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The Book of Boba Fett, Chapter 3: Looks matter

The Book of Boba Fett, Chapter 3: Looks matter

January 14, 2022

For the 102nd episode of the WhoDatJedi podcast, your hosts -- Aaron Svoboda (@Aaron_Svoboda), Alfredo Narvaez (@NOLA_Fredo) and David Gladow (@davegladow) -- do a watch and react to the third chapter of "The Book of Boba Fett," the live action spinoff series to "The Mandalorian" on Disney+. This episode of the series has drawn some criticism from fans for some of its real-life inspiration, but the WhoDatJedi crew has more concern over the quality of the visuals and effects, which just aren't as consistently good as Star Wars generally produces. Still, there's plenty to like here. The group also talks a little "Spider-Man: No Way Home," Dave's comic book movie rankings, and more.

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Song credit: Far, Far Away (Star Wars Jazz), by the Swamp Donkeys
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Related: Dave's comic book movie rankings

The Book of Boba Fett, Chapter 2: Finding a new outlook

The Book of Boba Fett, Chapter 2: Finding a new outlook

January 7, 2022

On the 101st episode of the WhoDatJedi podcast, your hosts -- Aaron Svoboda (@Aaron_Svoboda), Alfredo Narvaez (@NOLA_Fredo) and David Gladow (@davegladow) -- take a deeper dive into the second chapter of "The Book of Boba Fett," the live action spinoff series to "The Mandalorian" on Disney+. Beyond addressing some of the deeper cuts on display, the crew spends a lot of time looking at the different perspectives fans have been getting in this series, specifically as it relates to the Tusken Raiders. If those characters are a proxy or extension of Indigenous peoples, it's a fairly important step for Star Wars to offer a better look at their culture and to present them as well formed individuals. Also, how does all of this ultimately inform Boba's character? Are we truly seeing him turn over a new leaf, or is the matter a little grayer than we might think?

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Read more of Fredo's musings here.

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Song credit: Far, Far Away (Star Wars Jazz), by the Swamp Donkeys
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Related: What 'The Book of Boba Fett' is doing from an Indigenous perspective

The Book of Boba Fett, Chapter 1: How to be a leader

The Book of Boba Fett, Chapter 1: How to be a leader

December 31, 2021

Welcome to the 100th episode of the WhoDatJedi podcast! This week, your hosts -- Aaron Svoboda (@Aaron_Svoboda), Alfredo Narvaez (@NOLA_Fredo) and David Gladow (@davegladow) -- react to the first chapter of "The Book of Boba Fett," the live action spinoff series to "The Mandalorian" on Disney+. The crew sits down and offers a commentary track (for those so inclined) but mostly just talks about what the episode does well (and what it doesn't). How has the title character changed? What lessons on leadership have we and the main character learned? And what are initial impressions of the show itself? Let's dive in!

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Read more of Fredo's musings here.

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Song credit: Far, Far Away (Star Wars Jazz), by the Swamp Donkeys
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Related: 'The Book of Boba Fett' on IMDB

Best of 2021: Our Favorite Things

Best of 2021: Our Favorite Things

December 14, 2021

Happy holidays! With Christmas basically here, and with it more replayings of "The Sound of Music," your WhoDatJedi podcast hosts -- Aaron Svoboda (@Aaron_Svoboda), Alfredo Narvaez (@NOLA_Fredo) and David Gladow (@davegladow) -- take the opportunity to do a year in review with some of their "Favorite Things." Brown paper packages tied up with string don't make anyone's list, but a bunch of nerd culture stuff does. Listen to the guys offer up their favorite TV shows, movies, games, music and more from 2021 as we prepare to head into 2022. And feel free to share yours with us on social media!

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Song credit: Far, Far Away (Star Wars Jazz), by the Swamp Donkeys
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Related: New York Times' best of 2021

What can fans expect from ‘The Book of Boba Fett‘?

What can fans expect from ‘The Book of Boba Fett‘?

