LEGO Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures (2016) s01e12 Episode Script

Duel of Destiny

PALPATINE: Vader, did you know there are only a few shopping days left until Empire Day? I did.
And can you guess what's at the top of my wish list? Hmm.
Socks? Ooh, nice idea.
My feet do get cold.
But, uh, no.
Guess again.
The total destruction of the Rebel Alliance? Definitely on the list, but not quite at the top.
- One more try.
- The Kyber Saber? Ding-ding-ding! We have a winner! Agent Naare, make it an Empire Day to remember [yelling] and bring me my Kyber Saber! [growls] Okay, Naare, that Freemaker kid may have disappeared to who knows where with the last crystal, but we're not through.
We're gonna have the last laugh.
"Ha-ha," we will say.
Maybe Maybe "ho-ho" too.
And you know what? For you, I'm gonna throw in a "hee-hee" in there.
You wanna know why? We'll laugh last because we Hutts have eyes and ears all around the galaxy.
Noses too.
More useful than you would imagine, but I digress.
Now those Freemakers have to turn up somewhere.
They have to.
And when they do, bam! I'll be the first to hear about it.
So? What do you say? Did I turn your frown upside down? Naare? I almost had the last Kyber Saber crystal, and then Rowan Freemaker tricked me! [grunting] Oof! You know what? I think we should all give Naare some quiet time.
- Yep.
Oh, yes.
- Most definitely.
[title music] 1x12 - "Duel of Destiny" KORDI: Hey.
May we have a moment of your time? We're looking for our brother, Rowan.
- Have you seen him? - Sorry.
Mesa no see him.
KORDI: Excuse me.
Hate to bother you.
But have you seen our brother? Take a long look.
Absorb the details.
[grunts] I said a long look.
Chief Attiburra, you remember Rowan.
Have you seen him? [grunting] How 'bout you, Tantarra? [grunts] [groans] Hey, how 'bout you guys? - Seen him? - No.
I can't feel my toes.
[groans] [pronouncing clearly] We're looking for our brother.
He's got an old battle droid with him, so we thought you might have seen them.
[speaking Jawaese] Okay.
No idea what that means.
Are you saying our brother is over there? [Jawaese] I swear he's trying to tell us something.
Yeah, he's trying to tell us we're nerf herders.
Pickpockets! Hey! Come here! Come here! Hey! Come back! - Aaah! - Utini! They're making their getaway! And there's nothing we can do to stop them.
This is hopeless.
It'd be easier to find a single flea on a bantha's back.
I don't know what else we can do.
[sighs] We could trust in Rowan.
At some point, he'll come to his senses and head home.
But he won't find us if we're out here trying to find him.
Without a holo-emitter, we can't show anybody what he looks like anyway, so let's grab the StarScavenger and head back to the Wheel.
[alien language] Yep! Rowan, where are you? Focus.
[music] Go! [grunting, shouting] Ha! [grunting] Look out.
- Thanks.
- Any time.
- Can we go home now? - No.
Show me Master Fisto again.
[sighs] Kit Fisto, coming right up.
Master Fisto used a defensive form.
Listen, this may come as a surprise, but reliving every time a Jedi cut me in half isn't my idea of a good time.
Uh-uh No, wait! Can't we discuss this Aaah! Sorry, Roger.
I wanna go home too.
I'd give anything to see Zander and Kordi again.
But I'm not ready to face Naare, and your memories - My painful memories? - Yeah.
They're the closest thing I've got to actual Jedi training.
If it takes years of practice to beat Naare, then that's what it takes.
Hah! It's creepy.
She hasn't moved all day.
Yeah, she's catatont catatone catatonk- - She hasn't moved.
- Yeah.
She's sleeping.
Or she's dead.
- Poke her with a stick.
- I'm meditating.
Using the Force to sense Rowan.
Which isn't easy with all the babbling noise in here! Sorry.
- Yeppau! Hey, hey! Got news for us? - Yep.
- Somebody saw the kid! - Nope.
- Nobody saw the kid.
- This you call news? But they did spot his brother and sister.
They were looking for him too.
- But they gave up and went home.
- Oh, that's nice.
His brother and sister, who also have no idea where he is, went home.
