The collapse of the Empire seems to have been especially hard on dress codes as eagle-eyed fans of “The Mandalorian” spotted someone definitely out of uniform in the latest episode.

As Mando and crew invade an old Imperial base in “Chapter 12: The Siege,” someone can be seen pressed up against a wall decked out in jeans, a T-shirt and a wristwatch.

Not exactly common attire a long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away.

It was likely a crew member doing a poor job of keeping out of the shot, and it happens at about 18:54 in the episode, which debuted on Disney+ last week:

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It wasn’t quite as egregious as the infamous “Game of Thrones” scene in which someone left a coffee cup out in full view.

But it didn’t escape fans of “The Mandalorian” on social media:

Love the unintended Crew member in Yesterday’s #Mandalorian . Got to get that action figure on my Christmas list

— Owen Staton (@OwenSGriffiths) November 21, 2020

#TheMandalorian Chapter 12 👀Oops 👀😂

— BD (@BrandonDavisBD) November 22, 2020

Admiral Jeff Blue-Jeans LEGO leaked for 2021 release! #admiraljeffbluejeans #jeansguy #starwars #Mandalorian #MandalorianSeason2

— Brent Waller (@BrentOnInternet) November 22, 2020

Got a screen shot of the extra crew member in this week's The #Mandalorian. Didn't realize they wore blue jeans in a galaxy far, far away.Found at 18:54.

— ʎpooɯ sıɹɔ (@crismoody) November 21, 2020

Shout out to the crew member in the background of the latest episode of The Mandalorian. I look forward to reading your extensive in-universe backstory on Wookipedia.

— 𝔎𝔯𝔶𝔭𝔱𝔦𝔡 🎃 (@thecinemapunk) November 20, 2020

@themandalorian 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.

— Anthony Romero (@Anthony51RomerO) November 20, 2020

SPOILERS: Apparently #Mandalorian has a Jeans & TShirt day. Tell me when you see it! 😂

— SwittCraft! ❤️⚒️🤖 (@SwittCraft) November 22, 2020

What if the crew member in a green shirt & blue jeans became a running gag in the Mandalorian? Just once every episode they're randomly on the edge of the screen. 🤷‍♂️

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