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The Mandalorian digitally erases ‘jeans guy’ who made it viral after appearing on Chapter 12 episode

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The Mandalorian digitally erases ‘jeans guy’ who made it viral after appearing on Chapter 12 episode

The Mandalorian digitally erases ‘jeans guy’ who made it viral after appearing on Chapter 12 episode… and fans are not happy: ‘I’m surprised how bothered I am’

The Force was strong on the internet at after eagle eyed fans spotted a man in T-Shirt and jeans in the background of the Chapter 12 episode of The Mandalorian.

And much to the chagrin of many, the ‘jeans guy’ has been stripped from the Star Wars universe.

The unexpected background character has been digitally erased from the episode on Disney+.

OG: The original episode still featuring the crew member

Gone too soon? The ‘jeans guy’ has been digitally erased from the Chapter 12 episode of The Mandalorian episode on Disney+

Oops! A random guy a T-shirt and jeans was spotted in the background in last week's episode and fans hysterically reacted online

Oops! A random guy a T-shirt and jeans was spotted in the background in last week’s episode and fans hysterically reacted online

During Chapter 12, Mando (Pedro Pascal) could be seen teaming up with Greef Karga (Carl Weathers) and Cara Dune (Gina Carano) in a fight sequence as a crew member in T-Shirt and jeans could be seen in the background in a flub that was compared to the coffee cup in Game Of Thrones.   

Over the weekend, fans noticed that the man has since been edited out and some were not happy.

One wrote: ‘Awww they edited out the jeans guy from Mandalorian.’ 

Another said: ‘Actually I’m surprised how bothered I am by @Disney removing the jeans guy from the #Mandalorian. #bringbackjeansguy #savejeansguy #RIPJeansGuy.’

Aww': Over the weekend, fans noticed that the man has since been edited out and some were not happy

Aww’: Over the weekend, fans noticed that the man has since been edited out and some were not happy

Not pleased: Another said: 'Actually I'm surprised how bothered I am by @Disney removing the jeans guy from the #Mandalorian. #bringbackjeansguy #savejeansguy #RIPJeansGuy'

Not pleased: Another said: ‘Actually I’m surprised how bothered I am by @Disney removing the jeans guy from the #Mandalorian. #bringbackjeansguy #savejeansguy #RIPJeansGuy’

This came just days after Star Wars fans had roasted the scene on social media.  

It’s easy to miss the blooper at first, since the background is pretty grey and he kind of blends in, but standing in the far left corner … there he is.  

The man, who hasn’t been identified, was likely a rogue crew member who accidentally got into the shot – and decidedly not a new (casual) Stormtrooper uniform. 

Fans reacted hilariously on social media after Friday night’s episode and were quick find the humor in the innocent mistake. 

Did you see it? It's easy to miss the blooper at first, since the background is pretty grey and he kind of blends in, but standing in the far left corner ... there he is

Did you see it? It’s easy to miss the blooper at first, since the background is pretty grey and he kind of blends in, but standing in the far left corner … there he is

Something here is not like the others: Eagle-eyed fans noticed the man in the background - wearing a T-shirt and jeans - and immediately took to good-naturedly roasting the show

Something here is not like the others: Eagle-eyed fans noticed the man in the background – wearing a T-shirt and jeans – and immediately took to good-naturedly roasting the show

‘Mandalorian sneaks in random guy wearing jeans and watch in background of latest episode. Love it,’ one fan tweeted.  

Another asked: ‘So does the guy in the jeans return in any future episodes?’  

‘Guy in jeans and gray T-shirt wearing a watch. A Storm Trooper just getting off his shift tries to avoid shoot out? It happens,’  joked a third.

Several fans were quick to compare the ‘guy in jeans’ to Game of Thrones’ epic ‘coffeegate’ when a disposable Starbucks cup was left in a shot – ironically also in episode four. 

Caught: Fans were quick to take to Twitter with jokes about the 'guy in jeans' and some even compared it to the Game of Thrones coffee cup mistake from 2019

Caught: Fans were quick to take to Twitter with jokes about the ‘guy in jeans’ and some even compared it to the Game of Thrones coffee cup mistake from 2019

‘It may not be as bad as leaving a coffee cup on a medieval high table, but this episode had a pretty obvious mistake in it,’ one person penned, referencing the GoT faux pas.  

In the 2019 GoT scene, a decidedly un-Westerosian cup was sitting at the table at Winterfell’s Great Hall as Daenerys Targaryen, Jon Snow and the united army of Wildlings, Unsullied and Dothraki warriors basked in their victory over the Night King. 

The Mandalorian season three is currently gearing up – despite being in the midst of airing season two and not being officially greenlit. 

Mistakes were made: In the GoT scene, a decidedly un-Westerosian cup was sitting at the table at Winterfell’s Great Hall as Daenerys Targaryen, Jon Snow and the united army of Wildlings, Unsullied and Dothraki warriors basked in their victory over the Night King

Mistakes were made: In the GoT scene, a decidedly un-Westerosian cup was sitting at the table at Winterfell’s Great Hall as Daenerys Targaryen, Jon Snow and the united army of Wildlings, Unsullied and Dothraki warriors basked in their victory over the Night King

Last week part of the set, which is being built in Manhattan Beach, California, was pictured nearly completed. 

While season three has already been written but has yet to be given the greenlight, production is said to be around the corner, Deadline recently reported.

Pre-production on The Mandalorian season three has be going on ‘for months’ already and sources told Deadline that production will be kicking off possibly next week or ‘in late November/early December.’

However, there are also reports claiming production won’t begin until spring of 2021.

Meanwhile: The Mandalorian season three is currently gearing up - despite being in the midst of airing season two and not being officially greenlit

Meanwhile: The Mandalorian season three is currently gearing up – despite being in the midst of airing season two and not being officially greenlit

Deadline reported that the ‘confusion’ comes from the Lucasfilm side which operates under a thick veil of secrecy and that the nearer of the production start dates could actually be for a related series.

‘One explanation could be rumors that another Mandalorian-related project, I hear possibly a Boba Fett miniseries, would film first, starting next week, with The Mandalorian Season 3 following after a monthlong break,’ the outlet claimed.

The second season of The Mandalorian debuted late last month, with star Pedro Pascal returning as the titular character.

The show follows the adventures of The Mandalorian as he searches for a safe home for the adorable yet unnamed character fans have nicknamed ‘Baby Yoda.’

Fan favorite: The show follows the adventures of The Mandalorian as he searches for a safe home for the adorable yet unnamed character fans have nicknamed 'Baby Yoda'

Fan favorite: The show follows the adventures of The Mandalorian as he searches for a safe home for the adorable yet unnamed character fans have nicknamed ‘Baby Yoda’

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