Baby Yoda in The Mandalorian Inspires Heartwarming Memes

Baby Yoda in The Mandalorian Inspires Heartwarming Memes

Before things become confusing for Star Wars fans and others, let make this clear from the beginning; Baby Yoda is not THE Yoda. There is much hype on the Internet regarding the green baby which The Mandalorian showed at the end of its latest episode. As much as the fans want to see a baby version of the Star Wars universe’s greatest Jedi, this green baby is not it.

This is because, as confirmed by Insider, The Mandalorian takes place AFTER the original Star Wars trilogy movies. At that time, Yoda was said to be about 900 years old. Possibly the greatest Jedi that ever lived, Yoda died in “Return of the Jedi” and later appeared as a ghost. However, just because we can’t help but relate to the green baby, who is definitely from Yoda’s alien species, we are going to play along as tiny Yoda himself. Hence, the Internet made some heart-melting memes on the not-quite baby Yoda.

The Mandalorian Fans Can’t Get Enough

Are you also among those who got their love rekindled for Star Wars after seeing Baby Yoda?

Just look at him…

Who needs a regular baby when you can have a baby, aged 50 (yes, 50), who would later use Force and wield a lightsaber?

We know the Feeling…

Crossovers Memes With The Mandalorian

People even tried making crossover memes of the Mandalorian’s cutest reveal with other TV shows. Look at this one right below on Reddit:

SPOILER: The Bounty from TheMandalorianTV

Look at this crossover meme of Star Wars and Schitt’s Creek:

Perhaps this might just be the best meme from the rest of the crossovers:

Right now, Disney+ is only available to the audience in the USA and Canada and the Netherlands. It is unfortunate that the rest of the world is getting to know about this from memes only. However, we believe it will now be worth the wait when Disney+ is released to the rest of the world. Fans will be expecting baby Yoda to come when they watch all the episodes of The Mandalorian in one go.

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