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Bill Burr’s Response To His Boston Accent In The Mandalorian Is Priceless

Bill Burr, who plays Migs Mayfeld in the Disney+ hit series The Mandalorian, had a few words for some of Star Wars critiques that thought his Boston accent does not belong in Star Wars. As a guest on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, Burr gave one of the best responses in defense of his Boston accent in The Mandalorian. You can see that clip below.

“Isn’t that a little weird? If you went to a galaxy far, far away and you get off and somebody’s like, ‘Hey, how’s it going?’ and you totally understand him. What about the fact that Han Solo is talking to a Bigfoot?”

So as you can see, Bill Burr’s response is priceless. Does it really matter what kind of accent he has? Bill Burr’s returning Season 2 of The Mandalorian was nothing short of amazing. Burr left many fans wanting more Migs Mayfeld after learning about his background. Burr was able to make fans not only feel the pain the Mayfeld was going through, but he also made them fall in love with the character.

Bill Burr

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By Greg Evans

Retired and disabled Army veteran that uses pop culture and writing to help deal with PTSD & depression.

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One reply on “Bill Burr’s Response To His Boston Accent In The Mandalorian Is Priceless”

Love Bill Burr. Love Star Wars. When I first heard Bill was going to be on Mando, I was unsure of the mix. When I saw him in season 1, it made me so happy. Season 2 was an even better appearance. As for accents, in the UK every neighborhood has an accent, in the US, you can drive a little ways in certain parts of the country and immediately hear a different accent. The idea that there wouldn’t be a nearly infinite number of accents in a galaxy filled with thousands of populated planets, is pretty stupid.

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