Andor Season 1 Episode 8 Narkina 5: Andor also known as Star Wars: Andor, is an American science-fiction action-adventure television series created by Tony Gilroy for the streaming service Disney+. It’s the fourth live-action Star Wars series and a prequel to both Rogue One (2016) and the first film in the franchise (1977). The series follows thief-turned-Rebel-spy Cassian Andor during the five years preceding the events of the two films.
Star Wars: The Clone Wars has Diego Luna back as Cassian Andor and in the producer’s chair. Cast members also include Kyle Soller, Adria Arjona, Stellan Skarsgard, Fiona Shaw, Genevieve O’Reilly, Denise Gough, Faye Marsay, Varada Sethu, and Elizabeth Dulau.
In November of 2018, Lucasfilm revealed plans for an Andor-centric series, with Luna attached and Stephen Schiff appointed to serve as showrunner. In April of 2020, Gilroy will take over for Schiff as creator and showrunner after Schiff was replaced by the Rogue One scribe.
Due to the COVID-19 epidemic, Gilroy was unable to direct the film when production first began at the end of November 2020. Production was completed in September of 2021 after taking place at Pinewood Studios in London and several locations throughout the United Kingdom.
Andor Season 1 Episode 8 Narkina 5
In the opening moments of Episode 8, Cassian Andor is in deep trouble. He is physically dragged off to Narkina 5 by the Shoretropers. Given his health, he and the other new inmates on this planet are being forced to perform backbreaking manual labor at an Imperial factory. In addition, there is no way out.
One of the persons Cassian encounters is Kino, his supervisor, who repeats the Empire’s demands. They have a “sprint segment” where they are made to work harder and faster, and the least productive table is severely chastised for their inefficiency.
As Lieutenant Meero comes to remove Syril away from his workstation, Syril keeps working. She has observed that he has been reviewing the results of his numerous Cassian Andor-related searches. Syril says that he has been utilizing the little tools at his disposal to find Andor and exonerate himself.
Meero relays this information to the Imperial faction, suggesting Andor is a member of the insurgent group. She thinks this is their greatest leader, so she starts helping Syril find out more about it. He explains that Luthen was part of an organized gang of accomplices working with Andor.
The reveal that Cassian worked on the thing that would kill him is one of the most chilling moments in the franchise, and it adds to the show’s overall message about why rebellions are needed. It is a PERFECT end credits scene. #Andor pic.twitter.com/MbyNWekl99
— Star Wars Takes (@StarWarsTake) November 25, 2022
Before Meero left, Syril says he was an excellent supervisor and worked hard at his job. He is demanding his former position restored, but Meero is not in a negotiating mode. She cautions him against repeatedly calling for help. You can also read about Andor Ending Explained.
While Tay and the others continue to inform Mon that the new P.O.R.D legislation has been approved and that everyone’s sentences have been quadrupled as a result of the rebel faction, Mon continues to wine and dine.
With security measures being taken around the Galaxy, Luthen has to make a tough choice. There’s no slippage, he tells Kleya, but he’s been in hiding too long. For this reason, he sets out for Segra Milo. Saw Gerrera (Forrest Whittaker), a character introduced in Rogue One, is a person he runs into. “Oppression gives rise to the uprising.” He brings this to Saw’s attention, ending on a foreboding note.
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Cassian goes against his better judgment by going back to Ferrix, and not merely to see how Maarva is doing, although she obviously does.
Informing his mother that he has saved enough money to get them off the planet and out of the Empire’s reach for good, Luke is greeted by everyone’s favorite Star Wars dog — I mean droid, B2EMO.
Maarva, meanwhile, is reluctant to travel. She’s felt the fire and is eager to lend her support to the uprising against the Imperial government. She plans on staying on Ferrix to combat the Empire’s growing influence there.
As a result, Cassian tracks down Bix in the dead of night in an effort to settle his debts before departing without his mother. So she begs him to leave. He asks her to let Luthen know he kept his half of the bargain but adds that he no longer wants to have any more contact with the man.
Although this is a sad farewell, it is unlikely to be the last time we (the audience) see Bix. It’s unknown if she and Cassian will ever get back together.
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Dedra and other members of the ISB gather on Coruscant to debate the efficacy of Palpatine’s new plan to suppress rebellion throughout the galaxy. Despite her competitor’s best efforts to knock her off the corporate ladder, he ends up taking the heat from the boos and being the one to give her oversight of the situation, since she is already paying close attention to it. You can also read about Andor Season 1 Episode 11 Recap: Shows Heroism Toll.
Somewhere on the face of the Earth. Angry words are exchanged between Mon Mothma and Luthen as they debate his motives. She warns that innocent bystanders will be harmed. It hasn’t escaped his attention. They share a common cause but divergent views on how best to achieve it. We’ve seen something like it previously in Star Wars, but where?
When Vel and Kleya finally cross paths, Kleya gives Vel orders to eliminate Cassian because of the potential for him to betray the rebellion and ruin everything. We’ll do anything to win, right?
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