Jason Sudeikis’ Wikipedia Page Now Includes Punching “Baby Yoda” in ‘The Mandalorian’

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Jason Sudeikis' Wikipedia Page Now Includes Punching "Baby Yoda" in 'The Mandalorian'

Jason Sudeikis’ Wikipedia Page Now Includes Punching “Baby Yoda” in ‘The Mandalorian‘. In one of the most iconic side character scenes to ever grace the screen for Star Wars Fans we learned to both love and hate the opening scene of The Mandalorian Episode 8: Redemption. The episode opens with the two stormtroopers reaching their rendezvous point with “The Asset” in hand… or bag I should say. The two quickly become bored when they are instructed to wait for Moff Gideon to finish dealing with “Mando” and his friends and begin arguing over “The Child” and also hilariously pull out their blasters and continue to miss a relatively close target to their speeder bikes. You know, because Stormtroopers can’t aim to literally save their lives.

Jason Sudeikis' Wikipedia Page Now Includes Punching "Baby Yoda" in 'The Mandalorian'

Needless to say, the Internet may have been amused by the quarreling and games, that is, until they begin hitting “The Asset” for making noise, moving around, and biting one of the troopers on his finger when he bothered him. MANY fans are very upset with actors Jason Sideikis and Adam Pally who portrayed the duo in this scene, for “harming” The Internets collective favorite thing at the moment, “Baby Yoda.”

Some fans were so upset with the display they took to changing the SNL Alumni’s Wikipedia page and “forever” marking Sudeikis’ career with the cameo credit. In the ‘present’ portion of his career it now states: “In 2019, Sudeikis landed a short-lived role on Disney’s The Mandalorian as a Speeder Bike Trooper. His character quickly gained infamy in social media for repeatedly striking a fan-favorite character in the last episode of the series.”

Jason Sudeikis' Wikipedia Page Now Includes Punching "Baby Yoda" in 'The Mandalorian'
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Though the “outrage” is mostly fictitious, it seems The Internet will not be forgiving Jason any time soon for the actions of his character in the popular Star Wars Series on Disney+. The Mandalorian Season 2 is expected to premiere on Disney+ in Fall 2020 according to show runner, Jon Favreau.

Jason Sudeikis' Wikipedia Page Now Includes Punching "Baby Yoda" in 'The Mandalorian'

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Jason Sudeikis' Wikipedia Page Now Includes Punching "Baby Yoda" in 'The Mandalorian' Jason Sudeikis' Wikipedia Page Now Includes Punching "Baby Yoda" in 'The Mandalorian' Jason Sudeikis' Wikipedia Page Now Includes Punching "Baby Yoda" in 'The Mandalorian' Jason Sudeikis' Wikipedia Page Now Includes Punching "Baby Yoda" in 'The Mandalorian' Jason Sudeikis' Wikipedia Page Now Includes Punching "Baby Yoda" in 'The Mandalorian' Jason Sudeikis' Wikipedia Page Now Includes Punching "Baby Yoda" in 'The Mandalorian'
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