A Sticky Situation/Funny

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Combining Digimon with Star Wars and Pokémon is guaranteed to have plenty of action, but it also has several instances to make you chuckle. Here are a few amusing moments in A Sticky Situation.

In the first story, A Sticky Situation:

  • Takato's reaction to the presence of multiple Devas and megas arriving to help fight Ogudomon: "I don't think I have enough bread for all of you."
  • While a tad morbid, this exchange about Goro's death is rather amusing.

"Is he dead?" asked Ryo. Cyberdramon growled.
"Does a human die when you crush their skull to a pulp?" asked Mihiramon.
"Yes," said Henry.
"Then he is very, very dead."

  • Beelzemon's reaction to learning he was fourth on Ogudomon's hit list.

"I was fourth?" roared Beelzemon. "Now that's cut me deep. Shotgun first go at him, literally." He pulled out the two shotguns from his back and leg holsters.
"By all means, Beelzemon," said Gallantmon.


In the second story, Secret of the 327th:

  • The "Demonic Pineapple" poem.
  • The prank war between Anakin and Ahsoka with Terriermon assisting both sides.
  • Terriermon's Running Gag of getting annoyed when someone uses his word, "momentai."
  • Once Palpatine learns that not all of his clones are following Order 66, he is practically twitching with anger. After he hangs up, this happens.

Palpatine stood up with a soul-piercing scream of livid fury and a burst of the Force shot out all around him, slamming cabinets and wardrobes and his chair into the walls all around him. His hands were curled like claws before him as he screeched at the ceiling in rage. How could this have happened? How could some clones have turned against him? They were hardwired to obey the highest authority – they were supposed to be no better than droids in that regard.
So why had some of them sided with the Jedi?

    • And, as great as it is to witness what is essentially a Sith temper tantrum, it gets better. Realizing that if some clones are siding with the Jedi instead of him, then more might be working against him. Thus, he contacts the clone who should have killed Aayla (who Palpatine had already failed to have assassinated twice by now and who would now know his identity as Darth Sideous).

His desk had survived his Force onslaught because it was attached to the floor, so he quickly called the communicator of a certain clone Commander at the other side of the Galaxy, eyes wide with apprehension.
Eventually, the clone answered, and Palpatine said, "Commander Bly, please report on your progress? Is Aayla Secura dead yet?"
The clone stared at him for a few moments, then pulled off his helmet and tucked it under his arm, smiling wryly at the Emperor. Then he said, "Why don't you ask her yourself?" His arm made a motion that indicated he was about to throw something and suddenly he vanished, indicating he had thrown the communicator.
A moment later, his hologram was replaced by the one person that Palpatine least wanted to see in the whole universe.
"You!" he growled. "You're behind this, aren't you? I just know it."
Aayla smirked at him. "You might say that," she said vaguely. "You've been trying very hard to kill me recently, Palpatine, but you're going to have to try a little harder. See you later. Oh, and by the way, congratulations on your new status as Emperor. Let's see how long you can hold onto it."
Suddenly, she cut off the communication, and several service droids many corridors away started in shock and almost malfunctioned at the incredibly loud howl of rage that followed.

  • Scorch, a clone with a particular talent for explosions, observes ZeedGarurumon opening fire and causing far more destruction than what he'd just done. The clone stared at the scene, stunned by the scale in comparison to his usual explosions, before exclaiming, "OH MAN! WHY MUST THE DIGIMON BE SO AWESOME?!"
  • At an important meeting to honor everyone who was involved in ending the war, in front of an audience that is composed of untold numbers of individuals and even some Senate members, Terriermon decides to act like... well, his normal goofy self.
  • Beelzemon's arrival into the Star Wars universe involved appearing... in the middle of traffic.

In Quest of the God:

  • Uxie, the Being of Knowledge, stating that the ultimate answer is 42
  • Uxie quickly improves Rika's opinion of him by simply making fun of Kazu.
  • The Irony of Rika, the former Ice Queen for Digimon Tamers, being the one to call Felkan "moody."

In To Be a King:

  • Sparrowmon's wake-up call after landing in Middle Earth consists of being poked with a stick.