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->"''George, you can type this shit, but you sure as hell can't say it.''"
-->-- '''Creator/HarrisonFord''' to Creator/GeorgeLucas after reading his lines for ''Film/ANewHope''.

There are so many Narmy moments in ''Franchise/StarWars'' that we could almost rename this Trope "The Wisdom of Anakin". Needless to say, most of the examples you will find here have fallen prey to MemeticMutation. To wit:


[[folder: General]]
* The basic concept for Force users, that they ''must'' [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything specifically belong to a highly dogmatic religion or else they become evil incarnate]]. Over time, this has worked with and explored in the various expanded universes in a myriad of ways, resulting in a depth of philosophical musings on the nature of human morality... None of which to be found on the original trilogy and prequels, where the most complex things get is showing both Jedi and Sith throw about highly contradictory nonsense and throwing temper tantrums.
* Both the prequel trilogy and the original trilogy fall prey to this. The fun, exciting adventure can come across as utterly camp or hokey, depending on the audience. Some members may also find the dialogue corny. A good rule of thumb is that your mileage will definitely vary.
* All of the names George Lucas gives that sounds like a three year old's babbling, like Shmi, Naboo, Dooku, and so on. Even in the original trilogy: Solo (geddit?), Skywalker, Starkiller, and so on.
* Speaking of names: Ever notice the rather obvious nature of most [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Sith names]]? "Vader"... As in ''in''-vader [[note]]Until you learn the FridgeBrilliance of "vader" also being Dutch for "[[LukeIAmYourFather father]]."[[/note]]. "Sidious", as in ''in''-sidious. And then "Maul". And from the source materials, "Bane" (as in "''bane'' of our existence"). "Tyrannus", granted, ''is'' a bit of an AwesomeMcCoolname, but it's still obvious...
* Even if "Dooku" is a pun on "Doku"- which is Japanese for 'poison,' that there is a villain with that name is hysterical.
** {{Podcast/Rifftrax}} had a small field day with this one in their riff of The Holiday Special:
---> '''Mike''': ''(over reused StockFootage of the attack on the ''Falcon''): Damn you, Count Dookie!
---> '''Kevin''': That's Count Doo-''ku'', and he's not even in this one!
---> '''Mike''': Oh, yeah, that was my septic tank guy, Count Dookie. Just texted me with an estimate. Way over budget...
** Tyranus is a much cooler name, but they only call him that once or twice in either movie.
** Lampshaded in ''WesternAnimation/TheVentureBrothers'' when Henchman #24 said he had to "take a Count Dooku in the bathroom."
** ''Do cu'' is a Portuguese phrase meaning "from the ass" or "of the ass" which is pronounced exactly like Dooku (making his name sound like "Count Mc. Ass"). Thus in the Brazilian release of the movie, Dooku's name was changed to "Dookan" (both in the subtitled and in the dubbed version of the movie).
** The Jedi named Sifo Dias had a similar fate - when spoken in Portuguese, "Sifo Dias" has a sexual connotation (''se fodias'' means "would fuck himself"). His name became Zifo Vias.
** And in Episode I, there is a character named Panaka; "panaca" means "imbecile" in Portuguese. Panaka became "Panacé".
** In Italian, "palpatine" literally means "little gropes". It makes one wonder why they didn't change his name. Perhaps the Emperor is a DirtyOldMan?
** The fact that the chairman of the ArmsDealer MegaCorp is named "viceroy Nute Gunray". Of course, because he is basically a viceroy who is nuts and sells ray guns. (Good luck trying not to think that every time you heard his name). It may also bring up "Newts" and "rays" as reptilian and aquatic creatures he bears a certain resemblance to.
** Poggle the Lesser. ''POGGLE''.
** The General ''[[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast GRIEVOUS]]''. And any CardCarryingVillain needs to [[LargeHam ham it up sometimes]].
--->'''[[WebVideo/RedLetterMedia Mr. Plinkett:]]''' Also on this ship is Commander Nefarious, Captain I'm-A-Bad-Guy, and Admiral Bone-to-Pick. But they don't mention them.
* The 2004 DVD release of the old trilogy gives us Darth Vader, who used to be known as the epitome of evil and just downright badass, with a pink lightsaber. HilarityEnsues. While this is due to the color correction and barely affects Vader's awesomeness in the long run, it's quite funny to think about.
* Palpatine's use of the InTheHood trope. He often uses it even in well-lit areas where wearing a hood normally wouldn't do much to conceal your face...so he pulls the hood down far enough to block his eyes. He might think he looks intimidating, but he ends up looking ridiculous since he shouldn't be able to see. You half expect him to walk into something every time he does it.

[[folder: The Prequels]]
!!The Phantom Menace
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NQxrJBNQg4A Darth Maul's death]], mostly for two reasons: a) he makes no attempt to defend himself even though he really should have had time to do so (there's even a brief moment when Obi-Wan lands beside him before he swings where Maul is just staring at him) and b) after the slice, we are treated to a nice shot of his body falling apart in midair, the two halves of it flipping over and bouncing off the sides of the bottomless pit while his arms and legs flail about uselessly. His facial expressions during the whole ordeal don't help matters.
* Not exactly laugh inducing, but the part where the viceroy goes "ah, victory" makes conquering a society seem a little bland.
* "Let's try spinning, that's a good trick!" When one of your characters, who is in the middle of a dogfight in a ship he's not familiar with, sounds more like a kid playing the Episode I Racer UsefulNotes/Nintendo64 game than someone in that situation, you might want to consider a rewrite. The line becomes even more amusing when you realize that Anakin just told R2 to [[VideoGame/StarFox do a barrel roll]].
* [[SoBadItsGood "This is]] '''''[[SoBadItsGood TENSE!"]]''''' However "realistic" this comment might be coming from a ten-year-old suddenly thrust into a space battle, it's still ''[[ShowDontTell telling]]'' the audience that they should be on the edges of their seats.
* Qui-Gon declaring that "it won't be a problem", informing the audience how the upcoming fight scene is going to turn out and dispelling any drama it otherwise might have had.
* Surely one of the more chillingly horrific moments in the Episode 1 DVD commentary occurs when George Lucas (pre-cinema release) confidently tells Steven Spielberg that: "Jar Jar is the key to all this"...
* Qui Gon's reaction to Shmi revealing that Anakin was born via a virgin birth is a wonderful nugget of unintentional comedy. He appears to glance directly at the camera for a few seconds with a deadpan look that says "yup we're really doing [[TheChosenOne this type of story]], audience. Enjoy not getting a refund!"

!!Attack of the Clones
* From Episode Two:
** "''They're like ANIMALS! And I SLAUGHTERED them like animals! I HATE THEM!!!''"
---> ''(Riff from the Imperial March, just in case we didn't get the point...)''
** Possibly topped for Narm by Padmé's (non)reaction to the revelation Anakin's a ''mass murderer'' of ''native sentients''. It borders the territory of UnfortunateImplications as she blankly stares, blinks a few times, and seems to instantly forgive him, and blindly hops into a relationship with him not too long afterwards.
---> "... To be angry is to be human." ''(Well, that's... One way of putting it...)''
** This one might be open to debate though. According to Lars, the Sand People killed most of the group of farmers that went to try to rescue Shmi. Combined with Anakin probably mentioning that they had been torturing her, Padmé could easily have sympathized with his anger, what with her home planet having been invaded and her people put into concentration camps not so many years earlier. It is doubtful that she was a believer in the universal goodness of all sentient beings - except that he killed the children and women (who may have been non-combatants). Less easy to gloss over.
** Earlier, in the same scene:
--->'''Padmé:''' "You're not all-powerful!"\\
'''Anakin''': [[{{Wangst}} "Well I should be!"]] And someday I will be... I will be... ''The most powerful Jedi ever!'' IT'S ALL OBI-WAN'S FAULT! HE'S ''JEALOUS''! ''HE'S HOLDING ME '''BACK'''!!!''
** An interesting parallel to the above involves Anakin's saying in Episode Three, "Something's happening... I'm not the Jedi I ''should'' be...! ''I want MORE''!" The reason it's so interesting is that in the Behind-The-Scenes features on the DVD, we see Lucas directing that scene, and Hayden actually starting off by giving that line a ''good'', honest-to-goodness ''natural'' performance. Cue George calling "Cut!" and then directing Hayden to give the line "more feeling". And so, Hayden hams it up.
* Anakin's mother lives as a captive of the Tusken Raiders for several months. Then Anakin randomly comes to Tatooine, finds out where she is, and rushes to rescue her. She dies five minutes after he walks into her tent. It doesn't help that Pernilla August and/or the director chose a death method that inspires unintended hilarity in its viewers. *GLAAACK!* She's gone. When she does her death flop, it's almost slapstick for a second or two there.
** This could easily turn into a FunnyAneurysmMoment if you lend any credence to the hypothesis that Palpatine had Shmi kidnapped and ordered the Tuskens to torture to death just before Anakin arrives in order to break him more easily.
* Shortly before that, Poggle the Lesser (good thing the name itself wasn't mentioned in the film, that would have been bonus {{Narm}}) apparently sentences Anakin, Padmé and Obi-wan to death. The StarfishLanguage may sound menacing at times with all the insectoid chittering, but Poggle opening his speech with an elephant-like trumpet ruins everything.
* Wat Tambor, the chairman of the Techno Union, deserves a mention. The leader of a galactic enterprise that mass-produces advanced combat robots... And he's wearing an armored pressure suit where the manually adjusted controls for his voice modulator are on his chest. This has the unfortunately hilarious effect of making him look like he's ''playing with his nipples''.
* Dooku turned Mace Windu's name from awesome to laughable.
--> '''Count Dooku''': Master Windooooooooow!
* It was probably supposed to be dramatic, but when Count Dooku asked Obi-Wan to join him against the Sith, the parallels with the LukeIAmYourFather speech in ''The Empire Strikes Back'' were just too much.
** Add to that the fact that throughout this conversation, Obi-Wan is suspended in the air and slowly rotating like a cheap Christmas decoration, requiring him to constantly turn his head and look over his shoulder to continue talking to Dooku.
* The phrase "I don't think so" said by an overconfident Jedi about to be proven wrong more than once in the same movie. Happens in ''Attack of the Clones'', and was then brought back in ''Revenge of the Sith''.
* "Around the survivors, a perimeter create!"
* Generally, Yoda's lightsaber scene in ''Attack of the Clones'' gets three types of reactions from people: some think it's extremely badass, some think it's extremely Narmish (There are reports of whole cinemas breaking into laughter), and some think it's a mix of "Holy shit, that's awesome!" and "Holy shit, that's funny!" It need not even be both simultaneously. The first time through the sheer fanboy glee at the badassitude of Yoda wielding a lightsaber might distract you from the enormity of it.
** The hilarity of the scene is mainly provided by Yoda screaming like Shemp from ''The Three Stooges'' throughout the fight. Screw Jedi reserve, restraint, calm, you have to yell louder than Mel Gibson in ''Film/{{Braveheart}}'' to win a lightsaber duel.
* Near the end of the second film, Yoda utters the line "Begun, this Clone War has," with such seriousness that it can just come off as being a little laughable. The real problem is that it sounds like Yoda considers the clones the worst part of the whole mess, despite them having saved the Jedi from execution.

