35 years later and Luke still never got those power converters. Was that supposed to be a chapter VII thing? #starwars
— Kevin Leroux (@LeKevbo) May 26, 2012
Something that makes me happy about #StarWars fans: we all own the DVDs but LOVE when the saga is on Spike and watch them with commercials.
— Amy Ratcliffe (@amy_geek) May 28, 2012
I just want a Westwing-ish political drama where Bail Organa and Co. are all sekkretly rebelling. Is that too much to ask.
— Stephanie Hough (@bahnree) May 28, 2012
Facebook IPO was a lot like scene from “Empire Strikes Back” when Leia kisses Luke: once you have all the facts, it’s kinda creepy #starwars
— Jim Parsons (@JPWP) May 26, 2012
@bonniegrrl Nerd: Someone who tries to play “Jedi” in Words With Friends. Geek:Someone who is FUCKING OUTRAGED that it’s not a word. 1/2
— BackpackingDad (@BackpackingDad) May 24, 2012
The franchise is officially 35, Spike marathoned the original trilogy, there was some (some) EUish stuff, and snark. Well, lots of snark. You know how it goes.
STAR WARS: A NEW HOPE (1977) Happy birthday, dearest… you don’t look a day over twenty.
— Trace (@Corellian_Sugar) May 26, 2012
Happy 35th Anniversary, #StarWars! Thanks for Death Stars, Sith Lords and lightsaber duels. Never change. Except in future special editions.
— Death Star PR (@DeathStarPR) May 25, 2012
Like most 35 year olds in Hollywood, Star Wars has had a lot of unnecessary work done to it.
— Gerry Duggan (@GerryDuggan) May 25, 2012
@starwars turns 35 It’s as if millions of voices cried out”OH MY GOD I’M OLD”and were suddenly silenced!Gives new meaning to imperial walker
— CatStaggs (@CatStaggs) May 25, 2012
35 yrs ago today, #StarWars arrived. Seeing my boys’ rapt faces as they watch, I realize it’ll prolly outlast ALL of us! The power of myth!
— Zaki Hasan (@zakiscorner) May 26, 2012
— Bryan Schultheiss (@Darthziggy) May 25, 2012
It was a holiday weekend, so naturally Star Wars was on Spike…
Little did Luke know… Toshi Station had discontinued sales of power converters early last season due to increased overheads. #starwars
— Eric S. Donaldson (@EricJokes) May 23, 2012
Omg my mom just corrected me while watching #starwars: “those are sand people Megan, not ewoks in capes.”
— megzeppelinn (@megzeppelinn) May 26, 2012
— Tyler (@Scisyph) May 26, 2012
General Dodonna saying “Princess Lee-a” is such a power play. He totally knows how to pronounce Leia’s name correctly, I bet.
— Eric Goldman (@EricIGN) May 26, 2012
The faces Han Solo made when they were briefing the rebel fighters on destroying the Death Star are epic #starwars
— Joseph Morgan(@jmthegreat) May 26, 2012
@EricIGN I’m too busy mourning the great Bail Prestor Organa and millions of innocent Alderaanians to give them a second thought!
— Christine Seghers (@cmseghers) May 26, 2012
One good thing about the prequels is that it makes the scene where Luke first meets Yoda extra hilarious. #starwars
— Talia Thrace (@Gambling4Kitten) May 27, 2012
“Luminous beings are we…” Still my favorite #ESB scene. This is the Force, right here.
— Nancipants (@nancipants) May 27, 2012
Yoda in ‘Empire’ is still easily the best, looking, most likable, most life-like, and most memorable of every version of Yoda. #StarWars
— Matt Dougherty (@MattDoc) May 27, 2012
The Expanded Universe, sort of…
I’ll miss writing Darth Maul. Sure, he may be a terrifying mass-murderer but for the last few months he’s been MY terrifying mass-murderer.
— Tom Taylor (@TomTaylorMade) May 21, 2012
The new #StarWars game follows the adventures of a young Ken, Jedi Prince, as he battles the evil mutant Triclops.
— Austin(@Blankitout) May 25, 2012
BREAKING: New Star Wars game entitled: The Force Unleashed III: Even Piell’s Revenge
— Knights Archive (@KnightsArchive) May 25, 2012
And the snark:
How I end arguments with my oldest son: “You also think Star Wars Episodes 1-3 are the best SW films, so your opinion is invalid.”
— Pete Hines (@DCDeacon) May 23, 2012
Why, every time i hear about “Justin Bieber”, do i think “Anakin Skywalker”?
— Michael Shanks (@MichaelShanks) May 23, 2012
If we uncensored all of R2-D2′s dialogue, your children’s heads would LITERALLY explode from all of the profanity. #StarWars
— Death Star PR (@DeathStarPR) May 28, 2012