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Robot Chicken: Star Wars

June 21, 2010 by · 5 Comments 

Product Description
Robot Chicken’s finest half hour is more savvy than Spaceballs, more inside than Family Guy: Blue Harvest, and funnier, even, than The Star Wars Holiday Special. This Very Special Episode of Comedy Central’s stop-motion animated series parodies and goofs on all things Star Wars, from a disgruntled Empire janitor to an ad for Admiral Ackbar Cereal (“Your tongues can’t repel flavor of that magnitude”). Twenty three minutes goes by like the jump to hyperspace with such priceless bits as the collect phone call to Emperor Palpatine from Darth Vadar to inform him of the Death Star’s destruction, awkward morning-after pillow talk between Luke and Leia (“That was so wrong”), and George Bus… More >>

Robot Chicken: Star Wars


5 Responses to “Robot Chicken: Star Wars”
  1. Look this was an awesome compilation of Star Wars clips but by it’s self on dvd? C’mon this should have clearly been part of season 3. I’ll rent it and rip it. I suggest you do the same. There goes another 15 bucks for a half an hour dvd.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  2. I never expected the video to be so absurd. Very short. Could not get any real connection to Star Wars. Might as well have paid for a blank video.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  3. was expecting this to be uncut and instead was disappointed by it as it is the same as the television broadcast,considering on sueing adult swim,seth green and company for false advertising of this product.

    so, if you want to hear everything being bleeped out or if your as mad as i am about this then don’t waste your time and money on this product as it is the same on your tv as it is here.
    Rating: 2 / 5

  4. A. Gammill says:

    I was nine years old when Star Wars came out in 1977. I got the action figures, saw the movies dozens of times, all that stuff. I’m definitely a STAR WARS KID.

    But the truth is, this Robot Chicken episode just isn’t all that funny. I got way more enjoyment out of Family Guy – Blue Harvest, because it was a straight-up parody, not this disjointed rapid-fire collection of random sketches. I’ve always found Robot Chicken to be hit-and-miss, but I expected more from this highly-touted episode.

    Now, if you find yourself among the folks who DID like it, you’ll be thrilled by all the extras. Personally, I don’t think this very average piece of work warrants so many bonus features.

    Rating: 2 / 5

  5. Warheart says:

    Robot Chicken: Star Wars is hilarious. Not as funny as Family Guy: Blue Harvest, but almost. I’ve seen it countless times on the internet and I’ve downloaded it on my Xbox 360. I would give this DVD 5 stars but the fact that they’re releasing it on DVD is stupid. You’re paying for a DVD that’s slightly less than 23 minutes long. It’s only a collection of segments you’re paying for. The segments can seen for FREE on the Adult Swim website and maybe even on YouTube. Why waste your money? Unless you’re a die-hard Robot Chicken fan and you only want to watch this in the comfort of your couch on your big-screen tv because you don’t own a wireless laptop, I understand. But paying for something that’s viewable free on the internet and on Cartoon Network seems silly. Maybe if they added more segments and a ton of special features, then yes I would buy it. But as it is, I wouldn’t bother wasting my money.
    Rating: 3 / 5

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