Fans of Star Wars reacted to the iconic Obi-Wan Kenobi finale's iconic line

Fans of Star Wars reacted to the iconic Obi-Wan Kenobi finale's iconic line ...

Fans of Star Wars have lost their mind after seeing Obi-Wan again utter his iconic line on the Disney+ series.

Fans were on the verge of seeing the Obi-Wan Kenobi finale depict the first encounter between Luke Skywalker and Ben Kenobi.

Obi-Wan told Owen in the video that he would not keep badgering him about training Luke as a Jedi.

As a result, Owen decided to let Ben meet with the youngster, and at that point fans heard Ewan McGregor''s character say, "Hello there!"

It''s the first time fans have heard the actor say the famous expression since he appeared in the prequel movie trilogy.

The next time Kenobi will say "Hello there" to R2-D2, nine years later, after his first conversation with Luke, in Star Wars: A New Hope.

Fans rushed to social media to express their displeasure and delight over revisiting the iconic phrase.

HE DID IT, and HE SAID THE LINE BART#ObiWan #obiwankenobi "Hello there."

In episode 6, Obi Wan Kenobi said "Hi there," according to ObiWan

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When #ObiWan fans hear hello there


I love how people are tweeting hello there without the hashtag, but we all know what it means #ObiWan.

Wahrend episode 6, there was a bittersweet moment for Star Wars fans.

The Disney+ series starring Ewan McGregor in the titular role was originally conceived as a limited series, therefore it is unlikely that the plot will transact into a second installment.

According to Kenobi writer and executive producer Joby Harold, there are no intentions to resume a second season at this time.

"I''m constantly being asked about it," Harold said on the Deadline Podcast. "I''ve just been thinking about this for so long as a close-ended story that my mind is so focused on this as a sort of limited [series," and I haven''t thought beyond it.

"But he''s a great character, and they''re all fantastic characters," he added.

Along with McGregor, the series stars Game of Thrones'' Indira Varma in the role of Tala Durith, Vivien Lyra Blair as Princess Leia Organa, and Moses Ingram as Reva Sevander, the actress of The Queen''s Gambit.

Obi-Wan Kenobi is now streaming new episodes weekly on Disney+, which will air on Wednesdays. Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker and the whole Skywalker Saga are now available on DVD, Blu-ray, and 4K, as well as on Disney+.