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  1. I thought that is pretty much what Obi-Wan said in this scene: BTW, watching this now makes me think: Obi-Wan in the PT says he cannot kill Anakin and refused to do so on Mustafar...but then he tries to guilt Luke into doing it after Luke said he cannot kill his own father. What a hypocrite.
  2. So that's where Obi-Wan learned it. I may be missing something, but it seems like from the first two episodes of this miniseries, this is the first time Bail and Obi-Wan have spoken since Episode III. I can think of maybe two explanations: 1. Worrrying about Leia, it just wasn't on Bail's mind to fill Obi-Wan in on the details about Vader. 2. Does Bail even know that Anakin is Vader? I know Obi-Wan and Yoda know via the events of Episode III, but was Bail ever let in on this secret?
  3. I would assume Bail would have heard about Vader rather than Obi-Wan (after the events of Episode III). Obi-Wan seemed to lead a pretty disconnected life hiding out on Tatooine. He buried his lightsaber along with Anakin's and tried not to use the Force or intervene in any conflicts. I would assume that Obi-Wan probably did not leave Tatooine after Episode III until Bail asks him to help rescue Leia. By the way, the girl who played Leia in this series reminded me more of Princess Leia in the OT than Padme in the PT. I guess part of it was her dialogue and the other part might have been the ESB
  4. I think Obi-Wan was partly lying in ANH to manipulate Luke into becoming a Jedi. Obi-Wan also said Luke's father wanted him to have the lightsaber when he was old enough. I don't believe there was ever Anakin saying something like this in the prequels (and definitely not to Obi-Wan). After all, Anakin was trying to hide the fact that he and Padme were going to have a baby. Maybe they should film another edition of ROTS with the following dialogue: Obi-Wan: "You were my brother, Anakin. I loved you....uh...btw, this may not be the best time to ask...but...um...if your kid with Padme surviv
  5. Braves 2022 season so far:
  6. Has anyone heard anything about if Obi-Wan is supposed to fight with Vader in this series? I have mixed emotions about that. On one hand, it would be cool to see. On the other hand, it would seem to water down the impact of their duel in A New Hope (being the first time they have faced each other since ROTS). Also, Vader's line about the last time they met he was the learner would seem kind of odd.
  7. Luke looks like he is practicing his podracing moves.
  8. Are you talking about Boba Fett?
  9. I am guessing this is probably the reason. When Luke defeated Vader on Death Star II and chopped off Vader's hand, Luke looked at his gloved hand then Vader's missing hand. He was probably thinking in that moment he was too much like Vader, wanted to avoid repeating the same mistakes as Vader, and thus turned down the Emperor's request to destroy Vader.
  10. I undertsand. I mean, that dead horse has been beaten so much even Arby's wouldn't take it. All I was saying was that from the scene at the end of Mando S2, it didn't seem to me that Luke was insisting Grogu give up any attachments until Luke explicitly said so in Book of Boba Fett. If that is the direction they want to take it, I guess that is cool. I am just interested in Luke's journey. He is obviously a central character in all of the Star Wars saga. So, I am interested in the little things/events/decisions along the way from Luke being an eternal optimist in the OT to being a broken-down
  11. Funny you should mention that. There was an Arena Football League team called the Washington Commandos. I would have liked that name better. This could have been their mascot:
  12. I watched that scene again, and it does not seem that anything in there is implying Grogu must never have any contact with Mando again. Mando even said to Grogu he will see Grogu again and Luke does not object. However, in Book of Boba Fett, Luke is making it very clear that Grogu must not have any connection with Mando again. Also, isn't Luke breaking an old Jedi rule about teaching students older than children? Grogu seems like a baby but we see a flashback of him (maybe at the Jedi temple with clone troopers killing Jedi) and Luke says a little part of Grogu's life is like a lifetime for ot
  13. I am thinking more about that attachment thing. Luke took Ben Solo to train at the new Jedi Academy. Did he force Ben to give up his attachment to Han and Leia? If not, what a sniveling weaselly hypocrite Luke was.
  14. Was this the first time Luke and Ahsoka met (on screen)? I liked her line saying Luke was just like his father. Luke smiled at this which indicates they know who each other are (i.e. Ahsoka knows Luke is Anakin's son and Luke knows Ahsoka was Anakin's padawan). I am curious as to how they first met and what was said during their first meeting. Maybe just "Hi, I'm Ahsoka. I was your dad's padawan."
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