In today's comments we shared recipes for chocolate-covered salmon (there are more than you'd think), learned how to reconstruct an 18-foot oarfish using a bit of tech and a lot of imagination, and imagined the 30-second chat that could have stopped Darth Vader before he started.
In response to this post on what stories could have been wrapped up in 5 minutes with the help of a single candid chat, commenter cforshaw672200 came up with the quick heart-to-heart that Yoda and Anakin never (but really should have!) had:
Yoda: Anakin, troubled we are by your behaviour, and attitude, and obsession with sand.
Anakin: It's cos' I'm in love with Padme, but your rules on love are awful.
Yoda: Awful they are not. Consider this, you must: love makes fools of us all, and foolishness can be exploited by the dark side.
Anakin: But by being irrational, you cannot demand a rational attitude to love. Plus, actually loving someone makes life worth living... and worth saving.
Yoda: Truly, we had not considered this.
Palpatine: (whispers) Ignore him, Anakin. If you strike him down, you will have the woman you love!
Anakin: By the way, Yoda, that thing you said about the dark side exploiting love? Palpatine has totally been doing that to me for the last two films.
Yoda: Mmm. Busted you are, Palpatine.
Palpatine: You'll never take me ali -
All the Jedi descend on him, as he is literally the only Sith, and there are thousands of them.
A much shorter, but probably happier, Star Wars movie.
Image: Sam Howzit