The prequels are changing the way we watch -- and interpret -- the Star Wars saga. In fact, every SW film released after "A New Hope" has revised the Star Wars story. And Episode III, which I'm sure has a few surprises in store, has yet to be released. TESB revealed Darth Vader and Luke's father were one and the same. ROTJ surprised us when Leia turned out to be Luke's sister. In ANH:SE we found out Greedo shot first, and that Han confronted Jabba face-to-face before leaving Tatooine. TPM introduced Qui-Gon as Obi-Wan's mentor, leaving a few fans wondering to what extent Yoda had really "instructed" Obi-Wan. We also saw that it was initially Qui-Gon's idea to train Anakin as a Jedi, not Obi-Wan's. And then there are the midichlorians! We learned in AOTC that Boba Fett and his father played an instrumental role in the rise of the Empire, and that Yoda wasn't just a Jedi master, he was a military leader! ("General" Kenobi is nowhere to be seen.) This is just the tip of the iceberg. The things we thought were obvious or self-evident in the original trilogy are being called into question by the prequel trilogy and the Special Editions. In some cases they are being flat-out contradicted. Of course, the reverse is also true! Those raised on the prequels may see the OT as a departure from the "established" story. So, what other elements in Star Wars have we had to "unlearn"? And what do you think we'll have to "unlearn" when Episode III comes out in 2005?