Unclear Whether Grogu Collapsed Suddenly Due To Force Exertion Or Myocarditis
Entertainment · Jan 17, 2023 · BabylonBee.com

U.S. — In a leaked episode from the new season of The Mandolorian, it remains unclear whether Grogu collapsed from using too much of his force powers or if he just has myocarditis.

"It's safe to assume that Mando would have kept Grogu up to date on all his vaccines and boosters, so it's really hard to tell what the director is trying to convey here. Either they are trying to show that he's another victim of myocarditis or maybe he's just overly exerted his force powers," said local Star Wars fan Jake Pressley. "When we see someone collapse suddenly like that, everyone's mind goes to one thing."

"So does Mando need to get him to a doctor or to a Jedi right now? I just don't understand," added Jake's wife Claire. "I mean, we know how bad myocarditis can be for young children. I just don't know if Grogu can recover from this. If they kill off Baby Yoda we'll riot!"

According to sources, the Mandolorian is currently undergoing reshoots so that future episodes do not confuse the audience. Disney says that with the reshoots and edits, they hope to make it clear that Baby Yoda is just using too much of his magic space powers and has in no way injured his heart from an experimental medical treatment.

"We just wanted to use a convenient plot device so that Grogu isn't overpowered," said Dave Filoni. "We had no intention of scaring the audience as to baby Yoda's health like that."

At publishing time, Disney was forced to air a statement before each episode to clarify that vaccines do not exist in the Star Wars Universe and that fans need not worry about Grogu falling over dead suddenly.

It's a serious medical emergency: you're minding your own business when you hear an opinion you slightly disagree with.

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