In the opening office scene, one of the stormtroopers addresses another as TK-582. While stormtroopers indeed have a 'TK+number' designation, this particular one is an office reference: TK582 is the product code of Kyocera printer cartridges. See more »
While it turned out better that it has any right to, it should had never been done in the first place.
While it turned out better that it has any right to, it should had never been done in the first place. A highligth for Phineas and Ferb, but an infamous moment for Star Wars. It's almost as akward as cross-overing with Jesus from the Bible Shared Universe.
From reading here Dee Bradley Baker, who is the clones in The Clone Wars animated series voices someone, and Simon Pegg and other person did ended as minor roles on The Force Awakens, so at least there's a miniscule redeeming nerd factor.
However, had they at least got Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, or Anthony Daniels from the s parodied flm involved, then the special at least would have at least some nerd factor, and the official blessing from the cast, that would have prevented this from feeling like an insulting devaluation of the Star Wars franchise.
Had they dressed the characters as Star Wars characters, and reenacted the film ould have been less insulting. The Phineas and Ferb characters, are not iconic enough to deserve to meet Luke Skywalker. And them meeting despite not deserving it is what feels insulting.
Also why does Ferb becomes part of Maul's species when evil?
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