Read the comic, then the stuff below.
This was one of those jokes that could have gone a lot of different ways. There’s a lot of absurdity in Palpatine’s approach to recruiting Jedi. I could have portrayed the conversation as between the Emperor and the Jedi, with the Jedi pointing out that Palpatine’s offer basically boils down to “Join our band of miserable idiots and I’ll give you more power, which you’ll inevitably end up using against your friends when they show up and try to do what you’re doing now”. Which isn’t much of a sales pitch since the only reason a Jedi would want more power is so he could defeat the Emperor.
Or I could have brought Vader into the conversation and showed how utterly humiliating it must be to guard a guy while he’s auditioning people to try and kill you, “Oh crap not this again, master.”
And in case you’re curious, the guy announcing that lunch was served wasn’t actually talking to the Emperor. He was actually talking with what must be the worst rendition of Princess Leia, ever. (Pictured above.) Yikes.
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