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TATOOINE — If I were a young Jedi heartthrob in between battles in a war in space, how would I spend my free time?
Personally, I might play a game or two of Scattergories with my droid BFFs, or maybe even start a vlogging channel of my adventures (droid friends would be very useful to an aspiring influencer). I'd also be sure to host a few dinner parties to help keep my friends' spirits up while our chances of winning the war were looking pretty grim.
But everyone knows that any time you throw a party you need some good tricks to keep your guests entertained. Magic tricks are fine. Juggling works too. But impressions are definitely the most classic choice. Who doesn't love impressions?
The problem is that, as a young Jedi heartthrob, I know very few interesting people to do impressions of. I grew up on a desert planet nearly devoid of fun celebrities. My only fallback is to do an impression of my old Jedi teacher, this little green guy who I guess is pretty famous and well-liked and whatever. Hopefully my friends like it!
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Anyway, back to reality, I'm obviously not a young Jedi heartthrob, but Luke Skywalker once was! And I'm not saying I'm a mind reader or anything, but I bet this is what would've gone through his head if he'd been throwing any dinner parties. And his Yoda impression probably would've sounded a lot like it does in this video.
So what do you think? If you were one of Luke's dinner party guests (dream scenario, I know) would you have been impressed by Luke's impression?