Fox and Bull
If Disney+ knew that naming a character Fennic like the fennic fox and calling another character Toro like the Spanish word for bull would get the Zorro (which means fox in Spanish) theme stuck in my head, good play, corporation.
Just in case you didn't catch that the episode wanted you to compare Toro and Han Solo, Toro is introduced with his feet up in "about to shoot Greedo" position and in the same booth where Han killed the Rodian nine years earlier. I might have mixed feelings about the droid bartender (Wuher, the original barman, did not allow droids in his cantina), but I'm very happy that the cantina repaired the blaster bolts in the wall -- or did they?
You see (*pushes glasses up nose*) if Greedo shot at Han after saying "Maclunkey" (and Han didn't shoot first), then there'd be a blaster bolt hole in the wall next to Toro's head. But there is not a blaster bolt here in the episode, suggesting that they fixed it or that... GREEDO NEVER SHOT AT HAN. You hear that, George Lucas? We had to go back to Tatooine to fix this mess, to which I say, "Maclunkey."
Back to the Bounty Hunters. Toro Calican's cockiness betrays how new he is at the bounty hunter game: he chooses all of his double-crosses poorly. First, he gets saved by Mando when he's fighting Fennic, then he shoots Fennic after Mando cops a Boba Fett line about her not being good to them dead (it felt very nostalgic to hear not-a-clone-voice say that line -- thanks, special editions), then gets shot in the head when his Mando double-cross goes wrong. Toro is played by Jake Cannavale, Bobby Cannavale's son, and he does a good job in this role with portraying cocky entitlement. This upstart bounty hunter thinks he has it all figured out to the point that he tries a double double-cross on his first mission. That's a gamble.
Fennic Shard is such a good name and Ming-Na Wen is so good in everything she's in, so it's disappointing that she's gone, getting a blaster bolt to the midsection and collapsing in the Tatooine desert. The fight between her and Toro was fine, if under-lit, as it took place at night and both of the fighters were wearing primarily black. It was a little difficult to see, but mostly difficult to remember because of its darkness and inconsequence. How could such a cool character live her entire on-screen life on a rock in Tatooine? ONE ROCK! Sure, she had the high ground (big prequel vibes), but she was supposed to be some badass assassin with a contact in Mos Espa (where the Phantom Menace podrace happens).
What a waste. I know no one wants clones to make a big comeback in the Star Wars universe and that Ming-Na Wen's other show, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. already has Life Model Decoys, but... but... Fennic was so cool! Plus, she had cool hair and a cool helmet! No one since Princess Leia wearing make-up under a helmet in Return of the Jedi has managed to pull that off. Clone her!