!!Revenge of the Sith
* [[ComplexityAddiction The buzz droids as a concept.]] Somehow, the CSI military masterminds believed that spending a probably awful lot of money building small, advanced droids who deploy from missiles and (slowly) sabotage starfighters in real battle time is somehow better than, you know, putting mines or regular sharpnel in the damn missiles.
** To make matters worse, said Buzz Droids were renamed "Vibro-Droïdes" in the French release of the movie. Thing is, "vibro" in French is a very, ''very'' common shortening for "vibromasseur", which is... Well, a ''vibrating device aimed at lonely women''. Granted, the translation itself is correct-ish but the exact word was very poorly chosen, though one has to give credit to Hayden's French voice actor for managing to say it without cracking up.
* The voices of the Super Battle Droids in ''Revenge of the Sith'' destroy any menace they might have possessed beforehand. It doesn't help that it's the kind of dialogue you'd expect from a breakfast cereal advertisement.
-->'''Battle Droid 1''': "You stupid little astro droid."\\
'''Battle Droid 2''': "That nuthin'!"
%% (Add context to this point) ** The robots sound like they're voiced by [[WebAnimation/TheDementedCartoonMovie Brian Kendall]].
%% (Should be moved to YMMV.StarWarsCloneWars and given context) ** It got a lot worse, in ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsCloneWars''. Jar Jar Binks's snot is more competent than the robots in ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsCloneWars''.
* When Obi-Wan drops into the scene and Grievous says "General Kenobi... Hahahagh. You are a bold one." Look closely at Grievous' face when he says "Kenobi..." He moves it forward with sideways shaking and a faint nod, in the same way that a loving couple does when intimately nuzzling their noses together.
* General Grievous declared, "I have been trained in your Jedi arts by Count Dooku!". Not only does calling them "your" Jedi arts make it seem like he isn't that good at them, but Count Dooku was killed off by Anakin approximately 15 minutes into the movie, which makes it quite understandable that Obi-Wan is neither impressed nor intimidated by this statement.
** Even worse is the fact that he claims to have been trained in the "Jedi arts", cool stance and four lightsabers included, only to then start rotating mechanically two of his arms in a sort of SpamAttack mode which is obviously a built-in feature of his robot body and not the result of any kind of training. While that may be dismissed as ConfusionFu, his fighting style consists of striking with either all four weapons at once, or those from one side of the body, whereas he could've use the four of them in different ways, such as locking Obi-Wan's blade with two sabers and slashing his hands with the other two.
** What makes it even more absurd is that this is not the first time they have met. Obi-Wan and Grievous dueled multiple times during the Clone Wars, usually ending with Grievous turning tail and running.
** Grievous' other big narm moment was his declaration early in the film, "Your lightsabers will make a fine addition to my collection!" The narm becomes apparent when he opens his cloak and only one lightsaber is properly visible. Silly novice collector... The reason for this was probably that, in a deleted scene of the movie, Grievous kills Shaak Ti in front of Obi-Wan and Anakin. So that would account for the single lightsaber in his cloak, while the rest of his collection would be elsewhere. But they deleted that scene, so it does seem like that one lightsaber is his "collection." Although to be fair, we only see him open up one side of his cloak, so he could have been carrying lightsabers in the other side (he rips four lightsabers out of it later).
** Every single time Obi-Wan is around Grievous, he behaves like such a doofus; he succeeds in making Grievous look like a completely incompetent putz. Obi-Wan mocks him openly while cuffed on ''The Invisible Hand''; when surrounded by a ''thousand battle droids'' and General Grievous wielding ''four lightsabers'', he has the audacity to do that unbelievably Narm-tastic lightsaber position... Where he yanks his lightsaber all the way back away from himself, pointing it forward, and extending his other hand all the way forward, completely undefended and ready to be hacked off if Grievous weren't as much of a putz as Kenobi treats him.
*** The funny thing is, if you take other sources as an indication of Grievous' skill, he really isn't. He kills several Jedi in Clone Wars effortlessly.
*** It becomes even funnier if you know anything about fencing, and realize that the position he assumes is actually a legitimate position... If his lightsaber was in the opposite hand.
** Grievous ''skittering'' on all six like a panicked cockroach during his duel with Obi-wan. It's meant to be creepy, but just looks hilarious.
** His ridiculous order to his Magnaguards (a narmy name itself): "'''KEEL HEEM'''"
--->'''Rifftrax:''' Er, we could '' "keel" '' him sir, but wouldn't it be simpler to just '' "kill" '' him?
** When he enters the bridge of ''The Invisible Hand'', he has to make the viewers realize how angry he is with "WAAAAAAT'S DA SITUATIAN, CAPTAIN?"
** You know Grievous' silly coughing? [[WordOfGod According to George Lucas]], it was put in to ''somehow'' foreshadow [[VaderBreath Vader's menacing, ominous breathing]]. Grievous' coughing is anything but.
** Grievous' ship touches down on Utapau. The music swells to the point where it's grandiose OminousLatinChanting. The door to the ship opens, and Grievous emerges... Hunched over, taking tiny little plodding steps and bobbing his head like a chicken.
** There's also the completely ridiculous way that, when fixing to face off with Obi-Wan, he says "'''[[YouFool YOU FOOL]]!'''"
** When Grievous gets into the escape pod and says "TIME TO ABANDON SHIP!", he looks as if he's sitting on a toilet.
** After Nute Gunray expresses doubts in Grievous' ability to keep the remaining Separatist leaders safe without Count Dooku, Grievous gives this ridiculous response which just reeks of [[CardCarryingVillain card-carrying villainy]]:
---> ''Be thankful, Viceroy, you have not found yourself in my grip!''
** Probably the biggest Grievous moment, though, is when he strips naked for his big duel scene with Obi-Wan.
** Grievous was killed by several consecutive blaster shots. Grievous has supposedly killed a bunch of Jedi. Obi-Wan killed him using a less-than-average basic weapon. This made the scene both ironic and hilarious to think about.
** Granted, he had already been seriously wounded (if not crippled) by Mace Windu, so he was a lot weaker... But still, that's pathetic.
** When Obi-Wan jumps down to Grievous's level, Grievous apparently ''doesn't notice'' until Obi-Wan says something.
** In a moment of SpecialEffectsFailure of integrating CGI into live action footage, Obi-Wan has absolutely zero reaction to Grievous swinging ''four'' lightsabers around about two inches from Obi-Wan's face. It's painfully obvious the actor was looking at nothing when filming.
* The lightsaber duel between Sidious and Windu and his team. ''EVERYTHING'' related to that duel.
** Palpatine's debut sees him activating his lightsaber and yelling out a scream that makes it sound as if he's gargling while having heartburn.
** After Palpatine unveils his lightsaber, he does an [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ve1889zS030 incredibly fancy corkscrew jump]] over his desk (which is narm enough by this point) and lands in front of the Jedis, who just step backwards warily. Following the moment, Sidious stabs the first Jedi in an incredibly slow, grimacing and telegraphied thrust, and the poor chap, who was inexplicably looking at another direction, does nothing to stop it, keeping his weapon held high behind his head all the time. Then Sidious turns aside and slashes the second Jedi, and this time the victim looks shocked that Palpatine was there in first place. The third Jedi, finally, manages to react and trade a few shots with Palpatine, but he is felled with ease anyways and doing so he yells out a ridiculous squeal.
** During Palpatine and Windu's singles duel, they lock blades and bring close their faces, and then, presumably out of sheer will in the struggle, they both pull such a purse-lipped expression (or a grimace, in Palpatine's case) that they just look constipated.
** Immediately after Mace kicks Palpatine's lightsaber away, there's a hilariously dull shot of Anakin running at a rather casual pace, made even worse by that it doesn't at all match the tense music that's playing.
* The deaths of Jedi which are shown during the Jedi Purge. Even if the scenes are powerful and tragic, all of them are shot in inherently comical sequences.
** Ki-Adi-Mundi's stunned OhCrap expression upon turning back and seeing the clones pointing their guns to him makes the scene difficult to take seriously altogether.
** Plo Koon being shot down in his starfighter by his own escorts is sad and shocking. His starfighter crashing against an immense city structure and somehow [[MadeOfExplodium creating a fireball which engulfs it entirely]] is not, unless he was carrying warheads in his tiny vehicle.
** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2nOm3i0iRPw Aayla Secura's death]] loses its effect when you realize that the actress puts ''no'' effort into making her drop to the ground look convincing; you could almost swear she was trying to feign death.[[note]]Happens at the 1:34 mark.[[/note]]
*** Not to mention the bizarre flora on the planet that Aayla Secura dies on is also pretty laughable, with weird neon colored mushrooms and plants that look more out of ''WesternAnimation/TheSmurfs'' than ''Star Wars''.
*** The clones' ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill reaction in the same scene almost plunges into BlackComedy. Presumably in order to check out she is dead, they decided to keep shooting her lifeless body after downing her, and they are still pouring plasma nonstop at the poor girl's body when the camera zooms away. It makes you wonder if they were also going to make one of the AT-OT walking carriers stomp on the corpse for good measure.
* When Anakin calls Padmé a "LLLIIAAARRRR!!!!", the way he shouts it makes him sound like a child whose parents just taught him that lying is bad, and he's just looking for a chance to call out a fibbing adult and sound like a goody-two-shoes.
* Then when Anakin yells "YOUWILLNOTTAKEHERFROMME!!!", he puffs his cheeks like he's five and thinks Obi-Wan is trying to take his ice cream from him, not Padmé.
* "Only a Sith deals in absolutes!" Take a close look at that statement. Doesn't it look a little like an absolute?
** Furthermore, everything the Jedi do is absolute. Anakin's problem with them is that there are so many rules, particularly those against marriage and love. Also, "Do or do not, there is no try" is pretty absolute.
* "From my point of view, the Jedi are evil!" When your Dark Lord of the Sith sounds like the slow member of the debate team, you've got problems.
** And then Obi-Wan absolutely insists, "Anakin, Chancellor Palpatine is EVIL!" and when Anakin says that from his point of view, the Jedi are evil (which is Narm in of itself, since he uses those exact words), Obi-Wan yells "THEN YOU ARE LOST!" (So much for "Only a Sith deals in absolutes".)
* Before that, Obi-Wan has just learned that Anakin has slaughtered all Jedi at the temple, including the children. Then he apparently flies to Mustafar to enter a political debate with his former apprentice:
--> '''Obi-Wan''': Anakin, my allegiance is to the Republic, to DEMOCRACY!
* "You killed younglings!" The word "youngling" breaks the drama of any scene. Not even the gravity of brutal killing of children could survive the [[InherentlyFunnyWords inherent comedy of that word]].
** "If into the security recordings you go, only pain will you find."
** "I have seen... A... ''Security hologram''... Of him... Killing younglings..." Awful line, delivered in an almost completely deadpan way. And it doesn't help that it looks like Ewan [=McGregor=] is [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7SqTR0DorSw trying not to laugh at the line.]]
*** [[http://i.imgur.com/CxFKMPQ.jpg It was only a matter of time before someone made the joke.]]
** Also when Anakin confronts the children, the one who speaks to him has a London accent which makes the scene unintentionally funny, at least for Brits.
** "Master Skywalker, there are too many of them, what are we going to do?" It's supposed to be sad, but the way it was delivered was less than dramatic. The child cannot act, poor thing, and the line is completely flat, with no inflection, just a set of words that he's learned: "master skywalker there are too many of them what are we going to do."
* Before the climactic duel, while Anakin is getting ready to Force-choke Padmé, there's a shot of Obi-Wan walking down the ramp of the starship, hands on his hips, sending the nonverbal message "Oh yeah, I am so cool. Time for the showdown, kids." He then proceeds to tell Anakin to let Padmé go in the same tone a scolding parent would use to talk their child down from the cookie jar.
* The Force-Push duel between Anakin and Obi-Wan during their climactic battle: it basically had them holding their palms toward each other and glaring daggers at each other while Obi-Wan made silly faces in exertion while the music swells in the background. What's worse is that it had the potential to be an impressive show of their use of the Force: walls buckling, lights flickering, [[ExplosiveInstrumentation exploding monitors]] could have driven home just how much power the two of them were using. Instead it just looked ridiculous.
* "[[IHaveTheHighGround I have the high ground]]." It sounds like, "All right, I'm on the higher ground. Forget it. No way you can beat me now. Don't matter what you do."
** Shortly after, Anakin proceeds to take his chances and has his good arm and BOTH his legs cut off clean in one strike, and it feels like the only reason for this is the higher ground...
*** Anakin's warcry: "UWAAAA-AAAAAAAAAAA!"
** Obi-Wan also seems to suffer from memory loss. Remember the end of Episode I, when Darth Maul had the high ground?
** Anakin's stilted "You underestimate my '''POWAH!"''' becomes hilarious when he then proceeds to attempt a stupid manuever Obi-Wan just ''warned'' him not to try and then gets both his legs abruptly cleaved off for his trouble. Such power to make the galaxy tremble!
* Obi-Wan's impassioned yelling at Anakin: "YOU WERE THE CHOSEN ONE!"
* Anakin's FamousLastWords to Obi-Wan... After the intensity of their conflict... And the apparent sense of tragedy Lucas was supposedly trying to reach, of a great Jedi fallen... Ladies and gentlemen:
** It also doesn't help that the line ends up sounding like "I HATE CHEW!"
** "You were my brother, Anakin! I loved you!" (leaves Anakin to burn alive - it would seem that "loved" in past tense was an understatement.)
* At the end of ''Film/RevengeOfTheSith'', where Amidala is about to give birth to the twins. A droid doctor approaches Bail and Obi-Wan, saying that although she's healthy, ''she has lost the will to live and is inexplicably dying.'' "Medically, there's nothing wrong with her. For some reason, we're losing her." "She's dying?!" Parodied hilariously on the second ''WesternAnimation/RobotChicken Star Wars'' special with Dr. Ball M.D.
-->She's lost the will to live?! What is your degree in, poetry?!
** [[RealityIsUnrealistic On the other hand]], after the death of Creator/CarrieFisher (Princess Leia) on December 27, 2016 followed by her mother Creator/DebbieReynolds a day later, who was distressed by her daughter's death, [[HarsherInHindsight it's not so funny anymore]].
* Say it with us now... '''[[BigNo "NOOooOOOoooOOOooo!"]]'''[=/=]"[[BlindIdiotTranslation Do ]]'''[[TranslationTrainWreck not]]''' [[RecursiveTranslation WANT!]]" at the end of ''Revenge of the Sith''. See [[http://starwars.com/play/online-activities/soundboards/index.html#/?theme=14 the official soundboard]].
** The BigNo is no less narmy in context; in fact, it may be more so. Darth hears of Padmé's fate, says a few words of denial, rips off the restraints of his arms, takes some steps forward, almost as if he's about to start rampaging. But then he just belts out the No and calls it a day.
* ''Revenge of the Sith'''s opening crawl beginning with an exclamation of "War!" made more than a few viewers chuckle. Some of them replied with [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=01-2pNCZiNk "Good God, y'all!"]].
* Someone made a glorious [[http://www.the-editing-room.com/revengeofthesith.html abridged script]] of ''Revenge of the Sith'', highlighting some of its narmier moments.
** And some other kindly folks went on to make a [[http://www.geekson.com/features/episode3.htm recording]] of it!
* The scene in the film where Vader brutally murders all of the Seperatists is genuinely chilling, thanks in part to the fact that Vader doesnt utter a single word while doing it. The novelization, on the other hand, decided it was better for Vader to [[HurricaneOfPuns engage in wordplay with them]] before he killed them.
** "We were promised a reward,” she gasped. “A h-h-handsome reward“ "I am your reward,” the Sith Lord said. “You don’t find me handsome?”
** “You fought a war to destroy the Jedi.” Vader stood above the shivering Neimoidian, smiling down upon him, then fed him half a meter of plasma. “Congratulations on your success.”
** The head of the Techno Union turned at his approach, cringing, arms lifted to shield his faceplate from the flames in the dragon’s eyes. “Please, I’ll give you anything. Anything you want!” The blade flashed twice; Tambor’s arms fell to the floor, followed by his head. “Thank you.”
** But the absolute worst of them is the painfully bad pun Vader quips before he kills Nute Gunray;
-->'''Gunray''': “The war is over-Lord Sidious promised-he promised we would be left in peace...”
-->'''Vader''': “His transmission was garbled.” The blade came up. “He promised you would be left in pieces.”

