THE KING IS BACK, BABY!
I was so happy with the treatment of Fett in this episode. For so long, this guy has been a criminally underdeveloped character (in terms of live action, on-screen presence) for one who is also so iconic.
Favreau, with so little detail, has not only managed to give Boba a more nuanced role - that he has for so long deserved - but he's also managed to, retroactively, give Jango a credible Mandalorian history, so that he isn't just some pretender in a suit of armor. We now know that Jango, too, was a foundling and - like his Legends counterpart - fought in the Mandalorian Civil War.
Its a huge boost, too, for the level of performance that Tem Morrison has been able to give onscreen in Star Wars, too. Jango was such a monosyllabic, simplistic character that I was afraid this rendition of Fett would be the same. But Favreau has managed to write to Morrison's strengths, and there was more than a little of that seething ferocity that Morrison imbued into the infamous Jake 'the Muss' Heke added to the scarred Fett. Morrison finally had a role that he could sink his teeth into and act - rather than just being a brooding bruiser in a suit of armor. I feel Morrison's performance in this role alone far and above excelled his performance in Attack of the Clones, as he had a larger meatier role to play.
It is my hope that Fett, Boba at least, get's the character development he truly deserves and that Morrison, too, gets to flex his acting muscles in playing the 'simple man' with the dented helmet as well as other characters that share his face.