Family Guy Blue Harvest Produktion
"Blue Harvest" ist die einstündige Premiere der sechsten Staffel der amerikanischen Zeichentrickserie Family Guy und der erste Teil der Trilogie Laugh It Up, Fuzzball. Es wurde ursprünglich am September auf Fox in den USA ausgestrahlt. Entdecken Sie Family Guy präsentiert: Blue Harvest und weitere TV-Serien auf DVD- & Blu-ray in unserem vielfältigen Angebot. Gratis Lieferung möglich. Als eines Abends der Strom ausfällt, macht sich bei den Griffins Panik breit. Doch Vater Peter weiß Rat und erzählt die größte Geschichte aller Zeiten: Star Wars. Family Guy – Blue Harvest ist ein Special der Trickserie Family Guy und parodiert Episode IV –. Februar bei ProSieben gezeigt und ist die erste Folge der sechsten Staffel von Family Guy. Die Folge ist eine Parodie des Filmes Star Wars Episode IV.
Mit dieser coolen Persiflage auf STAR WARS: EINE NEUE HOFFNUNG gerät die gesamte Galaxis außer Rand und Band - ein Muss, nicht ur für Family Guy. "Blue Harvest" ist die einstündige Premiere der sechsten Staffel der amerikanischen Zeichentrickserie Family Guy und der erste Teil der Trilogie Laugh It Up, Fuzzball. Es wurde ursprünglich am September auf Fox in den USA ausgestrahlt. Lustige Parodie auf Star Wars mit dem Family Guy Cast der die Handlung von Episode IV nochmal etwas anders erzählt. Dazu der typische Family Guy Humor.
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Meg Griffin voice Mike Henry Obi-Wan tells Luke he must learn the ways of the Force and come with him, and gives him his very own lightsaber.
He also tells Luke that the Empire is probably going to come looking for Artoo and Threepio for the data they possess. Left with no other options, Luke, Obi-Wan and the droids make their way to Mos Eisley Spaceport in search of a pilot and ship to take them to Alderaan.
They enter a cantina after Obi-Wan uses a Jedi mind trick on the bouncer and hide the droids. Before taking off, Han disposes of the bounty hunter Greedo Bruce , who came to collect the bounty placed on his head by Jabba the Hutt.
The group is then spotted by Imperial forces, but fortunately escape with slick maneuvers which are really just listing lazily to the left and entering hyperspace.
Back on the Death Star near Alderaan, Tarkin tells Leia that the Empire has chosen to test their "Death Star planet-blower-upper gun" on her home planet.
Leia objects, but Vader and Tarkin decide to fire it anyway, and Leia is forced to watch in horror as her planet is destroyed in front of her.
Meanwhile, on board Falcon where Luke continues to train under Obi-Wan in the ways of the Force, the group arrives at Alderaan's coordinates and find themselves in the middle of an Asteroids screen; it is clear to them that it was destroyed by the Empire.
The Millennium Falcon is then caught by the nearby Death Star's tractor beam. On board the massive station, Han and Luke disguise themselves as Stormtroopers and sneak deeper into the Death Star.
The four are inadvertently rescued from the garbage compactor when a stoned Threepio leans against the shutoff switch. Han and Chewie insist on taking a sofa with them when they escape the Death Star.
Kenobi is finally confronted by Vader. Kenobi's lightsaber falls limp until he sees Luke, and then he sacrifices himself as the other characters escape.
Han decides to ride on the outside due to difficulties getting the couch from the compactor into the Falcon. Afterwards, Han and Luke successfully fight off the "Thai" fighters sent to stop them, and escape to the rebel base.
While cleaning the droids, Luke stumbles upon Leia's message inside R2, who later decides to leave the farm. Luke is knocked out by one of them Opie and is found by Obi-Wan Kenobi Herbert , who takes them to his hut.
Leia's message explains that R2 contains the plans to the Death Star , which must be sent to her father on her home planet of Alderaan and asks Obi-Wan to help.
Obi-Wan tells Luke that he must learn the ways of the Force and accompany him to Alderaan, and gives him his own lightsaber.
Realizing that the Empire must be looking for the droids, Luke returns home to discover that his home has been destroyed and his aunt and uncle killed.
At a local cantina, they hire smuggler Han Solo Peter and his Wookiee co-pilot Chewbacca Brian , who agree to take them with their ship, the Millennium Falcon.
The group is soon spotted by stormtroopers and they flee into space, evading the pursuing Star Destroyers before jumping into hyperspace.
The Millennium Falcon exits hyperspace and is captured by the Death Star's tractor beam and brought into its hangar bay. Disguising themselves as stormtroopers, Han and Luke along with Chewbacca set off to rescue the captive Princess while Obi-Wan goes to shut off the tractor beam and R2 and C3PO stay behind.
Han, Luke and Chewie rescue Leia, and the four dive into a garbage chute to escape stormtroopers and find a couch in the garbage masher below.
As they flee the Death Star, Obi-Wan turns off the tractor beam before being confronted by Darth Vader in a lightsaber duel.
Vader strikes Obi-Wan down as the others board the Falcon , taking the couch with them. Luke joins the assault team while Han collects his reward for the rescue and prepares to leave.
During his run, Luke hears Obi-Wan's voice telling him to use the Force, and he turns off his targeting computer.
Vader appears with his own group of fighters, and is about to fire at Luke's starfighter when Han arrives in the Falcon and attacks Vader and his men, sending Vader's ship off into space.
Guided by the Force, Luke fires into the port, destroying the Death Star, and he returns to the Rebel base with his friends to celebrate their victory.
Back at the Griffins' home, Peter wraps up the story as the power comes back on. Everyone thanks Peter for keeping them entertained, although Chris points out that Robot Chicken already told that story.
Peter dismisses and mocks the show, and Chris storms off. Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane explained that the reason they made a parody of Star Wars in particular was because the show's staff members were huge fans of the films.
Most of the episode itself is a retelling of George Lucas' film Star Wars. When Peter is about to begin telling the story he says that it is about "love and loss, fathers and sons, and the foresight to retain international merchandising rights", a reference to the fact that 20th Century Fox gave those rights to Lucasfilm.
Bush and Dick Cheney 's re-election campaign. Once Leia is captured, Vader asks her where she hid the Death Star plans, leading her to respond that they are in one of twenty-six briefcases, a reference to the game show Deal or No Deal.
When Luke is watching the sunset, he breaks the fourth wall by introducing Star Wars composer John Williams and the London Symphony Orchestra , who have been scoring the scene, in a parody of a scene from Blazing Saddles featuring Count Basie and his orchestra.
One of the band members that plays at the cantina asks for any song request and then he subtly responds to his own question by saying "play that same song," a reference to the fact that the song being played in the film scene lasts a long time.
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Common Sense Media gave the episode three out of five stars, calling it a "racy but often hilarious satire of fantasy favorite".