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Conversation overheard between Plo Koon and a clone trooper under his command.
Trooper, stay a moment and let me speak with you.
I simply wanted to say that you performed a valuable service on our last mission.
My pleasure, sir. It's a clone's duty to serve the Republic.
I'll do whatever it takes to perform the missions I'm given. If necessary, I'll lay down my life in service of the higher goal.
Of course, trooper. But your life is a precious thing. I value your life more than any mission.
Yes, well... very kind of you, sir, but we are clones, bred to give our lives if necessary.
Please understand, trooper... I value your life... much more than any mission.
O... kay, sir. I really should be getting to the mess hall...
I value your life... so very much, trooper.
Really must be going...
Very, very much.
Sir, I'm flattered, but I really—
I... love you, trooper.
Listen, I really should be—
Stroke my nasal cavity, trooper.
Gah! (runs away)
Caress my the cilia of my upper pharynx with your naughty clone tongue, you beautiful little—wait, come back!
I knew I should've joined Aayla Secura's unit.
Commander Bly, I value your life, and the lives of all the clones, very, very, very much.
All right, boys, form an orderly queue, and no pushing!