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Author: deaniac1-1 from United States
3 August 2005

I just caught this on TV a few nights ago, and was absolutely amazed. Of course, the title made me want to watch, and the show made me want to stay. A lot of those "spinoff" shows just have the name, and then some crappy shorts on pretty lame subjects, and often don't have anything to do with the actual subject. But this was cool, because it really opens your mind to the realisation that the world of Star Wars is now becoming our own world. Now, it seems as if there are new wonders everyday. And to realize that children are doing this absolutely makes it even more amazing. George Lucas was right when he said that children are able to think outside the box, because there is no box for them. Out of the mouths of babes...

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Author: forsak3n from United States
16 May 2005

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I think it was great to see the way some of the robots NASA and Honda and many others have created.

The show was well scripted, except many breaks had C-3PO and R2-D2 talking randomly and making stupid not-so-funny remarks about things, trying to be cute.

Then a scene with Anthoney Daniels told C-3P0 that he wasn't a real robot, it was dumb.

But getting to see the new technological breakthroughs we have created was amazing.

One of the robots was a floating ball, like the one in Episode 4, where Luke trained using the Lightsabre.

The robot was used in Space, and would help astronauts during times where time was needed.

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