[[folder: Anakin and Padmé]]
* The sheer fact that Anakin develops a crush on Padmé when he's nine and she's fourteen -- and keeps that crush burning for ''ten years.'' And the whole relationship kicks off with "Are you an angel?"
** Parodied beautifully in ''[[VideoGame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublic Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II]]'' with Atton Rand in an EasterEgg if you get the Light Side and Dark Side endings.
---->[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Dn0iggviGE "Are you an angel? Aw, I'm just kidding. That's the worst line I've ever used. Hope some poor kid doesn't start using it."]]
* The creepy "I hate sand" speech in Episode Two. As [=StickWars=] puts it:
-->"I hate sand. It's so... ''[[ShapedLikeItself Sandy]]''. But you, Padmé. You're not sandy. ''And that is why I love you''."
** Mercilessly lampooned throughout the rest of the 4 subsequent movies in their Podcast/RiffTrax audio tracks.
--->"Pardon me, grotesque triple amputee, but I'm looking for someone. Roughly your height, with legs of course, petulant attitude, wanted to rule the galaxy, probably won't find him on any beaches?"
** Cue Anakin and Padme tuning in on "You're the one that I want" from ''Theatre/{{Grease}}''. DontExplainTheJoke.
* ANY scene [[strike: in Episode Two]] where Anakin and Padmé are alone.
-->"Hold me, Anakin. Like you did at the Lake on Naboo".
** The scene where they're frolicking at the lake country on Naboo seems like a whole sequence of this, as Padmé runs through the fields, her arms extended to the sides, prompting numerous [[MemeticMutation jokes]] that she looked like she was going to start spinning around and singing "The hills are alive with ''Theatre/TheSoundOfMusic''/Gungans/Jar-Jar/[insert something Naboo-related here]!" Anakin--moments later--tumbling off one of the animals he was riding and playing dead, followed by Padmé's naively perplexed reaction (she seemed to honestly believe that Anakin had just died or gone into a coma, despite it being obvious he hadn't done either) also resulted in jokes along the lines of "Oops! Anakin's dead, the whole original trilogy has now been butterflied out of existence!"
* Padmé's speech to Anakin about how they shouldn't be lovers... While she's wearing a [[{{Stripperiffic}} leather, backless dress that shows lots of cleavage and makes her look like a dominatrix]]. [[MasterOfTheMixedMessage This is what is known as sending mixed signals]]. So - exactly how sheltered does a girl have to be for her not to know black leather and lace is seductive?
** This was [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5DFOE0td1Yw parodied]] '''''TO HELL AND BACK''''' on ''WesternAnimation/RobotChicken''.
** Her mixed signals began long before that number. He's not exactly subtle about his attraction to her. She denies liking him like that; then she takes him to a beautiful, secluded lake house retreat with no one else around for miles. What is wrong with this picture?
*** While wearing a semi-sheer, white, backless gown no less. This is lampshaded in the ''ComicBook/TagAndBink'' comics. The titular characters are (non-canon) Padawans who are helping to coach Anakin on how to get Padmé. When Anakin strikes out on his attempt to go in for a kiss, one of the boys wonders if maybe she really isn't into Anakin. The other responds by pointing out the dress she's wearing and snarks that she's "playing with a loaded Sabaac deck!"
* This romantic little gem:
-->"You're so beautiful!"\\
"That's only because I'm so in love."\\
"No. No, its because I'm so in love with ''you.''"\\
"So love has blinded you?"\\
"Well, that's not exactly what I meant."\\
"But it's probably true."
** [[http://www.georgettesworld.com/main/anakin-loves-padme.jpg Parodied here.]]
* The clearest moment when George Lucas could have used Creator/LawrenceKasdan's help with the script dialogue again, Padmé: "[[ThatMakesMeFeelAngry You're breaking my heart!]]" Natalie Portman is a good actor, but nothing she could do could make that climatic line be anything but pathetically and amateurishly clumsy.
* "Love cannot save you. Only my new powers can do that." It's the matter-of-fact way Anakin says it. He might as well have said, "Santa Claus didn't give you those presents. I bought them all."
* Try taking Darth Vader seriously after watching his wife call him "Anni". We dare you. (Yes, it's an endearment between friends and then lovers, but come on.)

