List of Star Wars references

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This page lists possible references that have been made to the Star Wars universe.

List of Episodes

Episode Reference
#32: “Family Vacation, Part 2” Jimmy suggests using light-sabers and talks about rebel space pilots and the "evil overlords"—clearly referring to Star Wars.
#35: “V.B.S. Blues” Mugsy and his gang mention that the play has an "empire, like in Star Wars", reenact a light saber battle, and use the line "Luke, I am your father."
#308: “Subject Yourself” In one scene, Lawrence is reading a Star Fighters book, and says his headgear makes him look like something out of Star Wars.
#356: “The Search for Whit, Part 2” The elevator scene between Eugene and a disguised Whit parallels the first meeting between Luke Skywalker and a similarly-goofy Yoda in The Empire Strikes Back.
#376: “Chores No More” When talking about a movie they saw last night, a character breathes and shields his voice like Darth Vader and says "Ivan, I am your father...and Mary Lou, the Ice Princess is your mother."
#415: “Gloobers” Dwayne says, "I got a bad feeling about this," a common quote from the Star Wars universe.
#452: “Missionary: Impossible” Nathaniel makes a remark about Alex's Star Wars underwear that got some negative responses from parents who thought his line was inappropriate.
#453 – #454: “The Great Wishy Woz” Mystic Mountain Lion speaks with an inverted word order, similar to Yoda.
#461: “B-TV: Obedience” Pat Filgis says Adam and Eve are from "a long time ago, in a garden far, far away." Star Wars occurs "A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far, away..."
#462: “The W.E.” Nick tells Whit about a Novacom show called “Space Wars.” Music similar to Star Wars’ score plays in the background.
#528: “The Taming of the Two” Nick and Xavier have a light-saber fight and Xavier talks like Darth Vader. The music sounds almost exactly like John Williams' Star Wars score.
#623: “Buddy Guard” Rodney refers to Big Phil as Grady's "Wookiee," a fictional creature from the Star Wars series.
#745: “Like a Good Neighbor” Wally Haggler refers to "that slug thing" on Star Wars, meaning Jabba the Hutt.
#751: “The Ties That Bind, Part 1” Wooton Bassett references a costume as resembling Darth Vader.
#753: “The Ties That Bind, Part 3” Penny Wise says The Perilous Pen posted “an entire reveal about the new Star Inter-galaxy movie”. This is a reference to Star Wars: The Force Awakens, which was in production at the same time as this album.