You know what this tells us? A big heaping load of nothing! No-the-thing! Am I gettin' through to you people?! Your blank stares tell me no.
Okay, you know what? I'll be specific and loud [yells] We need the boy! The boy! Nothing but the boy! No.
If the Freemakers have split up, there's an opportunity here.
Set course for the Wheel.
[music] Home.
Some familiar sights and sounds will feel good.
Freemakers! There you are.
And some, not so good.
- Hello, Furlac.
- I haven't seen you in ages.
I feared for your safety.
- You did? - Of course he did, Zander.
If we'd been vaporized, disintegrated and/or annihilated, who would pay the rent? - You read my mind! - And I didn't even use the Force.
Let's see.
You're behind on three rent payments.
And somebody blew a hole in your door.
I'll take that out of your security deposit.
We'll pay it all, Furlac.
Just give us a few days to raise the money.
- With late fees? - With late fees.
Of course.
Splendid! Didn't there used to be three of you? Uh, wasn't there a shortish one? Yeah, there was.
There still is.
We just don't know where Rowan is at the moment.
[door opens] It's a question that's been on everyone's mind.
[music] I-I see you have business to discuss, so, uh, toodles! You're out of luck, Naare.
Rowan has the last crystal, and we have no idea where he is.
- And even if we did, we'd never tell you.
- Never! Ah, but there are ways of bringing Rowan here.
You see, through the Force, he will feel your pain.
Pain? Ha! You wanna talk pain? I can take pain.
[panting] Do your worst! Oh, I will.
But I'm not talking physical pain.
- You're not? - No, that's Vader's game.
So unimaginative.
Zander, have I ever told you how much I admire the StarScavenger? Ah! I can tell you've put a lot of work into her.
Well, not to brag, but I've made quite a few modifications and [squeals] [screaming] Hmm.
All your hard work.
Oh, this must be very upsetting for you.
[whimpering] [laughing] She's so good at her job.
Fight it, Zander.
It's just a ship.
- We can rebuild it.
- [high voice] Rebuild? - Tough! - Now, Kordi.
You have a different pressure point.
Yours is in your money box.
No! The money box is poor! It has no credits.
Ah, lucky you.
It does.
[whimpers] Look, Kordi.
You have credits - to burn.
- Yah-ho-ho-ho! Sorry.
Wasn't expecting that.
I just That's hard to watch.
I'm gonna go get a salty snack, okay? Anybody want anything? Enough games.
Let's hit you where it really hurts.
No! Not the Blazemaker! Not my baby! Yes.
Your baby.
[screaming] ROWAN: Roger, I need to see Geonosis again.
No, no, no, no, no.
Too scary.
How 'bout the one where I accidentally fall down some stairs? Aaah! [whimpering] [laughs] Classic me.
- Roger.
- Ah, fine.
But if you ever get sliced to bits by three powerful Jedi, I hope I get to watch your memory of it over and over again.
Obi-Wan Kenobi, Anakin Skywalker and Mace Windu.
He still gives me chills up my spine.
Or he would if I, you know, had a spine.
Oh! That's where he cut me to pieces.
- Six, if I remember correctly.
- Thanks, Roger.
[sighs] Focus.
[grunting] Skywalker.
- You're getting better.
- Windu.
Kordi? Zand Ow! I withdraw my last comment.
I I felt Kordi and Zander through the Force.
- You can do that? - I know.
It's news to me too.
I think they're in pain.
Naare is hurting them! They've gone home to the Wheel.
- We have to go help.
- Rowan, we can't.
First you wanted to go, now you want to stay? - It's a trap! - Of course it's a trap.
But what other choice do we have? Stay here and guard the last Kyber Saber crystal? Remember? "To save the galaxy?" What's the point of saving the galaxy if the people you love aren't in it? You coming? [sighs] I'd rather face those Jedi again.
[music] Give it up, Naare.
Rowan's not coming.
Your plan failed.
And you ruined my precious ships for nothing.
Maybe the kid never got your message.
Maybe he's not as strong in the Force as you think.
Or perhaps I need to send a stronger message.
You know what? We'll do this Vader's way.
