Re: Favorite Star Wars Line

Devil Girl wrote:
Valthonin wrote:

Yea i always considered that line when paired with yoda's Do or do not, there is no try. It doesnt make sense

I actually think that is a really funky line and it makes sense to me (maybe that is because I am a little odd http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v176/ … cratch.gif )

I like it too and it always made sense to me, but it is an absolute, and Obi Wan said only Sith deal in absolutes....also that line itself is an absolute.

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Ph34r wrote:

"Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa....."- Boba Fett, Return of the Jedi. wink

I think he should have said "WHEEEEEEEEEEEeeeeeeee!" instead

but my favorite is "Impresive, Most impresive" Lord Vader.
also, (i forget the words) in KOTOR where carth is mocking bastila about her lost lightsaber

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My 2 favorits is:
uteeny anD Do or do not.....

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I have about 3 favorites they are Leia in ANH "Get this walking carpet out of my way." Han Solo in ANH "I don't care what you smell get in here." and last but not least Boba Fett in ESB "What about me. He's no good to me dead."

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That is quite the quote. I love it.  There is a whole bunch of quotes that I love from the books and stuff that I didn't think were eligible because they weren't in the movies.

One of them being from Obi-Wan " In simplicity there was both clarity and strengh."

There are others but not at the top of my head.

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Probably Han from ANH when they're in the detention center.

"We're all find down here...how are you?"  BLAM!!  "Boring conversation anyway....Luke, we're going to have company!!"


That, or 3PO from ANH.

"Listen to them R2, they're dying...curse my metal body, I wasn't fast enough."

I couldn't stop laughing at that one.  Comic relief, man.  Like Laurel and Hardy, those two.

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I like R2-D2 quote: Beep, beep, beep squeal

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Sadriel_Fett wrote:

That, or 3PO from ANH.

"Listen to them R2, they're dying...curse my metal body, I wasn't fast enough."

I couldn't stop laughing at that one.  Comic relief, man.  Like Laurel and Hardy, those two.

I LOVE that one, cant believe i forgot to put it, its hilarious. Also, whos laurel and hardy?

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Valthonin wrote:
Sadriel_Fett wrote:

That, or 3PO from ANH.

"Listen to them R2, they're dying...curse my metal body, I wasn't fast enough."

I couldn't stop laughing at that one.  Comic relief, man.  Like Laurel and Hardy, those two.

I LOVE that one, cant believe i forgot to put it, its hilarious. Also, whos laurel and hardy?

I guess that kind of dated me.  They were comedians that were out about the same time as The Three Stooges, The Marx Brothers, and Abott and Costello.  Here you go.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laurel_and_hardy

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Everyone's already mentioned the best ones, but I also love: "Jabba, you're a wonderful human being." XD
I know it's supposed to go along with when Jabba had a human stand in, but I still think it's funny. It fits Han's personality.

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i like " no, i'll never join the dark side " " i want to be a jedi, like my father before me, sigh! "

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Darth Vader's breathing.

it's the best line every time he "says" it.

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tick hiss! tick hiss! tick hiss! Obi wan you are an old man tick hiss tick hiss!

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see below

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I like most of Han Solo's lines best.

"Hokey religions and ancient weapons are nothing against a good blaster at your side, kid!"

"Never tell me the odds!"

And Boba's "He's no good to me dead!"

Do books count? If they do, my favourite quote would be Boba's "It'll cost you!"

And one more thing, I like the sounds Jawas do, like "Uttini!" I think Jodo Kast 2K was talking about that one, but he spelled it "Uteeny!", not really sure which one is right, though.

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Either way sounds cool. No matter how it's spelled.. :-)

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*says somthing that one of the ewoks says*
There's my line smile

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Ewoks.They blow.

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Wah hota!

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VADER IS TEH PIMP!!!!!!!!!!!(Hillary Clinton called Dick Cheney "darth vader" This is untrue, as darth vader is cleary awesome, dick cheney isnt)

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Hey, I like cheese puffs







I agree with ARC Fett

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"What a piece of junk!"    Luke's first impression of the Millenium Falcon.

"What the hell is an Aluminum Falcon?"    Darth Sideous taking Vader's celphone call after the destruction of the Death Star on "Robot Chicken"

"Reality is a nice place to visit... but I wouldn't want to live there."

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Yeah that is funny.

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Yea it was. I almost pee'd my pants