"Dude, your metaphor is falling apart."
—Rey to Walt Disney[src]

Rey is a minor character on Smosh based on the Star Wars character of the same name. She is played by Courtney Miller.


Rey is the main protagonist of the Star Wars sequel trilogy, consisting of Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015), The Last Jedi (2017), and The Rise of Skywalker (2019). She is played in the films by English actress Daisy Ridley.

Rey grew up on the planet Jakku with no memory of her parents, living in solitude as a scavenger until events drew her into the galaxy-wide First Order–Resistance war. Shortly after the destruction of the New Republic, Rey was captured by the First Order warlord Kylo Ren, Han Solo and Leia Organa's estranged son who turned to the dark side after destroying the new generation of Jedi. By then, Rey's strength in the Force became more pronounced as a side effect of the mysterious connection between her and Ren.

After the Battle of Starkiller Base, Rey and Chewbacca journeyed to the planet Ahch-To, where she located Luke Skywalker, now an embittered hermit, disillusioned by failure and intent on dying in exile as the last of the Jedi. Although Rey remained at Luke's side, hoping to change his mind about training her, she found herself increasingly drawn to Ren, with whom she could communicate through the Force. The bond between them allowed Rey to glimpse the light within him, leading to the two joining forces to overthrow Supreme Leader Snoke, only for Ren to usurp the throne as the new ruler of the First Order. Rey rejected his offer to rule together as leaders of a new galactic order and managed to save the Resistance from the armies of the First Order during the Battle of Crait.[1]

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In the segment based on Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, as Rey deactivates her lightsaber, Luke congratulates her on bringing balance to the Force once more. At that moment, Walt Disney appears in black robes to evilly apprise them of their status as Disney's cash cow and Disney will continue "milking" the Star Wars franchise. He hesitates to finish his analogy before deciding on "Force udders", but Rey interrupts him to tell him that his metaphor makes no sense. Disney childishly denies so and blasts an air horn in response, to Rey and Luke's discomfort.


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