After the battle on Endor, the Rebels are retold the story of Episode I and Episode II through the vantage point of C-3PO. A shadowy figure is also listening and steals a ship. ....and R2-D2. C-3PO and Admiral Ackbar set out to rescue R2.Written by
When Han Solo and the rescue party arrives in the Imperial Cruiser to save Leia they get out of the Falcon and knock out the 2 storm troopers on guard in order to steal their uniforms. You can briefly see them in the next scene naked and tighten and they clearly resemble Vincent and Jules from Pulp Fiction, just pay attention to their hair. See more »
Not the best Lego Star Wars TV show, but still a nice one.
Not as funny as the others Lego Star Wars TV movies, a more classical humour than what Lego movies/video-games used to contain, but it is still entertaining.
It's mostly a show dedicated to kids, but lot of private jokes are made for the adults Star Wars fans (explanation of why Chewie didn't get a medal at the end of episode IV, jokes about the quality of the prequel...).
And it's a good idea to watch this "Droid Tales" before discovering the new episode VII because it's basically a big summary of episodes I to VI (and even a part of "The Clone Wars" and "Star Wars Rebels"). But that's kinda a problem too, because it's TOO similar to what you saw in the movies. They didn't try to make new crazy stuff with the stories (just the minimum).
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