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This is a list of references to Star Wars in television.

2 Stupid DogsEdit

  • There is a trilogy of episodes titled "Red", "Red Strikes Back", and "Return of Red".

3rd Rock from the SunEdit

  • In "Fifteen Minutes of Dick", Sally beats up Mark Hamill in a restaurant because she was angry the gang are forced to sit at a worst table while a celebrity gets a better table.
"Ooh look at me. I am so important, my father's Darth Vader!"
―Sally
"He is?!"
―Dick

6teenEdit

  • There's a nerdy character named Darth. He wears a Darth Vader helmet and cape, and always wields a lightsaber. His girlfriend Julie occasionally wears a Slave Leia costume for him.
  • In "Welcome to the Darth Side", Nikki, upon seeing the Clones starting to hate their new employee (who acts similar to the Clones), remarked "The Clone Wars had begun."
  • In "Double Date", Jonesy, Nikki (against her will), Darth, and Julie went to see the premiere of War Star Galaxy Force (a parody of Star Wars). Odd, considering that Star Wars itself was directly referenced in the series.

10 Things I Hate About You (2009)Edit

  • In "Light My Fire" a character says "Pleasure it is to meet you", to which another responds "Aw, how cute. You talk like Yoda."

30 RockEdit

  • Liz once dresses up as Princess Leia in order to get out of Jury Duty.
  • In the episode "Señor Macho Solo", Liz tells Stewart that there are many languages and costumes in the conference room of the United Nations, saying: "It must be like working in the Galactic Senate in Star Wars." to which Stewart responds: "They are similar. We're also concerned about the growing influence of the Sith Lords."
  • In the episode "Verna", Frank says that his apartment caught fire because he left his Sith Lord cloak too close to a candle.
  • In the episode "Don Geiss, America and Hope", Don Geiss is cryogenically frozen in a posture and block strongly resembling Han Solo's during his carbonite freezing.
  • In one episode, Tracy Jordan is on the news, as he runs inbetween cars on a busy road in his underpants; waving a red lightsaber and screaming "I am a Jedi!"
  • In "Jack-tor," Frank makes a reference to his "friend in accounting" whose name is Lando Calrissian
  • In the episode"Mazel Tov, Dummies!", Liz dresses up as Princess Leia again for her wedding with her boyfriend, Criss (James Marsden), at City Hall.

The 4400Edit

  • In the tie-in book "Welcome to Promise City," Marco Pacella, an NTAC employee and a science fiction fan, has a Darth Vader towel in his apartment.

The A-TeamEdit

  • In the season two episode "It's a Desert Out There," the team's commander John "Hannibal" Smith refers to a member of a desert gang who is dressed in an all-black outfit and a face-covering black helmet as "Darth."

Ace of CakesEdit

After You've GoneEdit

  • In "Bad, Bad Old Days", Jimmy refers to Diana's new Scottie dog as a "small Scottish Ewok."

ALFEdit

  • In "Take a Look at Me Now" ALF says "May the Force be with you" to Raquel Ochmonek.
  • In "Tonight, Tonight" Part 1 ALF says he has postulated for the role of Obi-Wan Kenobi in Star Wars while showing a picture of him disguised as a Monk.
  • In "Superstition", while talking about a ritual ALF says "The things I need for this are far, far away. In my Galaxy."

Alvin and the ChipmunksEdit

  • In the Thanksgiving Day special, the Chipmunks are forced to take jobs that they know nothing about in a community play. Simon, who is forced to act when he'd rather be a "behind the scenes man", remarks that he wishes he were in "a galaxy far, far away . . ."

The Amazing RaceEdit

  • In the fifth leg of Season 1 ("Desert Storm"), one of the detour challenges was located at Star Wars set for Tatooine in Tunisia.
  • In the sixth leg of season 9 ("Sleep Deprivation is Really Starting to Irritate Me"), B.J. has trouble pronouncing "Catania" and refers it to as Star Wars cantina. Also, at the kayak polo, Lori says to Dave "may the Force be with you".
  • The episode "Huger than Huge" features a task based on The Clone Wars TV series. At the Letterman Digital Arts Center, one team member had to put on a motion capture suit while their partner directed their avatar through a virtual course, all based on Star Wars: The Clone Wars. After getting through the two levels of the course, the directing partner would be able to copy down their next clue through figuring out how to read it off the computer screen which directed them to the Tonga Room.

The Amazing World of GumballEdit

  • In "The Remote", Anais tells the boys that " There is another ", referencing The Empire Strikes Back where Yoda tells Obi-Wan that there is another hope.
  • In "The Fridge, Nicole tells Gumball to join her and be a winner. This is a reference to The Empire Strikes Back, when Darth Vader is telling Luke to join the Dark Side of the force. In the same episode, Nicole urging Gumball to use his anger is a reference to Return of the Jedi, when Emperor Palpatine tells Luke to use his anger to kill Darth Vader. Another reference to Return of the Jedi is Richard breathing heavily (akin to Darth Vader) and asking Gumball to remove his mask, which mirrors Vader/Anakin Skywalker spending his last moments asking his son Luke to remove his helmet.
  • In "The Recipe", Richard says "No! I feel a great disturbance in the food chain as if a thousand sandwiches cried out in terror, and were suddenly silenced." That References Of "A New Hope"

American Dad!Edit

  • In "All About Steve", Stan and Steve go to a Sci-Fi convention, which has a large "Star Wars" presence.
  • In "Stan of Arabia: Part 1", Jawas can be seen selling droids in a Saudi Arabian market.
  • In "Tears of a Clooney", there was a Leia's Metal Bikini reference.
  • In "Joint Custody", Roger tries on bounty hunter disguises, including Boba Fett and Greedo outfits.
  • In "Deacon Stan, Jesus Man", Karl Rove appears dressed as Palpatine.
  • In "Bush Comes to Dinner", there are several Star Wars references, such as Steve dreaming himself on Hoth and meeting his mentor (Roger), Hayley escapes the pit, claiming she killed the furries, to which Stan says "Even the younglings?", and later on when Bush is drunk, Stan says he is "More liquor than man."
  • In "42-Year-Old Virgin", Bad Larry's dying words are "And I...shall become...more powerful...THAN YOU COULD POSSIBLY IMAGINE!"
  • In "Chimdale", when Stan pretends to go to work bald he claims to Steve they made fun of him calling him names, one of which was "Lukemia Skywalker."

America's Funniest Home VideosEdit

  • In one episode the host makes a mention a Jar Jar Binks and how everyone wishes he would trip and impale himself on a lightsaber.

Anderson Cooper 360Edit

  • On a special edition of AC360 during the Presidential Inauguration of Barack Obama, the team talked about Microsoft Photosynth (which was used to create a virtual 3-D image of the moment Obama was sworn in) to which Anderson Cooper said it sounded like something out of Star Wars.

AngelEdit

  • In the season one episode "Sense and Sensibility", Cordelia tells Angel: "No! I don't care what horrible thing is about to happen—asteroids are hurtling towards Earth, unspeakable evil is rising in the San Fernando Valley, Jar Jar is getting his own talk show, whatever —I don't want to hear about it. Not 'til you ask us how it went."
  • In the season four episode "Calvary," Gunn refers to Angelus as "Darth Vampire."
  • In the episode "Soul Purpose," Spike tells Wesley: "No offense, Mr. Vader, but I've got no itch to join the evil Empire."
  • In the season five episode "Damage," Andrew describes the insane Slayer Dana: "Tortured, traumatized, driven insane by Yoda knows who."
  • In various seasons, Charles Gunn has been known to state I have a bad feeling about this.

Annoying OrangeEdit

  • Orange, Pear and Marshmallow go to the movies and see Fruit Wars: The Phantom Munchies. Later, Orange says that "George Frutose" is a genius.

A.N.T. FarmEdit

  • The cast of A.N.T. Farm travel to Skywalker Ranch and encounter R2-D2 and C-3PO at the ranch gates. C-3PO then informs Chyna and her friends that he is fluent in over 6 billion forms of communication, including street slang.

Aqua Teen Hunger ForceEdit

  • In the episode diet, Master Shake claims to be from Tatooine, and that he went for his medical checkup on Alderaan every year, he then claims to be from the Dagobah system. Then he pretends to talk to R2-D2.
  • In the episode Rabbot Redux, Master Shake has a cardboard cutout that closely resembles a Stormtrooper.
  • In the episode Two-and-a-Half-Star Wars out of Five, more commonly known as Pink Man, a Wookiee pretending to be a werewolf from Mos Eisley asks the Aqua Teens to help him blow up the moon. Later Frylock uses a lightsaber which he refers to as a lightwaver to fight the Wookiee who reveals his name as Drewbacca, and near the end of the episode the Mooninites cook Yoda in a microwave. The episode then ends with a Star Wars-style credit roll. The episode also features scene changes and music similar to Star Wars.
  • In the episode Gene E, while in a bathroom, Shake is playing with the motion sensored automatic toilets saying "It's like Star wars in here. This is how Darth Vader takes a crap."
  • In the episode Jumpy George, Meatwad while babysitting says he is "Mr. King Wookiee."

ArcherEdit

  • In the episode "Killing Utne," after Lana nearly crushes Cyril's collarbone, Malory says "Lana, release him," to which Lana replies, "As you wish," releasing him and adding, "I find your lack of faith disturbing." Cryil answers "I find your manly hands disturbing."
  • During an escape from a space station in the Season 3 finale "Space Race: Part 2", Lana shoots a hole into a garbage shoot. The crew, disgusted by the idea of entering such a place, refuse to go down and opt for a simpler escape route.

Arrested DevelopmentEdit

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  • In the episode "Amigos", Lucille Bluth tells Annyong to "go see a Star War".
  • In the episode "The Immaculate Election", George Michael Bluth acts out a lightsaber duel on film, which is later played in front of his school, a reference to Star Wars Kid. This video is referenced again in "Sword of Destiny" and "The Ocean Walker".
  • In the episode "Out on a Limb", Buster Bluth learns who his true father is, and later loses his hand, a possible reference to the end of The Empire Strikes Back.

ArrowEdit

  • In the episode "Al Sah-Him", Felicity Smoak refers to Oliver Queen as "Darth Oliver", due to their belief that Oliver had been brainwashed by Ra's al Ghul and become a member of the League of Assassins (though he was faking this in order to infiltrate the League from the inside.)

ArthurEdit

  • The title of the episode "Return of the Snowball" is a parody of the title to Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi. Also, there is a "Title card" which says "Recently, in a galaxy far far away". This is a parody of the statement "A long time ago, in a galaxy far far away". There also is an "opening crawl" similar to those that appear at every single Star Wars movies.
  • The title to the episode "Desk Wars" might be a parody of the name "Star Wars".
  • In the episode "Cast Away" D.W. says "I have a bad feeling about this".
  • There is a parody of Star Wars, called "Space Wars".
  • In the episode "Buster's Book Battle" when Loki Benediktssen fights Kilgore, Kilgore turns on a green lightsaber
  • In "Arthur Loses His Marbles," Arthur has a fantasy sequence in which he imagines Grandma Thora appearing and speaking in manner similar to Yoda.
  • In "Arthur's Faraway Friend," an imagined version of Arthur's best friend Buster Baxter tells him to "Use the Force."

Ashes to AshesEdit

Australia's Got TalentEdit

  • In one of the semi-final rounds, one of the acts was named "Sith Vs Jedi". This contestant did several Star Wars stunts and dressed up as characters from the franchise such as a Sith, a Jedi, a Clone Trooper, and a Rebel Pilot.

Attack of the Show!Edit

  • Star Wars is referenced in multiple sketches during the show. One recurring sketch is "Boba Fetish", which features a man wearing Boba Fett's helmet and bondage gear engaging in various Star Wars-related sexual fetishes.
  • The set of the show features statues of hosts Kevin Pereira and Olivia Munn frozen in carbonite, like Han Solo.
  • The Title bears resemblence to Attack of the Clones.

Avatar: The Last AirbenderEdit

  • In the episode The Guru, Aang halts his training to unlock his chakras when seeing a vision of Katara in trouble, and despite Guru Pathik's warnings of the dangers of not completing the chakra opening process, he goes out to save his friends. This parallels Luke leaving Yoda when seeing the visions of the trouble on Cloud City in The Empire Strikes Back. The show also features Mark Hamill as the voice of Fire Lord Ozai, as well as other creatures.
  • In the episode Jet, Jet's secret hideout is similar to the Ewok houses in Return of the Jedi.
  • In the final episode Avatar Aang Prince Zuko is shot in the chest by Princess Azula's lightning, when he awakens he twitches in the same fashion of Luke Skywalker in Return of the Jedi.

BaantjerEdit

  • In season 8 episode 2 De Cock en de buitenaardse moord, a R2-D2 toy appears briefly in the openings scene.

Back in the BarnyardEdit

  • In the first episode, Otis makes a reference to Luke Skywalker blowing up the Death Star.
  • In another episode, the animals celebrate the farmer's birthday by doing everything the farmer wanted to do in life, including lightsaber dueling with Darth Vader.

Bad EducationEdit

  • In the second episode, Second Education, when stating how he is prepared for the task of teaching sex education, Alfie describes of himself as a "sex Yoda", going on to say that "many times done it I have." Fraser praises him for his "top notch Jedi banter."

Batman BeyondEdit

  • In the episode Revenant, students at Hamilton Hill High School believe that its halls are haunted by the ghost of a dead student. When four girls were accosted by the "spirit," they flee and run into their friend Maxine Gibson, who refers to the ghost as their "phantom menace."
  • The episode Sentries of the Last Cosmos, about a science fiction video game, features many references, and spoken lines include "Is Jar-Jar lame?", "I can't shake him!" and "It all started a long, long time ago in a cosmos far from Earth".
  • The TV movie's title, Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker, was a direct reference to Return of the Jedi.

Batman: The Brave and the BoldEdit

  • In the episode Darkseid Descending!, Booster Gold's robot Skeets says "Sir, I'm versed in over six million forms of refridgeration".

Battlestar Galactica (2003)Edit

  • In the episode "Valley of Darkness," Dr. Baltar during preparations for an attack on a Cylon base remarks that "I have a bad feeling about this."
  • In the episode "Unfinished Business," following Anders's and Starbuck's marriage, Apollo tells Anders "Good luck. You're gonna need it." This is a possible reference to the same line of dialogue uttered by Han Solo in Return of the Jedi.
  • In the episode "Dirty Hands," Dr, Baltar mentions that when he was a child he had to "unlearn everything he ever learned" while describing how he changed his speech patterns to overcome his native Aerelon accent.
  • In the episode "Daybreak, Part 2," when Four suggests evacuating the Cylon Colony, which is under attack by the Galactica, One replies, "I think you overestimate their chances!" a reference to Tarkin's comment about the Rebel attack on the Death Star.
  • The original Battlestar Galactica was allegedly created to take advantage of the StarWarsMania of the late 70's/ early 80's.

Ben 10Edit

  • In the episode "Nor Iron Bars a Cage" the security drones say "Uh oh," in a manner similar to the one the Battle Droids do in Star Wars.
  • The character Aggregor bears a strong resemblance to a Zabrak.
  • In the episode "Ben 10,000 Returns", Eon's Servants use weapons similar to lightsabers.
  • After the different factions of the Forever Knights were re-united as one, they began using lightsaber-like weapons.

Beverly Hills, 90210Edit

  • In the episode "Home and Away" some of the lyrics in David Silver's rap song make a reference to Jedis and Yoda.
  • In the episode "Mr. Walsh goes to Washington" Steve comments that Andrea's premature baby, before meeting her, how she could look like Yoda.

