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Star Wars Episode 6: Return of the Jedi - Luke Needs Glasses
In one of the scenes where Luke is in Jabba's palace, before he falls into the pit, he asks "Where's Leia?" even though Princess Leia is clearly visible in front of him, about ten feet away. If he can't see Leia from where he is standing, I think he needs glasses...
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Pyro on 02-11-2001
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eddie writes:
Who needs glasses? It was Han that asked where Leia was, not Luke
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Dreamer61 writes:
Luke never even mentions Leia in that scene. They barely make eye contact. Eddie is right. The only one who says, "Where's Leia?" is Han and he's still blind so can be forgiven.
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Red 5 writes:
No Pyro, Sorry, but in that scene, Luke absolutely does not ask "Where's Leia?"...EVER! The only dialogue from Luke is in a conversation with Jabba.
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Sica writes:
Actually, Han asked the question. It goes: Han: "How're we doing?" Luke: "Same as always." Han: "That bad, huh? Where's Leia?" Leia: "I'm here." (Or something like that. I haven't memorized all the lines.)
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Cory Balthazr writes:
The only time someone say Where's Leia is when Han asks it.
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Galadine writes:
Just saw this scene. Luke and Hans are both cuffed, and Luke's lips don't even move. Hans is asking the question because he is still suffering from hibernation sickness; ie, he's blind.
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Pyro writes:
No, no, NO! I am talking about the scene in Jabba's palace where Luke has just arrived and Leia has (temporarily) been reduced to one of Jabba's slave girls. In that scene, Luke asks, "Where's Leia?" and Leia says, "I'm here." btw: In real life, she probably would've said, "Are you blind??? I'm right here, you idiot!!" lol
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