If I were in the Star Wars universe, I just know that I would hate these guys and everyone else in that race. They provide nothing beneficial. I can't tell them to learn English, because one of the heads actually speaks English. Yet, I have to endure the other head stupidly saying unintelligible words. The way they commentate the stupid fucking pod race. The way their necks look like a pair of high school tits. I can't stand them. Does this make me racist? They don't exist, yet I hate the entire race's very being.
>Yet, I have to endure the other head stupidly saying unintelligible words.
This sounds like something a stupid racist person would say, yes. What's so offensive about hearing foreign languages? I've never got that.
Mandalorians were originally a single race, but eventually became a culture composed of many different races.
I really hate this/these guy(s) because they're like 90s-era wrestling announcers, enthusiasticaly making dumb jokes and exchanging poorly written banter while observing an event that they assumingly get paid to do regularly. You'd think they'd be bored of this shit by now.
More importantly, why do they exist in this universe? They stand out like Dexter Jexxter's 1950s cafe. If Star Wars is in a galaxy far far away set a fucking long time ago, why do they have very specific American cultural influences? I can accept a lot of shit being similar to modern earth culture and technology because it's a movie but the archetypes these characters are supposed to be parodying are already outdated and won't make sense to kids today. Much less an audience galaxies away thousands of years ago that have never seen or heard wise cracking sports commentators.
It also irritates me that one of them is very obviously Tom Kenny. And while I love the guy to death, his voice doesn't belong in a Star Wars movie.
The laziest replies ever, and I'm the nigger.