THE MANDALORIAN: [SPOILER] Has An Appropriate Response To Their Debut In Today's Episode

Today's episode of The Mandalorian featured some big surprises for fans of the Star Wars franchise, and one of the show's new stars has now shared an undeniably perfect reaction to what went down...

WARNING: Spoilers for The Mandalorian follow!

In today's episode of The Mandalorian, Rosario Dawson made her long-awaited debut as a live-action version of the heroic Ahsoka Tano. Fans who have had chance to watch "The Jedi" have been raving ever since, and it's clear that they want to see more of the actress as this iconic hero from The Clone Wars

It seems inevitable that we will see Tano again before too long, of course, and if it doesn't happen on The Mandalorian, then hopefully in the female-led spinoff. After all, it would be a real waste for Ahsoka to return to an animated setting, especially when The Mandalorian teased everything from Ezra Bridger's fate to the return of the evil Grand Admiral Thrawn. 

While we're bound to hear from Dawson in the coming weeks, she's taken to Twitter today to share a rather appropriate, "May The Force Be With You" message while hyping up "Chapter 13 - The Jedi."

It's hard to say where season two of The Mandalorian will go next, but it's beginning to look like Ahsoka won't be the only Jedi that Din Djarin crosses paths with. Is Luke Skywalker too much to ask for? It would be pretty grim to think that little Grogu is ultimately killed by Kylo Ren and his Knights!

Check out Dawson's Tweet below:

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