- "Oh my! First the Trade Federation shows up with those terrible battle droids and now a stranger bursts into my home."
"Don't be afraid. I've come to help."
"That would be wonderful. The droids have closed the blast doors, separating this road from the rest of the city."
"Do you know where I can find the controls for the gate? "
"The main controls are across the street, inside a building next to the gate. But I'm sure the building is locked."
- ―The woman and Kenobi
An old woman lived in the city of Theed, the capital of the planet Naboo. The light-skinned woman had a home near the Theed Royal Palace. She lived in Theed during the time of the Invasion of Naboo in the year 32 BBY.
During the opening stages of the invasion, the Jedi Padawan Obi-Wan Kenobi accidentally burst into her home. He reassured her that he was there to help, and asked how to get past the blast door. The woman told him that the controls were across the street, and Kenobi was able to unlock the door and continue his mission.
Behind the scenesEdit
- "You should really lock your doors."
"You shold really mind your own business. Please, get out of my home!"
- ―An alternate dialogue choice.
The woman appears in the Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace video game, the 1999 video game adaptation of the Episode I movie. The player, taking the role of Kenobi, may meet this woman during the course of the game's fifth mission. The player can talk to the woman using several dialogue options and can choose to either tell her to lock her doors or ask for information. If the player chooses the latter option, the woman describes how to get past the locked security door. The game's strategy guide explains how to complete this side-quest. Mary Kay Bergman voices "old Naboo woman."
- Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace video game (First appearance)