Writing this we have a new-found appreciation for just how time-consuming and horribly difficult it is to write truly awkward romantic dialogue.
George Lucas is a genius.
Anakin: We need to find some cover. You can't dodge blaster fire forever.
GM: A droid shoots the beast and the chariot tips over.
Anakin: Good enough, I guess.
Padmé: You hide here, I'll shoot the robots!
Anakin: It's my job to protect you, Senator.
Padmé: Oh. Yeah.
Padmé: But I don't want you to come to any harm either. Hey, let's burrow under the sand.
Anakin: Sand? I don't like... that idea.
Padmé: No, no! I know I have silly ideas sometimes, but gladiatorial arenas usually have tunnels underneath. Use your laser sword.
Anakin: Oh! Sorry, I thought... um...
Padmé: Oh, no, I didn't mean to make you...
GM: ... I don't think we're going to finish this scene tonight.
GM: Let's wrap it up until next time.
Obi-Wan: Hey, Annie, you were giving Jim a lift tonight, right? Can you take Sally and me too?
Anakin, Padmé: Yes!