LUKE: And they have those flashlight thingies.
LORELAI: Yeah. That's the right name for those. Flashlight thingies.
LUKE: And Jedi powers of mind control, they can move things, so they're telekinetic, and they hover their jet saucers over molten lava, and they jump and fly around like they're in Cirque du Soleil.
LORELAI: Oh. Coffee, please.
LUKE: But what gives one Jedi knight the edge over the other, huh? The ultimate advantage? They stand on a mound of dirt and declare, "You can't win. I've got the high ground!"
LORELAI: Dude, if he said it, that's the way it is! It's a fictional world.
LUKE: He's four feet up a little slope! And that wipes out all the other guy's powers? The fly, jump around, move things with his brain, use the little flashlight thingy?
LORELAI: You have got to learn the right term for that flashlight thingy.
LUKE: This has been bugging me.
LORELAI: For months! We saw that movie months ago! You've got to let it go!
LUKE: I can't!
LORELAI: George Lucas owns San Francisco now! That's a city! You can't argue with a man who owns a city!
LUKE: All the other guy has to do is scurry on to land and run up the hill a bit, and then he has the high ground. I mean, they can fly jet pods, but they can't scurry?
LORELAI: Go on a website or something, okay? 'Cause there are thousands - no, millions of your kind out there debating all the minutiae of not just this Star Wars movie, but every Star Wars movie.
LUKE: You drag me to see these movies.
LORELAI: No, you wanted to see that movie.
LUKE: So I can't critique it because I wanted to see it?!
LORELAI: That's how it works!