Bryce Dallas Howard directs this episode full of action and adventure and does so by highlighting the legendary AT-ST, a giant monster to defeat to restore peace in the village. The episode is well managed and the action scenes are beautifully edited and directed. Nothing to say under that front. Nothing to say even under the front of the story that, even if in small steps it proceeds. Mando had enjoyed a moment of tranquility and had the illusion that perhaps there could be a minimum of future on that desolate planet. Reality unfortunately reminded him that he is a fugitive and that his little Yoda is sought after by mysterious forces that will do anything to take him back. The introduction of the character of Gina Carano has been managed in an effective and interesting way and sets the stage for an intriguing couple that could make the spectators dream. Ultimately, having reached the halfway point, The Mandalorian is confirmed as one of the most important innovations of the 2019 serial scene, joining Chernobyl and Watchemn in the race for the most beautiful series of the year.