Discussion in 'Star Wars: Episode VII and Beyond (Archive)' started by A Chorus of Disapproval, Jan 28, 2013.
I can make sandwiches and macaroni and cheese for all of the actors.
Tweet it and watch a second thread on this absurd topic suddenly materialize at the top of page one.
Hey you he's a fine upstanding Scottish perv! I really need to stop impersenatlng him though. If someone agrees to go to a restraint I like I say "Everything that has transpired has done so according .my design". be it out loud or internally.
I can't believe I'm asking this, but is this thread serious??
If you can somehow manage to take half the threads on page 1 seriously, then, yes, we are quite serious... if you cannot believe half the threads out there have actually been started, then, no...
How can we not take such a topic seriously? The cast's health and nutrition matter almost as much as Mark Hamill forgetting to Tweet for 2 days, Hayden Christensen's beard, Carrie Fisher writing an ambiguous letter about something, and Chloe Moretz being an actress who is alive while they are planning a new Star Wars film which will need actresses who are alive.
Meatball sandwiches for everyone!!!!
Green eggs and ham.
Yup, my imagination is broken.
So, Carrie has made an effort to drop her weight down and Harrison is very, very old and feeble... the question of nutritious, health-conscious catering is becoming more and more vital as we look past Episode VII to future films where the cast will be even older and dieter.
Should read didnt Carrie lose a bunch of weight when some dude shoved a vacuum in her body cavity and sucked out the years of pounding back oreos and yager.
Chef Gordan Ramsey should cater. Hell's kitchen would be great for sithlords.
Lots of cheese, Ensure, and film US scenes in Seattle so Carrie can have her greens.
the diet of Harrison
When I was younger, I thought it was the "Kraft Service Table" because it was all Kraft food. Like macaroni and cheese and ranch dressing, and grilled cheese sandwiches made with kraft singles.
They should focus on the director's diet consisting of candy bars and nothing. People forget this was Lucas's diet on the original Star Wars and is what made that movie great. He wasn't surround by "health men" like he was on the prequels.
Well they can't have any cake since the cake is a lie.
They ought to serve bantha burgers and shuura fruit pie...
Oh, wait- we're talking about on the set? My bad.
Wasn't he rejected from serving in Vietnam because of diabetes?