[[folder: Palpatine]]
* Emperor Palpatine:
--> "I have waited a long time for this moment, myyyy lllittle greeeeen friennnd!"
** Yoda replies:
---> ''Not if anything to say about it, I have!''
*** Palpatine's line is especially silly when you realize than he [[FridgeLogic wasn't waiting a long time for this moment]]. If Commander Gree had executed Order 66 successfully Yoda would have been shot dead on Kashyyyk, rather than making it to Coruscant to confront Sidious.
*** [[TheChessmaster The Chessmaster of Chessmasters]] of the series expected [[BossInMookClothing Commander Gree]] to defeat Yoda?
*** Palpatine could have possibly implied him executing the Order 66. Since his next line after Yoda gets up is "At last the Jedi are no more". Then Yoda narms it out.
* This was followed by Yoda using the Force to blast Palpatine across the room so he landed upside-down on his office chair, revealing the pants beneath his cloak. The Emperor lost all his menace when we saw his ass in the air and his legs flailing. Perhaps that was the point? [[BrainBleach Or would it have been better that we get unequivocal evidence that the Emperor goes commando?]]
* Palpatine telling Anakin to "DEW IT" (execute Dooku). It sounds like his evil voice inhibitor malfunctioned. That was probably the point, anyway, but it's still narmy.
** When Obi-Wan slashes the battle droids, Palpatine inexplicably yells "Get-!" Whether he faked rooting for the Jedi, or anything else, is unknown.
*** He's actually saying something along the lines of "Yeah!". Which really just makes it look like he's rooting for a sports team.
* Palpatine is blasting Mace Windu with Sith lightning, and calls him a "traitor". Mace Windu replies with "he... Is the traitor... AAAAHH-aaahhh-ahh!", which is supposed to sound like he's using all his effort to repel the lightning, but it just sounds silly. It sounded more like he was constipated.
** "Don't... Listen to him Anakin AAAAAAAAAAUUUHHHHH"
** Hell, even Palpatine's angry denial of being called a traitor. "No... Nooo... NOOOO YOU ARE THE TRAITOR!" And has this child like expression reminiscent of a kid saying that he in fact is not a poopy-head.
** For Force's sake: the very ''fact'' that their only responses to each other's accusations is "HE'S the traitor!" "No, ''HE'S'' the traitor!" "NO, ''HE'S'' THE TRAITOR!!!"
** What do you say to the most dangerous Sith lord ever who is about to take over the galaxy and has just killed three highly skilled Jedi, then given you a hard time duelling and now you hold him at swordpoint? Why, "You. Have LOST!", of course. Like you're playing a video game for the umpteenth time and you finally beat him. Preceeded by "The oppression of the Sith will never return" as if you're quietly discussing it on Tumblr.
** The following, said in the most ridiculous throaty voice ''ever'': "No. Nooo. '''NOOOOOOOO''YOU''WILLDIE!'''"
** [[http://imgur.com/QEd0ifN The faces Palpatine makes]] during the whole scene.
* When [[BigBad Palpatine]] and Yoda are duelling in the [[NoOSHACompliance senate]], and Yoda stops Palpatine throwing a hoverthingy at him, then throws it back, Palpatine actually ''stops'' in order to flick his hand and growl in frustration.
** Also, Palpatine's evil laughter being interrupted, and him sounding like he's going "Huh?" with a shocked expression when Yoda repels the hoverseat back at him.
* The bit in Episode Three where Palpatine claims to ''be'' the Senate might be a little too Louis XIV.
* The entire dialogue Palpatine spouted during Mace Windu's "assassination" attempt is hilariously delivered at times.
-->[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i9aPta_LajU "No... No..."]]\\
** "Help me! I am ''weak''!" Delivered by a guy who just used a dark side power that proves he's the dark lord.
** His intonation of "I'm too weak" (Which sounds like "I'm ''tweak''") makes him sound mildly annoyed rather than afraid for his life. Honestly, he sounds like he's struggling to move furniture or something.
** When he is begging for Mace Windu not to kill him, it sounds like he is yawning.
** Not to mention the face Palpatine pulls after killing Mace Windu, which makes him look like he just [[{{Squick}} climaxed]]. [[spoiler: Given his habit of being DrunkOnTheDarkSide, he probably ''did''.]]
** Palpatine's face post-disfiguration is like this for the rest of the movie. Everytime they cut to his face during the Yoda face-off, he makes a leering crazy old man face and it is hilarious every time.
* While Palpatine is leering over Anakin while knighting him a Sith in Episode 3, [=McDiarmid=] grunts out his lines like he came in his pants mid-line.
** It's made worse by Ian [=McDiarmid=]'s eyes rolling to the back of his head.
** The amount of times he creepily says "Gooooooood" doesn't much help either.
** The rest of the scene makes it sound like Palpatine has an abnormally large loogie in his throat, especially the "Once more the Sith will rule the galaxy" line.
*** "And... We shall have... ''Pisssss''."
* The ease with which Palpatine manipulates Anakin is a verbal equivalent to TheWorfEffect, laughably so. When Palpatine reveals that he's the Sith Lord, the conversation goes like "Learn the Dark Side. Only through me will you save Padme!" - "I'll tell the Jedi." - "You don't trust them because they don't trust you." - "Uhhh...", and then Palps convinces Anakin with the words "You have great wisdom, Anakin". Anakin must be mentally challenged to fall for this.
* Palpatine's habit of drawing his lower jaw back and leaving his face with a slack-jawed toothless grimace. When he proclaims the creation of the "FIRST! GALLLLACTIC! EMPIYAAAAAH! FOR A SAFE! AND SECUAAAAAAAAAH! SOCIETY!", that together with his bulging eyes gives him the appearance of a gaping toad.

