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Episode IV: A Ridiculous Hope

SpilkaBilka said:

In the Falcon cockpit, when Luke, Ben, and Han are discussing what happened to Alderaan, add Luke's line, "It looks like sand people did this, all right. Look, there's gaffi sticks, bantha tracks. It's just… I've never heard of them hitting anything this big before."

Obi-Wan could then say that it wasn't the work of sand people and that it was the princess who did it. Or that it was Luke's father.

Episode VI: Return of the Ridiculousness

Or Luke could end up having numerous siblings. Luke's family tree could go something like this:

Padme=Obi-Wan + Anakin

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Luke Han=Leia Chewie Jabba


Luke could ask Obi-Wan if he is his sister, to which Obi-Wan could reply, "No, I am your father."

You could place this scene in Episode V, before Luke leaves for Bespin, so that when Darth Vader tells Luke that he is his father, Luke could reply "That's not true! Obi-Wan told me that he was my father!..."

Episode III: Revenge of the Ridiculousness

oh_riginal said:

DominicCobb said:

Revenge of the Sith. It would explain why Palps knows everything.

This would be funny if Palpatine and Anakin were watching ROTS at the opera house, and just after he watches the scene where Mace Windu and Ki Adi Mundi talk about sensing a plot to destroy the Jedi, he says the line "the Jedi are planning to overthrow me."

To make it extra meta, the hologram Mace and Ki Adi are standing at could be showing Palpatine saying "once more the Sith will rule the galaxy!" to which Mace states "I sense a plot to destroy the Jedi."

I'm definitely with that. It would explain why he foresees the future all the way until Episode VI, but perhaps he had to stop watching for some reason which would be why he doesn't foresee Darth Vader reverting to the good side (so if there is any way you could hint at or imply that he didn't get to finish viewing the future then you should fit it in).

I think ROTS being the movie within the movie would cause some sort of rip in the fabric of space & time, ultimately destroying all life. But that's just me. ;)

I don't think that matters in a ridiculous edit :)

Episode VI: Return of the Ridiculousness

After the Death Star blows up and Leia tells Han that Luke is her brother, and then Han turns his head, you could have Leia turn his head back multiple times and fill it with all kinds of dialogue. It would be funny if you had them break up (perhaps you could have her say she likes Lando instead--or something completely ridiculous like C-3PO or R2-D2) and end the scene with a shocked Han looking away and skip the kiss, etc.


The repetition part has been done before, but there's still a lot you could do with that scene.