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Nearly halfway through the episode, Chapter 4: The Sanctuary, the show’s main character, Dyn Jarren, or “The Mandalorian” (portrayed by Pedro Pascal), is seen talking with a new character, Omera (Julia Jones), when a small portion of a boom microphone creeps its way into the scene.
Though the discreet piece of audio equipment is present in the Disney/Lucasfilm project, for the most part, it is shrouded by the surrounding darkness of the shot; making it only clearly visible with extremely high television brightness settings.
The error was seemingly discovered by YouTube user Hulkules187’s wife, according to a video he posted to the popular streaming website on Friday, Nov. 29.
He continued: “I was like, ‘What the f–k, it is in there there.’ So check out at 16:37… around that area.”
Hulkules187 proceeded to show his spouse’s discovery in the video, pointing out that the boom mic makes an appearance and can be seen moving if seen closely.
“That’s a f–king boom mic, bro,” he said. “Right f–king there. Right?”
Other Star Wars fans and Disney+ subscribers soon began reporting their own findings of the scene on social media.
The Mandalorian is now streaming on Disney+.
For those interested in hunting for any potential future errors, the remaining four episodes of Jon Favreau-created series will be available to stream on Dec. 6, 13, 18 and 27.