Okay, I saw it.
First of, being completely open-minded, it was a decent episode- not great, but not that bad either. And I actually liked Satine.
Now I'll be close-minded, because I feel that is where my heart belongs. The Mandos were butchered in this episode. I've always been one to give The Clone Wars the benefit of the doubt, but I see was mistaken (at least about the Mandos). I hoped the New Mandalorians would be a seperate group on a seperate planet. That way they could have their whole pacifist thing going on and, although it would still seem odd, I wouldn't have a problem with it. The Mandalorian culture was completely unrecognizable. Instead of living a simple life of farming, extreme violence and profound love they're a highly-advanced, cultured mini-Couruscanti. The people just seemed wrong, I couldn't imagine Baltan Carid or Mirta Gev being part of their race. And who else flinced at the line, "No Mandalorian would engage in such violence." I don't know how the heck Del Rey is going to retcon all this, but I say all power to them. No please pardon me while I go throw up.
Where sky and water meet,
Where the waves grow sweet,
Doubt not, Reepicheep,
To find all you seek,
There is the utter east.
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