The Mandalorian: Baby Yoda's Food Fought Back In Season 2, Episode 3

In Chapter 11, The Child finally got what was coming to him after eating all those eggs.

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On the November 6 episode of The Mandalorian, some people were upset about some actions The Child--which many call Baby Yoda--took during the course of the episode, as he ate some unfertilized eggs that a sentient being was bringing to her mate. Luckily, on this week's episode of the Disney+ original series, The Child's next meal fought back.

When Mando and The Child landed on the planet that is essentially one giant ocean dock, he took a seat at the local tavern to get the kid some food, ordering him up some chowder. However, there was a bit more to this chowder than expected, as there was a living cephalopod-like creature inside, and it attacked Baby Yoda.

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Check please...

Obviously, the meal didn't do any damage to Baby Yoda, but it did teach him the important lesson that sometimes, your food will fight back--unless it's dead.

As for the person Mando was escorting with her eggs, she was eventually reunited with her mate, and the two had a baby, which The Child did not eat. In fact, Baby Yoda was actually shown playing with the new baby and not eating it. So there's a happy ending to all of this.

This episode is now available to watch on Disney+, and new episodes of The Mandalorian air on Fridays. For more on this week's episode of The Mandalorian, check out all the Easter eggs and references, including to other Star Wars TV shows.

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