I should probably mention the Academy Awards here, given that they just occurred last night and so it's topical, and also since there was a bit of Star Wars in one of those film montages, which I'd put here but nobody has bothered to put it on the Internet because everyone is too worried about whether they saw a bit of Jennifer Lopez's nipple. (Answer: yes.)
There was that, and there was Miss Piggy's voice being all wrong, and then there was Billy Crystal doing the absolute worst James Earl Jones impression I've ever heard; how do you imitate James Earl Jones and not do Darth Vader?
And there is your Not Really Related To Star Wars Oscar wrap-up.
Yesterday's answer was Padme Amidala, so Rusty got the 10 points and has closed to within 1/3 of Andrew Leon's points -- with 93 questions left, it's still anybody's Blogathon, so if you haven't yet entered, get a guess in there! Plus, remember that each comment, right or not, is an entry in the Weekly Prize Drawing. Last week's prize went to Rusty, too, as his Wookiephilia paid off, and this week's prize will include a free copy of Rusty's awesome book A Dead God's Wrath.
Anyway: The question, which has very little to do with Jennifer Lopez's nipple:
Into which category do gorgs fall?
I don't actually know what a gorg is, so in retrospect, maybe this has everything to do with Jennifer Lopez's nipple.
Or maybe it's just that you can't mention "Jennifer Lopez's nipple" enough. As always, first correct answer gets the points; today's question is worth 15 points.
Here's something interesting: The original 1977 trailer for Star Wars:
I was 8 when that came out. Imagine, though, a time when a George Lucas movie was sold by pointing out that Lucas had directed American Graffiti.
Also of interest? Although the movie began with A long time ago..., the trailer says "Somewhere in space this may all be happening right now," which not only gives an argument against all the nerds who always point out that Star Wars was way in the distant past, but also might literally be true, given that scientists think that the nature of infinite space and time means that universes are spontaneously being created all the time and we just don't know it.