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While It’s Clear That Some Altruistic Figure Saved Grogu From Order

A controversial fan theory claims that Grogu was saved from Order 66 by Jar Jar Binks, which could redeem Star Wars’ most widely hated character. As far as controversial characters go in Star Wars, Jar Jar Binks takes the cake, even though he only had a minor role in the prequel trilogy. As such, it’s not surprising that the idea of the most hated character saving the life of The Mandalorian’s Grogu, one of Star Wars’ most highly revered characters in recent history, would be met with resistance.

While Jar Jar Binks hasn’t been seen in the Star Wars universe’s onscreen timeline since the end of Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith, theories about the divisive character have still abounded. The most popular fan theory about Jar Jar Binks poses that he’s secretly a Sith Lord, which has become a source of fun for those who find Star Wars’ Gungan character to be the oddest part of the prequels. The Darth Jar Jar Star Wars theory claims that because he appears to have physical and mental abilities associated with Force users, encouraged Anakin’s attraction to Padmé, and notably supported Palpatine’s rise to power, he may have secretly been a Sith Lord in Palpatine’s inner circle. Of course, Jar Jar Binks saving Grogu from Order 66 would oppose this fan-favorite theory.

Theories about which figure saved Grogu, a former Jedi youngling, from the temple during Order 66 have increased since The Book of Boba Fett featured a flashback to Grogu seeing the Jedi slaughtered during this event. While it’s clear that some altruistic figure saved Grogu from Order 66 before the Empire began tracking him down again, Star Wars has yet to reveal the identity of who rescued the beloved Baby Yoda character. Some of the top contenders for saving Grogu include Mace Windu, Barriss Offee, R2-D2, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Yoda, or even Anakin himself, which makes Jar Jar Binks’ Grogu theory come out of left field.


Why Jar Jar Binks Is So Divisive

Ever since Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace premiered in 1999, Jar Jar Binks has reliably been considered the franchise’s most hated character. While some of the hate has become a bandwagon source of jokes among fans over the years, the character still remains one of the most disliked figures in film history. The majority of the criticism for Jar Jar is derived from the notion that he doesn’t fit with the franchise tonally by typically only being used for jokes that appeal to children, which is a noted departure from the creative choices made in the original Star Wars trilogy.

The character continued to recur in the Star Wars prequel trilogy with very little purpose other than childish gags, with many simply finding the hated Jar Jar Binks to be an annoying presence. The biggest overall controversy faced by Jar Jar Binks is that he’s frequently accused of being a racist caricature of black Caribbeans, though both George Lucas and Jar Jar actor Ahmed Best have denied just implications.


Star Wars Theory Explained: Jar Jar Rescued Grogu From Order 66

A theory (via Reddit) suggests that prequels character Jar Jar Binx was the mysterious figure who saved The Mandalorian’s Grogu from Order 66. Although Jar Jar was largely absent for Revenge of the Sith’s events, he would have been one of the few Jedi-allied characters to not perish during the slaughter. It’s unconfirmed how Jar Jar escaped or where he went directly after, with Chuck Wendig’s canon novel Aftermath: Empire’s End only revealing that he became a street performer for children in Theed after being rejected by the adults of Naboo for his perceived role in aiding the Empire. The last time Jar Jar was shown in Revenge of the Sith, he was sadly marching behind Padmé Amidala’s coffin in her funeral procession on Naboo, but it’s unclear where he was between the Coruscant slaughter and her funeral.

However, as the Reddit user points out, since Jar Jar Binks was one of the few Jedi-allied characters on Coruscant during the younglings massacre who wasn’t necessarily being hunted down himself, it’s conceivable that he could have been the one to rescue Grogu. Perhaps Jar Jar saved Grogu from the slaughter and brought him to safety before attending Padmé’s Naboo funeral, with Jar Jar himself needing to escape the ridicule from those who blamed him for the Empire’s rise to power. Since Jar Jar Binks was a politician with access to the Jedi Temple, whose priority switched to entertaining children after Star Wars’ Great Jedi Purge, it’s possible that he was motivated to save Grogu because he realized that he had a significant hand in establishing the Empire that directly caused the younglings’ slaughter.


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Why Jar Jar Saving Grogu Oddly Makes Sense For Star Wars’ Future

As strange as it would be for Star Wars to make Jar Jar Binks, of all characters, the one prequels figure to save Grogu, it’s still conceivable considering the redemptive trends of the Disney+ TV shows. Star Wars series like The Mandalorian, Book of Boba Fett, and Obi-Wan Kenobi are working to redeem the failures of the prequel trilogy films, with a focus on re-establishing their storylines in a new, more positive light, which includes Grogu’s Order 66 connection. While the prequel-era storylines have primarily returned in reference to characters from Star Wars: The Clone Wars and Rebels, TV shows like The Mandalorian and Book of Boba Fett are continuing to make important links to controversial aspects of every film trilogy. Since The Mandalorian takes place after the original Star Wars trilogy timeline, the majority of the retroactive problem-solving has been geared at the sequel trilogy, but Grogu’s connection to Order 66 introduces further prequel-era character tie-ins.

As The Mandalorian increasingly becomes a source of fixing issues with the larger Star Wars universe, it’s only a matter of time before it tries to paint more of the controversial prequels stories in a better light. Considering Jar Jar is one of Star Wars’ most disliked aspects in general, it would make sense for the Disney+ TV shows to also include a redemptive storyline for the character. However, a Jar Jar Binks storyline of such stature would inevitably still come with controversy by virtue of it being, well, Jar Jar. Star Wars is setting up a grand character to be the one to save Grogu, with the majority of theories about Baby Yoda’s savior being a Jedi who is either known to have escaped Order 66 or is theorized to have survived. As such, Jar Jar Binks, the most hated Star Wars character, being the one to save Grogu may not go over so well, even if it fits with the franchise’s redemptive priorities.


Could Saving Grogu Finally Redeem Jar Jar’s Character?

It would take significant work to redeem Jar Jar Binks’ character within the Star Wars universe, but saving Grogu would arguably be the best chance at doing so. Since Grogu is now considered one of Star Wars’ most beloved characters of all time, it seems that the only way to counteract Jar Jar being the most hated would be for him to have a role in keeping Baby Yoda alive. If audiences are to believe that the only reason Grogu is alive in The Mandalorian’s timeline is because Jar Jar Binks saved him, the hatred for the character may be at least slightly alleviated.

On the other hand, if Jar Jar truly is the character that Star Wars decides to be the one to save Grogu, it may just make audiences even angrier at the franchise. It’s often said that the poor aspects of the Star Wars prequels should be left in the past, with Jar Jar being one of the commonly cited reasons why. Although saving Grogu would be Jar Jar Binks’ best shot at redemption, it isn’t very likely. Jar Jar Binks’ reputation being redeemed in Star Wars is about as plausible as Jar Jar actually being the character chosen to save Grogu.