Laugh It Up, Fuzzball: The Family Guy Star Wars Trilogy has now been translated by the intergalactic scientists at the Stylin Online lab into killer Family Guy Star Wars T-Shirts! The parody the Star Wars films A New Hope, The Empire Strikes Back, and Return of the Jedi . The first episode, "Blue Harvest", aired in honor of the original film's 30th anniversary. It was followed by two direct-to-video sequels: "Something, Something, Something, Dark Side" and "It's a Trap!", which were subsequently aired on television. Now you can get in on the fun and pick up any of these stylish Family Guy Star Wars shirts!
The only reason it’s getting a four instead of one is because the special features, albeit limited, are pretty decent (the commentary is funnier than the film) and the animation is fantastic. This is the first of the Family Guy Star Wars spoofs to be produced in 16:9 and it is quite visually stunning and in fact it is the most visually stunning of the three spoofs. That being said, quality of animation is not why we watch Family Guy, though.
I just picked up “” (the third in the series of Family Guy Star Wars parodies). This time they tackled Return of the Jedi, so I thought I would post some screenshots of the Jabba scenes. I thought it was pretty interesting to see how all of the characters translated into the Family Guy style, and some of the jokes from that part of the episode were pretty funny. It’s definitely worth watching if you like Family Guy and Star Wars.
Fox announced at Comic-Con that the final chapter in the Family Guy Star Wars mockery It’s a Trap will release on DVD and Blu-ray on December 21st. Seth McFarlane also showed the first 10 minutes at Comic-Con. McFarlane claims this is his final parody on the Star Wars films.