It’s Surprisingly Harder to Find that Clip with Darth Vader’s Real Face on Youtube than You Would Think

Remember that scene in The Return of the Jedi where Luke Skywalker removes Old Man Skywalker’s (aka Darth Vader) mask, revealing a bloated, splotchy, scraggle face that was kind of more horrifying than any of the atrocities Darth Vader had committed throughout the whole entire trilogy?  And how all you wanted was for the camera to pan away, or for Luke to at least put that freakin’ mask back on that pussing cream puff face before you threw up?  And how you were kind of like, wait, they have the technology to make laser beam swords, and hover crafts, and robots that speak in British accents – but you’re telling me they can’t think of any procedure to improve the quality of Darth Vader’s damaged skin? Weak sauce.

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