[[folder: Originals]]
!!A New Hope
* The movie had the first appearance (by film release) of the now-infamous Skywalker Whining Gene.
--> "Biggs is right, I'm NEVER gonna get out of here!"
** "I was going to go to the Tosche Station to pick up some power converterrrrs!" is Narm of the whiny variety.
---> "I thought you said this thing was fast!"
** "What's that flashing?!" *POINT*
** Luke's BigNo when Obi-Wan gets cut down. It sounds more annoyed than angry. How about some [[http://xanykaos.deviantart.com/art/Star-Wars-Continuity-14934514 fanart]] illustrating the Hereditary Narm theory?
* Ben Kenobi's appearance as a hooded figure swaying his arms to scare the Jawas.
** Nobody wants to mention the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J0EUjobdavw new version of the Krayt Call in the Blu-Ray edition?]] For unfamiliar readers, in the VHS/DVD version, this ''used'' to sound like a high pitched, bellowing roar - no problems there. For the Blu-Ray, this has now been changed to something that can only be described as sounding like someone screaming "WHOOO" into a microphone in an inexplicably camp manner.
* Vader's line "The ability to destroy a planet is insignificant next to the power of the Force" is important for introducing viewers to the then-new concept underlying much of the series, but the way Vader says it has a little bit of this. His casual tone as he addressed Admiral Motti with this important line makes it sound as if he was helpfully informing him about a new pie recipe he'd discovered, rather than expositing about the central metaphysical concept underlying the entire saga. What's worse, this is also supposed to be ''menacing'', him sternly warning Motti of his ridiculously arrogant attitude, yet the delivery doesn't add much menace at all. The bit directly after it, however...
** Not even what comes after avoids the narm field. While Vader is Force-choking Admiral Motti, all the other officials stare at them both amazed and scared. All except Tarkin, who looks similarly surprised but only mildly bothered, as if he was thinking "Oh, so finally ''that'''s the power of the Force" or even simply "Geez, Vader is doing it again."
*** [[FridgeBrilliance Tarkin has known Vader since the early days of the Galactic Empire, and from even before (though it's unknown whether Tarkin knows or doesn't know that Anakin Skywalker and Darth Vader are same person), so he's probably seen his fair share of officers being Force-choked.]]
* When Tarkin finds out Leia lied to them, Vader makes a bizarre gesture at him after saying his line. Apparently his original line was longer, or just took longer to say, and the gesture was part of it. This was missed by the editors, resulting in Vader gesturing bombastically ''while saying nothing.''
* It could have been much worse; [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YSm9DDxQv8E witness the horror]] of Darth Vader without Creator/JamesEarlJones.
** '''[[Film/{{Spaceballs}} That sounds eerily like Rick Moranis doing the same role...]]'''
* At the Death Star, the heroes run into a squadron of Stormtroopers, they shout "Blast them!", Han fires off a single shot and the Stormtroopers ''turn and run''. (That this was intended to be funny rather than being accidentally so is lampshaded by the fact that the chase reverses a few seconds later, once the Stormtroopers realize that Han and Chewie are ''not'' the only two members of a much larger force that happen to be visible, they're the only two, period.)
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-FPxz1bIRoY The Stormtrooper Head Bump]].
* The Red Leader's death. As he's being shot down, we see him screaming in a forced way. He's ''[[{{Corpsing}} smiling]]''!
* The fat pilot named Porkins. Just try watching the scene the same way after Podcast/RiffTrax.
** Or in the ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' spoof, where Porkins is so fat his X-Wing [[CrowningMomentOfFunny crashes from his sheer weight.]]
* Learning that the cantina band from ''A New Hope'' were supposedly called the "Jizz Wailers". AccidentalInnuendo? Perhaps. Narm? With a name like that, yes.
** And that entire style of music in the ''Star Wars'' [[TheVerse 'verse]] is [[CallARabbitASmeerp called]] ''[[HaveAGayOldTime Jizz]]''. Logically leading to musical sub-genres as hot jizz, cool jizz, smooth jizz, big band jizz... You get the idea. Even the Lucasfilm Story Group thought the name was too silly, that they renamed it to the more mundane but less suggestive "[[https://twitter.com/HolocronKeeper/status/892051653318238210 Bith jazz]]".
* The DVD commentary for the original trilogy shows how Creator/CarrieFisher saw the destruction of Alderaan: the planet simply vanishing while a guy on set yelled BOOM! Naturally, it was a challenge for her to restrain herself from laughing.
** It didn't help that Peter Cushing, playing despicable Governor Tarkin was, in real life, [[MeanCharacterNiceActor the sweetest tea-and-biscuits English actor Fisher had ever met]]. "He smelled like lavender," she'd say in later years.
*** Add to that, he wore bath slippers while playing Tarkin since his boots were too small.
* Ben Kenobi trying to explain to Luke that it could have only been the "[[ImperialStormtrooperMarksmanshipAcademy precise aim of Imperial Stormtroopers]]" that killed the Jawa caravan.

!!The Empire Strikes Back
* Admiral Ozzel [[LargeHam hamming up]] his death to Darth Vader's Force choke can come off looking more like a comedy act rather than a painful death.
* Almost all of Han and Leia's "romantic" dialogue in the beginning of film sounds like it was written by and for children. "Your Highnessness", anyone?
* When the first Rebel Transports try to escape the blockade. One officer says "Good, our first catch of the day."
* "Bounty Hunters? We don't need their scum!" - "Yes, sir." What kind of answer is that? The best anyone can suggest was the officer replying to Admiral Piett's complaint in a way that blows him off without seeming insubordinate, and clearly said officer gave up one syllable through.
* Han's face when he's frozen in carbonite is downright hilarious.
* TheReveal at the end of the film was so shocking ([[ItWasHisSled at the time]]), people were willing to forgive the BigNo from Luke.
** "That's not true! That's IMPOSSIBLE!"
** "Search your feelings, you KNOW it to be true!"
** [[http://www.i-mockery.com/minimocks/empirestrikesback/luke-face.gif His face]].
** And then there is of course [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PaXgK5HRBjk Luke screaming in the exact same way as the Emperor when he falls into the core in the Special Edition]]. That change was so ridiculous and {{Fridge Logic}}-y (why is he screaming in terror if he ''willingly'' jumped?) that even Lucas seemed to realize how great a mistake it was, and the scream was removed in future editions.

!!Return of the Jedi
* Mon Mothma's statement that "Many Bothans died to get us this information" is a bit odd since the Bothans are not mentioned anywhere else in the movies, resulting in the line being a non sequitur due to lack of context. Dara O'Briain did a whole sketch based on it in the live show "Crowd Tickler".
* The "Ooooh!" Vader makes when Luke scores a hit on his arm. It sounds like he stubbed his toe.
* Admiral Ackbar wants to remind you, "IT'S A TRAP!"
-->"Your tongues can't repel flavor of that magnitude!" --''WesternAnimation/RobotChicken Star Wars''
* Leia gets shot in the shoulder by a Stormtrooper. Incredibly absurd because she's in plain sight, does not notice him, doesn't move, and he takes the time to pause and aim at her, but he still only gets her in the shoulder. Obi-wan was right, blasters ''are'' clumsy and random!
* An Ewok dies; his companion shakes him to try to wake him, and then starts mourning. This was considered hilarious by a large number of fans. The Ewok is now nicknamed 'Corpsey'.
** Amusingly, Corpsey was given more sympathy than the entire planet of Alderaan (destroyed two films prior).
* Chewbacca's impression of Franchise/{{Tarzan}} during the Battle of Endor. That scene could compete with Vader's BigNo if it was more dramatic.
* The [[http://starwars.wikia.com/wiki/Force_kick Force Kick]].
* A Y-Wing pilot in Gray Squadron gets shot down, and before he crashes into the bridge of a Star Destroyer, he screams "I'm hiiiiit!" where "hit" sounds like "heeeeeet".
* The "glowing skeleton" effect when Vader is electrocuted by Palpatine. Seriously, it is the climax of the entire saga. Cartoonish special effects do not mix with such high drama and tragedy.
* Palpatine's line "an entire legion of my best troops awaits them" when five minutes of screentime ago, Han tapped one (who was alone, despite being part of this grand legion) on the shoulder while running in the other direction, causing the trooper to look the wrong way, then chase after him before getting caught by the group of rebels and surrendering.

