Oh man, I watched that with my sister and we both groaned audibly from how silly it was. The lightsabers, by the way, are licensed keychains - can't confirm who they're made by at this point, they were Master Replicas back in the day but the license changed and so did the manufacturing, I think maybe eFX or possibly Jazwares, not sure. I bought them all on clearance along with the laser pointer versions at Radio Shack back in '07.
Yeah I agree JT, that bit seemed a bit out of place for where the characters are today. A few seasons ago and I think it would have fit in just fine. Also, who didn't see that coming?
I have that one, and the "I Am a..." 5-book series collection. Currently sitting on a shelf, awaiting reading. "Tiiiiime... why you, punish
Uh, "pneumonia shuttle"? That is so sick!
This weekend, I read Everything I need to Know I Learned from a Star Wars Little Golden Book. While I realize this is probably way below your grade's
I still have no Transformers to buy unless they make leader class Galvatron skirt and cyclonus or they could do a masterpiece and I would buy 2 of each
I am really enjoying Rebels. The wedge episode was awesome and the latest one with the droids and the last battle of the Clone War was cool. I wonder
I got the new basic figure Cassian Andor in the snow coat and the rebels Princess Leia which I really like. I posed her with the Stormtrooper Kanan and
Funny you should say that. When I was watching the episode, my wife was kinda in and out of the room (she watches the show a little, but not dedicated)
Sad thing is I think the last Brockman-centric episode they did (a season finale if I'm not mistaken) was practically the same premise, Kent being fired
Not many Kent Brockman-centric episodes out there. It was okay. Homer's ambition was also so-so. I wonder if they tried to get more famous anchors to
I don't think I ever would've considered such a plot (some battle droids not shut down after Order 66 are still active), but I liked the mix of in-war-nobody-wins