The Big Bang TheoryEdit

  • In the first episode it is mentioned that Leonard has Darth Vader shampoo and Luke Skywalker conditioner. When Penny is using Leonard and Sheldon's shower, Leonard lies and says that they belong to Sheldon in order to avoid embarrassment.
  • In "The Big Bran Hypothesis", when Leonard thinks there is an intruder, he emerges from his bedroom brandishing a Luke Skywalker FX Lightsaber, using it as a flashlight and possibly to strike an intruder with.
  • In "The Nerdvana Annihilation", Raj offers a 1979 Millennium Falcon with real Lightspeed sound effects, and in that same episode, Leonard was going to get rid of all his toys including a Darth Vader voice changer.
  • In "The Euclid Alternative", Sheldon wants to return a Star Wars sheet decorated with numerous characters' faces that he bought at Pottery Barn because he doesn't like "the way Darth Vader stares at [him]."
  • In "The Lizard-Spock Expansion", Leonard watches Star Wars: The Clone Wars when Sheldon walks in and comments that he is not watching the show until he sees the Clone Wars movie, saying he prefers George Lucas to disappoint him in the way he (Lucas) intended. Then because Leonard wants to watch it and Sheldon doesn't, he challenges Leonard to a game of Rock-Paper-Scissors-Lizard-Spock.
  • In "The Dead Hooker Juxtaposition" Sheldon claims he enjoys the game of mimicry and says he has been working on Admiral Ackbar. He tries to prove it with a swift cry: "It's a trap!" and prompts Penny to imagine him with a giant squidhead.
  • In "The Vegas Renormalization", the four male characters are playing a game which involves trying to guess a player's chosen character from a sci-fi film. Raj correctly guesses Leonard's chosen character to be C-3PO by asking "Do you kind of look like a shiny Sheldon?" Later in the show Penny tries guessing Sheldon's character by asking "Are you Star Wars?" Sheldon, who was actually Spock, asks Penny how one person can be an entire movie. Later that evening, Sheldon mentions "a galaxy far, far away."
  • In "The Electric Can Opener Fluctuation", Leonard, when asked if Sheldon was still mad at him for making him believe he had made a Nobel Prize-Winning discovery, answers that Sheldon, using a Darth Vader helmet, tried to Force Choke him. Later, while Raj, Leonard and Howard are lunching at CalTech, Sheldon sits at another table and tries to Force Choke them again. Raj pretends to be suffocating because he "feels bad for him."
  • In "The Cornhusker Vortex", Leonard commented to Penny how it's a weird figure of speech to say "We won" when her team won a game. Leonard compared it to watching Star Wars and declaring "We defeated the Empire!".
  • In "The Vengeance Formulation" Howard was fantasizing about sharing a bubble bath with Katee Sackhoff. When Katee asked Howard why he was spending his time fantasizing when he could be out with a real girl, Howard replied "You mean Bernadette?" to which Katee sarcastically retorts "No I mean Princess Leia."
  • In "The Large Hadron Collision", Sheldon proposes that he and Leonard play a game called 'Traitors', in which Sheldon lists three historical figures and Leonard must put them in order of the heinousness of their crimes. Sheldon then names Darth Vader as one of the "historical figures."
  • In "The Excelsior Acquisition" Raj has a shirt with a megaphone which can play the Imperial March.
  • In "The Wheaton Recurrence", Penny said "Do or do not, there is no try", in reply to Leonard's comment of trying harder. She then correctly attributed the quote to The Empire Strikes Back. Leonard then remarked that he's lying in bed with a beautiful woman who can quote Yoda.
  • In "The Zazzy Substitution", Sheldon says that he never identified with the Rebel Alliance and that he's "always been more of an Empire man" "despite their tendency to build Death Stars" after Leonard tells him that Amy might not belong in their "Rebel Alliance" (group).
  • Howard Wolowitz has two lightsabers hanging on the wall above his bed that he turns on when lying on his bed.
  • Sheldon asks Penny to take him to Pottery Barn, holding the Star Wars sheets he wants to return.
  • Leonard is described as "the Jar Jar Binks of his family" when it becomes known how much more successful his siblings are compared to him. Howard then imitates Binks. Later, Leonard imitates Binks.
  • After meeting Dennis Kim, who turns out to be smarter than Sheldon, Sheldon remarks that he senses as disturbance in the Force, to which Leonard replies "A bad feeling I have about this, mmm" in a Yoda voice.
  • In "The Russian Rocket Reaction," Sheldon references A New Hope and says "Excuse me, stormtropper, these are the droid's you're looking for," to which Leonard responds that he's not going to turn R2D2 and C-3PO in to the Empire.
  • In "The Russian Rocket Reaction," Star Wars statuettes are shown in front of a replica sword from Game of Thrones in Stuart's comic shop. Stuart's comic shop also has other Star Wars-related objects.
  • In the "Friendship Recombination" when Sheldon deceptively causes a power outage to win back Leonard's friendship, he takes out a glowstick. Unimpressed, Leonard takes out his glowing Luke Skywalker FX Lightsaber saying "Now this is a glowstick."
  • In the Rothman Disintegration, Sheldon tries to shoot a basketball and advises himself to "Use the Force". He pathetically misses and muses that he should have used more force.
  • In the Weekend Vortex, Sheldon, Bernadette and the guys spend 48 hours playing Star Wars: The Old Republic. Terminology like Blaster, Lightsaber and Landspeeder are used. Sheldon asks Leonard if they should play as the Republic or the Sith Empire and Raj happily proclaims, that "It's on like Alderaan." In the same episode, a poster of the falling Star Destroyer during the Second mission to Raxus Prime in Star Wars: The Force Unleashed can be seen in the comic book store, and towards the end of the episode, a copy of Star Wars: The Old Republic: Revan is present behind Howard in the apartment.
  • In the Hawking Excitation, Sheldon reveals that for his 6th Halloween, he dressed up like his idol Steven Hawking, and got lots of candy, even though everybody thought he was R2-D2.
  • In the Date Night Variable, Stuart and Raj drink out of Chewbacca and Yoda coffee mugs respectively.
  • In "The 21-Second Excitation", Sheldon calls Will Wheaton the "Jar Jar Binks" of the Star Trek universe.
  • In "The Holographic Excitation", Sheldon dresses up as "Raggedy C-3PO".
  • In "The Closure Alternative", Leonard says he always wanted to start a Star Wars themed coffee shop called Brewbacca.
  • Howard has a Darth Talon statuette on his nightstand.
  • In "The Cruciferous Vegetable Amplification", Sheldon's virtual presence setup (comprised of his face on a monitor with a webcam, atop a shirt on a hanger with wheels) attends The Cheesecake Factory with Leonard, Raj, and Howard. After Sheldon exclaims how nice it is that he doesn't have to tolerate their germy breath on his skin, Howard says "I say we just take him to Tatooine and sell him to some Jawas."
  • In "The Proton Transmogrification", the deceased Professor Proton appears to Sheldon who refers to Proton as being his "Obi-Wan" explaining who Obi-Wan is to the confused professor who is now shown as a Force ghost wearing Obi-Wan's outfit. Proton discovers his Lightsaber straps to his side and happily swings it around until he cuts himself, telling Sheldon that he's gonna need a band-aid. 
  • In "The Opening Night Expectation", Howard, Raj, Leonard and Will Wheaton (who traded spots with Sheldon so he could have an intimate night with Amy) attend the premiere of Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Will shows up to the premiere dressed as Spock from Star Trek and is promptly booed by the Star Wars fans with Will saying "live long and suck it!" (a play on Spock's "Live Long and Prosper" quote) in rebuttal to one fan that says "Star Wars stinks!" Will says that he is rooting for the home team due to his role as Wesley Crusher on Star Trek: The Next Generation.
  • In the episode "The Convention Conundrum", Sheldon spends the day with James Earl Jones, hoping to recruit him as a speaker at his own comic book convention that he is hosting after the San Diego Comic-Con is sold out. There are Star Wars references in the episode as Sheldon screams excitedly from a Ferris wheel that he is on there with Darth Vader and he's "nicer than you think!" In a complete reversal, Sheldon ends up annoyed with James' friendship despite the latter being kind-hearted rather than the celebrities growing annoyed with Sheldon. Carrie Fisher also guest stars in the episode as she is seen coming out of her home with a baseball bat when James and Sheldon do a ding dong ditch.

Big BrotherEdit

  • In the sixth season of Big Brother, upon winning Head of Household, contestant Howie Gordon found two lightsabers in his gift basket, dubbing himself "Jedi Howie".

Big Time RushEdit

  • In one episode, while the boys are getting ready to train for their Day With Deke, Gustavo calls them his "young Padawans."
    • Later in the same episode, the boys are commenting that their training was totally worthless and that they sold out just so Deke would like them. Kendall says, "We are not four hockey players from Minnesota anymore. We are four Anakins who went to the Dark Side."
  • In the episode "Big Time Pranks", the ending is a parody of the end of A New Hope.

Black Ops Brothers: Howe and Howe TechEdit

  • In the episode where the fire robot Thermite is being tested in a fire house, Cameron is instructing the company's welder Dee how to weld aluminum, and compares himself to Master Yoda training Luke Skywalker who has crash landed on Dagobah.

BoBoBo-Bo-BoBoBoEdit

  • In one episode, BoBoBo is told by Tuna to use the fleece, a spoof of "use the Force."

Bob's Burgers Edit

  • In the second episode, Linda says everyone sheds it's like a family of Chewbaccas.

BonesEdit

  • The episode "A Boy in a Bush" opens with the character Zack Addy wearing a full body suit and Agent Booth asking, "How does it feel in there, Darth?" When this earns a stare from title character Temperance Brennan, he complains, "Please tell me you've seen at least one Star Wars film."
  • The episode "The Knight on the Grid" has a serial killer training an apprentice, something which Lance Sweets compares to Sith Lords.
  • In the episode "The Princess and the Pear", while wielding an Excalibur movie prop, Doctor Sweets exclaims "An elegant weapon, for a more civilized age". Later, while at a science fiction and fantasy convention, Sweets is growled at by a Wookiee due to wearing a Star Trek uniform.
  • In the episode "The Twisted Bones in the Melted Truck", Lance mentions several things about Star Wars to a suspect.

The BoondocksEdit

  • In the episode "I Dream of Siri" George Lucas asked his Iphone about how many fans were upset that he sold Star Wars to the Walt Disney Company in a commercial.

Breaking BadEdit

  • In the episode "Kafkaesque", Jesse Pinkman ponders what the point of being an outlaw is when you have responsibilities. Jesse's friend Badger says "Darth Vader had responsibilities. He was responsible for the Death Star."

Breakout KingsEdit

  • In the episode "Like Father, Like Son," when Ray steps on a trip wire and activates a bomb, Charlie says that he will try to freeze the detonator and buy Ray some time to escape, saying that he has seen this trick in a movie. When Ray asks what movie, Charlie replies, "Spaceballs."
  • In the episode "Steaks," Lloyd explains that in order to be left alone and unharmed in prison, he used to smear tuna all over his body and then not wash for months. He would also sit alone at chow and talked to himself like a crazy person. According to Lloyd, these two elements created a shield of protection around him like he was "in the Gungan Friggin' Grand Army." None of the other Breakout Kings get the reference except for Julianne, who simply says, "Star Wars." Lloyd happily replies, "My homegirl."

Buffy the Vampire SlayerEdit

  • The show's theme music is performed by Nerf Herder, named after Princess Leia's comment to Han Solo in The Empire Strikes Back.
  • In episode 2x01, "When She Was Bad," Willow and Xander play "Guess the Quote," which includes Obi-Wan's "Use the Force, Luke" line from A New Hope.
  • In episode 2x03, "School Hard," Spike refers to Angel as "his Yoda."
  • In episode 3x19, "Choices," Buffy comments that "Faith's turn to the dark side of the Force has pretty much put the proverbial kibosh on any away school plans for me."
  • In episode 4x01, "The Freshman," Xander attempts to quote Yoda from Episode I: The Phantom Menace in reciting Yoda's "Fear is the path to the dark side" line to Buffy.
  • In episode 4x04, "Fear, Itself," Xander asks Oz if he "feels a disturbance in the Force".
  • In episode 5x17, "Forever," Ben refers to the demon monks of Glory as "Jawa rejects".
  • In episode 6x04, "Flooded," Warren quotes Obi-Wan by saying "The Force can sometimes have great power over the weak minded".
  • In episode 6x05, "Life Serial," Andrew paints an image of the Second Death Star on the side of a van, to the disgust of Warren and Jonathan. Later in the same episode, while spying on Buffy, the three accidentally set off the horn, which plays the Imperial March.
  • In episode 6x06, "All The Way," Willow and Tara attend a Halloween themed dance at the Bronze, where they encounter a couple dressed as Luke Skywalker and Princess Leia.
  • In episode 6x09, "Smashed," Spike attempts to get help from Warren, Andrew and Jonathan by threatening to destroy their Boba Fett action figure.
  • In episode 6x13, "Dead Things," Andrew and Jonathan fight each other with plastic lightsabers.
  • In episode 6x18, "Entropy," Warren refers to Jonathan as "Padawan."
  • In episode 6x21, "Two to Go," Andrew tells Jonathan that "You were out of the Trio a long time ago… in a Galaxy far, far away." Later in the episode, Andrew says that "we've got maybe seconds before Darth Rosenberg grinds everybody into Jawa burgers, and not one of you bunch has the midichlorians to stop her."
  • In episode 7x07, "Conversations with Dead People," Andrew and the First (as Warren) quote Obi-Wan and Yoda's dialogue from Empire as Luke leaves Dagobah.
  • In episode 7x10, "Bring on the Night," Andrew compares himself to "Vader in the last 5 minutes of Jedi with redemptive powers minus a redemptive struggle of epic redemption which chronicles..."
  • In episode 7x11, "Showtime," Andrew says after having been tied to a chair for an episode or two, "I'm bored. Episode I bored."
  • In episode 7x12, "Potential," as Andrew explains to Dawn about having a legacy that she's unaware of, Xander says, "Say Skywalker and I'll smack you." Later in the same scene, Andrew begins explaining how Dawn's new found Slayer potential can be seen as a metaphor to womanhood, but is interrupted by Xander, who says "I'll pay you to talk about Star Wars again."
  • In episode 7x18, "Dirty Girls," Andrew describes Faith as having been seduced by the dark side.

Cat 22Edit

  • In one of the episodes the main character Cat 22 tries to open a fire hydrant while saying the line "And I thought they smelt bad on the outside."
  • At the end of one episode, Cat 22 is in a device that closely resembles a bacta tank.

CastleEdit

  • In the episode "Little Girl Lost", after drawing information out of Beckett by creating a long silence between them in a lift, Castle says "I know, I'm like a Jedi like that".
  • In the episode "Boom!", when a hostage team is sent into a building to catch a serial killer after pinpointing his location, Castle states he feels like "Princess Leia when the Millennium Falcon escaped the Death Star- it was too easy".
  • In the episode "Law & Murder" mentions Richard Castle, Star Wars as a movie to watch.
  • In the episode "The Dead Pool", Richard Castle mentions that Obi-Wan Kenobi, when he was betrayed, just like his situation with Kate Beckett who asked a phone number from Alex Conrad, a friend of Castle, who he felt betrayed from.
  • In the episode "The Final Frontier", a Star Trek-like show features an Ithorian blaster. References are also made to the Blaster, Star Destroyer, and Double-bladed lightsaber.

Celebrity JuiceEdit

  • In the first episode of series 9, Keith Lemon, while saying that Geri Halliwell has been doing yoga, he unintentionally said Yoda. He immediately corrected himself, noting that Yoda is "a green wizard."

