.

The pace and the punchy action that the fans of the series and the Star Wars universe have been looking for have been disappointingly absent from the show. Even the action and the chase scenes have seemed stale. With Mando’s addition to Boba’s side, he would have a strong enough betting chance against the mighty Pyke Syndicate. And maybe having another bounty hunter that he has worked with before will replenish Boba’s badass side as well. All we need now is to hear that theme music again as Boba and Djarin obliterate the syndicate soldiers.

What has the Bounty Hunter Been Upto?

There is little doubt regarding Mandalorian’s appearance in Boba Fett now. However, a major question remains, what has Din Djarin been up to all this time? We know that he had to bid a tearful goodbye to Grogu, aka baby Yoda, at the end of ‘The Mandalorian’ season 2. Making an iconic return to the universe was none other than Luke Skywalker himself, who came to pick Grogu up and take him away. In the absence of a mysteriously important ancient baby, Djarin still has a lot on his hands.

By the end of season 2, Djarin mistakenly got the hold of the Darksaber. That has also made him, much to his chagrin and reluctance, the leader of all Mandalore. While Boba and Fennec have been trying to salvage and save the planet of Tatooine, Djarin must be contending with his new annoying situation. It’s difficult to think that he will be free right now, with Bo Katan still very much desiring the Darksaber. However, if he is, it’s all the more reason for celebration because we just might see the Darksaber in action again.

‘The Book of Boba Fett’ is available to stream on Disney+.

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