He's got a point. I think it was around the same time that Han was in school, and bel Iblis was there, and Han asked a question about one of the Empire's policies...like 3 years before the Empire ever came into being. ( At least. ) Why can't Greedo, a Rodian, have grown into adult on Tatooine, gone back to Rodia (because I recall there was a section in the story where he remembers hunting), became a guntzel for Jabba the Hutt and met his head when he threatened Solo? It has to do with his memories ( he only remembers being on his jungle homeplanet - away from Rodia ) and the timeline of events. Greedo is 19 as of ANH. The one seen in the TPM DVD is around Anakin's age at 32 years before ANH even happens. That's the main problem. So, IMO, it's a matter of tying them together without disrupting the original intent of Tales from the Mos Eisley Cantina OR the TPM DVD. So I think of it as Greedo's father ( which he never knew - he was later killed by Navik the Red. ) The cut scene still happened. It's in too many sources to ignore. And some of these "cut scenes" were re-inserted into the film. Such as the Podrace stuff and the Coruscant air-taxi sequences. And there's always the matter of "personal canon". For my personal canon, I have to rationalize an explanation, whether anyone else does or not.