December 9, 2021

It's the 98th episode of the WhoDatJedi podcast! This week, your hosts -- Aaron Svoboda (@Aaron_Svoboda), Alfredo Narvaez (@NOLA_Fredo) and Dave Gladow (@davegladow) -- jump into some "Book of Boba Fett" discussion. The group shares some hopes and fears relating to the new series as the debut creeps ever closer. Will it disappoint? Will it surprise? Do we have any clues? They break it down, and then they offer up some holiday gift buying ideas for the Star Wars fans in your life.

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Read more of Fredo's musings here.

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Song credit: Far, Far Away (Star Wars Jazz), by the Swamp Donkeys
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Related: Your ultimate Star Wars reading list

Related: The wild world of Star Wars Lego collecting

Rey, Finn and Poe: Can we (really) expect them to make a return?

Rey, Finn and Poe: Can we (really) expect them to make a return?

December 1, 2021

On this, the 97th episode of the WhoDatJedi podcast, your hosts -- Aaron Svoboda (@Aaron_Svoboda), Alfredo Narvaez (@NOLA_Fredo) and David Gladow (@davegladow) -- take a closer look at all the latest in Star Wars news, including some juicy nuggets dropped by Kathleen Kennedy. The biggest one of all might have been her suggestion that Lucasfilm is thinking about the return of sequel trilogy characters Rey, Finn and Poe. Can fans expect that to actually happen? Is Kennedy just being savvy? Is it both? Beyond those questions, the crew addresses the latest casting news for "Ahsoka," talks a little about repurposing old material for new properties and once again offers a critical eye toward "Star Wars prison," aka Galactic Starcruiser.

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Read more of Fredo's musings here.

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Song credit: Far, Far Away (Star Wars Jazz), by the Swamp Donkeys
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Related: Kennedy on Sequel characters’ return

Related: 'Rangers' storylines to be folded into other shows

Related: Natasha Liu Bordizzo to play Sabine

Alex Rawls: What do Christmas songs have in common with Star Wars?

Alex Rawls: What do Christmas songs have in common with Star Wars?

November 18, 2021

Welcome to the 96th episode of the WhoDatJedi podcast! This week, your hosts -- Aaron Svoboda (@Aaron_Svoboda), Alfredo Narvaez (@NOLA_Fredo) and David Gladow (@davegladow) -- are joined by New Orleans music writer Alex Rawls (@Alex_Rawls), who produces his own podcast, the "Twelve Songs of Christmas," which takes a closer look at unique or interesting takes on traditional Christmas music. This concept of telling the same story over and over again might be familiar to Star Wars fans. So, we talked about some of the complexities of that. What makes a piece of media special? What makes a sequel or cover song worth your time? Does a familiar song or story provide a better canvas for evaluating an artist? And what are some of the best and worst Christmas songs of all time? We covered all of that and absolutely took a look at some of the "geekier" Christmas songs in existence in the process. We also talked some Saints, "Rogue Squadron" delays, Kathleen Kennedy, and Disney+ Day. This show is big ... but it's worth your time.

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Read more of Fredo's musings here.

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Song credit: Far, Far Away (Star Wars Jazz), by the Swamp Donkeys
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Related: 'Rogue Squadron' delayed
Related: Kathleen Kennedy's contract extended

‘Book of Boba Fett‘ trailer and politics in Star Wars

‘Book of Boba Fett‘ trailer and politics in Star Wars

November 3, 2021

For the 95th episode of the WhoDatJedi podcast, your hosts -- Aaron Svoboda (@Aaron_Svoboda), Alfredo Narvaez (@NOLA_Fredo) and David Gladow (@davegladow) -- talk a little Saints and Halloween before diving into the "Book of Boba Fett" trailer. What did the trailer show us, what did it merely hint at, and what more do we want to see? Your hosts offer some clues as to what we can expect to see from this new show before transitioning to a different topic perfect for voting season: politics in Star Wars. They outline how the politics have always been there from the start, what lessons we can take from the saga (hint: it's more about the act of getting involved rather than the particulars of how), and why a Star Wars without politics would actually be boring.

