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The Emmy Award-winning Robot Chicken returns with its third send-up of the Star Wars universe! In this all-new hour-long special, four very different characters -- Emperor Palpatine, Darth ... See full summary »
Rearranged deals, advertising jingles, Boba Fett has regret and more great gags abound in this second Robot Chicken with added Force.
It may be just as random and scattershot as the first instalment of Star Wars gaggery but this Robot Chicken extravaganza is also every bit as funny and nigh-on essential viewing if you laughed at the content of Episode I.
The voice cast is, once again, excellent with Seth Green, Ahmed Best, Rachael Leigh Cook, Breckin Meyer, Seth MacFarlane, Carrie Fisher (yes, Carrie Fisher), Donald Faison, Conan O'Brien and many more joining in with the fun.
But, as was the case last time, the real fun here is in watching out for every detail in the various sketches. For example, keep an eye on the sniggering characters in the background in the hilarious sketch showing Lando Calrissian's deal with Darth Vader getting worse and worse. And I'm almost embarrassed by how loudly I burst out laughing at the small skit featuring a potential song to help advertise Admiral Ackbar's line of food products. And let's not mention the whole "take your daughter to work day" sequence as I'll just start crying tears of laughter again.
In case you hadn't figured it out by now, I loved this one and loved the first one and am pretty sure that I already love Episode III, even though I've not even seen it yet. These little slices of comedy gold are THAT good.
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