Lucas said recently that after Episode III that he wanted to do something for television. Hmmmmm... I'll bet it's "Tucker: A Man and His Dream" new on NBC this fall, nahhh, "Howard the Duck" as a weekly series? Competition for News Radio, "Radio Land Murders"? No? As for 22 episodes at 2-3 hours apiece, will not happen. Star Trek episodes routinely cost over a million dollars per episode, I somehow don't see Fox putting $6 million plus a week into a series. However, I could easily see a weekly, hour-long Star Wars series with Lucas as Executive Producer, and if he's smart he will stay the hell away from writing any of it. Unfortunately, if this were to come to pass, it would likely completely by-pass the Expanded Universe. Alternatively, if it took place in the past, then completely ignore the Tales of the Jedi series of comics. Maybe get J. Michael Strazynski and Harlan Ellison to have a go at it. BTW- Quest, great list!