Authors Note: This idea came to my mind after an embarrassing incident at my school involving at wet floor. Warning: the characters might be a bit OC in this one-shot. It's also a bit of a crack one-shot.
"Anakin, my allegiance is to the Republic, to democracy!"
"If you're not with me, then you're my enemy."
"Only a Sith deals in absolutes, I will do what I must," Obi-Wan ignited his lightsabre.
"You will try," Anakin ignited his lightsabre and leapt over Obi-Wan. Obi-Wan quickly blocked Anakin's lightsabre and began to walk backwards. Anakin pushed forwards and Obi-Wan felt himself pushed backwards as his foot suddenly slipped…
He fell onto the ground and slid a few feet further away. "What the…" he looked wildly around until his eyes found a bight yellow sign that was a few feet away. On it, it said "Caution, wet floors".
"How in the blazes are there wet floors on Mustafar," Obi-Wan looked over at Anakin.
Obi-Wan attempted to get back up, but he fell down again. Scowling, he ran his hand across the floor and was surprised to find that it had frozen. "And how did the floors freeze?"
Anakin shrugged again. "It must be the dark side."
It was then that Padmé woke up. Confused she looked over at Obi-Wan and Anakin. "Why are you sitting on the floor, Obi-Wan?"
Obi-Wan glowered. "I'm just relaxing on top of a patch of ice on a lava planet while a deranged Sith stands a few feet away. Apparently common scene and the laws of physics have gone on vacation."
"Hey, I'm not a deranged Sith," Anakin pouted.
Perhaps it was some odd movement in the force, or just another result of this strange story, but Palpatine then arrived.
"Good, very good, my apprentice," he crackled seeing Obi-Wan on the ground and Anakin standing nearby.
Anakin swallowed. "Well about that, we haven't really started our duel to the death yet. Obi-Wan slipped on the floor and then couldn't get up because the floor froze."
"How can you have a wet floor that freezes on Mustafar," Palpatine exclaimed.
"We are still trying to figure that out."
Palpatine rolled his eyes. "Go kill the Jedi then."
"Heck no, I'm not going over there, I'll probably slip and fall."
Palpatine rolled his eyes and ignited his crimson lightsabre as he walked over to Obi-Wan. Then, his foot suddenly slipped on the ice and he impaled himself with his lightsabre as he fell. That was probably one of the least climatic deaths that Palpatine has had.
"That was awkward," Anakin stared. "You know what; I think that I'll go back to the light side."
"If you're back on the light side, then can you help me get back up?"