Chain ReactionEdit

  • In an episode of the version hosted by Dylan Lane, one of the answers in the bonus round was Han Solo. The two teammates built the question "Who played Luke Skywalker's sidekick?", while the blindfolded teammate guessed incorrectly and said Harrison Ford.

CharmedEdit

  • In the episode "Enter the Demon," Phoebe says "What's on the training schedule for today, Lightsabers?"
  • In the episode "A Witch in Time," Paige mentions a "Jedi Master Warlock".
  • In the episode "Chris Crossed," Wyatt used a power similar to Force Choke.
  • In the episode "That Old Black Magic," at one point, Kyle calls Leo "Obi-Wan".
  • In the episode "Legend of the Sleepy Halliwell," Paige, when talking about Gideon says, "Who does he think he is, Obi-Wan Kenobi?"
  • In the episode "Prince Charmed," a demon says to one of his followers, "I find your lack of faith disturbing."

CheersEdit

  • In the show's first episode, Sam and his ex-wife say they saw Star Wars when they went to the cinema
  • In the episode "Tale of Two Cuties", Frasier, upset that others in the bar have spoiled the ending of a book he is reading, reveals to them that Darth Vader is Luke Skywalker's father. Woody responds by saying, "You know, Darth Vader can't be Luke Skywallker's father. They don't have the same last name."
  • In the episode "The two faces of Norm", Norm responds to Frasier's berating of him by saying, 'Yeah, thank you Obi-Wan Kenobi'
  • Cheers also has episodes entitled "Bar Wars", "Bar Wars II: The Woodman Strikes Back" and "Bar Wars III: Return of Tecumseh", obvious references to the Original trilogy
  • In The Magnificent Six, En Rieu attempts to convince Sam to take up a bet by asking him to come to the Dark Side.

ChowderEdit

  • In the Schnitchzel and the Lead Farful episode, while training Schnitzel in a mountarage Mung Daal pops up and says "Stronger, you are getting," to which Chowder pops up and retorts "Silly, you are talking."
  • Also in Schnitzel and the Lead Farfel episode, while training Schnitzel in the kitchen, Mung Daal holds onto Schnitzel's back as he swings across jungle vines an obvious referance to Episode V
  • In another episode Mung Daal is harvesting a fruit and can be heard saying "stay on target!" A reference to Gold Leader leading his squadron down the Death Star trench while under Imperial attack.
  • In "Hands on the Big Mixer", Gaspacho appears in Jedi robes and tells Chowder he must win the mixer, but then says, "Oh, no! "Mother the Hutt is coming!"
  • In another episode, when a forest of veggies grows, an Ewok-like comes out and says "yub nub."
  • In a certain episode, Chowder is at the bottom of the ocean, and a fish swims up to him and says "I don't like you... My friend doesn't like you either." This is a reference to the alien that says the same exact thing in the cantina bar in A New Hope
  • In the episode Chowder Grows Up, Gazpacho rescues Chowder in the Shmahara Dessert dressed as a Tusken Raider.

ChuckEdit

  • In the season one episode, Chuck Versus the Sizzling Shrimp, Morgan beg Chuck's help saying "Help me Chuck Bartowski, you're my only hope".
  • In the season one episode, Chuck vs. the Sandworm, Sarah presents Chuck with a photoshopped picture of them at Comic Con, dressed as Han Solo and Princess Leia. In the same episode, Sarah also shows up in the Princess Leia slave outfit at Chuck & Ellie's Halloween Party.
  • The season one episode, Chuck vs. the Wookiee, got its name when the casting director noticed the villain (Iqbal Theba)'s hirsuteness and changed the episode title from "Chuck vs. the Speedo" to "Chuck vs. the Wookiee". In the same episode Morgan states that "If Chuck is Solo, Bryce is his Fett".
  • In Season 2, episode 12, Chuck vs. the Third Dimension, the letters "IG-88" appear on screen when a package is revealed to be a bomb.
  • In Season 3 Episode 13 when Chuck tells Morgan he is all he's got to save Sarah, Morgan says "No... there is another" in a Yoda voice.
  • In the Season Three episode, "Chuck vs. the Subway", General Beckman, when she says to Morgan "You're our only hope," the screen flickers and repeats in the same fashion as in Star Wars Episode IV.
  • In the Season 3 finale, Agent Casey's daughter responds to the knowledge that he is her father in the same manner as Luke responds to Darth Vader.
  • In Season 4, episode 2, "Chuck vs. the suitcase", when Agent Casey and Morgan find Jeff and Lester on the run, Lester says: "We are not the men you are looking for."
  • In season 5, episode 5, "CHuck vs. the Hack Off,," Morgan arrives to help break Casey out of Prison and says over the radio "Prisoner transfer to CB-11-3-8," It's nearly the same as the line Luke delivers in Episode IV.

Clerks: The Animated SeriesEdit

  • There is a "token black character" named Lando who makes sporadic appearances.
  • Yoda and Obi-Wan show up as Force ghosts and snub Charles Barkley, who says, "That's cold, Obi-Wan"
  • In episode 1.1, a letter is read from someone named Richard Vader.
  • In episode 1.2, Dante, Randal, Jay and Silent Bob are trapped in a freezer. Dante remarks that it is "Hoth cold", while Randal replies "Move around. Make more Star Wars references. It helps to stay warm". Later on, Jay says "Man, it's cold in here, like that planet Hoth in Empire", to which Dante replies "We already made that Star Wars reference". Jay then remarked that if they all had lightsabers, they could cut open Silent Bob and crawl inside him to stay warm.
  • In episode 1.3, Leonardo Leonardo's servant says while Leonardo Leonardo is lying in bed "If any of my parts or circuits would help, I would gladly donate them."
  • In episode 1.4, George Lucas is called to the stand during Dante's trial. Randal, acting as Dante's lawyer, then grills George Lucas about the plot holes between The Phantom Menace and the Original Trilogy.
  • In episode 1.6, people are seen standing in line for the autograph of "the guy who cleaned the latrines during the Episode I location shoot". Also, two guys come in with an invitation to a Halloween party. On the invitation, it says "no Darth Mauls, please". A third reference is Randal and Dante discussing why Princess Leia is not Queen of Alderaan, to which Dante said "Her mother had been dead before Alderaan blew up, so wouldn't she be Queen already?" Randal states the whole movie is flawed, like stating for example why do the lightsabers stop where they do. Dante attributes it to the Force, and Randal says "Ah, that's your answer for everything".

The Cleveland ShowEdit

  • In the episode "Love Rollercoaster", Cleveland Jr. builds a rocket for a science project; when the rocket takes off, it explodes, and several TIE fighters emerge from it, firing on Cleveland Jr.'s rivals.

Code MonkeysEdit

  • In the first episode, the character Dave makes a reference to Star Wars when he notes that "you can cut [a donkey] open like a tauntaun and live inside it".
  • In The Revenge of Matsui during Dave's talk with Yogetsu there is a lightsaber and Darth Vader's mask burning in the background.
  • In E.T. while Dave is giving ideas to Jerry to make the E.T. game he mentions "he's from Tatooine".
  • In Vegas, Baby! Dave and Jerry talk to former Gameavision CEO Steve Wozniak, who is driving Luke Skywalker's land speeder from Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.
  • In E.T. while Dave falsely describes the movie E.T. he says "well he fights kids with a lightsaber"
  • In The Revenge of Matsui after Harrison Ford stabs Dave he says" Han Solo cut me, awesome Jerry take a picture"
  • In the episode Car Robbers Sunnyvale, Jerry's severed hand is replaced with a robotic hand in a scene mimicing Luke's hand being replaced in The Empire Strikes Back

Codename: Kids Next DoorEdit

  • Primitive versions of many Star Wars vehicles are seen in the show, made of wood or school buses.
  • Episode #49, "Operation: S.N.O.W.I.N.G", is, in its entirety, a parody of The Empire Strikes Back. There are also nerds (called the "Honor Roll") who wear books that allow them to roll around like Droidekas.
  • In episode #54, "Operation: E.L.E.C.T.I.O.N.S", the K.N.D. attack a middle school, the battle being similar to the Battle of Yavin in A New Hope. Numbuh One's final escape from the middle school is a parody of the Millennium Falcon' escape from the Death Star in Return of the Jedi.

The Colbert ReportEdit

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  • The first episode of The Colbert Report took place on the day Peter Mayhew received his American citizenship. At the end of the episode, Stephen Colbert brought this point up, stating that the day was a type of new beginning for Peter Mayhew, in that he received his US citizenship, just as it was a type of new beginning for the show, "in that it is, in fact, the actual beginning of the show." He then stated it was the sworn duty of the United States to claim as many Star Wars actors as possible ("except for Alec Guinness, who died before we could get to him") and ended the show with, "goodbye, or as Chewbacca would say it, 'raaaaaaaargh!'"
  • On the 31 January 2006 episode of The Colbert Report, Stephen admonished eBay sellers, pointing out an autographed picture of "Stephen Colbert" he purchased from the site—which, in reality, was a picture of Lando Calrissian, although "strangely enough, that's my actual signature."
  • On the 2 March 2006 episode, Stephen mentions Star Wars during his "The DaColbert Code" segments, which is later repeated on a later episode.
  • On the 29 March 2006 episode, Stephen mentioned in the intro, "Brute Bartlett says that George Bush is ruining Ronald Reagan's legacy. He must not mean Star Wars, since George Lucas already ruined that."
  • On the 3 April 2006 episode, Stephen said that "clones make a lot of people nervous," to which The Word added, "Yoda, for one."
  • On the 20 April 2006 episode, when guest Ralph Nader said that corporations holding the rights of people was like robots holding the rights of people, Stephen responded by saying, "What do you have against droids? Star Wars, the whole saga was about the droids, droid oppression."
  • On the 17 May 2006 show, when talking about the "betrayal" of his "black friend," Alan, Stephen said, "I always knew Alan was as dashing as Billy Dee Williams. But I never figured he'd be my Lando Calrissian."
  • On the 10 August 2006 show, Colbert profiled California's 6th congressional district, which contains the Skywalker Ranch. He mentioned Skywalker Ranch and George Lucas, and briefly pretended to fight enemies in front of a greenscreen. After this, fans across the internet began creating their own special effects for the greenscreen scene, and a few days later, Colbert made it official with. Stephen Colbert Greenscreen Challenge. See Colbert to Reveal Greenscreen Winner at StarWars.com. At the awarding of the winning entry on October 11, Lucas himself arrived on the show and presented an entry made by ILM. At the end of the episode, Lucas and Colbert entered a lightsaber fight that ended with Lucas killing Colbert.
  • On the September 12, 2006 show, Colbert used a lightsaber to open a door for President Bush, when Bush was trying to open a locked door in China.
  • The spoof-cartoon Stephen Colbert Presents Stephen Colbert's The New Tek Jansen Adventures spoofs Star Wars several ways, including the opening scrawl, incorrect use of "parsec" and scenes mirroring the Millennium Falcon docking at the Death Star.
  • On the November 2, 2006 show (episode 170), Colbert interviews Ron Reagan, a proponent of stem cell research. According to Colbert, "His dad had Star Wars, he's got Attack of the Clones."
  • On the 11 January 2007 show (episode 195), Colbert relates the effects of Apple's new iPhone to Princess Leia's metal bikini.
  • On the January 29 2007 show, Colbert kept referring to his guest Barry Lando as Lando Calrissian.
  • On the April 9, 2007 show, Colbert warns against the future threat of "an army of super-gay clones," stating that he mistakenly rented "Sperm Wars II: Attack of the Bones," which had a better Anakin actor than Hayden Christensen.
  • During the April 19, 2007 show, Colbert said "Metaphor be with you", in a reference to "May the Force be with you", for the show's Metaphor-Off.
  • On the June 28, 2007 show (episode 281), Colbert states that because Unity08 is having its convention online, only "computer nerds" will attend. Hence, the chosen candidates will be Doctor Who and Chewbacca.
  • On the October 3, 2007 show (episode 318), Colbert wonders if Matthew Reinhart will have the "balls" to stick to an October 9 release date for Star Wars: A Pop-Up Guide to the Galaxy or if he would "crumble like a B1 battle droid." Colbert's I Am America (And So Can You!) was released on the same day.
  • On the January 21, 2009 episode, Colbert began to look forward to the 2012 elections, using a logo in the Star Wars font, and a clip that edited President Obama to look like Jabba the Hutt, Nancy Pelosi as Salacious B. Crumb, and Harry Reid as Princess Leia in her bikini.
  • On the April 27, 2009 show, Colbert "ate" the Ewok Wicket (a large teddy bear with an apple stuffed in its mouth).
  • On the June 3, 2009 show, Colbert displays a news article on the National Ignition Facility, which bears striking similarity to the Death Star. Upon making the connection, and playing a clip from Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope, Colbert exclaims "WE HAVE A DEATH STAR", and black balloons fall from the ceiling as The Imperial March plays. We Have a Death Star!
  • One of the scenes from the intro to his segment Stephen Colbert's Skate Expectations: Kicking Ice and Taking Donations on the Slippery Slope Down the Icy Path to the Frozen Road Up to Vancouver '010 shows Colbert riding across the screen on a tauntaun and wearing Rebel Hoth gear.
  • On the February 11, 2010 show, Admiral Ackbar is seen along with Republicans saying "It's a trap!" in reference to part of Obama's political agenda.
  • On the August 24, 2010 show, Colbert envisions himself and Boba Fett fighting Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
  • On the March 6, 2012 show, Colbert began a segment on Eric Holder by implicitly comparing him to Lando Calrissian.
  • On the May 3, 2012 episode, Colbert makes a deliberately convoluted and inaccurate Star wars analogy, comparing the Republican party to the Rebel Alliance. He does this to mock a Fox News commentator's similarly convoluted football analogy.

CommunityEdit

  • In the first season episode "Basic Genealogy," Chang tells a burka-dressed woman: "Hey, Phantom Menace! How's the trade embargo with the Naboo?"
  • In the second season episode "For a Few Paintballs More" Abed takes Starburns' vest and acts as Han Solo during the second part of the season finale. During the same episode, the paintball "soldiers" deployed by City College resemble and are referred to as stormtroopers.

Corner GasEdit

  • In the first season episode "Hook, Line, and Sinker", police officer Davis Quinton and his partner Constable Karen Pelly engage in a discussion on the possible outcomes of a duel between Darth Vader and Darth Maul.
  • In episode 15 of season 6, entitled "R2 Bee Too", Officer Quinton bids on what he thinks is the original R2-D2 on eBay. After selling his ski-boat to pay for his bid, he is disappointed to receive only a garbage can, a flashlight, a slide whistle, some miscellaneous lumber, and a "letter of authenticity" signed by "George Lukas" (sic) and written on a pizza box.

Countdown with Keith OlbermannEdit

CouplingEdit

  • In the episode Size Matters, Patrick, Jeff and Sally are poking fun at each other's political parties. Patrick tells Sally "You're the evil Empire!", and begins humming the Star Wars theme, while Jeff hums The Imperial March. Patrick then starts talking to Sally in the voice of Darth Vader, holding a glass over his mouth for better effect.
  • In The Melty Man Cometh episode, the Melty Man is a clear reference to Darth Vader, speaking with a Vader like voice and his hand showing with a Vader-like glove. Patrick also says to the Melty Man "You killed my erection!" As a reference to The Empire Strikes Back, the Melty Man replies "No, Patrick, I *am* your erection!" When the Melty Man is first described by Jeff and Steve one of the descriptions is Darth Vader without the helmet.
  • At the beginning of the episode Naked, the text "A long time ago, in a relationship far away..." is displayed.

