Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles welcome the TPM vids Disney Be where We Talk about all things Disney. If you're new to the channel, pit that subscribe button and click the Bell icon to be notified when we upload a new video. Also, if you want to follow TPM on Twitter, you can act TPM videos at Disneyland in California and Disney's Hollywood studios in Florida, there's a live interactive show called Jedi Training Trials of the Temple. The show originally opened as Jedi Training Academy in October of 2006 at Disneyland in October of 2007 at Disney's Hollywood Studios. Every day and multiple times per day, little jet eyes you get equipped with many robes and light sabers, get a chance to train with a Jedi master and Battle of Villain, which in most cases is no one other than Darth Vader. In December of 2015 when the show became Trials of the Temple, the state design at Disney's Hollywood Studios Sauce um, changes. Now the stage at Disneyland in Tomorrowland is quite unique, since that first glance, you'd never even know the sage would eventually rise from the ground, revealing Darth Vader. The show is scripted for the most part. But the Jedi masters do have some room to improvise, especially when it comes to the paddle on late saber duels. And this is where some of the funniest moments are actually born. For so many kids, it's been their dream to take on Darth Vader, so excitement is high, which results in very spontaneous situations. Now for the Jedi Masters, this is where they're improv skills, and patients really get tested in the minds of these Jedi masters they probably consider. Ah, lot of these fails, but overall they're more like epic winds. So today we're gonna be counting down the top 10 Jedi Training Academy fails and funny moments, Part two. Number 10 Vader meets Vader. There's definitely a big Star Wars presence at Disney's Hollywood studios in Florida. And just like how many kids are dressed as princesses at Magic Kingdom, a lot of kids dress up as Star Wars characters at Disney's Hollywood studios. Some of those kids make it up on stage to defeat Darth Vader, But what if they want to join him and turn to the dark side? Now this Jedi master seems really surprised with this kid turning to the dark side. But by this point with how long the show's been running, you really think they'd expected to happen a lot more often. But they really should have a sit academy. Maybe it'll be something apart of Sewers, Galaxy's Edge. Who knows? Number nine. The other force push when you're in the moment, Sometimes it's hard to think about what you need to do, so you just react. And for this paddle, Juan Luckily, the force was eventually strong enough to fight off those troopers contaminated that Use the force push no pun intended. But that trooper was a real trouper for getting hit in the head. Number eight. The confusion technique. You'll see this little paddle on using the confusion technique on Darth Vader Bite. The real star is the Jedi Master. Now, what you're gonna see is a terrific example of improv at its finest, Right. You're confusing him. This'll cast member rolls with a spontaneous interaction perfectly. When things don't go along with what the usual script probably is, you can really tell he enjoys his role at Disneyland. I mean, he's probably one of the best number seven. Cut to the head now for the most part, the patter ones are pretty good at listening to their Jedi masters, as they should be. But what happens when they take their instructions a bit more literal? Well, this happens. Oh, no way, that Jedi master said. You don't do that. Didn't sound like he was talking to a dog and not a kid. Don't do that. Don't do that. I don't know. I mean, maybe that paddle on shouldn't have hit made her in the head, But he did say, Cut to the head. So technically, they weren't wrong. Yeah, but that Jedi master wasn't impressed. Number six. The confused patter ones in the sweltering Florida heat at Disney's Hollywood studios. A lot of battle lines of trouble activating their light sabers. Now, to be fair, it seems like most of them are just too mesmerized by the presence of Darth Vader, right in front of them. Ready? He's getting closer. I mean, even many Elsa here has trouble letting go. That's will be right with you. But honestly, when it comes to these situations, the Jedi masters know how to improvise and handle them very well. Actually, I think this Jedi master on this Jedi master are the same person will be right with you. And may the force be with you. Number five Vader, the pinata. This next one really tests the Jedi Masters improbability. He wants you to turn to the dark side. What do you say? No way. They really should have a script to turn to if anyone wants to join the dark side. But instead, the Jedi master just seems annoyed. What does he say? Well, it doesn't end here. Take a look. Right here. Right now. You listen to my pulled out the combination, all right? He's not a Miata way. Good. Get. I mean, you can tell this paddle one has experienced. Just look at that one handed lightsaber handling. Pretty impressive. Number four. Do your own thing. The force is strong with this one at Disneyland in California after he completely ignores the Jedi masters instructions. I mean, who actually listens to instructions, Especially when you have that one move that works for you? Why mess around with something that isn't broken here? Going? You're doing your own thing. I like that. Listen. Yes, Yes. Number three. A very strong force at Disneyland. The force is very strong yet again with another little Jedi who holds nothing back. I mean, nothing. He's there for one reason and one reason only to defeat Darth Vader, breathing so angry on just when things begin to go down. As he drops that lightsaber, he recovers quickly and uses. That's a true jet right there. Now. I don't know if you've noticed this yet so far, but the Disneyland Jedi masters, compared to Walt Disney World, seemed to roll with the punches a lot better. Let the kids have more fun and improv. Accordingly, based off of what's happening, they realize those patter ones are just really excited. Kids having a great time living out their dream doing Darth Vader Number two. Gone too far. This next one at Walt Disney World pretty much shows the Jedi master doing the exact opposite of what happened in the last clip from Disneyland Again. The force is very strong with this one, but apparently this Jedi master doesn't particularly enjoy strong forces. Perfect way the Jedi master pushes him out of the way. Seems very, very un Disney, doesn't it? He definitely didn't want to have to deal with it anymore. Number one. The hissy fit All this little paddle on wanted to do was put his hood on. But the Jedi master insists there's work to do and probably a time schedule. He needs 262 for the show. Well, he didn't like that answer now way. That's what you get for not letting those other kids join the dark side and the secrets out. The light sabers take double A batteries. You know the force is strong in those double A batteries. Really strong. So have you ever taken part in the Jedi Training academy? Or have you witnessed some pretty epic lightsaber duels at the park's If you have never comin down below and start a conversation? If you have any videos from the Disney Park, so you'd like to share with us to be used in future videos, follow the link in the description below face.