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Read more of Fredo's musings here.

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Song credit: Far, Far Away (Star Wars Jazz), by the Swamp Donkeys
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Related: How 'Star Wars' was Lucas' Vietnam protest

Related: When is 'Ahsoka' coming?

Anakin is back … How is this a good thing?

Anakin is back … How is this a good thing?

October 27, 2021

With news breaking that Hayden Christensen has been cast in the new "Ahsoka" show, your WhoDatJedi podcast hosts -- Aaron Svoboda (@Aaron_Svoboda), Alfredo Narvaez (@NOLA_Fredo) and David Gladow (@davegladow) -- do their best to unpack that and dovetail into a larger discussion on the character of Anakin Skywalker. Regardless of one's opinion on the character from the prequels, we've also seen him in "The Clone Wars," and partially on the strength of that character's on-screen story, the group's consensus is: "Give us more." So what can we learn about Anakin going forward? And how does he tend to be a good reflection for other characters, and what might that mean for "Ahsoka?" The group goes down a pretty big rabbit hole in this discussion, but they also talk about a big casting rumor for the Cassian Andor series, drop "The Mandalorian" news nuggets, and even give the listeners some puppy time.

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Read more of Fredo's musings here.

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Song credit: Far, Far Away (Star Wars Jazz), by the Swamp Donkeys
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Related: Hayden Christensen to return as Anakin in 'Ahsoka'

Related: Andy Serkis is back?

How do the sequels enhance the original Star Wars trilogy?

How do the sequels enhance the original Star Wars trilogy?

October 20, 2021

On the 93rd episode of the WhoDatJedi podcast, your hosts -- Aaron Svoboda (@Aaron_Svoboda), Alfredo Narvaez (@NOLA_Fredo) and David Gladow (@davegladow) -- revisit their topic from a couple of weeks ago ... how the other movies in the saga actually enhance the original Star Wars trilogy, this time looking at the sequels (Episodes VII-IX). There's a certain reverence the filmmakers paid the OT during the sequels, and that permeates those movies ... and in certain cases it elevates some of the original material. Beyond that, the character of Palpatine is now even bigger (and badder) a figure than he was before and we now have more of a complete (and honest) picture of our original heroes. If you're down on the sequels maybe this conversation will give you a more positive perspective on things!

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Read more of Fredo's musings here.

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Song credit: Far, Far Away (Star Wars Jazz), by the Swamp Donkeys
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Related: Boba Fett special premiering on Disney Plus Day

Related: Disney pushes back Marvel movies/Indy 5

Why do we collect stuff?

Why do we collect stuff?

October 15, 2021

It's the 92nd episode of the WhoDatJedi podcast! This week, your hosts -- Aaron Svoboda (@Aaron_Svoboda), Alfredo Narvaez (@NOLA_Fredo) and Dave Gladow (@davegladow) -- talk about collecting ... within the Star Wars universe and without. They share their stories of collecting misadventures from their youth, why they still collect as adults (or why they stopped), what the benefits (and dangers) are, what the psychology of what motivates it might be, and how emotional an experience it can be in general. Let's talk collecting!

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Read more of Fredo's musings here.

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Song credit: Far, Far Away (Star Wars Jazz), by the Swamp Donkeys
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Related: Luke's severed hand in 'The Force Awakens'

Related: New Star Wars books coming

How do the prequels enhance the original Star Wars trilogy?

How do the prequels enhance the original Star Wars trilogy?

October 6, 2021

On this, the 91st episode of the WhoDatJedi podcast, your hosts -- Aaron Svoboda (@Aaron_Svoboda), Alfredo Narvaez (@NOLA_Fredo) and David Gladow (@davegladow) -- address the Star Wars prequels (Episodes I-III) and how they enhance, rather than detract from the original trilogy of films. Slagging on those movies as "ruining one's childhood" has been an easy and popular thing for fans to do for a long time, but why can folks ultimately be glad that they exist? What do they do well? And what things in particular do they do that make our enjoyment of Episodes IV-VI even greater? If you're a prequel hater, maybe this episode can give you something new to think about. And if you're a prequel lover, this is definitely the episode for you.