Courage the Cowardly DogEdit

  • In one episode, a ghost haunting the farm house says "Wait, I sense a disturbance in the Force."

CSI: Crime Scene InvestigationEdit

  • Someone in a Boba Fett costume can be seen in a crowd in different parts of the 2009 episode 'A Space Oddity.
  • At the end of the 2009 episode A Space Oddity, when Wendy translates the "Velikon" line Hodges said to her in the beginning of the episode, the text is shown in Aurebesh.
  • In the episode "Hitting for the Cycle" a female suspect refers the death victim as Jabba the Hutt.

Criminal MindsEdit

  • In the episode Identity Dr. Spencer Reid states to Agent Derek Morgan that "A popular theory among leading astrophysicists estimate that the hyper-matter reactor would need about 10 to the 32nd joules of energy to destroy a planet the size of Earth. Now, Lucas said it took 19 years to build the first Death Star, right, but if you look at The New Essential Chronology there’s a test bed prototype for a super laser that’s been… Where you going?"

Curb Your EnthusiasmEdit

  • In the episode "The Bowtie," Larry David responds to a query of "what starts with a J and ends with an I" with "Jedi."

CyberchaseEdit

  • In a "Cybercase For Real" segment while a child is fixing valves in an interactive space shuttle exhibit, Bianca tells her to "Use the Force" while holding up three fingers on each hand.

The Daily ShowEdit

  • On the December 6, 2001 episode, Matt Walsh said that the Taliban complex at Tora Bora had one weakness—a thermal exhaust port.
  • In one episode, the Imperial March was used in accompaniment to footage of G8 leaders.
  • On the February 13, 2006 episode, Ed Helms lists "that metal egg Darth Vader sleeps in" as a part of Dick Cheney's entourage.
  • On the February 16, 2006 episode, Jon Stewart mocked the Republican Party's decision to edit scenes from A New Hope to make a promotional movie depicting themselves as fighting against "an evil Democrat Empire," to which Stewart replied, "You control the White House, both houses of Congress, the Supreme Court—you're not rag-tag rebels fighting against the Empire, you are the Empire! Besides, Star Wars references are so lame..." In response, a hologram of Princess Leia appeared, repeating, "I know you masturbated to me in the Seventies."
  • On the April 17, 2006 episode, a segment on Donald Rumsfeld was titled "War Wars" using the Star Wars font.
  • On the April 20 2006 episode, Jon Stewart referred to "President Bush's long-term advisor, Emperor Palpatine—I mean, Karl Rove..."
  • On the April 26, 2006 episode, John Hodgman says that Lobot is one of President Bush's historians chosen to chronicle the Iraq war.
  • On the January 25, 2007 episode, Jon Stewart attempted to address Dick Cheney as a "kindred spirit" by donning a Darth Vader mask. Attempting to stay in character, Stewart quipped, "I can crush people's throats with my mind... but you... if I pulled the [bleeped] you've pulled, I'd be in the Sarlacc pit faster than you could say Greedo! The writers have assured me that that makes sense."
  • On the April 16, 2007 episode, Jon asks Andrew Card to come over to the light side, because the Force was strong in him. Andrew responds by saying "May the Force be with you."
  • On the October 10, 2007 episode, Lynne Cheney presented Jon Stewart with a figure of Darth Vader. (Her husband Dick has been compared to Vader in the past.)
  • On the October 11, 2007 episode, footage of the Destruction of Alderaan was used in the "Prepare to Die: Showdown With the Sun" segment.
  • On the November 6, 2008 episode, footage of the Endor celebration of the destruction of the Death Star was used to illustrate celebration of Barack Obama's election.
  • On the January 20, 2009 episode that covered the inauguration of President Obama, Jon noted that former Vice-President Dick Cheney's temporary wheelchair (required due to a back injury when leaving) made him look like a supervillain. He stated the only way for him to look more evil would be to play the "Star Wars Imperial March" and pet a white cat (a reference to James Bond's nemesis Ernst Stavro Blofeld). In the following day's episode, a clip was edited to show Cheney in his wheelchair, passing Obama's presidential motorcade, with the Imperial March playing. Cheney in his wheelchair appeared again the following day, with the Imperial March yet again accompanying. Later, Jon said that Cheney "was this" and showed a clip from The Empire Strikes Back in which Vader says "If you only knew the power of the dark side." New Vice-President Joe Biden, meanwhile, is illustrated with a clip of Dark Helmet from Spaceballs, removing his mask as he exclaims, "I can't breathe in this thing!"
  • On the January 29, 2009 episode, during a discussion about robots, Jon wondered if man and robot could together form a clone army which could be used to conquer Tatooine. A few minutes later, there was a mention of General Grievous.
  • On the February 10, 2009 episode, Jon compliments Sam Stein, journalist for the Huffington Post, with "Well done, young Jedi."
  • In the May 21, 2009 episode, Bill Kristol says he sides with Darth Vader over Luke Skywalker, and Stewart mocks him.
  • In the June 12, 2009 episode, Stewart shows a clip of the Galactic Senate while doing a report on the recent European Parliament election.
  • In the January 5, 2010 episode, George Lucas was the guest on the show. After Jon introduced him, he started bombarding George with questions as to how Darth Vader and Palpatine sensed no disturbance in the Force when Leia was brought to Alderaan by her adoptive father. They primarily talked about the new book "George Lucas's Blockbusting: A Decade-by-Decade Survey of Timeless Movies Including Untold Secrets of Their Financial and Cultural Success," though Lucas was not involved in writing it. They also discussed various aspects of Star Wars, primarily pertaining to non-in-universe subjects. The next day, Jon Stewart joked about an upcoming Lego video game version of the interview, which he said "was horrible."
  • In the February 11, 2010 episode, Stewart mocked conservative pundits and congressmen who believed an upcoming health care summit was a "trap" for Congressional Republicans, by showing Admiral Ackbar, incorrectly named as Senator Ackbar, in his famous "It's a trap!" quote.
  • On July 4, 2010 episode, Jon Stewart mentioned that the heat wave in New York "made Hoth feel like Tatooine."
  • On the August 24, 2010 episode, Jon Stewart covered the recent controversy regarding radio talk show host Laura Schlessinger. After enormous amounts of people became infuriated with her for using a racial slur eleven times and making inconsiderate remarks regarding a caller's marriage-related issue, Schlessinger quit her radio show. She later said she wants to regain her First Amendment rights by being able to say what she wants on the radio without people becoming angry with her. Jon Stewart exclaims in response, "You’re quitting because you want to control people’s reactions to the crazy [things] you say? I don’t think that’s a First Amendment issue; that’s a Jedi mind trick issue. [In an Obi-Wan Kenobi voice accompanied by a hand motion] These are not the epithets you’re looking for."
  • On the June 13, 2011 episode, Stewart compared his pubic hair Endor, contrasting himself with the mostly hairless body of Anthony Weiner.
  • On the July 28, 2011 episode, Stewart pretends to be Chuck Schumer summarizing The Empire Strikes Back, mocking an incident where Schumer summarized The Town.
  • On the February 29, 2012 episode, a clip is played of Michael Steele comparing Mitt Romney to a Death Star. Jon Stewart and John Oliver mock the metaphor as inapt.
  • On the June 6, 2012 episode, Stewart discusses the death of terrorist Abu Yahya al-Libi. Stewart said he had the greatest disparity between silliness of name and "meanness" since Pol Pot and "Jar Jar Hitler."
  • On the June 26, 2012 episode, Stewart mentions the Death Star's destruction of Alderaan in reference to hyperbolic criticism of President Obama.
  • On the June 29, 2012 episode, Stewart played a clip of Admiral Ackbar as part of a montage.
  • On the October, 16th episode, Stewart discussed the night's US presidential debate, which took place after the Daily Show was filmed. Stewart claimed that Romney cut off Obama's hand and said he was his father, a reference to The Empire Strikes Back.
  • On the January 23, 2013 episode, Stewart played a clip of Luke Skywalker riding a tauntaun in reference to the cold weather in New York at the time.

Dancing with the StarsEdit

  • Joey Fatone danced with Kim Johnson to the Star Wars theme music in season 4.
  • Buzz Aldrin and Ashly Costa danced to the Star Wars theme music in season 10.
  • In the Australian version, season 8, Luke Jacobz and Luda Kroitor danced to the Star Wars theme song.
  • Billy Dee Williams and Emma Slater danced to the Star Wars theme music in season 18.

Danny PhantomEdit

  • In, "What You Want", while Danny and Tucker are buying skateboard wheels at a swap meet, there is a Darth Vader helmet on display.
  • In "Maternal Instinct", Danny's mother, Maddie Fenton, uses a device resembling a green double-bladed lightsaber to defeat a horde of attacking ghost animals.
  • In "Control Freaks", the slogan for Circus Gothica is "Cross over to the Dark Side".
  • In "The Fenton Menace",The episode title is a direct reference to "The Phantom Menace" despite the episode not having any reference to Star Wars whatsoever.
  • In "The Fright Before Christmas", a series of toys entitled "Space Wars" come to life, and the action figures in question bear strong resemblances to Chewbacca, R2-D2, and stormtroopers.
  • The episode "Reality Trip" features many Star Wars cosplayers at the San Diego Comic Fab (A reference to the San Diego Comi-con). Danny also uses the Reality Gauntlet, a la Jedi Mind Trick on the Guys in White and says, "He's not the ghost you're looking for" in order to have them leave his family and friends alone.
  • The episode "Urban Jungle" features Mark Hamill voicing the villain Undergrowth, and has various references to Star Wars, like Danny being healed in a tank after being found frozen and unconscious.

Dark AngelEdit

  • In the episode "Borrowed Time", Max and Alec steal an extremely rare copy of Star Wars: Episode 7.

Dark Matter Edit

  • In one episode is mentioned Star Wars movie "but it's Star Wars 36, remastered in full VR. They say it's classic."

De 25Edit

  • In De 25 meest opmerkelijke tv persoonlijkheden (English: The 25 most notable TV personalities) is a Star Wars theme used.

Degrassi: The Next GenerationEdit

  • In the episode The Lexicon of Love, the girl in the movie that the audience is watching says "Jay, when I was born, Star Wars had already been out on video for 10 whole years."

DexterEdit

Dexter's LaboratoryEdit

  • In the episode "The Muffin King", Dexter's Dad attempts to steal a batch of muffins Dexter is guarding, he enters the kitchen from the shadows, saying "Dexter...I am your father!" to which Dexter replies "That is not possible! Oh, wait...No, you're right." Dexter's Dad then says "So join me, come to the muffin side. Don't resist Dexter, it is your destiny.", and then controls him to make him get the muffins.
  • Originally, Dexter's archnemesis, Mandark, had a lab with a Death Star attached to it.
  • The password to enter Dexter's lab is "Star Wars".
  • Dexter's computer once told him the odds of failing, to which Dexter replied "Never tell me the odds."
  • In one episode, a bunch of Dexter's past inventions have cornered him for abandoning them so long ago. Dexter attempts to escape by pointing behind them and saying, "Look, it's R2-D2!" The robots fall for it and Dexter runs away as fast as he can. One of the robots then says, "Alert! He's escaping! R2-D2 is not here!"
  • In one episode Dexter is trapped in his computer by a video game, and sends a robot resembling an astromech droid to Dee-Dee that projected a holographic image of him asking for help.
  • In one episode Dexter and his friends are playing a Role Playing Game similar to Dungeons and Dragons when Dexter yelled out "Use the Force!"
  • In the episode "Last But Not Beast," while attempting to stop a giant monster, a group of pilots try to wrap tether lines around the monsters legs like the Snowspeeders do the the AT-ATs in the Empire Strikes Back. The dialogue is similar as when they are seen Agent Honeydew tells them to "cut the lines, they have been spotted."
  • In the episode "Star Check Unconventional," at the end a person is seen wearing a Boba Fett mask.
  • In the episode "No Power Trip," Dexter builds a machine that looks like the rebel Hoth base shield generator.

Defying GravityEdit

  • In the episode "Bacon," when Zoe asks Dr. Tina Winkler about her decision to leave the space program, Winkler replies that she "realized that she made a better doctor than Skywalker."

Dilbert (TV show)Edit

  • In the Episode 2KY, an episode about the Millennium Bug Phenomenon, The Pointy haired boss Mistakes the Millennium Bug for the Millennium Falcon.

Di-Gata DefendersEdit

  • The primary antagonist, Lord Nazmul, is possibly a reference to Kueller in that he used to be a good guy, has a skull for his head (a reference to his Hendanyn death mask), has mystical powers, and has a subordinate named Brackus (a reference to Brakiss).

Dirty JobsEdit

  • Before going into a bat cave, Mike Rowe is warned of high levels of carbon dioxide and ammonia. After putting on the breathing mask he asks the camera, "Do I look like Darth Vader?" and then starts quoting lines from Star Wars.
  • While herding heifers into a pen, Mike looks at the prodder he is given to coax them in and calls it a lightsaber.

Doctor WhoEdit

  • At the start of the 1978 story Invasion of Time echoes the opening of A New Hope, with a smaller ship being chased by a far bigger ship, like a Star Destroyer.
  • In the 1989 serial "Survival" the Doctor's companion Ace and a friend joke about a mutual acquaintance nicknamed "Darth Vader the brain-dead plumber".
  • In the 2005 story "The Christmas Invasion", the duel between the Doctor and the Sycorax leader is reminiscent of the scene where Darth Vader and Luke duel. The Doctor's hand is also cut off. In the same episode, the Torchwood laser is similar to the Death Star's.
  • The hand later becomes a plot device in various episodes before growing into another Doctor.
  • Donna Noble refers to UNIT soldiers as Stormtroopers in the 2008 episode, "The Sontaran Stratagem", though this could very well could have been a reference to Nazi StormTroopers.
  • In the 2009 animated special Dreamland, The Doctor makes reference to Star Wars amongst other movies where the main characters have to escape an enclosed space.
  • In "The End of Time", The Doctor visits Jack Harkness in a bar paying a tribute to the Mos Eisley cantina.
  • In the episode The "The Beast Below", the director uses several wipes between scenes, similar to the type George Lucas favors in his Star Wars films
  • In a scene filmed for the DVD release of Series 5 that takes place between the episodes "Flesh and Stone" and "The Vampires of Venice", the Eleventh Doctor compares himself to "Space Gandalf. Or the little green guy in Star Wars" before imitating a lightsaber.
  • In the 2013 episode "Nightmare in Silver", during the exterior shot of Porridge's ship, writing in Aurebesh is visible on the hull, paralleling the presence of an unidentified human empire in this episode. It may also a reference to Warwick Davis, who plays Porridge, who is revealed to be the Emperor.

Downtown no Gaki no Tsukai ya Arahende!!Edit

  • During one of Downtown's popular "No-Laughing Punishment Games" cast members would show up dressed (cheaply) as Darth Vader, R2-D2, and C-3PO. Whenever a Star Wars character appeared, John Williams's famous theme would play.

Drake & JoshEdit

  • There is a parody of the Star Wars franchise in one episode called "The Battle of Panthatar". In this episode Drake & Josh are banned from a party and sneak in with a Red SkyNaut outfit, which is very similar to a Stormtrooper armor. Once inside they recreate a battle sequence with lightsabers from the movie "Galaxy Wars". Many of these elements reappear in iCarly, another show by the same creator as Drake and Josh.
  • When Josh gets Drake out of class after telling the teacher that the principal wants to talk to Drake, he reveals to Drake that he lied to the teacher to save Drake from his rowdy classmates. Drake responds by saying to Josh, "I love you", and Josh responds, "I know" (which is reminiscent to Han Solo and Leia's last conversation before Han is frozen in carbonite, although it is said in a brotherly way or in jest).
  • In the episode "Pool Shark", at the movie theater, when Josh finds out Drake used him to make money on pool bets, a poster can be seen advertising "The Empress Fights Back", a parody of Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back. The poster shows two moons. The title is also seen on the list of movies playing outside the theater in the episode "Little Diva".

