Jesus’s respawn day.
..in which Robert E. Lee and Ulysses S. Grant secretly solve crimes while fighting the Civil War.
Lee: You see, suh, the ‘flying monster’ seen by your gallant soldiers was naught but Jenkins the haberdasher in an aerostat, adorned in vestments made to resemble the hide of a terrible beast.
Grant: It is as apparent as the day to me now, General. But what motive might the fellow have had?
Lee: You do recall, General, that Jenkins was kin to Mr. Orr, the mayor of Leesburg, who died intestate?
Grant: I do, sir.
Lee: Well, suh, it is obvious that Jenkins wished to present the illusion that the land was haunted, to give fright to those who would wish possess it.
Grant: Another mystery solved.
Lee: And now, I fear, we must to our battle lines withdraw.
Grant: Of course.
[They shake hands and exit gallantly]
I found this on my computer, something I’d obviously written a while back. It made me laugh, so I’m reposting it.
It still really bugs me that I don’t know how long Luke was on Dagobah.