In each PT movie, Yoda says something to punctuate the end of a scene only to then receive an ironic, metaphorical commentary/response from another character's next spoken line (despite the transitional gap between their "conversation"). TPM: Yoda: "Your apprentice, Skywalker will be." ...FUNERAL... Skywalker: "What will happen to me now?" In other words, Anakin becoming Obi-Wan's apprentice in and of itself has nothing to do with Anakin's future. "This is what will happen to you." "What?" AOTC: Yoda: "Very good." ...BATTLE... Gunray: "This is not looking good at all." Yoda sure sounds a lot like the Emperor, complete with cane-assisted walking down the platform. "This is good." "Wrong." ROTS: Yoda: "Failed, I have." ...LAVA DUEL... Kenobi: "I have failed you, Anakin." Yoda failed in general and Obi-Wan failed a specific person, this failing itself the result of Yoda's failure 13 years prior in allowing for the situation to occur. "I failed." "Me too." What does everyone think about the authoritative words of Yoda trailing off into the galaxy only to be tangentially picked up and spun around by another character as if they were referring to what he had just said?