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Episode VI: It's a Trap 

The Griffins reprise their intergalactic roles in an outrageous retelling of Return of the Jedi.

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Meg Griffin (voice)
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Carl as Yoda (voice) (as Jon Benjamin)
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Mort Goldman as Lando Calrissian (voice) (as Johnny Brennan)
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The Griffins reprise their intergalactic roles in an outrageous retelling of Return of the Jedi.

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Trivia

In the Sarlacc scene, Jabba the Hutt gives a command that is subtitled as 'Put him in', but pronounces the words 'Mila Kunis' which is the actress who plays Meg See more »

Goofs

When Peter as Han Solo is revealed in carbonite as Jabba's "favourite decoration", he's looking over his left shoulder while mooning. But when he was encased in carbonite during Family Guy: Something, Something, Something, Dark Side he was looking back over his right shoulder. See more »

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Peter Griffin as Han Solo: I know that laugh. It's the 7Up guy.
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References Planes, Trains & Automobiles (1987) See more »

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My final goodbye to the Family Guy series
22 December 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Family Guy was a regular staple part of my TV diet in the last decade, but like everything else fox has touched (Sliders, The Simpsons), the show has steadily declined in its entertainment value and reminds me more of Ren and Stimpy than a well balanced show featuring equal amounts humor and slapstick comedy.

This downfall has unfortunately also transposed onto the movie series. The first movie was great, the second was so-so and it falls off the cliff with this. In the beginning itself when the credits are rolling, the script pre-warns viewers that the movie stinks and that they were forced into making one more as its a cash cow for Fox. Funny at first, but as the movie begins, you realize that they were right-it does stink.

The movie is very predictable and has few original scenes. In fact a lot of the movie is quite repetitive and just wastes time with a silly nodding routines and the now trademark time kill- Conway Twitty. All in all, it was an average film. not representational of the glory days of the show and a shadow of the first movie.

I already stopped watching the show on TV, and watching the movie was full circle for me. With confirmation that the second trilogy is also to be made into a parody movie, I'm confident I will not be watching that set anytime soon. It was a fun ride family guy, but I want off now.


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