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Socially Distanced #91: The Boba Book Club: ‘The Streets of Mos Espa’ Review

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The Boba Book Club is what we’re calling our Book of Boba Fett review series! (Yes, it only gets more corny from here on out.) ‘The Streets of Mos Espa’ aka The Book of Boba Fett Chapter 3 is what’s on tap for the Socially Distanced podcast this week. The unofficial hosts of the podcast — Pop Break music editor Kat Manos and longtime SD contributor Cole Rothacker (along with Kat’s massive jug of water) join resident guest Amanda Rivas (GM of Mission Pro Wrestling), and hosts Al Mannarino and Bill Bodkin to talk about the episode that finally propelled the current day Boba story properly. They engage in such “clever” named segments as: A Long Time Ago in a Galaxy Far Far Away, Let’s Go Hang at the Bacta Tank, Throw it in The Sarlacc Put, I am the Daiymo, The Word on the Street of Mos Espa Is and finally ranking the episode on a scale of 1-10 parsecs.

In the episode they discuss: BK’s fight, Danny Trejo and Stephen Root’s cameos, can Danny Trejo’s character be trusted, will Emilia Clark’s character from Solo come into play, the gangster-ness of the plot, the cyborgs, the chase sequence and more.

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