Why Moff Gideon dismantle predology of Darksaber Grishenko!

Katee Sackhoff first voiced Bo-Katan Kryze in The Clone Wars episode “A Friend in Need,” which aired on January 13, 2012. While Bo-Katan would go on to be a recurring character in that animated series and Star Wars Rebels, there was no indication that Bo-Katan would ever appear in live-action until it was reported in May 2020 that Sackhoff would appear as her in The Mandalorian Season 2. Sackhoff described the experience of learning she’d get to play Bo-Katan in the hit Disney+ series (if you’re not signed up for the Mouse House’s streaming service

This isn’t one of the coolest gadgets to come out of Q branch, but the reason the broom radio (or broom walkie-talkie) from Licence to Kill deserves a mention is that we see Q use it in the field. Disguised as a garbageman complete with a fake mustache, Q uses the broom to update Pam Bouvier on Bond’s status. Watching Desmond Llewelyn as Q incognito use a broom as a radio, complete with a telescoping antenna in the broom’s brush, is an absolute delight. And even though he scolded Bond countless times about taking care of gadgets better, what does our quartermaster do with the broom radio when he’s done? He throws it aside.

Bo-Katan Kryze appeared in the Mandalorian episodes “The Heiress” and “The Rescue.” Pedro Pascal’s Din Djarin met Bo-Katan and her Mandalorian cohorts in the former episode and teamed up with them to hijack an Imperial freighter filled with weapons in exchange for information about where to take The Child (a.k.a. Grogu) next. Din also learned from Bo-Katan that he is a Child of The Watch, a group of zealots who, unlike other Mandalorian sects, follow “the ancient Way of the Mandalore,” which includes never taking their helmets off in front of other living beings. Bo-Katan returned in The Mandalorian Season 2 finale to aid Din in rescuing Grogu from Moff Gideon in exchange for obtaining the Darksaber, although with Din ending up winning that weapon in combat from the Imperial baddie, he and Bo-Katan now finds themselves in an awkward situation.

Click this Parker Jotter pen grenade three times to arm the four-second fuse, click three more times to disarm. This is used to create some major tension later — unknowing programmer Boris Grishenko nervously twirls and clicks it while a captive Bond tries to count. The superspy ultimately sees his opportunity, knocking the pen out of Boris’ hand and creating an explosive distraction. I also vaguely recall doing a whole lot of obnoxious pen-twirling and clicking in school after watching this movie.

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