Some players like to faithfully maintain the distinction between in-character and out-of-character speech. This can be an admirable trait, but it inevitably leads to trouble when dealing with the more usual sort of gamers one encounters.
Qui-Gon: Here are the weapons. R2 can start installing them.
Obi-Wan: Any problems getting them?
Qui-Gon: None that I can think of.
Qui-Gon: You missed some cool stuff though.
[SFX]: < whroop beep boop-ting bedoop, beedle boop beep whirr pop ding >
Qui-Gon: I had a fight with a giant sand creature.
Obi-Wan: Giant sand... The sandstorm?
Qui-Gon: I drew my laser sword and beat it into submission.
Qui-Gon: It was awesome.
Obi-Wan: That's interesting. We just let it go past us.
Qui-Gon: Your XP loss!
Qui-Gon: Anyway, I have to go back into town. There's a new PC to bring along.
Obi-Wan: Why do I sense we've picked up another pathetic life form...?
Jar Jar: Hey!
Obi-Wan: That was in-character, sis.
Obi-Wan: And I wasn't talking about you.
Obi-Wan: In-character! In-character!
Obi-Wan: I don't even know about you yet!