[[folder: The Sequels]]
!!The Force Awakens
* Finn's first appearance in the trailer, with him popping up from out of frame, uncomfortably close to the camera and covered in sweat is so hard to take seriously that many thought it was a parody trailer until the scenes with the speeder and X-wings.
* The lightsaber with the crossguard can seem quite a bit silly to some, and for those its appearance in the teaser undercuts the serious tone of the scene. The two little blades don't look practical, and in fact seem downright dangerous to the user; this criticism is an update of complaints that developed during the days of the Original Trilogy regarding the feasibility of lightsabers in general. [[spoiler: However, in the actual film, the extra blades prove to be very useful during a BladeLock in a lightsaber duel.]]
* The narration from the teaser, an utterly generic statement said with as much portentousness as humanly possible. There's being vague to keep the story secret, and then there's saying "The dark side, and the light."
* Kylo Ren dramatically shoving his hand toward the camera in a shot that looks straight out of an especially gimmicky 3D movie from the '50s or '80s. May cross into NarmCharm when you consider that's just the kind of thing the franchise was created to celebrate in the first place.
* The new Stormtroopers' helmets look like they have a CatSmile. Good luck unseeing that. '''[[{{Emoticon}} :3]]'''
** Hell, the Stormtrooper armor in general is pretty hard to take seriously. While the overuse of CGI was criticised for the Prequels, this armor just looks like cheap plastic, straight from the (by now 40 years old) set of ''A New Hope''.
* Kylo Ren being a member of the "Knights of Ren". Cue the [[Film/MontyPythonAndTheHolyGrail "Knights Who Say Ren"]] and [[WesternAnimation/TheRenAndStimpyShow "Knights of Stimpy"]] jokes.
* Andy Serkis's character being named Supreme Leader... [[TomTheDarkLord Snoke]]. The fandom made many puns at the character's expense. Essentially, the response to the announcement was more-or-less the same as the response to the reveal that [[Literature/StarWarsTarkin Palpatine's first name was Sheev]].
* Similarly, there's a character on the good guy's side called Poe, like the ''Film/KungFuPanda''.
* Kylo Ren's voice in the theatrical trailer is rather silly-sounding to some. It sounds overly deep and mechanical (as in DullSurprise, not in Vader's EvilSoundsDeep[=/=]BadassBaritone way). It's especially bizarre since the character's ''action figure'', of all things, sounds far more natural and intimidating.
* Kylo Ren using telekinesis to keep a blaster bolt floating in place '''for minutes on end, while he's doing other things and not paying attention to it''' is a special kind of absurd you'd expect to see in a ''Star Wars'' parody as opposed to an official film. (And yes, this is played completely seriously.) Thankfully, he only uses the skill once.
* Similar to that, the blaster bolt and Poe being held in place while two stormtroopers run into frame and beat him up, all in one static shot resembles a [[Series/MontyPythonsFlyingCircus Monty Python]] skit instead of ''Star Wars''.
* Poe and Finn's great escape being stopped suddenly... Because they ''forgot to unplug the damn fuel line''. The moment is so absurd that it can easily kill all the tension of the escape to the spectator's eyes.
* Kylo Ren's [[NonstandardCharacterDesign unusual facial features]] can make certain dramatic scenes with his mask removed hard to take seriously. The genetic lottery was not kind to him unlike his parents and grandparents, and he looks nothing like them - stretching many viewers' suspension of disbelief.
* Some viewers have found it hard to take Snoke seriously after the scene where he is revealed to look like a giant version of [[Film/TheLordOfTheRings Gollum]], sitting on a throne. Others find him hard to take seriously [[TomTheDarkLord because they think his name sounds ridiculous]]. Still others find him hard to take seriously because he's CGI, unlike Ian [=McDiarmid's=] flesh-and-blood Palpatine.
** Snoke appears absolutely huge. This is a hologram. Cue ''Film/TheWizardOfOz'' jokes.
** Snoke's face being severely deformed is not a narmy thing per se, but the fact that his ears are separated from the horizontal plane by a good chunk makes him look like an Orc plushie.
** Snoke's impassioned delivery of the line: GENERAL!
* General Hux gets ''[[EvilIsHammy very]]'' [[EvilIsHammy expressive]] during his big speech, the intensity of which can be seen as... Debatable as he ramps up about the rise of the "first ordah." Creator/DomhnallGleeson's clearly trying to invoke [[PuttingOnTheReich Hitler]] during his speeches, but many would say that he often came across as ridiculous-looking too.
** The kind of goofy hat and picturing someone saying Tarkin did it first kind of doesn't help either.
** The Spanish dub made the speech even narmier, making Hux sound as if he was squealing. Even worse, the emphasis used by the voice actor evokes an awful lot the Spanish narrator from ''Manga/BoboboboBobobo'', which takes entirely away the seriousness of the scene if one happens to remember that.
** And right after the speech is done, all the stormtroopers and officers makes a [[PuttingOnTheReich naziesque]] salute, like the producers are assuring us that we can see the connection, as if Hux's speech wasn't obvious enough already.
* Kylo Ren's tendency to only refer to Han as "Han Solo" gets a little awkward during emotional moments, such as [[spoiler:his duel with Rey]].
* The Kanjiklub mobsters. Not only their hairdos are ''seriously'' ridiculous, their gang name sounds more like a highschool anime convention than a menacing galactic crime faction. Even worse, the fact that they basically go down without putting a fight, considering who [[Film/TheRaidRedemption the guys who play them are]], only makes their apparition harder to watch without laughters or ill feelings.
** Then there's The Guavian Death Gang. The name sounds like they are a bunch of tropical fruit lovers who kill people with Guava juice. Many also chuckle at Bala-Tik's Scottish accent and opening line, "'an Solo! Yew'r eh DED MAHN!" (the last three words [[https://youtu.be/qavTHC4TcYM?t=3s delivered with a disapproving]] head-shake). His accent and delivery is also the reason "Tell that to Kanjiklub" became a meme.
* The Rathtars. They're these horrifying beasts but the way they move about makes them so unbelievably GOOFY!
* The tense scene where Rey goes inside Maz Kanata's basement, followed by [[FunnyBackgroundEvent BB-8 rolling down the stairs.]]
* One word: "TRAITOR!" Just the idea of a Stormtrooper, originally one of the most incompetent Mooks in film history, attempting to do something badass is beyond hilarious, but the idea of a Stormtrooper MANAGING to do something badass (in this case, effectively beating down a lightsaber-wielding main character) is downright out of the line.
* Rey's utterly flabbergasted reaction at hearing about Luke Skywalker. "Luke Skywalker? But... I thought he was a ''myth''!" Considering that Luke went missing just some years earlier and that he was a pretty known public figure up to the point, her reaction is the equivalent of a real life person from current year being shocked at hearing that Pope Benedict XVI actually existed.
* After [[spoiler: Chewbacca]] shoots him in the stomach, Kylo Ren spends the rest of the movie [[IAintGotTimeToBleed running around bleeding]]. It's actually pretty threatening, as it really shows [[{{Determinator}} how determined he is to stop the heroes]]. But that feeling's somewhat lessened when he [[KickingMyOwnButt starts punching himself in the wounded area]] every few minutes.
** The scene has a meaning in-universe: Kylo is trying to accentuate his pain and anger, and therefore, [[ThePowerOfHate his darkside power]]. However, many casual viewers might not know this, so a few of them may even end up believing this action is [[WorstAid a poor representation of attempts to stop the bleeding]]. Rey and Finn's own visibly confused reactions to the wound punching only make it worse.
** Aside from the fact that [[{{Understatement}} punching your wounds isn't a good idea]] in ''any'' galaxy, Creator/AdamDriver decided to depict his pain with hilariously loud grunts and [[DullSurprise an emotionless face]]. For many who thought Kylo was an {{Emo}} stereotype, the focus on self-harm made it even harder to take him seriously.
* Leia's reaction when [[spoiler: Han dies]]. She looks less grief-stricken and more like someone who lost her poker bet. Also, Finn's face cannot be taken seriously.
* The last shot in the film: [[spoiler:Rey and Luke Skywalker meet, face-to-face, for the first time. Luke turns to look at her. Rey wordlessly offers him his old lightsaber. The two stare at each other motionlessly for a long while... And then ''keep'' staring... And ''don't stop staring at each other'' until the credits start rolling. One wonders how awkward the scene would be without the dramatic swelling music.]]
** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zIVpbS18oJQ Wonder no longer.]] The narm scales up exponentially when you realize that this is how the characters, in-universe are perceiving this scene.
** [[spoiler:Rey, as well as several other characters in the film, offers the lightsaber with the saber end first, rather than the safer handle end. One wonders if Luke's refusal to accept it might be to avoid the inevitable accident.]]
*** A number of viewers thought '''how''' it was shot (shaky camera from a circling helicopter) to be cheesy. Someone on a podcast said the final shot looked like it was from an 80s show like ''Series/MiamiVice''.
** This scene (and many others in ''The Force Awakens'') relies on nostalgia in order to have an emotional impact. The film got mixed to negative reactions in China particularly in part because ''Star Wars'' was not seen much in post-Cultural Revolution China at the time of its original release, and as such did not embed in the popular cultural consciousness, causing many Chinese viewers to leave the theater not happy to see a beloved character again, but instead wondering: "who's that old hobo?"

