The Mandalorian (2019– )
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Sex & Nudity
- It's mentioned a male alien species is killed during 'mating'
- A character makes a brief remark to The Mandalorian about visiting the "Twi'lek healing baths," although the offer is promptly ignored.
- In chapter 6, characters make fun of a seemingly separated couples sexual relationship and make mild suggestive references. When they found out baby yoda was found in the mandalorians ship, one character remarked, "Did you two make this?". Other than that there's nothing else remotely inappropriate.
Violence & Gore
- We see a man get cut in half. The action happens offscreen, but his legs are seen briefly after it occurs.
- The more graphic violence is completely off screen or cleverly hidden.
- Not very violent, but probably still a bit more violent than average Star Wars. There is no blood or gore, but some of the deaths are pretty brutal. These including being burned to death, being cut in half, a hammer being smashed into a stormtroopers face (all you see is helmet fragments flying through the air), lots on standard Star Wars blaster shooting.
- The mandalorian has a rifle and shoots another man. The man is instantly disintegrated, akin to any time Dr. Manhattan kills someone by disintegrating them with his power in "Watchmen".
- The Mandalorian kills a large animal by stabbing it in the neck. Nothing majorly graphic is shown
- Carl Weather's character gets two giant gashes down his arm exposing muscle and blood but "Baby Yoda" heals him and the wounds close. It's dimly lit so all we see is the cuts.
- Just about about as violent as Revenge of Sith. It ranges from mild to moderate. The most violent sequences are either cut away from or shown very briefly, similar to Star Wars: The Clone Wars. Characters are shot (occasionally in the head), stabbed, burned, and blow up. The Mandalorian's rifle shoots powerful blasts that incinerate enemies.
- Bastard is used once.
- Pretty much no profanity
- One use of the word shit in the 6th episode.
- The profanity is on par with originals, to be fair swearing isn't really a main thing in the Star Wars universe.
- "Damn" and 'hell" are used throughout the series, as-well as "bastard." "Ass" is used a few times, and "Jackass" is used once. Season 1 Episode 6 uses profanity the most. Contains the most swearing out of all Star Wars media, and even when it does swear it's pretty mild.
Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
- Some of the Mandalorian's bounty transactions occur in a bar. Alcohol is mentioned.
- A character suggests to the protagonist that they should buy some "spice" (an implied drug in the star wars universe) and soon he'll have forgot everything that happened. This is only met with silence from the Mandalorian.
Frightening & Intense Scenes
- Rated TV-PG(most episodes)/TV-14 for sequences of sci-fi action and violence and some disturbing images.
- The show is a very light TV-14 the show stays well within the range of the standard Star Wars PG/light PG-13 territory.
- About as violent and intense as Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith and Star Wars: The Clone Wars. Ranges from a mild to slightly moderate TV-14 rating.
- In S2 EP 1, a monster vomits pretty much continuously for 2 minutes. It is absolutely disgusting and may not be want to watched by people who have trouble with sickness.
Violence & Gore
- Jawas are shown being disintegrated after being shot by The Mandalorian's rifle. Not graphic.
- In the beginning of Chapter 8, the scout troopers punch Baby Yoda for either biting their finger, or because he was squirming too much. This scene is either intense or comical depending on how you feel about it.
- The Child force chokes a woman. She is saved however.
- A man gets head trauma. Blood is seen on a woman's hand after she checks his wound.
- Three characters are implied that they are brutally murdered, but we later learn that they were actually taken and imprisoned.
- Season 2 episode 1 has what is probably the most violent scene in the whole series so far as it shows lots of people walking through the insides of a dead creature, flesh and blood is visible.
Frightening & Intense Scenes
- Since this is the story of a bounty hunter, there will be more violence than in the Star Wars movies.
- A child is aimed at by the sniper of a bounty hunter. While the bounty hunter misses and the child is unharmed this scene is still intense.
- A Scout-Trooper punches Baby Yoda. You hear Yoda scream.
- In the 8th episode, the main character is critically injured and must have his helmet removed in order to survive despite his reluctance. We see his helmet being removed, revealing his bloodied and bruised face, and is sprayed with a bacta spray, healing him. This scene is extremely nerve-wracking and distressing.