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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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22 May 2011 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Released in late 2010 on DVD/Blu-ray. Originally 7ACX22 (Season 7 episode 22), released as the Season 9 finale. 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 »

Quotes

Peter Griffin as Han Solo: I know that laugh. It's the 7Up guy.
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Follows Family Guy: Blue Harvest (2007) See more »

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All the Small Things
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Written by Thomas DeLonge and Mark Hoppus
Performed by Seth MacFarlane
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It's a Trap... if you paid for it
4 February 2011 | by See all my reviews

I love a good Star Wars related comedy, but I would rather watch Robot Chicken or Fanboys before I see this again.

The extended episode starts with the usual power out in the Griffin household, but is greeted with disdain from the characters, with Peter G proclaiming, "lets just get through this". Cue extra long scrolling text that is pointless to read and claims Fox made them do it (I don't believe them). The scroll down the the star cruiser though is superb and the animation has been done remarkably well and very detailed and true to Return of the Jedi.

I appreciate a good cameo and 2 or 3 characters from Macfarlene's other shows, American Dad and The Cleveland Show, are used sparingly and to good effect. However, some character traits from the series is lost. Quagmire/C3PO is not sex crazed and Clevelane/R2D2 is made a huge black stereotype. Stewie/Darth Vader just doesn't seem to be the same evil baby anymore and Chris does not fit his Luke Skywalker role. Meg's one appearance, however, is legendary

When I first heard about these Star Wars adaptations I was thrilled as a fan of Star Wars and Family Guy. I wondered (secretly hoped) if this would include the recent prequels. After this stale attempt, I would much rather they left well alone.


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