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Discussion in 'Current Events' started by Doctor Q, Feb 3, 2007.
I hope this doesn't have intergalactic repercussions.
I could swear they were showing that on Jimmy Kimmel Live. Odd, that.
It was in the L.A. Times, as well.
Given that an army of Imperial Stormtroopers was seen in the area recently, I'm worried that this is the sign of a potential battle among planets.
Calling all Jedi!
I read it there this morning -- one of those "only in LA" stories!
It must be hard for Wookies who live in Hollyweird. People staring at them all the time, taking photos, pulling on their fur, wanting to hear their distinctive voices, and so on. We should feel sorry for them.
In Hollywood, wookies are about as normal as it gets.
According to the LA Times story, witnesses to the wookie gone wild included Superman and Capt. Jack Sparrow.
And now for the official response:
As are we all, as are we all..
why chewie why?!?!
I know the star wars films are done, but please, don't tarnish your life's work by falling into a pool of despair!
I can just imagine him in the jail cell. That's just scary.
How many drunks woke up to see him standing there?
Last summer, I think, someone dressed as Mr. Incredible got arrested outside of the Chinese.
Speaking of "only in LA" stories... A couple of years ago I was walking to the Chinese to see "Batman Begins" w/a friend and walking toward me (keep in mind I was on a residential street) was a Clone Trooper from one of the new Star Wars films (very authentic looking homemade suit, btw). Any place else "weird", but in LA it barely turns a head.
Hmm, perhaps I had best board my space ship (you did finish building it for me Q?) and leave Earth before the Death Star targets our fair planet and blows it into oblivion.
LOL one of the funniest things of the day!
I wonder if he'll use the Chewbacca defence.
You mean that he didn't know any better because he was just a Wookie?
The Chewbacca Defense.