A giant panda named Pancada works at a boxing club. He has dreams of one day becoming a professional dancer, and is in love with a waitress named Beth. His boss, a polar bear named Polaris,... See full summary »
It is Life Day, a holiday that is celebrated on Chewbacca's home planet Kashyyyk. Chewie and Han Solo are trying to get to the planet where Chewie's family is waiting for him, but the Empire is out searching for the rebels, giving everyone a hard time. While we are waiting we get a look at the everyday life of a Wookiee family. We meet all the familiar characters from Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) and we are introduced to Boba Fett during a short cartoon. We also pay a visit to the Cantina and meet all the monsters again. Written by
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I was stoned out of my mind when I saw this thing. It's truly stunning. Note
that Hollywood Squares staple Bruce Vilanch was one of the writers. (This
show bears odd similarities to his other opus, "The Brady Bunch Variety
By the time this creation, which I call "Episode 4.5" was in its zenith, so
was I; the pipe was empty. I felt as though Princess Leia's voice was
vibrating in my spine. At one point she looked right at me and I saw her
with my entire face, not just my eyes.
The best moments are with Bea Arthur. I rewound the exchange between her
and "Ludlow" and "Thorpe" about twenty times. "Short memory, eh, Thorpe?
SHORT MEMORY!" By the time the Wookies were walking through outer space in
red robes towards what appears to be the sun I felt as though I was with
I don't remember the cartoon, but I do recall Mark Hamill looking like he
was auditioning for the Gay Ice Capades. Also, you will find out several
things you may have wanted to know about "Star Wars":
How do Wookies entertain themselves?
Why is Grandpa Wookie named "Itchy"?
What is the warm, cuddly side of Han Solo?
What would a love scene between Bea Arthur and Harvey Korman REALLY look
What are the lyrics to the "Star Wars" theme? And what would they sound like
if Princess Leia sang them?
What would it be like for an aged, portly Art Carney to engage in a familiar
"Honeymooners" routine with an Imperial Guard as his Ralphie-boy?
But it stll leaves several questions:
Why does "Lumpy" so resemble the kid from "Eight is Enough"?
Why do the characters from "Star Wars" never change their clothes until "The
Empire Strikes Back"?
What was the story behind the "Short memory!" crack? Was there a romance
between Bea Arthur and "Thorpe"? If so, what are the long-term consequences
to the Cantina atmosphere?
Was Bea Arthur just filling in that day for the big ugly fellow who ran the
bar in "A New Hope"? Or does she own the place?
Why do Imperial Guards adore "Jefferson Starship", and why do old Wookies
have a fetish for African-American Humans?
I hope Lucas creates another one of these. I would love to see Jar-Jar Binks
exchange puns with Kelsey Grammar or Ray Romano.
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