Drawn TogetherEdit

Duck DodgersEdit

  • In a chapter where the young cadet and Duck Dodgers "die", they look like Force ghosts. Throughout the same chapter other references are made: Dodgers shows plans of the Invictus (similar to the Death Star) and when the cadet asks him where he got them, he says from "this cute little robot." The robot consists of two boxes and a trash can and looks like R2-D2. The end of the same chapter could be compared to the end of Episode IV.
  • The Samurai Jack parody episode has the Aku parody character reveal that he is Dodgers' father and offers him to join him to rule the galaxy as father and son. When Dodgers refuses, he is zapped with lightning.
  • Another reference to Star Wars is in the episode where Duck Dodgers and Cadet get really old. Duck Dodgers says (to a REALLY young Martian commander) "don't you 'mama dada' me! Or I'll slice you to bits with my laser saber!", an obvious reference to the lightsaber.

E!'s 25 Most Memorable Swimsuit MomentsEdit

  • For the number 2 spot, the announcer said, "Calling Bo Derek 'hot' is kind of like calling Darth Vader 'temperamental.'"

Earth: Final ConflictEdit

  • Several episodes feature Lightsaber-like weapons called "Energy Knives" which have short blades like shoto.

Everest: Beyond the LimitEdit

  • In the episode Into the Death Zone, one of the climbers admits, "I've succumbed to the dark side."

Everybody Hates ChrisEdit

  • In one episode, Tonya says that "Mister" (from The Color Purple) was the only villain better than Darth Vader.
  • In another episode, the family is discussing black actors, and Julius mentions a role as being held by James Earl Jones. Tonya immediately corrects that erroneous statement and says that James Earl Jones provided the voice of Darth Vader.
  • In an episode about Halloween, Tonya dresses as Darth Vader.
  • In one episode when Rochelle asks Risky for an autographed picture of Billy Ocean, Risky looks through several photos, one being Billy Dee Williams.
  • In another episode, where the tv was stolen, Drew is seen looking at a tv guide with Lando Calrissian on the cover.

Everybody Loves RaymondEdit

  • In the episode "Working Girl", Ray Barone states to brother Robert "I sense a disturbance in the Force" moments before their mother walks in.
  • In an episode when Robert starts dating a younger woman, Raymond tries to explain to Robert that Debra is upset about that. Robert says that she seemed fine and Raymond says "there a side of Debra that you don't see...Darth Debra"

Extreme TrainsEdit

  • In the episode following Union Pacific's refrigerator line from Wallula, Washington, to Schenectady, New York, while cleaning the inside of a steam locomotive in Scranton, Pennsylvania, host Matt Bown is wearing a mask for dust and says to the engineer, "Bruce, I am your father."

The Fairly OddparentsEdit

  • In the original 7-minute pilot episode featured on Oh Yeah! Cartoons, when Timmy's fairies send Vicky into space, they are seen both wearing Darth Vader helmets (without the mask portion) while piloting TIE Fighters. Wanda says "The force is strong with this one" while Cosmo says "'I am your father!' I've always wanted to say that."
  • The TV movie "Abra-Catastrophe!" begins with a parody of Star Wars, showing Timmy Turner fighting Darth Vader on Bespin. Jar Jar Binks shows up, but is thrown off the edge and the duel resumes. Later, Timmy is hanging on the platform. Vader tries to persuade him to join him on the Dark Side. Timmy says no because Vader killed his father. Vader says he is his father, then lifts his mask, revealing he is Cosmo, one of Timmy's fairies, and says "Your godfather." Timmy then asks Cosmo to give him a hand, but he just cuts one of Timmy's off. Timmy later sees himself as Spiderman and is being chased by the Green Goblin. Timmy comes up to him, when Jar Jar appears. Timmy picks up Jar Jar and uses him to knock the Green Goblin away. He then sees himself at the wheel of a car, when Cosmo, dressed as Vader and unmasked, pops up beside him and says "Hi Timmy. I've got your hand." Jar Jar then shows up yet again, and is stepped on by a dinosaur in a parody of Jurassic Park.
  • In "Hard Copy," Timmy makes a magical copy of everything in his catalogue, including "Space Wars" toys, resulting in "Dark Laser" (parody of Darth Vader) attempting to take over the world. Dark Laser reappears in "Escape from Unwish Island", "When L.O.S.E.R.S. Attack", and "Mission: Responsible." In the same episode, "Hard Copy," there are several Droideka-like robots deployed by Dark Laser, two of which are destroyed when Wanda activates her lightsaber (which is her wand) to deflect the blaster bolts fired at them. Also, Timmy pilots a "Starfighter" which closely resembles a Y-wing while wearing a helmet that clearly resembles a Rebel pilot's helmet. Later, Cosmo flies in at the last minute to save Timmy and Wanda in his own fighter (a green pet carrier), much like Han Solo's sudden reappearance in the Death Star battle in A New Hope. Dark Laser's ship is also called the Death Ball, an obvious parody of the Death Star.
  • In one episode, Wanda uses her magic to freeze Cosmo in carbonite because he looks hideous at the moment. Later in the episode, both Cosmo and Wanda are frozen in carbonite.
  • In an episode where Timmy tries to lose his buck teeth, one of the nicknames given to him by this feature was Chewbacca.
  • In another episode, Mark Chang throws a ball at Chester, breaking his teeth, and the dentist says "I feel a disturbance... in my wallet!"
  • Another episode features a scene in which Timmy is skating through the dense jungle, with Cosmo on his back saying "Learn to skate in harsh environments, you must!" a reference to when Yoda trained Luke in The Empire Strikes Back.
  • Wishology
    • Timmy is the "Chosen One" in reference to the fact that Anakin Skywalker is the Chosen One.
    • Wishology: The Exciting Middle Part is a complete parody of Star Wars:
      • Jorgen Von Strangle says "I sense a disturbance in the Fairy Force, as if thousands of voices suddenly cried out at once," which is directly referring to a quote made by Obi-Wan Kenobi in A New Hope.
      • On their way to Planet Frigidarium, the group dresses up as the main characters of Star Wars: Timmy is dressed as Luke Skywalker, Mark Chang as R2-D2, Mr. Crocker as Chewbacca, and Vicky as Princess Leia. Inside the cantina, Crocker clears his throat in a way that sounds like Chewbacca's voice. All the aliens inside resemble other characters from Star Wars.
    • The opening sequence of "The Final Ending" features text that briefly recaps the conclusion of the previous part of the Wishology story in the style of the Star Wars opening crawl.
  • In one episode, Timmy's old enemy Remy Buxaplenty appears, and one of Timmy's friends, AJ, pulls out a lightsaber referencing Mace Windu.
  • In the episode "Microphony", an army of kids use a microphone that makes your voice significantly deeper and claim they are a radio presenter. Timmy's friend Chester gets the microphone and says "Luke, I am your Father."
  • In "Merry Wishmas", Chester yells "May the cheese be with you!"
  • In "Christmas Every Day", one of Timmy's toys is a giant Darth Vader sculpture.
  • In "Anti-Poof", Foop says "The Force is strong with you, Poof." Foop repeats it in "Spellementary School".
  • In "Vicky Gets Fired", Vicky becomes the "World Empress of Everything that Breeds", which is a parody of the Galactic Emperor.
    • Also in the same episode, after becoming Empress, she flies over the town in a giant ship, which resembles an Imperial star destroyer.
  • In the episode "Spellementary School", once Foop turns the school awry, he battles with lightsabers with Poof (Rattle handles and baby bottle handles) Poof sports Obi-Wan Kenobi's tunic and Foop sports Darth Maul's mask, in reference to their battle in Episode I.
  • In the episode "When L.O.S.E.R.S. Attack", Timmy is riding in a ship that closely resembles the Millenium Falcon. On top of that, inside the ship, Timmy is dressed like Han Solo, Cosmo has a Princess Leia hairdo, Wanda takes the form of Chewbacca, and Poof takes the form of R2-D2.

FallenEdit

In this ABC Family miniseries, angels and nephilim use lightsaber-like weapons with blades made out of fire, and use swordfighting choreography that strongly resemble the lightsaber duels from the Star Wars movies.

Falling SkiesEdit

In the series premiere, the Human resistance is using Star Wars miniature figures as pieces on a tactical map. A figure of a B1 battle droid and The Clone Wars model of Anakin Skywalker can be seen, among others.

La Familia P.LucheEdit

  • In the episode "La tele", Federica and Ludovico watch the TV of the neighbors with binoculars, and Ludovico says "...aqui es cuando le dice, Luke, soy tu padre" ("here's when he says: Luke, I am your father"), obviously a reference to The Empire Strike Back.

Family GuyEdit

"Lucasfilm has been... unbelievably supportive of... the show. And again, a lot of companies are very uptight, and they [Lucasfilm], you know, have the enlightened viewpoint: 'Hey, the more our stuff is out there....'"
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  • In "Stewie Griffin: The Untold Story", Peter is on a newscast with his segment, "What Grinds My Gears". In one of his segments, he says "Know what really grinds my gears? When I can't find the droids I'm looking for." It then shows two stormtroopers sitting in armchairs who say, "Yeah, what's up with that?". Later in that film, Stewie, trying to chase his future self takes a car surrounded by Jawas by shooing them away.
  • In "Chitty Chitty Death Bang", Stewie freezes an
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    airline pilot in carbonite so he can pass down his wisdom.
  • In "Peter, Peter, Caviar Eater", Peter mentions a Star Wars Collectible Glass when discussing vases. Brian snaps Peter out of his rich snobbery by using the glass and the story of Lando Calrissian's betrayal. He also does a parody of the famous "I am your father" line.
  • In "Let's Go to the Hop", Lois discovers a toad in Chris's laundry and decides something must be done. To combat the new drug trend, Peter goes undercover as a high school student named Lando Griffin.
  • In "He's Too Sexy for His Fat", Peter mentions an ancestor named Jabba The Griffin, and a flashback is shown of a Hutt that looks like Peter, speaking an alien language (including the words "Wookiee nipple pinchy") to someone in a Princess Leia slave outfit.
  • In "The Story on Page One", when Luke Perry's wife calls out for him to dinner, it is reminiscent to Beru Lars calling out to Luke Skywalker.
  • In the episode "And The Weiner Is...", a stormtrooper is seen in the gun club, blasting at a standee of Luke Skywalker (and missing based on the infamous Stormtrooper effect).
  • In "Emission Impossible", when Peter and Lois decide to have another baby, Stewie goes into Peter's testicles and destroys sperm ships in a parody of the attack on the Death Star, which both of Peter's balls are shown to look like.
  • In "A Very Special Family Guy Freakin' Christmas", Stewie has a dream, in which he fires a blaster at Santa, who deflects the bolt with his hand. Later in the episode, when Peter believes Lois is angry at him for accidentally donating all the family's gifts to charity, he says, "Lois, if you strike me down, I will become more powerful than you can possibly imagine."
  • In "Brian Wallows and Peter's Swallows", Peter imagines some bird chicks as having the faces of his children. He sees his sons' faces, but at the last one, struggling to remember his third child, instead of seeing Meg, he eases and sees a pink Boba Fett's helmet, remarking on it by saying "Sweet."
  • In the episode "Road to Europe", Brian slices open the camel's belly to save Stewie from the cold, much like Han Solo did with his Tauntaun to warm Luke in The Empire Strikes Back, even adding Solo's classic "And I thought they smelled bad on the outside."
  • In "When You Wish Upon a Weinstein", after Lois says she doesn't trust laser eye surgery, it cuts away to a shot of Luke Skywalker getting ready to perform surgery on a woman with a lightsaber. Obi-Wan Kenobi tells Luke (voiced by Mark Hamill) to use the Force, which results in the lightsaber stabbing through the woman's head. Peter says "Thanks for Spaceballs!" in the same episode.
  • In "Blind Ambition", the episode ends with Peter at a ceremony very much like the one at the end of A New Hope, even down to the music and appearances by Chewbacca, C-3PO, and R2-D2. The end credits are also Star Wars themed.
  • In the episode "Don't Make Me Over", Brian carries Stewie across the mall, much to his discomfort. Stewie quotes Yoda, with "Strong with the Force, young Skywalker is." Brian exclaims "I don't believe this..." Stewie then says "That is why you fail".
  • In "The Cleveland-Loretta Quagmire", Cleveland i
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    s fighting Quagmire, and is about to finish him off. Palpatine is seen observing, and pronounces his satisfaction at their fighting: "Good, let the hate flow through you." Lois then shoves him, saying, "You're not helping!"
  • In "Breaking Out Is Hard to Do", the Griffins are in Asiantown trying to escape from Joe (who is piloting an armed helicopter). They flee into the sewers and Joe follows by blowing a larger hole into the ground so that his copter can make it through. As he flies into the sewers, the camera is in his POV, reminiscent to the Death Star trench run from A New Hope (along with a similar score to that scene). Suddenly twin TIE/LN starfighters appear from each side of the camera, and Joe shoots them down with sound effects similar to starfighter lasers.
  • In the beginning of the episode "PTV", when Stewie has a sword-vs-rubber-chicken fight with Osama Bin Laden, their initial movements match those of the start of Yoda's duel with Count Dooku in Attack of the Clones. After this, the show's opening credits run in the style of the Naked Gun movies, and one of the scenes shown is the Battle of Hoth.
  • In "The Courtship of Stewie's Father", Peter conducts the Sand People Choir in a cutaway. When the Sand People run away, Obi-Wan Kenobi appears and says "The Sand People are easily frightened, but they'll soon be back, and in greater numbers." Peter nods and is pleased, as this means the choir will sound better with additional singers.
  • In "Brian Sings and Swings", Meg walks in on Chris in the bathroom while his hair and cap is being placed on his head, with a sample from The Imperial March being played in the background. This is a reference to The Empire Strikes Back, when Vader's helmet is placed on his deformed head in the presence of Admiral Piett.
  • In "Sibling Rivalry", Stewie contracts chicken pox from his half brother Bertram. When Stewie returns to the playground to confront him, Bertram quotes Darth Vader in A New Hope, saying, "I sense something, a presence I have not felt since..."
  • In "Peterotica", Carter Pewterschmidt is being sued by an attorney for publishing Peter's erotic novels (which has led to a man crashing his car while listening to an audio version of it). Not interested in paying up, Carter activates a control that opens a hole in the ground. The attorney falls through and battles a rancor. He kills it just as Luke does in Return of the Jedi. Once he gets out of the hole, Carter says "I didn't realize Greenberg was a Jedi name."
  • In "You May Now Kiss The...Uh...Guy Who Receives", Peter talks about how he once saved Luke Skywalker on Hoth. It cuts to Hoth where Han uses Luke's lightsaber to cut open the belly of the tauntaun for warmth. However, instead of the tauntaun, it is Peter who is opened up (though he is still alive and well). Han asks if this is still okay, and Peter replies that it was just his fat that was cut open.
  • In "Mother Tucker", a cutaway shows Darth Vader working as a meter maid, issuing a parking ticket. After being accosted and talking it over with his wife, Karen, Vader goes to the bank to apply for a loan to build the Death Star. When the banker says that he doesn't believe that would be in the bank's best interest, Vader lies and says instead that he wants to open a sports bar.
  • In "Saving Private Brian", Stewie wonders why Emperor Palpatine has a desk in Revenge of the Sith.
  • In "Chick Cancer", a cutaway recerates the scene in A New Hope when the Rebel commander describes the battle plan and Luke says to another pilot, "It's not impossible. I used to bullseye Womp Rats with my T-16 back home; they're not much bigger than two meters." After this, the other pilot pulls Luke aside and the two argue about Luke humiliating him. The argument is in the style of Curb Your Enthusiasm and includes the show's theme music at the end.
  • In the episode "Barely Legal", Stewie mentions the time when Palpatine figured out the formula for great Star Wars dialogue. This leads to a cutaway scene showing Palpatine sitting on his throne saying "Something, something, something, dark side. Something, something, something, complete..."
  • In "Peter's Two Dads", Peter sees a Force Ghost of his father shortly after his death accompanied by Obi-Wan Kenobi and Yoda. After each character makes a comment, Anakin Skywalker walks on scene and says "And I'm Hayden Christensen!", a reference to his insertion into the final scene of Return of the Jedi.
  • In the episode "Airport '07", after Quagmire crashes a plane, Nien Nunb is shown laughing in the co-pilot's seat.
  • In the episode "It Takes a Village Idiot, and I Married One", where Lois becomes mayor, one of the reasons she gives for raising taxes is to stop the fake situation where "Darth Vader tried to buy yellowcake uranium from unwed teenage mothers." The town citizens applaud this tax raise as one man says "All those things sound bad."
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The poster for Blue Harvest