!!The Last Jedi
* The first line in the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zB4I68XVPzQ teaser trailer]] is someone (possibly Luke) saying, "Breathe... Just... Breathe..." which, honestly, sounds like an [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xdRHSuPxgXo Anna Nalick reference.]]
** It could also be him [[LeaningOnTheFourthWall telling eager fans to calm down]].
* When Snoke's look was revealed, fans were underwhelmed when he was shown to be wearing what appears to be an [[https://lumiere-a.akamaihd.net/v1/images/file_b590bae3.jpeg?width=1200®ion=0%2C0%2C2000%2C2000 open-necked golden jumpsuit or bathrobe]], which prompted many comparisons to Creator/DonaldTrump, Hugh Hefner, [[Film/ThorRagnarok The Grandmaster]] and [[Film/AustinPowersInGoldmember Goldmember]]. [[note]][[EpilepticTrees Maybe he just woke up and couldn't get dressed in time?]][[/note]]
** It actually got MORE ridiculous when the visual dictionary for the film revealed that he's wearing [[http://spoiledbluemilk.com/2017/12/31/the-footsteps-of-the-last-jedi/ golden slippers]] during the entiretly of the movie.
* The trailer's repeated use of the word "raw."
* The bandage Kylo Ren is wearing on his face. It looks silly enough on its own but it's compounded by the fact that it's ''black'', as if Kylo made sure it went with his outfit before he put it on.
* Kylo Ren throws his ship into a seemingly pointless spin during the opening space battle. [[Film/ThePhantomMenace Because it's a good trick.]]
** The internal shot of the ship as its spinning, with Kylo just sitting there emotionless as the shot rotates multiple times.
* Leia [[spoiler:flying through space with the Force after being blown out of a spaceship.]] It looks goofy, like something out of a superhero movie or from ''Film/MaryPoppins''.
* Vice-Admiral Holdo's hair color. Next to nonhuman Resistance members like Admiral Ackbar, she is basically a human with purple hair, which looks like someone out of a B-movie space opera or [[Literature/TheHungerGames the Capitol]]. Even worse, she's not very young, which helps her hair dye to make her look less like a military commander and more like an eccentric hippie aunt. Her jarring fashion sense is better explained in outside material, but her character displays none of her apparent quirky personality in the film proper.
** Also, the fact that Holdo is wearing a pink dress while commanding military troops. It doesn't either look aesthetically pleasing or practical in any way.
* Every time the film cuts back to the ''Raddus'' being pursued by several Star Destroyers could be seen as this. The idea is that the ''Raddus'' has just enough fuel to stay out of striking range of the First Order's weapons, but this is depicted by what seems to be a very slow, unimpressive chase, with the Star Destroyers occasionally firing a few stray shots which impact harmlessly on the ''Raddus''' shields. It seems a little too reminiscent of the low-speed white Bronco chase that led to OJ Simpson's arrest.
* Finn's duel with Phasma, in the cavernous Mega Star Destroyer hangar bay which is [[BattleAmongstTheFlames engulfed in flames and wreckage]]? Awesome. Their duel, backdropped by [[spoiler: BB-8, in a hijacked AT-ST walker, wantonly laying waste to hordes of Stormtroopers and generally wreaking havoc?]] ''[[MoodWhiplash Hilarious]]''.
** ''Super'' Star Destroyer somehow wasn't so bad, but ''[[UpToEleven Mega]]'' Star Destroyer just sounds kind of corny.
** Rose's chirpy quip [[note]][[MoodWhiplash "Need a lift?"]][[/note]] from the AT-ST was seen by many as out of place considering the hangar is literally exploding around them and Finn [[spoiler:just (presumably) killed one of his most loathed enemies.]]
* Lieutenant Connix, played by Carrie Fisher's daughter Billie Lourd, tends to deliver many of her lines with more volume than nuance. Somehow it manages to rob most of the drama from the scene of her transport narrowly escaping the destruction of the Resistance base via OrbitalBombardment in the film's intro.
* The ActionPrologue is so ''dense'' that it can be hard to get a lot of emotional impact out of most of it before it's all gone past. [[spoiler: With the possible exception of an injured Tico attempting to release the bombs before her ship is destroyed, which is quite dramatic.]]
* During the ActionPrologue and later while Leia is flying back to the ship, there are shots of Poe yelling (note: the audio has been removed) so it just sort of looks awkward for him to be yelling in slow motion with no sound.
* Kylo Ren's ShirtlessScene is somewhat undercut by the fact that he wears his pants above his navel.
* Rose coming to long enough to give Finn a moving little speech and a quick kiss, before dramatically fainting again the next moment. Finn's confused facial expression doesn't help.
** The line itself, "That's how we'll win - not by destroying what we hate, but by protecting what we love" is also this for many, especially since in this case destroying what you hate is done ''in order to'' protect what you love.
** Rose preventing Finn's sacrifice at all is stupid. Not only does it allow the First Order entry to the rebel base, there were multiple pilots who had died minutes before for the sole purpose of destroying the cannon. Sure, Finn was going against orders and was sure to die, but it would have been a great end for Finn's arc and give Poe a real reason not to be so reckless with his squadrons.
* While the fight scene between Rey and [[spoiler:Kylo against the Praetorian guard]] looks awesome, but some [[FreezeFrameBonus keen-eyed viewers]] can take notice to a few flaws:
** The [[FightSceneFailure Force kick]] makes a come back when [[spoiler:Rey kicks [[https://78.media.tumblr.com/7a65faa0038787cec09c943b0097f530/tumblr_p14qxrRSFu1v4f9e8o1_500.gif one guard, but the one besides him also gets knocked down]]]].
** In another moment [[spoiler:Kylo slams his sword to the ground and [[https://static.comicvine.com/uploads/original/14/148983/6193096-1334066752-15135.gif one Praetorian hits his blade instead of his exposed torso]]. Also in the same shot, one guard runs ''spinning'' for some reason after Rey deflects his blow]].
** It was a cool way to dispatch of one guard, but why on earth were there [[NoOSHACompliance enormous shredding blades right in the middle of Snoke's throne room]]? At least it sort of made sense to have a massive pit in the Emperor's throne room, it being on top of an enormous spire. Seeing the poor sap getting pulverized may cause viewers of a certain age to say, [[Film/{{Spaceballs}} "What have we got on this ship, a Cuisinart?"]]
* Even though it is deliberately done as a homage to the original films, the [[spoiler:usage of a puppet to portray Yoda for talking to Luke]] looks like a bad effect next to the admittedly impressive CGI used in the film.
* Kylo Ren [[spoiler:killing Snoke?]] Dramatic and unexpected. Snoke's utterly ridiculous expression as the [[spoiler:upper half of his corpse lies on the floor?]] Not so much. Snoke's [[spoiler:bottom half sliding off the chair minutes after his death?]] ''Hilarious.''
** Also, this happens [[spoiler: right after Snoke boasts about how he can ''never'' be betrayed. His look of shock at being betrayed is now extra hilarious.]]
** The reason [[spoiler: Snoke]] is caught off-guard? [[spoiler: Apparently his mind-reading ability is just plain bad, since he can only sense a general intent to kill from Kylo, without a clue who the intended victim is. It really makes you wonder how he's lasted this long.]]
* There's no getting around the fact that a major part of the film is Rose and Finn getting arrested, and then escaping from prison and missing out on the Master Codebreaker, because they had parked illegally.
** Made worse by Creator/JosephGordonLevitt's character later referring to them as the "shuttle parkers" in what seems to be an impression of Disney's Goofy, as if explicitly calling attention to the blatant ridiculousness of it.
* DJ's weird stutter detracts from certain moments where what he's saying is supposed to be taken seriously. The fact that the impediment itself is apparently being played ''for coolness'', however, is ridiculous and even potentially offensive.
** Speaking of which, the fact that Finn and Rose are shocked that the [[ChaoticNeutral self-serving thief]] [[NoNameGiven "DJ"]] (who they just busted out of prison, clearly works for money rather than any ideals and has emphasised that the only way to survive is to not pick a side)... GASP! [[HorribleJudgeOfCharacter BETRAYED THEM?!?!?]] is pretty hilarious.
* Poe's "We are the spark that will light the fire that will burn the First Order down" line. It's hard to take seriously due to how long and convoluted it is for a statement that's clearly meant to be hopeful and inspirational. It has no less than ''three verbs'' and no commas, making Creator/OscarIsaac to sound almost like he's running out of breath while saying it.
** Also a line like that makes no sense for Poe anyway, his entire arc has been about how the best course of action isn't always to just blow stuff up and burn it down.
** It happens earlier when Admiral Holdo says a variation of it.
* Kylo Ren's theme sounds a lot like Sideshow Bob's music in ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' (itself lovingly ripping off ''Film/CapeFear'').
* For some viewers, the Canto Bight sequence took them out of the movie, because it came off like a place you would see in the ''Literature/HarryPotter'' or ''ComicBook/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy'' universes rather than being something out of ''Star Wars''.
* The FoeRomanceSubtext between Rey and Kylo Ren could cut down the poignancy of their relationship. The idea is that they're becoming attached and understanding through organic means, but if they're attracted to each other, then hormones are part of the equation, making it less powerful.


