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LiddyRules

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His tweet was "40 fucking years. I can't believe I still have to put on a $50 gold costume for you whiny cunts. Now I have to answer questions about 'why the red arm' until I fucking die. #BakerGotOffEasy"
 

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Topher Grace combined all 10 Star Wars movies to remind us how disappointing everything outside of Episodes 4 and 5 has been.

 

LiddyRules

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I don't remember an episode that didn't have both on it, so clearly before.

Why would they continue the show without either of those two? :haha7:
I think they brought in Seth Meyer's less attractive brother to replace both of them.

But it still had the comedic stylings of Wilmer "Why hasn't he been #MeToo'ed Yet?" Valderama.
 

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I think they brought in Seth Meyer's less attractive brother to replace both of them.

But it still had the comedic stylings of Wilmer "Why hasn't he been #MeToo'ed Yet?" Valderama.
I was just browsing through the episode guide and I think I made it into season 3. I would have told you that the episode with The Rock was in like season 4, but it was season 1. :oops: I really shouldn't watch TV at all.
 

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I don't remember an episode that didn't have both on it, so clearly before.

Why would they continue the show without either of those two? :haha7:
They tried to make it about Red and Kitty.....yeah it was horrible
That really was a horrible season. Laura Prepon dyed her blonde, Danny Masterson was walking around with a porn star moustache, and the writers decided to have Jackie hook up with Fez, basically turning her into a joint to be passed around among friends.
 
Topher Grace combined all 10 Star Wars movies to remind us how disappointing everything outside of Episodes 4 and 5 has been.

I liked the juxtaposition of Luke vs Kylo and Ben vs Vader. The voiceovers foreshadowing later events in the series were good too.
 

LiddyRules

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have Jackie hook up with Fez, basically turning her into a joint to be passed around among friends.
#Real70s

Also did the sister methicide herself before or after the show ended?
She bit in 2013. The show ran from 98 to 06. Only 8 years? I simultaneously thought it had more seasons but ended before 2006. But 13 years fit.

I wonder if they'll try to bring it back. And if they do, will it be as disastrous as the 90210 rerereboot?

https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/live-feed/90210-revival-lands-at-fox-summer-debut-1191050
 

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So much for having Star Wars fatigue!
A Third Live-Action ‘Star Wars’ Series May Be Released Between Episode 9 and the Next Trilogy


Lucasfilm is expanding the Star Wars universe to the small screen in a big way with their first live-action series set in a galaxy far, far away coming to Disney+ this fall. The show is called The Mandalorian (seen above), and the footage shown at Star Wars Celebration impressed the hell out of us. After that, there will be a series focusing on Rebel Alliance spy Cassian Andor before the events of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. But according to Disney chief Bob Iger, there will be a third live-action Star Wars series that is likely to get off the ground before the new round of movies kicks off in 2022.

When addressing the three-year hiatus that Star Wars movies will be taking between the release of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker and the first in a new film trilogy that will begin hitting theaters in December 2022, Disney CEO Bob Iger briefly discussed what will be happening with Star Wars in the meantime. Iger told the crowd at the MoffetNathanson Media & Communications summit:

“In the interim, we are producing two live-action Star Wars series for Disney+. One of them is called The Mandalorian, which is being supervised by Jon Favreau, and the other one is a bit of a prequel to Rogue One. My guess is there will probably be one more, at least one more, live-action series that we produce for Disney+, meaning a Star Wars series, before we release the next film.”​
When the three-year gap between Star Wars movies was announced recently, fans were sad that they’d have to wait so long to return to a galaxy far, far away. But shows like The Mandalorian will certainly keep them busy during that time. As for what this recently revealed third live-action Star Wars series is about, we might already have an idea.

Earlier this year, rumors surfaced about an Obi-Wan Kenobi limited series being in development at Lucasfilm. Originally, there was chatter about an Obi-Wan Kenobi spin-off movie coming together at some point. But the series idea came about after Solo: A Star Wars Story didn’t perform as well at the box office as Disney and Lucasfilm had hoped. Disney+ gives Lucasfilm a new outlet to tell some of these stories in a satisfying way without taking the risk of releasing a tentpole movie that doesn’t deliver major box office returns.

Then again, there’s always a chance that there’s a completely different Star Wars series in the works that will get off the ground in the next few years. It would be odd if we wouldn’t have heard anything about it by this point in time, even if it was just a rumor, which makes the Obi-Wan Kenobi series feel all the more likely. But there are plenty of other pockets of the Star Wars galaxy left to be explored. We likely won’t hear anything on that series for a little while, but it’s good to know Disney has plenty of plans to keep Star Wars fans engaged during the three-year break from the big screen.
 

