The Piecemeal Man (abmann) wrote,
The Piecemeal Man
abmann

Most of the Star Wars movies weren't supposed to exist.


You should all go read reallybadpoetry. It's hilarious. I admit, I' submitted poetry to poetry.com once. ONCE!

More Star Wars wisdom from my workplace.

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From: Diego E.
Posted At: Wednesday, June 01, 2005 9:46 AM
Posted To: Movies
Conversation: EP III - Birth of the twins
Subject: Oscar

No wonder Yoda sent the evidence away. It sounds like he knocked up Chewie’s teenage daughter. J
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From: Brian B
Posted At: Wednesday, June 01, 2005 9:38 AM
Posted To: Movies
Conversation: EP III - Birth of the twins
Subject: there is another

Yoda was actually referring to the product of a secret cross-species love affair some 700 years earlier. That child, practically oozing midichlorians, was discovered by the Jedi, placed in stasis, and exiled on a sub-lightspeed cargo ship. A long, long time afterward, in a galaxy far, far away, he emerged from stasis and crash landed, embedding his ship deep into the sidewalk of an Earth city, leaving only a dustbin-shaped hatch exposed. That child… Oscar the Grouch.

So, you see, Yoda was not referring to Leia at all, but his own garbage-eating son.

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From: Bill D
Posted At: Wednesday, June 01, 2005 9:07 AM
Posted To: Movies
Conversation: EP III - Birth of the twins
Subject: Last Hope

Alternative explanation: They had already invested a lot of effort into Luke and both Yoda and Obi-wan had limited time left. Obi-wan didn't think it would be possible to start over again. Also, remember that Luke was going to rescue Leia and Han so this other hope was already in a great deal of trouble... again. Perhaps Yoda had the stronger insight into Leia's immediate fate.

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From: Dustin Foster
Sent: Tuesday, May 31, 2005 5:37 PM
Posted To: Movies
Conversation: EP III - Birth of the twins
Subject: Last Hope

Explanation: Obi-Wan was sexist

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From: Lyle R
Posted At: Tuesday, May 31, 2005 5:34 PM
Posted To: Movies
Conversation: EP III - Birth of the twins
Subject: EP III - Birth of the twins

Okay so Obi-Wan is there for the birth of the twins. But in EP V, doesn’t he say to Yoda that Luke is the last hope, and Yoda says something like “No, there is another.” But doesn’t Obi-Wan know about Leia? Why would he think Luke was their last hope?
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