INT - JEDI COUNCIL
Yoda and a variety of weird looking Jedi are sitting in a circle.
Obie Wan walks in and sits down and they all stare at him.
What is it, councilmen?
Obie Wan, decided that you should go look for Anakin we have.
Okay. I'll bet that he's living with Padme on her home planet
That is what we were thinking too, except that for some
reason his presence, vague and cloudy in our minds it is.
Unusual for a Jedi this is. Usually sense them very well we
This is a most disturbing development.
We were also thinking that up to something the clones might
"Up to something," master Yoda?
Yes. Also we think that you should investigate this we do.
I'm going to go to my ship and do that right now.
INT - CLONE CAFETERIA
Boba Fett is sitting with a bunch of clones and eating an orange food
substance from a bowl. Everyone is eating except one clone, DIFFERENT
CLONE, who looks sullen.
You there, why do you look so sad?
Don't talk to him, he's different, we don't like him.
We are clones, how could it be that he is different.
He is shorter than us and he looks different, and he has given
himself a name.
(Angry) Boy! Is this true? What name have you given yourself?
I call myself HAN SOLO, sir. Because I am in solitude because
the other clones don't like me. I am ashamed of myself.
As well you should be, boy. We are supposed to all be clones,
but you look different, which makes you a threat to our morale.
You are hereby banished from the clone army, never to return.
That suits me fine, I will make my way as a rogue.
Han Solo gets up from the table, knocks over his chair, picks up a
duffel bag and walks away. He opens the bag and there is a puppy
inside. He takes it out and kisses it on the head.
It is okay, Chewbacca, we will be all right.
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