Mandalorian Fan Places Bill Burr’s Anti-Star Wars Rant Over Mayfeld’s Dialogue

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A fan has created a hilarious Mayfeld moment, taking Bill Barr’s personal Star Wars and combining it with a scene from The Mandorillion.

Comedian and actor Bill Burr, who portrays Miggs Mayfeld in both seasons Mandalorian, Shown in a fan-edited video that takes audio from Renting about Burr Star wars Mixes it up for comic effect on his own podcast and with one of his scenes from the Disney + show.

Morden VX posted the edit on YouTube with the caption, “Bill Burr tells Mandalorian that he hates Chewbacca and Star Wars.” Audio has been removed from Barr Monday Morning Podcast And know his disdain for the Star Wars franchise, making fun of comedians.

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The scene used for the video comes from season 2, episode 7, “Chapter 15: The Believer,” when in the moment Mayfeldt, Mandorian, Cara Dunne, Boba Fate, and Phenic Shand bet the Empire base in Morak. In the audio, Bure stated that he personally hates Star wars But there is an appreciation for the Empire Strikes Back Because Luke almost killed the Skywalker after Darth Vader cut off his hand (though he initially mixes some of those details). Boor then starts talking about Chewbacca, Bigfoot, and The Six Billion Dollar Man, before Mando voices Burr with a melodious tune activated by his helmet.

Bure’s character has appeared in two episodes of Mayfeld Mandalorian Thus far, “Chapter 6: Prisoners” and “Chapter 15: Believers.” Along with being a successful stand-up comedian, Burt is the co-creator of Netflix F is for family And has starred in many television shows and films including Breaking bed And King of staten island.

Created by John Favreau, Mandalorian Pedro Pascal with guest stars Gina Carano, Carl Weyers and Giancarlo Esposito. The directors of the new season include John Favreau, Dave Filoni, Bryce Dallas Howard, Rick Famuiva, Carl Withers, Peyton Reid and Robert Rodriguez.

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