What Roles Would “Star Wars” Characters Have in Meetings?

What Roles Would “Star Wars” Characters Have in Meetings?

By Matt Swenson, December 14, 2015

R2-D2: Audiovisual
C-3PO: Translator

As any “Star Wars” fan knows, these two are a package deal. R2-D2 is the droid for the AV job: It stores all the data you need, can play hologram-led videos and is top-notch at repair work (remember R2 fixed the Millennium Falcon’s hyperdrive in “The Empire Strikes Back”). Meanwhile, C-3PO is fluent in 6 million forms of communication (heck, he even told stories Ewoks could understand!), so it’s safe to say the golden domer can serve a diverse crowd’s needs.

1214_CL_emperorEmperor Palpatine: Hotel CEO

You don’t have to be evil to run a major corporation, but often you do need to yield influence from a backroom. Being the Phantom Menace and all, the emperor sure seems to fit the bill.

 

1214_CL_chewieChewbacca: Security

Who’s going to mess with Chewie? Nobody. ’Nuff said.

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