Scott: Wait, aren't you even gonna watch them? They could get away!
Dr. Evil: No. I'm going to leave them alone and not actually witness them dying, I'm just gonna assume it all went to plan. Why?
Scott: I have a gun, in my room, you give me five seconds, I'll get it, I'll come back down here, BOOM, I'll blow their brains out! We can do it together, it'll be fun!
Dr. Evil: Scott... You just don't get it, do you. You don't.
Bob: (snickering) He starts monologuing.
Lucius: HE STARTS MONOLOGUING! He starts, like, this prepared speech about how "feeble" I am compared to him, how "inevitable" my defeat is, how "the world WILL SOON BE HIS!", yadda yadda yadda...
Karr: Your lust for the kill has blinded you, like many young hunters. If you took the time to study your prey, to understand its behavior, you might learn something.
Turanj: There is nothing to be learned!
David: I wish I could have shot this movie in the head 20 minutes ago.
There is no way you can get caught
You seem to tie such a good knot
Just leave me here so I can rot
Forget the fact we ever fought
I'm thankful I haven't be shot"
Well actually, blowing up their ship does. I guess they should've pumped in the gas first, and once the Jedi were dead, then blown the ship up? ...Just tell 'em to leave! That you don't wanna negotiate! And then, when their ship flies out of your space dock, SHOOT IT WITH LASERS.
Also, we need to consider the fact that killing two Jedis that were sent there as peaceful ambassadors would be a pretty heinous crime in the eyes of the Galactic Senate, the organization that runs everything (including space taxes). I mean, you could just claim they never got there. But now you've got the burned wreckage of their ship inside of your horribly-burned docking bay.