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"Family Guy" Episode VI: It's a Trap (TV Episode 2011) Poster

(TV Series)

(2011)

Trivia

In the Sarlacc scene, Jabba the Hutt gives a command that is subtitled as 'Put him in', but pronounces the words 'Mila Kunis'
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In the beginning of the end of the yellow text explaining how, if Seth McFarlane didn't do this one, It's A Trap (2011), then Fox wouldn't let him leave to direct his movie. Which was his feature-length directorial debut film, Ted (2012) a major box office hit for that year becoming the highest-grossing original R-rated comedy of all time.
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Carrie Fisher, reprising her role as Angela/Mon Mothma, played Princess Leia in Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi (1983).
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While temporarily blind, Peter/Han Solo says that he can recognize "The 7-Up Guy" (actually Jabba the Hutt) by his voice. He's thinking of Geoffrey Holder, dancer, choreographer, actor, and large man with a deep voice, who made a series of TV commercials for 7-Up.
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Promoted on the DVD Something, Something, Something Dark Side as Family Guy: We Have a Bad Feeling About This, based on a line that appears in every Star Wars film. The new title is a line spoken by Admiral Ackbar in Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi (1983).
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Wilhelm Scream, when Chris/Skywalker knocks the guy in the Saarlac pit.
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When Leia pulls the chain around Jabba the Hutt's neck, his dialogue is translated as "Somebody help me! I'm being choked to death!" but he's actually quoting the lyrics to 'Lady Marmalade'.
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Yoda's death scene, in which he continually says "Luke" to tell him more and more sage advice, is a direct send-up of a scene from "Sharky's Machine (1981)."
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Han Solo/Peter states that Angela/Mon Mothma is the "only other chick in the galaxy", a reference to the fact that Mothma is the female character with the most dialogue in the Stars Wars trilogy after Princess Leia. Other than Leia, the total amount of female speaking time in the entire trilogy is only 63 seconds, of which Mothma is 36 seconds with her monologue in Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi (1983).
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Released in late 2010 on DVD/Blu-ray. Originally 7ACX22 (Season 7 episode 22), released as the Season 9 finale.
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This final installment of Family Guy's Star Wars parody trilogy incorporates characters from Seth MacFarlane's other animated series, The Cleveland Show (2009) and American Dad! (2005).
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In the DVD commentary, it is stated that Roger's appearance was the first time that an "American Dad!" (2005) character in the Star Wars trilogy spoof. Roger actually appears for the first time in the trilogy in "Family Guy" (1999) {Blue Harvest (#6.1)} during the cantina scene.
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This may be unknown to the casual viewer; the characters that say they like Seth MacFarlane (Brian, Peter and Stewie) are the only characters in the scene who are voiced by MacFarlane himself.
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Patrick Stewart reprised his role as Captain Jean-Luc Picard in Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987).
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