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I made this for a class at school, just testing some things out. Gonna try writing my first article.

Robot Chicken: Star Wars II is a 2008 episode of the television comedy series Robot Chicken, airing as a one-off special during Cartoon Network's Adult Swim block on November 16, 2008.


Robot Chicken: Star Wars Episode II is a 22-minute long special episode of Robot Chicken

List of Skits

1. Boba Fett kills many ewoks using his laser blasters, lightsabers, and a rocket from his backpack before Princess Leia arrives, who swiftly strips down to her slave outfit and begins to lust after Boba Fett. This sequence is revealed to be the imagination of a nerd describing his idea of the best thing ever to his friends.

2. Opening sequence, recycled from the previous special Robot Chicken: Star Wars, based on the end sequences of Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith, the Mad Scientist (as Palpatine) saves the Robot Chicken (as Darth Vader) from the volcanic planet Mustafar and rebuilds him as Vader before forcing it to watch Robot Chicken.

3. A scene where Palpatine goes to his hairdresser for a haircut who eventually suggests the idea of hiring a bounty hunter instead of relying on Darth Vader.

4. A monster truck ad parody of the geonosian arena scene from Star Wars Episode 1.

5. A scene where Princess Leia mock Luke Skywalker for missing Ben Kenobi who he met the day before while her entire family and planet has been destroyed.

6. A stormtrooper brings his daughter work.

7. A scene where a medical robot from the death star refuses to do bad things and points out medical inaccuracies with the story under the alias of Dr. Ball MD

8. A scene where a jingle for Admiral Ackbar's Fish Sticks is suggested and rejected.

9. A stormtrooper mourns the loss of the trooper killed by Princess Leia.

10. A mouse is shown piloting a small droid that is scared by Chewbacca.

11. A parody of the scene from Star Wars Episode 3 where Anakin Skywalker kills the younglings in the jedi temple, in this parody Anakin deals with the trauma of killing children by pretending they are flowers.

12. A scene where two AT-ATs have a race that ends with one being destroyed avoiding a family of wampas.

13. An explanation of the skeleton C-3PO walks past in the desert.

14. A scene where Palpatine yells at Darth Vader and puts an ad out for bounty hunters. Continuation of the third scene where Palpatine went to his hairdresser.

15. A parody of Geico commercials using Jar Jar Binks to explain car insurance.

16. Continuation from the fourteenth scene where the bounty hunters treat the hunt as a race.

17. Lando Calrissian comments on the name of Boba Fett's ship, the Slave 1

18. Recycled skit from Robot Chicken: Star Wars where Han Solo, Chewbacca and Princess Leia have a meal with Boba Fett and Darth Vader.

19. An ad for Bob Goldstein, an attorney who specializes in cases with missing limbs.

20. A scene where Chewbacca confesses something unusual to Han Solo before he is frozen in carbonite, the viewer does not know what Chewbacca says, but Han Solo is surprised at what is said.

21. A parody of the scene where Darth Vader says the line, "I have altered the deal, pray that I do not alter it further." Darth Vader uses this line multiple times, increasing the embarrassment that Lando Calrissian suffers each time.

22. A parody of the scene where Luke Skywalker refuses Darth Vader's offer to join the dark side, in this version, Luke accepts the offer but trips on his way back to Vader and falls anyway.

23. This scene shows a couple who live in an apartment in the death star.

24. Shows the aftermath of Boba Fett being swallowed by the sarlacc.

25. Shows palpatine having an awful day that ends with him being thrown into the core of the death star.

26. End credits - The chickens sing the star wars theme.



Abraham Benrubi as Darth Vader (voice)

Bob Bergen as Luke Skywalker (voice)

Ahmed Best as Jar Jar Binks (voice)

Hugh Davidson as Stormtrooper / Rebel Trooper (voice)

Keith Ferguson as Han Solo / General Veers (voice)

Adrianne Palicki as Padmé Amidala / Jessica (voice)

Billy Dee Williams as Lando Calrissian / Man (voice)



Hugh Davidson

Mike Fasolo

Douglas Goldstein

Dan Milano

Tom Root

Matthew Senreich

Kevin Shinick

Zeb Wells