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Posted in Crazy Wisdom on Tuesday, February 19, 2002 at 2:25 pm by flerly.

Okay… saw a preview for Episode II the other day (on the Royal Tenenbaums) and it has gotten me thinking about all the things that need to come to pass in Episode II and III to set the stage for the first trilogy (IV, V and VI) …. like, Anakin becoming Darth Vader. Amidala getting pregnant, then running off to have the twins in secret, depositing Luke with his “relations” on Tattooine and taking Leia to Alderan? Most of the jedi have to be killed off or go into hiding… I guess somewhere in there Anakin get’s the injuries that he has underneath the Darth Vader outfit… loses his hand, etc… Somewhere in there the Emperor takes power, and then somebody has to start the rebellion and steal the plans for the death star and put them into r2-d2.

All this we already sort of KNOW has to happen, along with all the years that have to pass and whatever other plot line tidbits that Lucas has planned… oh say, the entire clone wars… I dunno… just seems to me like that’s going to be a lot of stuff and a lot of years to cram into just two more movies.

Maybe, of course, after this May and Episode II, it’ll all seem to fall into place more.

Oh well… just looking forward



  1. signde has made a Comment

    i already have episode II & III on divX if you want it.

    HAHAHAHAH, j/k

    things i can’t wait to see: more boba fett, yoda kicking some ass (he’s not the master for nothing), and the anakin/obi-wan fight.

    February 19, 2002 @ 10:12 am

  2. flerly has made a Comment

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    February 20, 2002 @ 1:52 am

  3. hazelnut96 has made a Comment

    Jar-jar will do it all.

    Cut off Vader’s hand, build his robotic body, begin the rebellion, steal the plans, pass them off to Leia……

    Ignore me. I am very tired right now. 😛

    February 20, 2002 @ 9:02 am

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