Lexicon of Star Wars

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  1. Jade_Pilot Force Ghost

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    Since 1977, Star Wars has merged with our popular culture with a tenacity that I've not seen with any other movie. Even today, you will find references in TV shows, ads and other movies that prove the intergration of Star Wars into our developmental psyche.

    Just this morning, I opened the USA Weekend supplement to my Sunday paper and saw a picture of the new HTC Droid Incredible with a caption that read: "This might be the Droid you're looking for..."


    Where have you found a reference to SW dialog recently in some media format?
  2. moosemousse CR - FF:UK South

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    There are TV ads cunning in the UK with R2-D2 and C-3PO in them. :D
  3. brodiew Force Ghost

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    I've been watching Supernatural on DVD and the the 4th Season opener has Dean calling a cell phone company to activate the GPS on his phone. The name on the account: Wedge Antilles!
  4. moosemousse CR - FF:UK South

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    How could I forget this epic reference when I'm such an FF addict?

    Biggs and Wedge have made many appearances in the Final Fantasy series, and I forgot about this! :(

    The Final Fantasy Wiki page. It has details of all their appearances. :D
  5. earlybird-obi-wan Force Ghost

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    In an article of the Dutch newspaper "De Volkskrant" was an interview with a law and history student speaking about the European Court for Human Rights in Strassbourgh.
    "Het hof heeft de uitstraling van een keizerlijk paleis uit Star Wars."
    Translation:
    "The court has the look of an imperial Star Wars palace."
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