[[folder: Anthology Films]]
!!Rogue One
* A lot of folks found the "I rebel" line in the trailer hard to take seriously due to how unintentionally funny it sounded when it was spoken aloud (thankfully, that turned out to be a MissingTrailerScene). Others felt this applies to the dialogue as a whole, claiming that it's cheesy and stilted and the acting wooden, with Forest Whittaker's delivery of Saw Guerrera's lines being criticized in particular.
* The siren that breaks out during the second half of the trailer is either pure NightmareFuel, a MostAnnoyingSound that kills the mood, [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking or]] [[Series/TheLateShowWithStephenColbert the introduction of a brand new character called]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SyVibLyN3y8 Whooping Willie]]. Additionally, a lot of people have pointed out/joked about how the siren sounds like [[WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants [=SpongeBob=]]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pu0H4UD-1sQ screaming]].
* Saw Gerrara's quote: "''Save the rebellion! Save the dream!''", is unintentionally hilarious due to the way he delivers it.
* In the trailers, the way Felicity Jones says "Erso" in ReceivedPronunciation sounds a lot like "arsehole" in a Cockney accent. This seems to have been changed in the movie's final audio mix.
* Krennic's line to Vader: "The POWAH that we are dealing with here is immeasurable!" complete with a GlovedFistOfDoom. Thankfully, this was another MissingTrailerScene.
* The Bor Gullet scene can cause unintended laughter in some audiences due to Creator/ForestWhitaker's hammy performance, and the fact that it comes [[BigLippedAlligatorMoment straight out of nowhere, and is never mentioned again.]]
* Darth Vader has a volcano lair castle tower. That bears repeating, for emphasis: Darth Vader lives in a jet black spire castle straddling a live volcano with a lava-fall flowing out of the front gate. For some, it comes across as... Cliche at best, hilarious at worst. Comparisons to everything from [[Film/TheLordOfTheRings Mount Doom]] to [[Film/YouOnlyLiveTwice Ernst Blofeld]] to [[Film/AustinPowers a certain laser-shark obsessed doctor]] are inevitable. It gets worse when you know it's based on an early idea for ''Empire Strikes Back'' which was discarded as too silly.
* Raddus identifying himself not only as Admiral Raddus, but Admiral Raddus of the Rebel Alliance when the Rebel Fleet arrives at Scarif. Really?
* "The rebellions are built on hope!" is such a cheesy and hopelessly naive line it's surprising Jyn wasn't laughed away.

* Lando's droid companion is named [[LeetLingo L3-37]]. And this seems to be ''after'' there were massive creative overhauls to keep the film from being too silly.
* According to marketing, there’s a character called Therm Scissorpunch. '''Scissorpunch.''' Like some Sith names, this also overlaps with NarmCharm on the grounds of it also being an AwesomeMcCoolName after a series of relatively mundane names in the Disney-era films.


[[folder: Legends (Pre-2014 reboot Expanded Universe)]]
There's visibly less Narm in the Franchise/StarWarsExpandedUniverse - as far as UnexpectedReactionsToThisIndex go, it much prefers [[HoYay/StarWarsExpandedUniverse Ho Yay]] - but it's there all right.

* One of the Narmiest aspects of the expanded universe is the ''merciless'' PlanetOfHats box-ticking exercise that is applied to any and all members of the various human and alien races expanded upon. Authors will take the one mention a race or species has in the movies and expand it to be true for ''all'' members of that race or species. Leia says Alderaan has no weapons? They're all pacifists. Many Bothans died to get the Death Star plans? All Bothans are spies. Han says to never tell him the odds? All Corellians hate statistical analysis - this one being particularly Narmy and based on ''one line'', said in context, very much in keeping with one character's personality, applied to a whole race of people (and not even consistent with the movies... "Great shot kid, that was ''one in a million''" anyone?)... Cringe-inducing.
* The infamous ''[[Literature/TheCallistaTrilogy Callista Trilogy]]'' books are full of this. As a sample, ''Planet of Twilight'' ([[BizarroEpisode already one of the oddest]] ''Star Wars'' books]]) gives us the character of Beldorion, the first Hutt Jedi, who quickly turned to the Dark Side and took over an entire planet on his own years ago. Yes, a Hutt, who are massive, overweight, slug like creatures with stubby arms that move as slow as molasses, wielding the Force and even engaging in ''lightsaber combat''. He unironically engages with Leia in a lightsaber duel, [[CurbStompBattle and it goes about as well as you'd expect it to]]. After the fact, Lucasfilm realized that the concept was so utterly ridiculous, even by the standards of ''Star Wars'', [[ExiledFromContinuity that they put a future embargo on any more Hutt Jedi from then on out and swept the whole incident under the rug.]]
** ''Darksaber'' has its own share of absurdity. The villain, Durga the Hutt, tries to build a Death Star knockoff on the cheap, stripping it right down to the cylinder like cannon shaped like a giant lightsaber (hence the title). Besides being the last gasp of one of the [[StrictlyFormula most tired story formulas]] in the ''Star Wars'' expanded universe, Durga's plan comically falls flat on its face because he decides to phone in the whole project, using alien slaves that are so easily distracted and such sloppy workers, that the Darksaber is basically held together by chewing gum and wire, to make no mention of hiring an Imperial officer who's [[FakeUltimateHero like the]] [[Franchise/{{DragonBall}} Mr. Satan]] of Imperial officers and invests hopelessly outdated, antiquited computer cores for his Darksaber pet project to operate on. About the only effort Durga even puts into the damn thing is stealing the original Death Star plans from the New Republic and hiring Bevel Lemelisk, the original Death Star's designer, and even Lemelisk just throws up his hands and gives up on the thing. Oh, and did we mention it was [[TooDumbToLive built inside of an Asteroid field?]] When Durga tries to escape with it by blasting his way through the field, the [[EpicFail superlaser completely shorts out and the Darksaber gets completely destroyed by an asteroid]]. Factor this in with the fact that the story resulted in Crix Madine, one of the most beloved ''Star Wars'' side characters, getting killed off in a botched attempt to sabotage the Darksaber (which blew up in its face anyway, rendering his death completely pointless), and you have one of the worst ''Star Wars'' stories of all time.
* In the Literature/NewJediOrder, [[http://starwars.wikia.com/wiki/Quote:Gilad_Pellaeon Supreme Commander Pellaeon]], talking to Leia Organa Solo about his garden, ends up using extremely heavy-handed garden metaphors to demonstrate what looks like the difference between Imperial and New Republic governing styles. Pellaeon is usually not this absurd.
--> "From a garden one learns to cull the weak and unfit and to encourage the strong and vigorous. An inferior bud soon feels the strength of my pinch!"
** There's a novel in that series where Pellaeon's Empire has a tremendous victory against the Vong; the Vong commander has a whole rant about retribution which Pellaeon interrupts by saying that the Vong's threats are as empty as their boasts are shallow. How he caps his ShutUpHannibal moment is a CrowningMomentOfAwesome to most, purest cheese to some.
--> "You may win the occasional battle against us, Vorrik, but the Empire will always strike back."
* In Creator/MichaelStackpole's Comicbook/XWingSeries novels, viewpoint characters have a tendency to go from thinking about something to suddenly talking about it out loud to themselves. Sometimes, this looks awkward.
** The Rogues go to the prison planet Kessel to fetch some criminals that they can turn loose on the Empire. This includes one of Corran's personal enemies, a [[http://starwars.wikia.com/wiki/Zekka_Thyne crime lord]] who Corran sent to Kessel in the first place, who had been taken down in part because his diamond-shaped HellishPupils gleamed in the dark. Corran tells him that if he blows his chance and turns against the New Republic, he will be tracked down. Again, not Narm. But again, Corran ruins the moment by how he says it.
---> "No matter where you go, I'll find those double diamonds of yours. Count on it."
** Said villain (Zekka Thyne) is an alien with dark blotches across his skin. This earned him the less than threatening nickname "Patches".
** Stackpole manages to give his BigBad a bit of Narm too. The Rebels call Madam Director Ysanne Isard 'Iceheart'. She expresses interest in turning one of the Rogues to her side ''via'' brainwashing, and her subordinate, who has a history with that Rogue, says that it's a bad idea because playing with Corran Horn is playing with fire. Her response?
---> "I am Iceheart, I do not burn."
*** Yet again, a reasonable sentiment is phrased poorly.
** [[TheDragon Kirtain Loor]], in general, though some of it may be intentional, since it's driven home again and again that he's not as good as he thinks he is. In practically every book that features him, he thinks about how people have said that he looks like a younger, taller Grand Moff Tarkin. In ''The Krytos Trap'', he also puts on a hooded cloak and imagines himself to look like "a pale imitation of Darth Vader" (which ''itself'' is problematic). He's hoping to inspire Vaderian terror in someone. He ''does'' scare the intended person, but it's clear that this happens because his agents just violently broke into the man's house and threatened him.
** Stackpole also gives us a few... Gems... With his romantic dialogue. "[[ThatMakesMeFeelAngry Losing you just ripped the emotional skeleton out of me]]"?
* Many, MANY of the more "introspective" parts of the ''Jedi Apprentice'' and ''Jedi Quest'' series (by Scholastic, naturally) are full of this -- specifically, the parts where Anakin or Obi-Wan {{wangst}} about what their Master thinks of them.
* The constant references to "lube" in ''Literature/ShadowsOfTheEmpire'' get ridiculous.
** Continued in the later works: Ben likes to say "lubed" a lot.
* The early Marvel Comics ''Star Wars'' stories have their fair share of narm, too. One irritating habit is the ''constant'' use of air quotes whenever anyone says "The Force". For example, the dialogue Obi Wan gives in his duel against Darth Vader. In the movie, awesome. In the Marvel comic adaptation, not so much;
-->'''Vader''': "Your powers are weak, old man! You should ''never'' have come back!"
-->'''Obi Wan''': You... Only... Know... ''Half'' "The Force"... Vader...! You perceive its full '''power'''... As little as a '''spoon'''... Perceives the taste of '''food'''!"
** There's also Han saying "Alright, Chewie! Starting blasting!"
* Open ''Literature/TheGloveOfDarthVader'' on any random page. There ''will'' be Narm there.
* In the video game adaptation of ''Film/ThePhantomMenace'', one of the shopkeepers on Tatooine is... [[LargeHam Very enthusiastic]] about his trade.
--> "Better stand back Mister, cause I'm about to slash... ALL MY PRICES!"
** A large amount of the random background characters in that game could also qualify, many sounded like the voice actors weren't taking their roles entirely seriously.