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Read more of Fredo's musings here.

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Song credit: Far, Far Away (Star Wars Jazz), by the Swamp Donkeys
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Related: Kevin McKidd seen at the Mando sets, Fenn Rau coming?

Related: Star Wars Reads celebrates 10th year and Disney will donate books

What makes Saw Gerrera a special character in Star Wars?

What makes Saw Gerrera a special character in Star Wars?

September 28, 2021

Welcome to the 90th episode of the WhoDatJedi podcast! This week, your hosts -- Aaron Svoboda (@Aaron_Svoboda), Alfredo Narvaez (@NOLA_Fredo) and David Gladow (@davegladow) -- first debate the new Obi-Wan show and what we should and shouldn't expect there, before turning their attention to a slightly lesser known character in the Star Wars universe, Saw Gerrera. You might remember him as the crazy guy in "Rogue One," but how did he get to that point? How is his character important in a larger sense, especially as it relates to war? And do we even know who he really is?

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Song credit: Far, Far Away (Star Wars Jazz), by the Swamp Donkeys
Visit their website for more of their music!

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Related: KOTOR coming to Switch

Related: Obi-Wan has wrapped filming

‘Star Wars: Visions‘ is good and you should watch it

‘Star Wars: Visions‘ is good and you should watch it

September 24, 2021

For the 89th episode of the WhoDatJedi podcast, your hosts -- Aaron Svoboda (@Aaron_Svoboda), Alfredo Narvaez (@NOLA_Fredo) and David Gladow (@davegladow) -- offer their thoughts on the new Star Wars animated series that debuted on Disney+ this week, "Star Wars: Visions." An anime-style series of short stories, Visions takes Star Wars back to its roots while simultaneously offering fans something new. It's not perfect, and this episode gets into why, but ultimately, there's a lot of gushing to be had here. 

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Song credit: Far, Far Away (Star Wars Jazz), by the Swamp Donkeys
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Related: Go work for ILM!

Related: "The Mandalorian" Emmys

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Star Wars and evacuations

Star Wars and evacuations

September 16, 2021

On the 88th episode of the WhoDatJedi podcast, your hosts -- Aaron Svoboda (@Aaron_Svoboda), Alfredo Narvaez (@NOLA_Fredo) and David Gladow (@davegladow) -- talk about their recent experiences in evacuating from Hurricane Ida, and relate those stories back to Star Wars. What was it like to have to abandon home and friends and an entire life in the interest of safety? Do the lessons taken from those experiences apply to our enjoyment of fiction like Star Wars (or vice versa)? And how can empathy help us all? 

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Song credit: Far, Far Away (Star Wars Jazz), by the Swamp Donkeys
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Related: Donate to help feed those affected by Hurricane Ida

What ‘The Bad Batch’ has done right and why it remains long on potential

What ‘The Bad Batch’ has done right and why it remains long on potential

August 25, 2021

With Season 1 of "The Bad Batch" now in the books, your WhoDatJedi podcast hosts -- Aaron Svoboda (@Aaron_Svoboda), Alfredo Narvaez (@NOLA_Fredo) and David Gladow (@davegladow) -- took a look back at the Disney+ animated series on this, their 87th episode. What new ground did "Bad Batch" cover? How has the Star Wars story been expanded? Was the show effective at what it set out to do? And where can we go from here? If you're lukewarm or negative on the show, perhaps this discussion will shed some new light on it for you.

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Read more of Fredo's musings here.

