Discussion in 'Transformers Robots In Disguise / Prime Discussion' started by badbot98, Feb 25, 2012.
When he was taking to breakdown.
duh, it was blatant plagiarism. But hush with the spoilers.
Yea, he did but the was the funniest part of the episode.
"how are you?" haha i loved that part
it was a family guy reference.
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Yes, and I LOVED IT!!! As the conversation went on, I was thinking "Is he gonna say it?...Is he gonna say it?...", and then the "...How are you?" was said, and I amazingly held in my freak-out. XD
There are so many things wrong with this statement I can't even begin.
I don't get the reference.
No it wasn't.
I had no idea it would get to that, but when he said it I just couldn't stop laughing.
Also, op don't need another thread, the Part 2 discussion has plenty of comments regarding the topic.
How ignorant can this generation be that it thinks that... I mean, it's so screwed up. That post pissed me off more then anything else ever could right now... urgh.
It's a reference to Star Wars: A New Hope. The original, where Han Solo talks over the intercom to an Imperial Officer, and at one point says "How are you?". Family Guy parodied it, meaning, the reference is to Star Wars, not Family Guy.
Calm down, dude
You're full on mad bro
Greedo shot first
Yes, and I totally loved it. He did it soooo well.
Yes, yes I am. My rage is fueled by my love for ANH and my loathing of Family Guy. The idea that someone would think... just... grrrrrrr.
Yes, but Boba Fett shot first...and last.
everyone, stop arguing over me getting my facts wrong. i have not seen any star wars film for about 12 years until last week (i saw the 3D movie), and i was shocked at how horrible my memories were off. i now understand why people did not like the first episode. It's like rushrushrush PODRACING rushrushrush BATTLE FOAR NABOO, and the thing felt like it really took about half an hour.
Hooray for Family Guy's biggest rip-off ever!
Seriously, screw FG. This was a SW reference. Not a reference to that dopey excuse of a comedy show.
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