Here's how the internet is meme-ing Baby Yoda this weekend.
The first appearance of baby Yoda is adorable and to many fans that's what really counts. The character has become more popular than the Mandalorian himself, but as Disney chose to keep him a secret until the series was released, there weren't any toys or products with Baby Yoda's image, which was a disappointment for Star Wars fans - and Disney probably wasn't expecting the character to be such a hit.
So Thanos wouldn't have been actually 13 or 17, that's just the general look he'd have and how we'd perceive him in human years.
This is Star Wars after all.
'No offense, ' said a disgruntled-looking mother to her baby as she pushed it in a stroller. Now obviously this is for amusement and it works on a few different levels, but it does raise a question as to how powerful baby Yoda is at this time.
Once the meme took off, Lil Jon's "Get Low" wasn't the only rap song Baby Yoda was rocking out to.
The bounty hunter, who comes from the same culture as the iconic bad guy Boba Fett, steadfastly refuses to ever remove his helmet unless he's completely alone.
Many suspect that Baby Yoda, who's real name and alien species hasn't been revealed just yet, is a clone of Yoda.