Haha. I love when people watch fantasy and complain about lack of realism. Makes me make this face O.o
Jeez Mom, be nice to people. You're embarrassing me!
IDK, It's arguable that robots, spaceships, and laser swords (to a lesser degree) could be real if we had the technology. Surviving after apparently being seriously/fatally wounded without some sort of believable explanation for why is generally harder to swallow.Then again, I suppose it's possible that they have some invisible healing nanobots and they decided to not explain it as so. But that seems a bit lazy writing wise... I understand occasional 'narrative convenience' is necessary, but I find it to be used way to often in some shows. And just because it is a cartoon, doesn't exclude it from such criticism.In any case, I see no fault in his logic (that is if he could later elaborate on his statement effectively), but I do think he's over reacting a tad. Though that is probably because I'm not a giant Star Wars fan.
Lol Sheldon Cooper.
I haven't seen deductive powers like that since Sherlock Holmes and Dick Tracey teamed up with John Walsh.
in response to comparing robots and laser swords to surviving long falls:a jedi did it
Oh (its the long post guy) I was under the impression someone fell after an attack and got back up. Derp.