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Song credit: Far, Far Away (Star Wars Jazz), by the Swamp Donkeys
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Related: 'Bad Batch' creators interview

‘Jedi Rocks’ does not, in fact, rock

‘Jedi Rocks’ does not, in fact, rock

August 18, 2021

It's the 86th episode of the WhoDatJedi podcast! This week, your hosts -- Aaron Svoboda (@Aaron_Svoboda), Alfredo Narvaez (@NOLA_Fredo) and Dave Gladow (@davegladow) -- take a closer look at the changes present in the 1997 "special edition" release of "Return of the Jedi." As was the case with the first two films, some of the changes are pretty innocuous or even welcome. But with some of the others ... well, we won't spoil it to much, but let's just say the guys are not fans of some of it (*cough* Jedi Rocks *cough*). They also tease some thoughts on "Bad Batch" for next week's show and look at the latest news, including a cool new trailer drop.

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Read more of Fredo's musings here.

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Song credit: Far, Far Away (Star Wars Jazz), by the Swamp Donkeys
Visit their website for more of their music!

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Related: Wookieepedia list of changes in 'Return of the Jedi' special edition

Related: The best version of Yub Nub ever recorded (S/O Pudgenet!)

What ’special edition’ changes in ‘Empire’ drive us most nuts?

What ’special edition’ changes in ‘Empire’ drive us most nuts?

August 11, 2021

On this, the 85th episode of the WhoDatJedi podcast, your hosts -- Aaron Svoboda (@Aaron_Svoboda), Alfredo Narvaez (@NOLA_Fredo) and David Gladow (@davegladow) -- continue their deeper dive into the Star Wars special editions by talking about the 1997 re-release of "The Empire Strikes Back." They provide their thoughts on all of the specific changes in the movie, but they also talk a little about gatekeeping and how fans' attachment to their own experiences can be limiting to others. The other big topic of the week is the Galactic Starcruiser hotel at Disney, its absurd pricing, and whether the whole idea seems flawed.

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Read more of Fredo's musings here.

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Song credit: Far, Far Away (Star Wars Jazz), by the Swamp Donkeys
Visit their website for more of their music!

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Related: Wookieepedia list of changes in 'The Empire Strikes Back'

Related: Galactic Starcruiser will cost more than a mortgage payment

Han shot first! Until he didn’t!

Han shot first! Until he didn’t!

August 4, 2021

Welcome to the 84th episode of the WhoDatJedi podcast! This week, your hosts -- Aaron Svoboda (@Aaron_Svoboda), Alfredo Narvaez (@NOLA_Fredo) and David Gladow (@davegladow) -- start a deeper dive on the Star Wars special editions by talking about the 1997 re-release of "A New Hope." The changes present in that film have resonated throughout the fandom for a long time (Han shot first?), but even beyond the more controversial choices, were ANY of the changes good? The group goes through each change and talks a bit about the bigger issues. Does a filmmaker reserve the right to change his work in perpetuity? And what's the REAL reason the changes were made? Buckle up for a supremely nerdy discussion.

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Read more of Fredo's musings here.

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Song credit: Far, Far Away (Star Wars Jazz), by the Swamp Donkeys
Visit their website for more of their music!

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Related: Wookieepedia list of changes in "A New Hope"

Related: Lego Star Wars Halloween Special coming

Live movie discussion: ‘The Force Awakens’

Live movie discussion: ‘The Force Awakens’

July 28, 2021

For the 83rd episode of the WhoDatJedi podcast, your hosts -- Aaron Svoboda (@Aaron_Svoboda), Alfredo Narvaez (@NOLA_Fredo) and David Gladow (@davegladow) -- provide a brand new commentary track for "The Force Awakens." With a lot of negativity surrounding the sequel trilogy, the crew circles back to the first film to kick off the massive Disney-Star Wars era and try to evaluate it on its own merits ... which are significant. This movie just does a lot of things right. If you need a little positivity in your life right now, this might be a good place to go. Sync up with the movie or listen without ... but either way, enjoy!

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Read more of Fredo's musings here.

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Song credit: Far, Far Away (Star Wars Jazz), by the Swamp Donkeys
Visit their website for more of their music!

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Related: 'The Force Awakens' on IMDB

Related: The Force Awakens retrospective: We're home

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