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This no longer...PROFITABLE!

Sergeant Sinker: We're just memes, sir. We're meant to be expendable.
Plo Koon: Not to me.

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  • The meme. Explanation 
    • Further mutations and successor memes, if any.

  • Taking pictures or screencaps of the most horrifically violent and dark scenes in the installment and captioning them with "kids' show" and similar comments have become a common joke among some people.
  • Due to the rise of Prequel Trilogy memes in 2017, many moments in the Prequel Trilogy that were prone to Memetic Mutation retroactively became Ascended Memes in The Clone Wars thanks to the many shoutouts in the installment. Some have joked that the writers did Prequel Trilogy memes first before they became popular.
    • "This is where the fun begins." Explanation 
    • "Spinning is not flying." "But it's a good trick." Explanation 
    • "Hello there." Explanation 
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    • Why is Anakin being called "Master"? Explanation 
    • "It's treason, then." Explanation (Spoilers!) 
  • "We're just [X], sir. We're meant to be expendable." "Not to me." Explanation 
  • "Well, I guess I'm in charge now" Explanation 
  • "This no longer...PROFITABLE!" Explanation 
    • "This effort is profitable!" Explanation 
  • "What if I could show you, the future?" Explanation 
  • "Careful not to choke on your stupidity." Explanation 
  • "Do not underestimate our memes." Explanation 
  • "Insolence? We're pirates! We don't even know what that means." Explanation 
  • Sixes. Explanation 
  • "I will finish what you started" memes sprung up like wildfire the moment it was revealed at SDCC 18 that The Clone Wars was getting another season, usually captioned with pictures of Dave Filoni looking at himself in a mirror.
  • Ever since the SDCC 18 trailer came out, there have been several comments saying that the revival proves the existence of God, with Dave Filoni being seen as the second coming of Jesus Christ.
  • A darker meme in response to the trailer is people proclaiming "Finally a reason to live!" or "Suicide rates worldwide fall to 0!". Explanation 
  • "That awkward moment, when (you realize) Jar Jar has a girlfriend...And you don't." explanation 

"Memes? We are pirates! We don't even know what that means!"


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