December 20, 2021December 16, 2021 by Winter Wallaby The Book of Boba Fett CIDU Beth Reidmiller, Dave Kellett, Sheldon 8 Comments From Ian Osmond, who asks “Is just something odd that popped into his head that amused him, or does this refer to something… ANYTHING … or is there a detail that I missed that makes this make sense?” Related
There is a TV series called The Book of Boba Fett premiering on Disney+ in nine days.
Okay, let’s try this: Boba Fett gotten eaten by a giant monster, he prayed that he could get out, but he eventually came to love it in there.
Otherwise this makes zero sense to me.
The Book of Boba Fett is a TV series that will debut on Disney+ on December 29. Most likely the “book” just means Boba’s story. But suppose that instead the series emphasized a real book that he believed changed his life. . . .
Usual John beat me to it. No surprise since I wasn’t awake at 4:25 AM!
Powers, but you were at 4:52?
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The idea here is to take the actual show title here, make it into Boba Fett’s favorite book, and do the “incongruity humor” thing by claiming that the favorite book of a notorious bounty hunter is a Wine Mom book.
On Paula Poundstone’s podcast “Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone” they have a book club. They just finished “Eat Pray Love.” Now they are reading “Fight Club”. Five chapters in, they have decided that “Fight Club” is “Eat Pray Love” for men.
It seems to me that “Fight Club” is more likely to be the book of Boba Fett.