When Mando and Baby Yoda travel to our favorite desert planet, we’re left wondering what kind of hijnks Amy Sedaris and the pit droids get into baby-sitting. Does a droid bartender in the cantina mean We Serve Droids beat Star Wars? What was the economic effect of piking up Storm Trooper heads? All this and more in the latest episode of We Serve Droids — one with bones in it.
We make our own Star Wars Mad Libs, then jump into The Mandalorian Ch. 4. How bad does a krill farm village smell? What do you feed a Baby Yoda? How is the monster meth lab so high tech? It doesn’t take seven samurai to pose these questions, just a magnificent podcast and a great training montage. Pull up a bowl of bone broth, and take a gulp of this episode.
The drunk speak! Chris and Scott find the good, the bad, and the funny in Rise of Skywalker. What’s going on with the dagger ex machina? From hot to not, which movie had the sexiest Emperor? What happened to poor, poor Rose?
We fantasy draft who we think will die in Ep IX followed by general preview and predictions for Rise of Skywalker. How many people can fall down a shaft? What do we hope to see? How many dead Storm Troopers will the Ewoks have turned into musical instruments?
We play a short game fantasy drafting Star Wars characters for the Super Friends before talking about our favorite death scenes in Star Wars. Who has the most honorable Klingon-style death? Who died as they lived? Who died the way we’d want to? All this inspired by “Maclunkey.” Form of rancor, and listen along!
We play a bounty hunter themed game before jumping into the second half of Episode III. General Grievous throws Scooby snacks to Obiwan. Anakin and Obiwan fight on crossfire commercial. We discover when the Separatists figure out they’re the bad guys, and Palpatine’s lightsaber makes us say, “Oh my!”
We talk about the full Rise of Skywalker trailer. Chris runs Ctrl+F”Gorax” and wonders about mecha-Palpatine. Scott remembers the rules for Gremlins and has a thing for Ladybird Johnson. We swear we actually talk about the trailer.
We launch a new series called Where Are You Taking This Scene by looking at the montage around Luke’s milking a strange creature on New Dagobah in The Last Jedi. Is Luke in love with the siren? Is Luke the old guy from Up? Was Rocky IV just one big montage?