  • In "Blue Harvest", Peter retells the story of A New Hope. The entire episode, being twice as long as any usual episode, is a direct parody of this film, with several Family Guy characters playing specific roles from the film.
  • In "Padre de Familia", while talking about illegal immigrants, Peter says, "They are part of the Rebel Alliance and a traitor. Take them away!", mimicking Darth Vader's line and voice from A New Hope.
  • In "The Former Life of Brian", Stewie wanted to get his face painted as Darth Maul during a birthday celebration in a park. However, the painters had not heard of him, so they painted him like a kittycat instead.
  • In "Road to Germany", when Stewie, Brian, and Mort lure a group of German soldiers into an alley, with promises of caricatures, in order to beat them up and steal their uniforms, the sounds of the scuffle are similar to a scene from A New Hope and even includes the sounds of a blaster firing.
  • In "Tales of a Third Grade Nothing", Palpatine visits a big band club where Brian sings with Frank Sinatra, Jr.
  • In Three Kings, which parodies 3 films based on Stephen King novels, in The Shawshank Redemption segment, Andy Dufresne (Peter) carves Star Wars figurines in wood.
  • In "Family Goy", when the family goes to a synagogue, Stewie points out the short and hairy men present, and says he feels like he is on the forest moon of Endor. Later, he makes the same joke when Peter suggests that the children should go to Jewish schools.
  • Also in "Family Goy", when Peter's father appears to him in an spirit form, Peter asks him to say "Peter, you must go to the Dagobah system," before vanishing.
  • In another episode a reference is made to James Earl Jones playing Darth Vader, having the casting agents telling Jones he was only wanted for his voice, meanwhile Jones is portrayed as an overweight man stuffed into a Darth Vader suit that is too small.
  • Family Guy returns to the original trilogy with "Something, Something, Something Dark Side", parodying The Empire Strikes Back.
For external cultural references, see the Wikipedia article.

Family MattersEdit

  • In "Jury Duty", Steve Urkel solves a crime in which a man is suspected of robbery and the real culprit had edited the tape of which the jury was presented with. When Steve realized the tape had been edited and the culprit had been apprehended, he said to the culprit, "You could've used your tape editing skills for the greater good - but you went to the dark side."

Fanboy and Chum ChumEdit

  • There is a school janitor called "Poopatine".
  • Janitor Poopatine drives a mobile trash compactor through the halls of the school called the "Dump Star." This compacter comes complete with a Death Star paint job, a hologram projector, and a trash dispenser fashioned after the Death Star's super laser that empties the stored trash in a large cube.
  • Two episodes featuring Poopatine are "The Janitor Strikes Back" and "The Janitor's Apprentice".
  • In Fanboy Stinks, Poopatine tries getting the pecan log out of the floor. After he fails, he says, "the Force is strong with this pecan log."
  • In the episode Chimp Chomp Chumps, Boog makes a statement about how all life creates an intertwining cosmic energy that is highly similar to the discussion that Ben Kenobi has on the Force with Luke Skywalker in Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.

FarscapeEdit

  • In the episode "I, E.T." after Moya lands on a planets surface, John Crichton and the crew go outside and John comments that the planet looks "Kinda like Dagobah", and explains that "that's where Yoda lives". When the others ask who Yoda is, John says "Oh, just a little green guy. Trains warriors".
  • In the episode "PK Tech Girl," Aeryn Sun kills a Sheyang, with explosive results, and quips, "Sorry about the mess." The line is an allusion to Han Solo in A New Hope, although it becomes a recurring line for Aeryn throughout the series.
  • In the episode "Crackers Don't Matter," Pilot asks John about the alien they've taken on board. "Do you trust him?" John replies, "You see him? He's blind. He's got a big head, but he's blind. Barring the Yoda factor, if he gives us any trouble, we lock him up."
  • In the episode "Look at the Princess Part 2: I Do, I Think," John and Chiana do an "I love you"/"I know" exchange, but more friendly than romantic. Later, Chrichton is frozen in bronze with a squinted look on his face, much like Han Solo's expression in The Empire Strikes Back after he was frozen in carbonite.
  • In the same episode, when Chrichton notices a big flying remote hovering in the air, he remarks that "Obi-Wan had one. Except his was a lot smaller."
  • In the episode "Self-Inflicted Wounds Part 2: Wait for the Wheel," when Chrichton explains to Aeryn that an alien recording device has picked up an image from an Earth television program inside the wormhole, Aeryn thinks that he means the program about "Yoda from the planet Dagobah" he talked about earlier, while in fact the show in question is The Three Stooges.
  • In the episode "Green Eyed Monster," the crew encounter a giant spacefaring creature. John says, "That's no moon. It's a budong!" – a reference to A New Hope.
  • In the episode "Losing Time," John is trying to communicate with the DRDs, tiny droid-like creatures that communicate with buzzes and beeps. "You understand any of this?" he asks Chiana. "No." "All right, we don't understand the R2-D2 crap," John tells the DRD. "We're gonna use the Star Trek system. One blink for yes, two blinks for no."
  • In the episode "Lava's a Many Splendored Thing," Noranti tells Chrichton and D'Argo about the Tarkan Freedom Fighters, who ran an errand of mercy on the planet Kavari. Later, when Chrichton communicates with the Tarkan, he says, "That thing that you guys did on Calamari, that was beautiful, man."
  • In the episode "Unrealized Reality," Chrichton comments on using wormholes to travel through time and space, "Ah, screw it. But I am not Kirk, Spock, Luke, Buck, Flash or Arthur frelling Dent. I'm Dorothy Gale from Kansas."
  • In the episode "Mental as Anything," Chrichton addressed Katoya, a master of mental martial arts as "Master Jedi."
  • In the Farscape: The Peacekeeper Wars mini-series, at one point, John refers to Scorpius as the "Dark Lord". And later John mentions the Death Star.
  • In the Farscape short story "Ten Little Aliens," while talking to D'Argo, Chrichton says that he needs practice copiloting Moya's transport pods. He then adds, "'Sides, you needed someone to play Chewbacca to your Han Solo." In response D'Argo says, "Promise me that someday your ridiculous babbling will begin to make sense."
  • In the Farscape short story "That Old Voodoo," while trying to understand why the Scarrans would use the psychic Verxa to attack the crew of Moya, Chrichton surmises that, "They might be curious why Darth Vader wants the plans to the Death Star…" referring to Scorpius and his quest to extract the knowledge on the creation of wormholes hidden in Chrichton's brain.
  • In the Farscape comic book Gone and Back #4, Chrichton references Han Solo when he witnesses the mercenary Roiin fixing his ship by hitting it.
  • In the Farscape comic book Red Sky at Morning #1, Chrichton says that Moya is not the Enterprise or the Millennium Falcon.

Father TedEdit

  • In episode 3.2, Chirpy Burpy Cheap Sheep, Dougal includes Darth Vader in a list that Ted advises him to write down so he remembers that they don't exist.

The FlashEdit

  • In the episode "Tricksters", The Trickster references the iconic "I am your father" line from The Empire Strikes Back when revealing that he is really Axel Walker's (the new Trickster) father. The Trickster is played by Mark Hamill who also portrays Luke Skywalker in the Star Wars saga.
  • In the episode "Welcome to Earth-2", Cisco remarks "Are you Cloud City Vadering me right now?" to his Earth-2 doppelganger, Reverb, who offers Cisco the opportunity to work with him and overthrow Zoom to become Gods. This is a reference to The Empire Strikes Back when Darth Vader attempts to sway Luke Skywalker over to the Dark Side with the offer of ruling the galaxy as father and son during the climax at Cloud City.

FireflyEdit

  • Joss Whedon states on the Firefly DVDs that the Millennium Falcon was one of his primary inspirations for the series and that Han Solo was the inspiration for the character of Mal. On the Serenity Collector's Edition DVD documentary "A Filmmaker's Journey", actor Nathan Fillion says that when playing Mal, he tried to copy Harrison Ford's mannerisms.
  • In the DVD commentary for the episode Objects in Space, Joss Whedon stated that bounty hunter Jubal Early was inspired by/based on Boba Fett. Likewise, his spaceship was designed to resemble Slave I.
  • Several other plot points are similar to those found in Star Wars, notably the Anglo-Sino Alliance (Empire), the Independent Faction (Rebels), Blue Sun (Black Sun), and Unification War (Galactic Civil War).
  • The Starlight Intruder is seen in the background in the episode Shindig.
  • In the pilot episode of Firefly, an Imperial Shuttle can be seen flying in the background of the scene when Inara docks her shuttle with Serenity.
  • In The Message, Wash pilots Serenity through a snow-covered labyrinth of boulders, commenting that the pursuit "would be crazy to follow us in here", a reference to the asteroid field chase in The Empire Strikes Back, in which Han says the same thing to Leia.
  • A Han Solo in Carbonite statue is visible in the engine room behind Kaylee's hammock in the episode The Message.
  • Through the run of the series there are several incidents where Mal 'shoots first', in the director's commentary Whedon claims that this is a reaction to the infamous changes made to A New Hope. Notable incidents include one in the first episode where Mal shoots a law man who is holding River Tam hostage in the head mid-sentence, and another where he kicks the right hand man of a local villain into the path of one of Serenity's engines, causing him to be sucked through it and killed.

Flight 29 DownEdit

  • While Taylor was going through of what she describes of the main characters are good at she says to Jackson "....you're like some kind of Yoda..."

Flight of the Conchords Edit

  • In the series finale to the two season musical comedy, Bret notices that the script and stage setting that is supposed to be for a play they were rehearsing based on his and Jemaine's life in the band has lines and scenarios ripped from Star Wars, namely A New Hope.

Foster's Home for Imaginary FriendsEdit

  • In "Challenge of the Superfriends", Bloo gets transformed into a Darth Vader looking character and after the transformation Nemesis does a spoof of "Lord Vader" "Yes master" "Rise." Later in the same episode, Bloo tells Mac that "I am your father."
  • In "Bus the Two of Us" Bloo steals the Foster's bus in order to go through a toll road. Going through it Mac throws change to go into the toll booth, but it just hits the window, to which Bloo replies "Negative, it didn't go in. Just impacted on the surface." The line said when the first proton torpedo launched at the Death star missed.
  • In "Bloooo" a mirror reflection of Bloo says, "Run Bloo, Run," similar to a line in A New Hope when Obi-Wan says, "Run Luke, run." Also Wilt calls Bloo a "Phantom Menace".
  • The episode "Store Wars," the title is a play on Star Wars.
  • In "The Bloo Superdude And The Magic Potato Of Power" Bloo says "Most nicely Spaceport. You will never find a more wretched hive of fun and frivolity." Similar to the line in A New Hope when Obi-Wan says "Mos Eisley spaceport. You will never find a more wretched hive of scum and villainy." Also in this episode Wilt is dressed like Obi-Wan.
  • Madame Foster dresses as Yoda for Halloween.

FraiserEdit

  • One episode starts off with "A long time ago, in a Prep school far, far away".

Freakazoid!Edit

  • In the episode And fanboy was his name Freakazoid is being relentlessly pursued by a fanboy until they come to a convention where they encounter Mark Hamill. The fanboy chases Mark and they begin reenacting the scene between Darth Vader and Luke Skywalker from Episode V where Luke founds out who his father is.
  • In the episode The Wrath of Guitierrez, the following dialogue occurs between Freakazoid and Cosgrove.
""There's a disturbance in my energy levels"
"You mean like that forcey thing from
Star Wars. I like that movie. Carrie Fisher's a real cutie"
―Freakazoid and Cosgrove[src]
  • In the same episode MacStew breaks the fourth wall by complaining that he has to much exposition dialogue and says he feels like Obi-Wan Kenobi.

The Fresh Prince of Bel-AirEdit

  • During an episode, Judge Robinson sees a girl named Lizzie in Princess Leia style hair, and says "Princess Leia! May the Force be with you!"

FriendsEdit

  • In the season three episode The One With the Princess Leia Fantasy, Ross asks Rachel to dress up as Princess Leia.
  • In The One with Ross and Monica's Cousin, Ross's cousin says that she hasn't seen Ross since he camped out to see Return of the Jedi.
  • In the season nine two-part episode The One in Barbados, Ross loses the notes for a speech when his computer is attacked by a virus. When they're trying to rewrite it, Joey suggests that Ross use a speech he previously used for an audition. Annoyed with him, Ross says that he highly doubts that Joey's monologue from Star Wars will be of any use. When Ross begins to recreate his speech, Joey asks "Did this by any chance happen a long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away?"

FringeEdit

  • In a episode in the first season, Safe, Olivia tells Peter when she was a child people at her school nicknamed her Han, as in Han Solo.
  • In the third season premiere, Olivia, Henry uses the phrase "Jedi mind trick."
  • In the fourth season alternate future episode Letters of Transit, Walter attempts to deceive an authoritarian police officer about his own identity by stating "these aren't the droids you're looking for." When ultimately successful, Walter quips "move along, move along."

Full HouseEdit

  • In the episode "Fast Friends", Joey and Jesse invite DJ, Steve, and Kimmy to be on their radio segment "Teen Talk" (or as Jesse calls it, "Yackin' with Youth"). When Steve comes in, he says "Wow, I can't believe I'm finally gonna be on the radio! Is my voice too high? Should I do a Darth Vader thing? 'Luke, I am your father...'", in which he proceeds to imitate Darth Vader's breathing.
  • In another episode, Stephanie gets her ears pierced without her dad's permission, and to hide the resulting infection she wears her hair in the Princess Leia buns, claiming that her school is doing a "hairstyle of the 70s thing".