Pigdango

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So much for having Star Wars fatigue!
A Third Live-Action ‘Star Wars’ Series May Be Released Between Episode 9 and the Next Trilogy


Lucasfilm is expanding the Star Wars universe to the small screen in a big way with their first live-action series set in a galaxy far, far away coming to Disney+ this fall. The show is called The Mandalorian (seen above), and the footage shown at Star Wars Celebration impressed the hell out of us. After that, there will be a series focusing on Rebel Alliance spy Cassian Andor before the events of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. But according to Disney chief Bob Iger, there will be a third live-action Star Wars series that is likely to get off the ground before the new round of movies kicks off in 2022.

When addressing the three-year hiatus that Star Wars movies will be taking between the release of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker and the first in a new film trilogy that will begin hitting theaters in December 2022, Disney CEO Bob Iger briefly discussed what will be happening with Star Wars in the meantime. Iger told the crowd at the MoffetNathanson Media & Communications summit:

“In the interim, we are producing two live-action Star Wars series for Disney+. One of them is called The Mandalorian, which is being supervised by Jon Favreau, and the other one is a bit of a prequel to Rogue One. My guess is there will probably be one more, at least one more, live-action series that we produce for Disney+, meaning a Star Wars series, before we release the next film.”​
When the three-year gap between Star Wars movies was announced recently, fans were sad that they’d have to wait so long to return to a galaxy far, far away. But shows like The Mandalorian will certainly keep them busy during that time. As for what this recently revealed third live-action Star Wars series is about, we might already have an idea.

Earlier this year, rumors surfaced about an Obi-Wan Kenobi limited series being in development at Lucasfilm. Originally, there was chatter about an Obi-Wan Kenobi spin-off movie coming together at some point. But the series idea came about after Solo: A Star Wars Story didn’t perform as well at the box office as Disney and Lucasfilm had hoped. Disney+ gives Lucasfilm a new outlet to tell some of these stories in a satisfying way without taking the risk of releasing a tentpole movie that doesn’t deliver major box office returns.

Then again, there’s always a chance that there’s a completely different Star Wars series in the works that will get off the ground in the next few years. It would be odd if we wouldn’t have heard anything about it by this point in time, even if it was just a rumor, which makes the Obi-Wan Kenobi series feel all the more likely. But there are plenty of other pockets of the Star Wars galaxy left to be explored. We likely won’t hear anything on that series for a little while, but it’s good to know Disney has plenty of plans to keep Star Wars fans engaged during the three-year break from the big screen.
They forgot the most important part of the call - Iger announced that the 2022 film will be the one Game of Thrones Bros David Benioff and D.B. Weis are working on.

I'm not watching Game of Thrones, but the internet seems to generally be as displeased with it as they have been with Star Wars lately. So this seems like a very odd time for Disney to announce this.
 

LiddyRules

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They forgot the most important part of the call - Iger announced that the 2022 film will be the one Game of Thrones Bros David Benioff and D.B. Weis are working on.

I'm not watching Game of Thrones, but the internet seems to generally be as displeased with it as they have been with Star Wars lately. So this seems like a very odd time for Disney to announce this.
I'm an episode behind. Without spoilers, why is everyone mad about GoT?
 

LiddyRules

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By the way, I love how they're talking about a three year hiatus as though it's some huge break. The first six movies were released three years apart. That wasn't considered a hiatus. That was considered how much time it took to get the films ready. We can't go three years between franchise installments without acting like it's a bold move?
 

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I'm an episode behind. Without spoilers, why is everyone mad about GoT?
Without spoilers because I don't really know them, they don't like where they've taken Dany's character. And the criticisms are coming from feminists AND masculists. So...yeah, that's not good at all.
 

LiddyRules

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Without spoilers because I don't really know them, they don't like where they've taken Dany's character. And the criticisms are coming from feminists AND masculists. So...yeah, that's not good at all.
She always was a self righteous B though.
 

Pigdango

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By the way, I love how they're talking about a three year hiatus as though it's some huge break. The first six movies were released three years apart. That wasn't considered a hiatus. That was considered how much time it took to get the films ready. We can't go three years between franchise installments without acting like it's a bold move?
PRACTICAL EFFECTS!

I posed this question to @Neon on the Twitter: Imagine nothing at all Star Wars came out between The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi, and they came out 3 years apart instead of 2. Do you think people's reactions to The Last Jedi would have been better or worse? Because it seems the whole premise of the fatigue argument is The Last Jedi would have been either a better movie or better received simply by coming out without Rogue One in between.
 
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