The Mandalorian fans think they noticed a crew member in one shot of chapter 12

The Mandalorian chapter 12, titled “The Siege,” premiered on Disney Plus today, and although it was lacking one certain character we’d hope to see (ahem, Ahsoka Tano), it unsurprisingly brought tons of action once again. And as you’d expect, Baby Yoda was as cute as ever.

This week, Din Djarin and The Child headed to Nevarro in hopes to repair the Razor Crest, and were reunited with Cara Dune and Greef Karga. There, Mando discovered that Moff Gideon was still alive, signaling that Baby Yoda was most certainly in more trouble than he thought.

While Cara Dune actress Gina Carano is under hot water right now for tweeting about voter fraud in the 2020 presidential election–which followed a previous tweet seemingly mocking the transgender community back in September–fans were happy to at least see Greef Karga return.

Viewers have also been gushing over Baby Yoda, of course, as he attended a school classroom this episode and looked adorable eating macaroons.

Overall, there were some highlights in chapter 12, especially the ending which teased the appearance of Dark Troopers, but I wouldn’t consider it my favorite of this season so far. It looks like fans on Twitter are feeling about the same way.

Was there a crew member left in The Mandalorian episode?

Elsewhere on Twitter, The Mandalorian fans are chatting about a possible goof they spotted in the episode. Apparently, a crew member was spotted in one shot, and viewers are having a good time laughing about it.

See the tweet below, which includes an image from the episode showing Greef Karga, Cara Dune, and Din Djarin with their weapons up. On the right side of the photo, you can see Mythrol ducking, while all the way to the left side, you can see… an unknown person?

If you look closely to the person on the left, it appears to be someone accidentally in the shot, who kind of looks like they’re wearing normal clothing (jeans and a t-shirt). Is it a crew member? Well, we don’t have confirmation that it is, however fans on Twitter are convinced of it anyway.

Someone in the replies section joked, “Stormtrooper on his day off,” while another wrote, “He is canon now. :).”

It definitely seems like a mistake on the show’s end, but hey, at least it’s not as bad as that coffee cup from the final season of Game of Thrones, am I right?

Keep watching The Mandalorian season 2 every Friday for more action, hopefully new characters, and perhaps a few more goofs.