FuturamaEdit

  • The police carry nightsticks that are meant to l
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  • "When Aliens Attack has several visual references to Star Wars during the space battle.
  • In "The Lesser of Two Evils," a movie theater in the "Past-O-Rama" is apparently showing "Star Wars 9: Yoda's Bar Mitzvah."
  • The episode "Crimes of the Hot" features a droid that looks like C-3PO. The droid offers to kiss the professor on the forehead, then the professor destroys the droid by crushing it, as the droid is being crushed, it says "Oh Dear" several times. Later in the episode, the professor says "The Jedis are going to feel this one!"
  • In "Where No Fan Has Gone Before..." when discussing the "Star Trek Wars," Zapp asks, "You mean the vast migration of Star Wars fans?" and then Nichelle Nichols answers, "No, that was the Star Wars Trek."
  • In yet another episode they are on a ship, and almost get eaten by a giant space slug while passing by an asteroid.
  • At the beginning of the episode "Brannigan, Begin Again," Fry and Bender can be seen playing Dejarik.
  • In the episode, "Raging Bender," when the crew goes to the movies, Fry suggests that they see "Galaxy Wars", an obvious reference to Star Wars. An N-1 starfighter appears on Galaxy Wars' promotinal poster.
  • The character of Elzar is a reference to Gormaanda from The Star Wars Holiday Special.
  • In the episode, "War is the H-Word," when Fry and Bender are in military training, Fry trains using a lightsaber, using it against a training remote. When he cuts the remote in half, candy falls out of it. This clip was also featured in "The Birth of the Lightsaber" featurette on the 25th anniversary trilogy DVD.
  • In the episode, "A Clone of My Own," Professor Farnsworth is sent to a Death Star-like station called the "Near-Death Star" where he, and all elderly people, are placed in a Matrix-like virtual reality.
  • In the episode "The Why of Fry," Fry helps the Nibblonians attack a Brainspawn space station called the Infosphere, which strongly resembles the Death Star.
  • In "The 30% Iron Chef," the character Spargel teaches Bender how to cook. Spargel is a parody of Yoda, and Bender's training scene is a parody Jedi training (Spargel making a potato float, and Bender using a lightsaber to peel it). Spargel also mentions the "dark side of cooking".
  • In "Where the Buggalo Roam," at one point, the Martians take out Bow and Arrows, and the arrows look like lightsaber blades (with similar sound effects).
  • In "Kif Gets Knocked Up a Notch", Zap Brannigan states that he feels a very sensual disturbance in the Force when he spots the planet express ship approaching his ship the Nimbus.
  • In "The Sting," when Hermes sees that Leela is awake, he exclaims, "Sweet Three-toed Sloth of Ice Planet Hoth! She's awake!"
  • In "Bender's Big Score" several different Star Wars vehicles appear, including a TIE/LN starfighter modified to be smaller and to bear the Star of David, a fleet of over a dozen solid, gold-plated Death Stars that have a disproportionate "Achilles' exhaust shaft" and whose beams are composed of three purple tributary beams (the Death Star's armor is incredibly weak and highly susceptible to laser fire).
  • In "Bender's Game," the famous "I am your father" scene is acted out in reverse between Greyfarn (Professor Farnsworth) and Ignus (Igner).
  • In "Into the Wild Green Yonder," the Feministas use a lightsaber-like device to cut a hole to get into the Planet Express Ship. Also The League of Mad Fellows and the Dark One's abilities are similar to a Jedi/Sith's force powers, for example, when the Dark One kills Frida Waterfall, it is similar to Force Choking; both the Dark One and the League of Mad Fellows can read minds, like most force-sensitive beings; and The Dark One can persuade people to do things, such as Leo Wong, which is similar to Force persuasion.
  • In "In-A-Gada-Da-Leela," The Professor proclaims all "Death Spheres" have a small exhaust port weakness, referencing the Death Star.
  • In "Lethal Inspection", the crew re-enacts a war called the Sith Invasion, or Sith-al war. When told about the war, Fry says "What the Hoth!" The Sith re-enacters fly in a ship with a cardboard cutout of a Sith Infiltrater tied to it and have names like "Darth Stroyer," "Darth Sploder," "Darth Ithead," and "Darth Egghead." They also pull out toy plastic lightsabers.
  • In "A Clockwork Origin", Dr. Zoidberg, sitting in a dumpster, makes an alien bully leave by crying and playing pathetic. Cubert Farnsworth is impressed by the feat and says "Wooow! You're like some kind of dumpster Jedi." Later in the same episode, in a museum on a robot planet, a display shows the evolution of robots, going from a trilobot (trilobite) to R2-D2 to a robot ape.
  • In "Lrrreconcilable Ndndifferences", the crew visits Comic-con 3010. The sign outside the building reads "Free admission with ewok pelts". In the costume contest Leela is dressed like princess Leia. A heavy woman in the background can be seen wearing Leia's slave outfit.
  • In the episode Law & Oracle, Fry trains to become a police officer and part of the training includes using a baton-like weapon that resembles a lightsaber, from the hilt to the "blade ignition."
  • In Zapp Dingbat, the bar where Zapp meets with the Carcaron ambassador resembles the Moss Eisley Cantina. Also, lightsabers are used to play pool.

G4's Proving GroundEdit

  • In one episode, Jessica and Ryan are driving in a car, and Jessica asks Ryan what the best sci-fi series of all time is. Ryan responds that he's never seen them, and Jessica names several off, including Star Wars.
  • One episode features many Star Wars-themed stunts.

The Garfield ShowEdit

  • In the episode "It's about time" Time Machine's user guide is write in Aurebesh.

GargoylesEdit

  • In the episode "Her Brother's Keeper," The young gargoyle trio are flying a helicopter that belonged to The Pack. When Lexington is unable to properly fly it, Brooklyn jokingly tells him to "use the Force" before they safely land.
  • In "Future Tense", Brooklyn mentions Thailog was killed in the "Clone Wars".

Gene Roddenberry’s AndromedaEdit

  • In the episode "Chaos and the Stillness of It", the androids Rommie (Lexa Doig) and Doyle (Brandy Ledford) encounter enemies onboard the Andromeda Ascendant. Attempting to stop them, Rommie waves her hand and says "these are not the droids you're looking for." When asked later by Doyle what she did, Rommie replies "I don't know, but it didn't work."
  • The show features a weapon called a Force Lance, which resembles a lightsaber hilt.

George LopezEdit

  • In an episode of George Lopez, Benny reminds George that he walked out on Star Wars because there were too many words at the beginning.
  • In another episode, Angie says "We were up all night, we played charades, you got stuck on Star Wars and we all laughed."

GleeEdit

  • In an episode of Glee, for their Christmas special, the cast of Glee was visited by Chewbacca. During the same episode, several references to Star Wars are made, including Finn dressing as Luke Skywalker and Puck as Han Solo.
  • In the episode "Prom-asaurus", Sue refers to Joe Hart as "Jar Jar Binks".

Glenn BeckEdit

  • On the July 16, 2007 airing of Glenn Beck, during a discussion about bringing religion toys to Wal-Mart stores, Glenn asks an interviewee whether his kid would rather play with Darth Vader or David and Goliath.
  • On the July 23, 2010 episode, Glenn Beck tells people to "go watch Star Wars this weekend."
  • On several occasions, Glenn paraphrases Yoda by saying, "Afraid, you will be!" He has also compares political figures like George Soros to Emperor Palpatine. A fan of the show also made him a figure of Soros in Palpatine's robes and chair from Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi.

Good EatsEdit

Alton Brown discusses how to properly cook a turkey in one hour with a Wookiee in a 2006 episode.

  • In one episode, while discussing cutting boards, Brown refers to glass cutting boards as "Dark Lord of the Sith of cutting boards".

The Good WifeEdit

  • In the episode "Lifeguard", Cary refers to Kalinda as "Yoda" after giving a statement on what motivates people to do things.

Green Cross Code Public Information FilmEdit

  • A 1982 Green Cross Code PIF featured a Green Cross Code "droid" aiding a pair of schoolchildren in crossing the road. (This may have been inspired by the fact that the Green Cross Code Man in other commercials was played by David Prowse.)

Green WingEdit

Grey's AnatomyEdit

  • In the "Freedom" episode, a young man encased in concrete tells Doctor Miranda Bailey that he feels like Han Solo encased in carbonite. She surprisingly reveals her extensive knowledge of Star Wars when she tells him: "You need to be proud of the whole picture. Han Solo is not a loser. Yes he got encased in carbonite, but that’s not what he's remembered for. He's remembered as the guy who made the Kessel Run in less than 12 parsecs. And who braved the subzero temperatures of the ice planet Hoth in order to save someone he cared about from the big ugly Wampa. He is remembered as the guy who swooped down at the last minute and blasted Darth Vader out of the sky so that Luke could use the Force and destroy the damn Death Star. Princess Leia saved him from the carbonite. And they fell in love, and they saved the universe, and had twin Jedi babies that went on to save the universe again. That's the whole picture. The carbonite was just a piece." When she is done talking, the surgeons stare at her in surprise, and she asks them if there is anything wrong with her being interested in science fiction. They all quickly say "no" and return to their work.

The Grim Adventures of Billy and MandyEdit

  • In the episode "My Fair Mandy," Grim feels something wrong and says "I sense a disturbance in the Force."
  • In the episode "Chicken Ball Z," Billy says to Mandy before they fight "When I left you I was but a learner, now I am the Master." The same thing Darth Vader said to Obi-Wan Kenobi before their battle in A New Hope.
  • In the episode "Wrath of the Spider Queen," Billy's spider "son" says to Billy after he gets beat up "I have to save you," to which Billy replies "You already have my son." A reference to the conversation Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader had in Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi.
  • In the episode "Fear and Loathing in Endsville," Grim, while wandering the desert looking for Dracula, meets a rather friendly Tusken Raider, who lives in a hut similar to Luke Skywalker's aunt's and uncle's house on Tatooine. Eventually, the Raider lets Grim borrow his Sandcrawler.

Hallmark Gold Crown CommercialEdit

  • In this commercial, a lady wants to say something to a man at a dinner table but cannot. She then tells him that someone else might be able to say it better. Chewbacca appears at the table and roars, while the man opens a Star Wars themed electronic card.

Hannah MontanaEdit

  • In the episode "You Didn't Say It Was Your Birthday", Lilly and Oliver discover a potato chip shaped like Darth Vader's helmet, and auction it off at the beach.
  • An episode features a "Use your Jedi powers" mention.
  • In the episode "Bad Moose Rising", Miley takes Patty to Make-a-Moose, a store all about mooses. Inside, Jackson makes an employee name all 100 custom mooses. One of them is dressed up like Luke Skywalker, and the employee introduces him with the line "Moose Skywalker, may the forest be with you."
  • In the episode where she has to decide between Jake and a boy in her band. Lily asks Miley if she and Jake have codenames for each other and Miley says "It's Anakin and Queen Amidala."
  • In the episode "Me and Mr. Jonas and Mr. Jonas and Mr. Jonas", when Miley and Robby Ray discover that the Jonas brothers are about to ambush them with marshmallow guns in the recording studio, Miley says "Duck and cover, Daddy, it's the return of the Jonai!", in reference to Return of the Jedi.
  • On the episode "O Say Can You Remember the Words?", Robby Ray is recalling the last time Jackson got hyped up on candy sugar, and says, "I clocked him 58 miles per hour on [Jackson's] roller skates, in a Yoda costume".
  • In the episode "I Want You to Want Me...to Go to Florida", Robby Ray and Jackson are on a plane. Jackson is sitting next to an overweight man who is sleeping. The man's head ends up on Jackson's shoulder. Jackson makes a comment about "getting drooled on by Jabba the Gut".
  • In one episode, Miley says to her dad, "Don't you go using your Jedi mind tricks on me!"

HeroesEdit

  • In "Hiros," Hiro Nakamura (played by Masi Oka) says to his friend Ando that using one's powers for personal gain is "the Dark Side."
  • In "How to Stop an Exploding Man," Ando and Hiro Nakamura talk about Hiro's love for Star Wars, Star Trek, and other science fiction before leaving to finish his mission. Hiro also seems to wield his sword like a lightsaber.
  • Masi Oka also worked on the Star Wars prequels before being cast in this role.
  • Sylar (Zach Quinto) uses his telekinesis in a manner similar to Force grip and other Force powers.
  • While not a reference, Claire's brother (a minor character) bears an uncanny resemblance to a young Luke Skywalker.
  • In "Kindred," an amnesiac Peter Petrelli utilizes a power not unlike Force Choke on an Irish thief, holding the victim aloft against the wall/ceiling before setting him free after nearly choking the life out of him, giving him a taste of what could be considered the dark side of the Force.
  • In "Angels and Monsters," Hiro compares The Angry Skunk Bar to the cantina.
  • In "Upon This Rock," Hiro, after getting his memory manipulated, makes various references to Star Wars, saying: "A Jedi's work is never done" and "unhand the princess, or feel the sting of my light saber" when helping a woman who was getting robbed, and "Good you have done, Princess. Defeat the dark side, we will" to his sister. He also calls a police officer C-3PO and says to Ando "I have betrayed the rebellion[...] You're our only hope."
  • In "Close to You," Hiro, his memory still manipulated, calls hospital orderlies "stormtroopers," and their dogs "ewoks." He also refers to psychiatric drugs as Jawa juice.

Hey Arnold!Edit

Highway to HeavenEdit

  • In "One Winged Angels", Mark reminds Jonathan that God could have made all humans emotionless "R2-D2s", but didn't.

Home ImprovementEdit

  • In one episode, Tim Taylor says of an old torque wrench that was handed down from generation to generation, "It's the Yoda of my tool bench."
  • In a few episodes, you can see a stormtrooper helmet with a clown wig on in one of the boy's room.

Honda Ridgeline CommercialEdit

  • One variant of a 2007 Honda Ridgeline commercial shows a man at a dinner table cutting a turkey with essentially a small blue lightsaber acting as a knife.

Hotnews.nlEdit

  • In an episode (with kidnappers Ron and Carl), on Daniel's computer, various images appear from Star Wars.
  • In an episode, when the kidnapper Ron sees that Suzan is gone, he's talking to Carl, the other kidnapper. There can being seen briefly a Darth Vader helmet.
  • In another episode, a Darth Vader cardboard can be seen by Carl when he's bringing it away.

HouseEdit

  • In the episode Cane and Able, a patient believes they have been visited by aliens. When dealing with this case, Gregory House sarcastically mentions Tatooine and the hyperdrive.
  • In the episode Que Será Será, a morbidly obese man is being treated, and House refers to him as Jabba, a reference to Jabba the Hutt.
  • In Private Lives the patient's boyfriend talks, in relation to the Internet, that "if you want to recreate the Boston Tea Party dressed as Imperial Stormtroopers, you can easily get ten people".
  • In A Pox on Our House, when a family is quarantined after being infected with Rickettsialpox (originally thought Smallpox), The medical team in charge of quarantining forbids House from examining them. When House wishes to review the patients' case, Chase state that House's "Jedi mind tricks" won't work on the doctors in charge of the family. House responds by impersonating Obi-Wan Kenobi by waving his hand and speaking in a British accent "These aren't the droids you're looking for".

House of MouseEdit

  • In the segment "How to be Groovy, Cool and Fly", Goofy is taught about the various fashions of the past five decades. When it reaches the second of half of the 70's section, it focuses on sci-fi epics, with Goofy entering the scene in a Princess Leia getup, complete with buns. Right after Goofy utters "I have a bad feeling about this!", a green bladed lightsaber pops into his hand. As Goofy activates it and swings it around, he cuts off the scenery causing it to fall on him, along with a black spotlight on his head. As he tries to get the light off, he breaths a la Darth Vader.

