After an all day marathon of Star Wars movies, it's Tim's turn to take Colin out for a walk. While he isn't paying attention, the dog is stolen. Daisy thinks Tim got rid of Colin of purpose because she knows he doesn't like Colin. All suspicions are dropped after they receive an anonymous letter revealing where Colin is. So Tim, Daisy, Brian, Mike, Twist all develop a covert plan to retrieve Colin. Written by
Tim Von Cloedt
Did You Know?
In the scene where Tim, Daisy and Brian have just finished watching the Star Wars trilogy, a funny alien-language song can be heard. This is the Ewok song which plays in the final scene of the original version of Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi
(1983) (the 1997 Special Edition changed the music) being sung by Simon Pegg
, Nick Frost
and Edgar Wright
. They couldn't get permission to use the John Williams score for the Star Wars end credits although they were allowed to record their own version, but they didn't think they could convincingly recreate it so their composer came up with a tune and they sang the Ewok song over it, the lyrics to which were provided by Pegg who knew them off by heart from, being a big Star Wars fan as a child. See more
When the security guard opens the gate at the end, there is no real gate, all he's doing is pushing open a section of the fencing. (During filming of this scene Simon Pegg
and Edgar Wright
had an argument over how low-budget this looked.) See more
I mean, it's a fact, sure as day follows night, sure as eggs is eggs, sure as every odd-numbered Star Trek movie is shit.
References Star Trek: Insurrection
Performed by Fluke See more