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Episode VI: It's a Trap 

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

Directors:

Peter Shin, James Purdum

Writers:

Seth MacFarlane (created by), Seth MacFarlane (developed by) | 6 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Seth MacFarlane ... Peter Griffin as Han Solo / Stewie Griffin as Darth Vader / Brian Griffin as Chewbacca / Glenn Quagmire as C-3PO / Carter Pewterschmidt as Emperor Palpatine / Roger as Moff Jerjerrod / Tim the Bear as Wickett / Live Studio Ostrich / Pee-wee Herman (voice)
Alex Borstein ... Lois Griffin as Princess Leia / Sy Snootles (voice)
Seth Green ... Chris Griffin as Luke Skywalker (voice)
Mila Kunis ... Meg Griffin (voice)
Mike Henry ... Cleveland Brown as R2-D2 / John Herbert as Obi-Wan Kenobi / Rallo Tubbs as Nien Nunb / Consuela as Gatekeeper Droid (voice)
Dee Bradley Baker ... Klaus Heissler as Admiral Ackbar (voice)
H. Jon Benjamin ... Carl as Yoda (voice) (as Jon Benjamin)
John G. Brennan ... Mort Goldman as Lando Calrissian (voice) (as Johnny Brennan)
Max Burkholder ... Will Robinson (voice)
Steve Callaghan Steve Callaghan ... Imperial Controller (voice)
Chris Cox ... (voice)
Michael Dorn ... Lieutenant Worf (voice)
Chris Edgerly ... (voice)
Carrie Fisher ... Angela as Mon Mothma (voice)
Colin Ford ... Flick / Jeremy (voice)
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The Griffins reprise their intergalactic roles in an outrageous retelling of Return of the Jedi.

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Genres:

Animation | Comedy

Certificate:

TV-14 | See all certifications »

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

22 May 2011 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Episode VI: The Great Muppet Caper See more »

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Dolby | Dolby Digital

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1.78 : 1
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Trivia

When Peter as Han Solo is released from carbonite and is explaining his symptoms to Brian as Chewie. The "second thing" Peter describes is Herpes. Which can result in skin lesions and a dry cough. 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

Mort Goldman as Lando Calrissian: Holy shit! That blast came from the Death Star! That thing's operational.
Rallo Tubbs as Nien Nunb: What's that mean?
Mort Goldman as Lando Calrissian: It's fully functional!
Rallo Tubbs as Nien Nunb: I still don't get it. I'm 5.
Mort Goldman as Lando Calrissian: Bang, bang, boom, boom!
Rallo Tubbs as Nien Nunb: Bang, bang, boom, boom? Damn, that thing's operational!
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Connections

References Family Guy: Blue Harvest (2007) See more »

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Some Like It Hot
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Written by Andy Taylor, John Taylor and Robert Palmer
Performed by Power Station
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Well.............
1 January 2011 | by MarcusJ13See all my reviews

The Family Guy series did a decent job of parodying Star Wars in general before introducing this trilogy of parodies and this shows that the parodies for Star Wars have gotten somewhat stale. Even the opening crawl said that the episode is not as funny as the predecessors so you know when they're just flat out saying it at the start there are glaring problems and whilst I know its supposed to be humorous and tongue in cheek but it shows that even they are running out of steam. Dare I say the same can be said for the series in general? Well that's a different debate altogether but the episode isn't horrible. It plays out like a regular episode as opposed to a special and loses some of the charm of the predecessors where you get the feeling they really enjoyed making them and that isn't there here.

The jokes are quite good mostly with a few good laughs here and there. The ewoks finishing off the stormtroopers at the end of the battle was very funny and whilst I would of thought I'd see it as a mere shock value gag it really amused me. There's the usual jokes about the flaws in the plot etc but like I say its growing stale and merely leaves me hoping that they don't touch the prequels because there will be no jokes outside of flaws which will make for a very boring episodes indeed. On the other hand the true weakest joke of the episode came in the spoof of the Sarlaac scene on Tatooine where they make fun the nodding of acknowledgement of the plan. This was amusing at first but it went on far too long like so many jokes on this show. While that joke was weak the only terrible joke was the 'Darth' Twitty gag which had me cringing. It wasn't funny once and it wasn't funny in any of the subsequent times and superimposing a Darth Vader helmet on does not automatically make it funny. In spite of these complaints it was more or less amusing with the Emperor played well by Carter Pewterschmidt and I'm glad they got him to play the role. There were some good in jokes about Seth MacFarlane and Seth Green especially during the lightsabre battle which during this scene anyway didn't feel like they were dragging it too long. To summarise this was an decent episode that I did enjoy there were just more flaws in this one than the others. I now hope they lay off the Star Wars parodies because even they know they are stale now surely


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