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Doug Goldstein. Deidre Devlin, Jeff Eckman, Mike Fasolo, Seth Green, J. But for a group of nerds writing pop culture jokes, it was impossible to resist forever.
One of the first ideas that made it onto the show is an iconic sketch where Emperor Palpatine voiced by Seth McFarlane gets a call from Darth Vader shortly after the events of A New Hope.
Nobody could have predicted what would happen next. Not only did George Lucas see the sketch, he loved it. Instead, it was expanding on their sense of humor and helping an audience find a different access point.
Lucas had one of his employees invite Seth and Senreich to visit the famous Skywalker Ranch, but that first phone call didn't go exactly as planned.
During their visit to Skywalker Ranch, Green and Senreich didn't actually meet Lucas, but they spoke to a few other Lucasfilm executives, and when the time was right, they pitched their big idea.
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Download as PDF Printable version. DVD cover.Robot Chicken's romp in the Star Wars universe, though, was fairly imaginative and clever. I really just couldn't stop laughing. Seth Green and Co. are real Star Wars fans and it shows throughout this video. The only complaint were two sequences that were just less funny than the rest. The disturbance in the force gets more disturbing as the Robot Chicken writers give Star Wars their twisted pop-culture-parody treatment, all through the old-school magic of stop-motion animation. "Robot Chicken: Star Wars Episode III" (also known as "Robot Chicken: Star Wars III") is a episode special of the television comedy series Robot Chicken, and the third and final installment in the Annie Award-winning and Emmy-nominated Robot Chicken: Star Wars trilogy. Previously known as the "Robot Chicken Star Wars Special", and was originally slated to be aired during Super Bowl XLI. The run time for the Star Wars episode is twenty two minutes, double the usual Robot Chicken length. The mad scientist and the chicken reenact the scenes in which Darth Vader is "born" at the beginning of the episode. Robot Chicken had previously featured several Star Wars parodies in standard episodes of the show. One such sketch from the second season in featured Palpatine receiving a collect call from Darth Vader informing him of the Death Star 's destruction, shortly after the conclusion of A New Hope.