TCW is not a 60 hour SW film, it's a TV series (which is why I said the second statement was false. Regarding the first statement, "originating stories" and "having final word" are rather loose terms. Throwing off a few (not all) general ideas for the writer team to develop and watching the finished episodes and say "that's great, guys" doesn't mean he is the maker of the series. What he did in Empire and Jedi is rather different (and well documented thanks to the Making of books). He personally created and developed the story, wrote several drafts, personally supervise and correct subsecuent drafts, personally oversaw the whole production, helped the director on set, directed second unit, supervised the editing (and in Jedi re-edit the whole movie himself), attended the spotting and scoring sessions, attended the sound mix, request specific shots and changes... Did he do any of that for the TV series?