The 10 funniest quotes from Star Wars: The Clone Wars
with Tales of the JediDave Filoni and all who work tirelessly behind the scenes have furthered the legacy of the clone wars, giving fans slightly more mature animated stories that continue from that iconic show. Both shows have their immense quality, but one thing The Clone Wars it has an abundance due to being longer is humor, of which there is a lot.
Throughout its eight seasons, The Clone Wars has many funny moments. Thanks to the writing and vocal performances, the show has some of the funniest War of the galaxies quotes always through characters like Anakin, Obi-Wan and Hondo Ohnaka.
“So the only thing you can tell me is that I’ll find Jabba… in Jabba’s palace?”
Maul, 5.14 ‘Eminence’
The writing of The Clone Wars it leads to some brilliant and intentionally comical lines of dialogue. Still, there are also a couple of unintentionally funny quotes, like this one from Maul, aided by the excellent Sam Witwer, who delivers one of star wars’ better villain performances as the former Sith.
When he interrogates the Hutt, Maul is annoyed by his stupidity and stating the obvious. As a result, fans get an inadvertently funny moment that doesn’t take away from the quality or tension of the episode. Maul is not the most humorous character War of the galaxiesbut thanks to Sam Witwer and the writing behind it, it can make the audience laugh.
“That sounds like terrorism, Anakin.”
Obi-Wan Kenobi, 5.02 “A War on Two Fronts”
The dynamic between Anakin and Obi-Wan leads to many star wars’ funniest moments and lines, including this one, which is an accidental but fair summary of their overall relationship.
While pleading with the Jedi Council to help the Onderon rebels, Anakin comes across this line from Obi-Wan, which is so funny to hear out of context and then re-watch it. The Clone Wars. It’s especially funny because so much of their relationship is spent with Obi-Wan convincing Anakin not to engage in recklessness.
“Well, at least you’re a master… at getting caught.”
Obi-Wan Kenobi, 1.11 “Dooku Captured”
Anakin is often on the receiving end of verbal blows from those he loves The Clone Warsnot least of all Obi-Wan, with whom he has some of the best banter War of the galaxies. A good example is when Hondo captures them along with Dooku.
This whole exchange is funny on its own, but given the context and meme culture behind Anakin not earning the title of Jedi Master, it has an extra meta-layer that makes it even funnier as it goes along. of time
“Unload me, brigand.”
Ahsoka Tano, 4.12 “Slaves of the Republic”
Ahsoka Tano doesn’t hide when it comes to this War of the galaxies humor, and similar to Obi-Wan in the series, many of his funniest moments come when he’s bantering with Anakin. Possibly his funniest, though, is pure bad acting on his part.
While trying to convince Miraj Scintel that Ahsoka is Anakin’s slave, the feisty Ahsoka hits on this quote that can’t help but inspire a laugh, thanks in no small part to the talents of Ashley Eckstein. It’s such a bad attempt at deception by Ahsoka, and the look shared between her and Anakin after the fact only makes it funnier.
“Okay. No, Anakin, she’s not my….”
Obi-Wan Kenobi, 2.13 “Journey of Temptation”
Obi-Wan’s relationship with Satine is one of the most fascinating additions to the Jedi character. The Clone Wars and one of the best, leading to great stories, emotional moments, and funny jokes like this one from Anakin.
This nervous, stuttering response from Obi-Wan is a response to Anakin referring to the Duchess as his girlfriend, and it’s both funny and adorable. Satine and Obi-Wan’s story is one of duty and tragedy, but it’s so beautiful to watch it unfold, constantly putting a smile on fans’ faces while also providing a few laughs like this one.
“Study the bottom of my boot.”
Anakin Skywalker, 2.07 “Legacy of Terror”
As for his outings in the prequel trilogy, The Clone Wars Anakin’s version is much funnier, with more witty comments and funny statements delivered with such charisma. This is very clear at times like this.
After stomping on the parasite creature that Obi-Wan wanted to study, a funny exchange in itself, Anakin garnishes her with this joke. Besides a quick and funny line, it’s made funnier by the truth that Obi-Wan seemed upset about not being able to study the worm.
“Anakin”. “What?” “Control your insolence, the count is concentrating.”
Obi-Wan Kenobi, 1.12 ‘The Gungan General’
It’s a rare treat to see Obi-Wan and Anakin’s wits come together to insult an enemy, but their scarcity is worth it for moments like when they’re stuck with Count Dooku and throw their signature punch.
The odd pairing of Anakin/Obi-Wan with Count Dooku makes this whole exchange fun, especially with their unique and juxtaposed personalities. The highlight of their time together from a humor standpoint is this moment, which brings out the cheekiness of the three powerful Force users. Obi-Wan is at the forefront of the comedy in this exchange, which isn’t surprising since he’s one of the funniest characters on this show and the prequel trilogy.
“It won’t matter.”
B1 Battle Droid, 2.02 “Cargo Of Doom”
The battle droids enter The Clone Wars They might be the least competent villains War of the galaxies, but they are also some of the funniest, providing the audience with constant laughs at the show. This is definitely his funniest moment.
Facing a Jedi, one battle droid is optimistic about numbers, while another has already hysterically admitted defeat. There are many moments of the droids commenting on their inability to handle Jedi, and their stupidity shows. Here, though, it’s Matthew Wood’s delivery and the simple truth of the joke that helps set this moment above so many others.
“This effort is no longer profitable!”
Hondo Ohnaka, 2.17 “Bounty Hunters”
Funniest character pound for pound The Clone Warsand maybe even the War of the galaxies franchise in general, it’s Hondo Ohnaka, who has a highlight reel of funny quotes. This is one of his most emblematic.
It follows his defeat at the hands of Jedi and bounty hunters at an innocent farm he tried to steal from and hammers home to fans that despite how terrible Hondo can be, it’s impossible to hate him; it’s too much fun One of his best character traits is how he spins situations to fit his narrative, and this is not only one of the first examples of this crap but one of the most entertaining.
“Insolence? We’re pirates. We don’t even know what that means!”
Hondo Ohnaka, 5.01 ‘Revival’
The fearlessness of Hondo and his pirates is to be commended. His literal laughter in the faces of not only Jedi but animals like Maul is almost admirable, as is the side parting when combined with lines like this.
Like Hondo himself, the date is a riot. The fact that neither he nor his crew likely know what insolence means, along with his laugh, his delivery, and who he’s talking to help make this line one of The Clone Wars more fun The juxtaposition of Maul’s focused, rage-filled demeanor with Hondo’s blaster-toting, devil-may-care pirate self is a brilliant image that the writers thankfully paired with a hilarious quote.
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