[screaming] Aaah! [munching] Lookin' for me? BOTH: Rowan! - You've been training.
- I have.
Oh, you brat! You almost flattened me! Shield me! Shield your beloved employer! This is for the Blazemaker! You moof milkers! Tell me where the crystal is, Rowan, and we can end this now, no fuss.
- I like a fuss.
- So be it.
ROWAN: Now! [beeps] Did you really think I wouldn't see that com [gasps] [shouting] - We're outgunned here.
- Maybe.
But this is our home.
Nobody knows it like us.
Excellent point.
I'm going to try something.
Cover me.
- Do we get paid for disintegrations? - Don't know.
Don't care.
This guy's worth frying for free.
Whoa! Aw, no fair! Ah, your skills have grown by leaps and bounds.
I'm impressed.
Yeah, learning my master was an evil Sith really motivated me.
[roars] Nowhere to run, girl.
You're trapped.
You look hot.
Let me turn on a fan.
Oh! [blubbering] [shouting, grunts] Give me the crystal.
- I want that crystal! - You don't really think I'd be dumb enough to bring it with me, do you? - Where is the crystal? - Hidden on a planet.
I can't tell you what planet because I don't even know its name.
[angry scream] [grunting] Oh! [both grunting] Fellas, I'm just gonna throw this idea out there, take it or leave it, but you could just let go of the blasters, right? And walk into this battle zone without a weapon? Pfft! - Use your head, boss! - ZANDER: Hey, Graballa! Whoa-ho-ho-ho! [all screaming] This is, uh, familiar.
[muffled] Yeah.
Been here before.
Ugh! Which one of you has keys in your pockets? Defensive form.
Waiting for me to make a mistake.
[roars] [chuckling] Using my attack against me.
That's a favorite of Darth Vader.
Oh, yeah? Well, I picked it up from Anakin Skywalker.
How? Skywalker is gone.
- There are no Jedi.
- Hah! Who taught you these techniques? ROGER: I taught him.
- You? - Showed him all the Jedi.
Including Mace Windu! See, I'm a veteran of the Clone Wars.
I saw lots of Jedi fight.
And everything I see, I remember.
Everything? Including the location of the last crystal? - Uh-oh.
- Uh-oh.
Run, Roger! Whoa! Oof! Whoa! Wait.
I misspoke.
I-I remember nothing! I Aaah! I should've kept my big mouth shut.
[evil laughing] I've won! [laughing] Yay, team us.
We won.
Good celebration.
Now business.
- When do I get my share of the crystals? - Your share? Yeah, we're going halfsies, remember? And not to complain, but I need to get paid.
See, I told my broker I'd have the deposit for my resort soon, so give me my half, I'll sell 'em to the Emperor, and boom everybody's happy.
[laughing] My dear Graballa.
I may have forgotten to mention one tiny, inconsequential thing - The Emperor's not going to pay you.
- Uh Come again? - And neither am I.
- But we had a deal.
Mmm, yes, but I'm a Sith.
We lie.
Sith or no, you do not break a deal with a Hutt! Dengar, earn your pay! Get that droid head.
I'm going to enjoy this.
Do you know what I enjoy? Breaking things.
Let's not lose our tempers here.
Things were said, regrettable things I think we all feel bad about it.
I said some stuff, you broke deals with me.
Whatever it was, it's regrettable.
I think we both just wanna reset and [blubbering] Aaah! Consider our deal broken.
And so, Roger, it's time for us to retrieve the last crystal.
I refuse to show you where it is.
Ha! That'll show you, you wicked [grunts] Never mind.
ROWAN: N-Naare! - I'm not done with you.
- Yes, but I'm quite done with you.
[crashing] [music] [both] Rowan! Rowan learned a few tricks, did quite well.
I'll even admit he impressed me.
But in the end [chuckles] he was no Jedi.
[music] [grunts] Come on! Push! [grunting] Oh! [gasps] Oh! Rowan! - Rowan, you're alive! - Are Are you okay? No, Kordi.
I failed.
I'm not a Jedi.
But maybe that's the point.
KORDI: Rowan? I'm not a Jedi.
[music] And I'm not a Sith.
I'm a Freemaker.
And I know how we're gonna beat Naare.