How I Met Your MotherEdit

  • In the episode "Slutty Pumpkin", Ted (Josh Radnor) mentions that he's met a woman who loves Star Wars. When asked by Marshall (Jason Segel) about the woman's take on Ewoks, Ted responds "loves them." The two then launch into a debate about the merit of the Ewoks' role in the Battle of Endor, a common argument among Star Wars fans.
  • In the episode "Drumroll, Please", Ted meets a woman named Victoria (Ashley Williams) at a wedding. The two suggest that they use false name in order to prevent each other from finding out more about them. Ted picks Lando Calrissian as his fake name.
  • In the episode "Mary the Paralegal" Ted takes Mary (Erinn Bartlett) to a date to an awards show. During the date, Mary comments on Sandy Rivers (Alexis Denisof) hair, saying that she wonders if he puts it on in the same way that Darth Vader put his helmet on in The Empire Strikes Back. Ted responds that he can't believe that she commented on someone he hated by referencing something he loved.
  • In the episode "World's Greatest Couple", we see among the personal effects of Barney's home a mannequin dressed in Phase II clone trooper armor, bearing the markings of the 501st Legion. When Lily points out that if Barney's other quirks don't drive away women, "there's always your life-size Storm Trooper" to which he responds "No, that's just awesome!" Prototype episode: Lily Aldrin (Alyson Hannigan) responds "Oh, no!".
  • In the 4th season premiere "Do I Know You?," Ted has his new fiancée, Stella, watch Star Wars for the first time because it is important for him that she likes his favorite movie. Although she tells him she loved it, she confesses to Marshall that she did not like it.
  • In the episode "Three Days of Snow" Barney and Ted meet two coeds from Arizona Tech and the brunette comments that the weather reminds her of Hoth. Ted immediately calls dibs on on her.
  • In the episode "How I Met Everyone Else", Barney compared himself to Yoda, though stating that "instead of being little and green, I wear suits and I'm awesome. I'm your bro'. I'm Bro-da."
  • In the episode "The Rough Patch," one of the four biggest arguments between Barney and Robin revolves around the issue of whether or not Stormtroopers are cool.
  • In the episode "Jenkins," Robin says "But...umm" multiple times on purpose in order to get Ted and his students drunk during a drinking game. Ted realizes what was going and and says "Wait. It's a trap."
  • In the episode "Of Course," Marshall punches off the helmet of Barney's stormtrooper armor, claiming that he's angry at himself, Ted, Barney and the Empire.
  • In the episode "The Slutty Pumpkin Returns," when Robin tells Barney he is part canadian, he cries "No! That's not true! That's impossible!" just like Luke Skywalker cried when he found out Darth Vader was his father.
  • In the episode "Spoiler Alert" Ted tells Marshall about Lilly's habit of chewing out loud. In it Ted says "Yah why do you think I call her Chewbacca?" Then Marshall says "Well because she's loyal, nice, and I resemble to a young Harrison Ford."
  • In the episode "Not a Father's Day", Barney is examining women in the bar and remarks that he's "one drink away from the cantina scene from Star Wars."
  • In the episode "Field Trip", Barney creates a presentation called "The Ewok Line"to show that his girlfriend, Nora was lying about her age since she claimed to hate Ewoks. This is based on his theory that everyone born before May 25, 1973 was old enough to hate the Ewoks by the time Return of the Jedi was released.
  • The seventh season episode "Trilogy Time" tells of a tradition started by Marshall and Ted while in college in the year 2000 to get together and watch the original trilogy every three years. A series of flash backs and fantasy flash forwards recalls the events during each marathon and their predictions for where their lives will be during the next marathon. During one of the flash backs, Barney convinces Robin to hide inside his Stormtrooper armor when Marshall and Ted arrive unexpectedly. He tries, in vain, to hint that every Star Wars fan thinks having sex with a Stormtrooper would be a turn on. In the final sequence of the episode, it is shown that Barney was successful in convincing his 2012 girlfriend Quinn to try it.
  • At the end of the episode "The Stinson Missile Crisis," Ted, Marshall, and Lily dress up for Halloween as R2D2, C-3PO, and "the droid that Luke's uncle almost bought from the Jawas"

I Bet YouEdit

  • In the episode "Surfing" a surfboard instructor tells one of the hosts to surf like a Jedi Master.

iCarlyEdit

  • In the episode iFence, Freddy and Spencer are fencing. Freddy wins and Spencer responds, "Okay kid, don't get cocky..."
  • In the TV movie iGo to Japan, Sam is hungry and Carly listens to her stomach and says it sounds like Chewbacca.
  • In the same episode, when Carly does a bit as an intergalactic cheerleader, Sam enters as an evil alien and tells Carly to go to the dark side of cheerleading. Carly says no, and they fight with foam baseball bats, Carly with a blue foam bat, and Sam with a red one.
  • In iMight Switch Schools, Sam and Freddie are calling the headmaster of a junior high called Briarwood, and Freddie has to make his voice sound like Spencer. However, his voice goes too deep and Sam says, "You're supposed to sound like Spencer, not Darth Vader!"
  • In the show there is a film series called Galaxy Wars, which is a parody of Star Wars. Galaxy Wars is also mentioned in Drake and Josh and Zoey 101, a show made by the same producer for iCarly.
  • In the episode iGive Away a Car, Spencer buys a prop from Galaxy Wars with a cockpit that resembles a Y-wing's and wings that resemble a X-wing's. This episode also references Drake and Josh by mentioning the "Battle of Panthatar".
  • In the episode iCook, Spencer gets electrocuted and while it happens, he has a vision he will hug Nug Nug (who is a parody of Yoda) from Galaxy Wars at the Groovy Smoothie restaurant. He stays for a long time, but then an old lady hits him and leaves, and he says he hopes she gets kidnapped by a bunch of Red Skynauts, which are parodies of Stormtroopers. As the restaurant is about to close, Spencer leaves, but then Nug Nug appears right after he leaves. Then, Spencer suddenly returns to the restaurant, and they hug.
  • In the episode iGet Banned, T-Bo tells Sam that she needs to pay him 12 dollars for the smoothie she ordered. Sam then performs a Jedi mind trick on him by saying "You don't need 12 dollars for the smoothies..." followed by "These aren't the droids you're looking for" and "Move along", a direct quote said by Obi-Wan in Episode IV.
  • In " IHire An Idiot", Sam confuses ciabatta "for that monkey from Galaxy Wars", a reference to Chewbacca.

Ink MasterEdit

  • In the episode Star Wars Forever, the competitors had to design a tattoo on a Clone trooper helmet. They also had to draw Star Wars tattoos on human canvases.

Intergalactic KitchenEdit

The IT CrowdEdit

  • In the episode Final Countdown, Moss is approached by a mysterious man in black that says to him "Your eyes betray you."
  • In the episode Something Happened, Douglas gets an infection and had to have his right hand removed, which is then replaced by a robotic hand similair to Luke Skywalker's hand in The Empire Strikes Back.
  • In the episode Bad Boys, to show his appreciation to the IT department, Douglas flys George Lucas(played by an impersonater) in to meet Moss and Roy.

Jake's Booty CallEdit

  • Yoda appears at Jake at one episode.

Jay and Silent Bob's MTV SpotsEdit

  • In one of the Jay and Silent Bob spots for MTV, Jay and Silent Bob get thrown out of a comic book store and are called "a pair of scruffy looking nerfer-herders" and "laserbrains" by the owners.

Jayce and the Wheeled WarriorsEdit

  • In the episode "The Vase of Xiang", a broken dro
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    id which looks like C-3PO can be seen lying on a scrap heap in the market place on Igzas.
  • In the episode "The Hunt", the hero, Jayce, uses a weapon that is reminiscent of a lightsaber with a cruciform hilt. Lightsabers also appeared in Ulysses 31, another Jean Chalopin show.
  • The character of Herc Stormsailor is clearly modeled on Han Solo. Both are freighter captains who only get involved because of money, but later come to care about the cause they're fighting for. Even their ships, though different in appearance, are similar in that both the Millennium Falcon and the Pride of the Skies have a habit of breaking down at the worst times.
  • In the episode "Underwater, Underpaid", Flora and Herc have a conversation which is reminiscent of the one between Leia Organa and Han Solo in Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back:
Flora: "I'm not talking to you."
Herc Stormsailor: "And why not?"
Flora: "Because you're mean, impatient, selfish and scruffy."
Herc Stormsailor: "Who are you calling scruffy?"

Jeopardy!Edit

In honor of the 30th anniversary of Star Wars, the May 29, 2007 episode of the show had a special Star Wars-themed category of answers. In preparation for the episode, the Jeopardy! "Clue Crew" were allowed access to the Lucasfilm Archives at Skywalker Ranch and had access to unrevealed materials that formed the basis of their answers.[1]

JessieEdit

  • In the pilot episode, Morgan brings home a prop that George Lucas apparently gave him, which turns out to be a purple lightsaber. Jessie asks him if it's a real lightsaber, and as he replies that it's just a prop, he accidentally slices a nearby chair in half with it.

Jimmy NeutronEdit

  • In the show, a Wheel Bike vehicle is used by Jimmy, except it can fly.
  • A bizarre version of a lightsaber is seen with a slit like medieval swords.
  • In a short scene, Jimmy says "speak" to his dog, and the dogs answers, "Luke, I am your father" in a Darth Vader voice.
  • In one episode, Jimmy's dad is explaining to him he must pick up his pants. His dad says, "Luke Skywalker picked up his pants. The Force was definitely with that guy's pants."In that same episode Jimmy installs a microchip in his pants so they put themselves away and the microchip malfunctions. When his teacher notices his odd dancing movements because of his malfunctioning pants Jimmy tells her, "Umm, I sense a disturbance in my pants."
  • In the episode "Incredible Shrinking Town", Sheen says to the aliens that they are not the kids they're looking for and to move along.
  • Also in the episode "Incredible Shrinking Town", on the aliens' "swim suit magazine" the writing on the cover uses entirely Aurebesh characters.
  • In the episode "League of Villains", one of the LoV members suggested that Jimmy should be frozen in carbonite.
  • There's a whole episode that takes part after the film, called "The Eggpire Strikes Back"

John Ritter: Being of Sound Mind and Body (1980)Edit

  • John Ritter, playing a movie theater manager, says "May the Force be with me! Die, Lord Vader!", and then acts out lightsaber pantomime with humming sounds.

Johnny BravoEdit

  • In the episode Johnny goes hollywood, there is a CGI appearance of Mark Hamill, who also guest voices. Johnny makes a reference to R2-D2 when talking about a robot.
  • In the episode T is for Trouble, Mr.T appears to Johnny closely resembling a Force Ghost.
  • In another episode, a group of friends believe Johnny is a time traveller from the past and one of them says he will use a Jedi Mind Trick to make him believe it is 1963. In the same episode he tells a woman giving him a ride to "Punch it!"
  • In one episode the television does not work so Johnny and his friends tell folk stories to pass time, one story told features princesses of which one closely resembles Princess Leia.

Johnny TestEdit

  • Two recurring characters on the show are Dark Vegan and his daughter, Princess Jillian, obvious parodies of Darth Vader and Princess Leia.
  • In one episode, Dukey says, "use the Force," and uses the word Padawan.
  • In the episode Johnny Grow Yor Own Monster, Johnny says about his pet monster the line "There is good in him," referencing the lines spoken by both Padme Amidala and Luke Skywalker about Anakin Skywalker.

Justice LeagueEdit

  • In the episode "Hearts and Minds", after Green Lantern John Stewart loses the ability to use his Power ring, Katma Tui teaches him how to use it again, at one point she says "You must relearn what you have learned" (similar to Yoda's "You must unlearn what you have learned"), in response, John says "Now you sound like Yoda". Also, in this episode, Katma wears a metal bikini (which she referred to as a brass bikini) very similar to the Slave Leia costume.
  • The episode "Secret Society" briefly features a bar named "Obie's". This may be a reference to Obi-Wan.
  • In the episode "Starcrossed", the Thanagarians can be seen using holograms very similar in appearance to Star Wars holograms (with the flickering, monochrome appearance).
  • Similar holograms can be seen being used on Apokolips in the episode "Twilight".

Justice League UnlimitedEdit

  • In the episode "The Once and Future Thing: Part 2" members of the League fight opponents that wield weapons very similar to Double-bladed lightsabers and Lightwhips.
  • The episode "Far From Home" briefly features a holocron-like device.

JustifiedEdit

  • In the episode "Decoy", Bob Sweeney pretends to not know which Drew that Yolo is talking about while being interrogated, mentioning the name Drewbacca.
  • In the episode "Over the Mountain", Ava references Princess Leia's line of "Aren't you a little short for a Stormtrooper?" from A New Hope upon seeing Officer Albert Fekus enter her jail cell.
  • In the episode "Sounding", Bob Sweeney motivates himself to assist Raylan in taking down Errol by saying the line "Hell yeah I got a badge.. and I got balls like Death Stars".

Kappa MikeyEdit

  • In one episode, a cutaway shows Guano in a Stormtrooper suit, and in the trash compactor, in a reference to A New Hope.

The Keith and Paddy Picture ShowEdit

  • The Keith and Paddy Picture Show is a comedic tribute to some of Keith Lemon and Paddy McGuinness’s favourite films. Each week they attempt to recreate an iconic film, with the help of a celebrity cast. The third episode features a remake of Return of the Jedi.

Kenan & KelEdit

  • In the episode "A Star Is Peeved", Kenan fantasizes about what it would be like to be a famous movie star. In one part of the fantasy, using two sausages roped together, he fights a man wielding nunchuks. Afterwards, he says "May the pork be with you.", a reference to "May the force be with you."

Kim PossibleEdit

  • The writers said that Warhok would have Darth Vader levels of menace.

King of the HillEdit

  • In the episode "Of Mice and Little Green Men", Dale thinks his son Joseph is an alien. After Dale buys Joseph a television set, Joseph says to Bobby, "He's just being nice to me so my real dad won't freeze him in carbonite and trade him for spice."
  • In the episode "Mutual of OmAbwah", Bobby and Jospeh pretend to be Yoda and Master Jospeh, respectively. Joseph as a green lightsaber. They are in the Clone Wars, and have to get to the garage door before it closes. However, Bobby doesn't make it, and gets trapped under the door, breaking the track.
  • In the episode "I Never Promised You an Organic Garden", two boys from Bobby's school engage in a duel with brooms, with one saying, "Queen Amidala, I will save you from the dark side!" Bobby then reprimands them by saying, "Who's saving these cucumbers from aphids?"
  • In the episode "Be True to Your Fool", Boomhauer recalls a story by starting it off with "A long time ago, in an Arlen far, far away."

Knight Rider (1982)Edit

  • In the pilot episode, "Knight of the Phoenix (Part 1)," Michael's first reaction upon entering the interior of KITT is "What's all this? Looks like Darth Vader's bathroom."

KojakEdit

Lamb Chop's Special ChanukahEdit

  • A created superhero is referred to as "Darth Vader with low self-esteem".

Last Week Tonight with John Oliver Edit

  • On the 4/16/2017 broadcast covering the 2017 French elections, political activist Jacques Cheminade referenced the Star Wars franchise during his talks on colonizing Mars, respectively referencing Luke Skywalker and Chewbacca as "Larry Skywalker" and "That Weird Bear", which Oliver remarks that they "should be those characters names instead." In that same segment during his speech on the elections, he would reference the statement again, alongside saying "Help us France - you're our only hope."

Late Night with Conan O'BrienEdit

George Lucas appeared as a guest on the talk show on May 1, 2007. Among other Star Wars references, Lucas, when asked Admiral Motti's full name, responded "Conan Antonio Motti."[2]

On July 19, 2007, Jar Jar Binks was referenced during a "preview" of Goya's Ghosts, starring Natalie Portman.

Legends of TomorrowEdit

  • In the episode "Pilot, Part 1", Leonard Snart says the line "We go out for one lousy drink, and you guys somehow managed to pick a fight with Boba Fett!", referring to the time-traveling bounty hunter Chronos that is attacking Rip Hunter's team.
    • Earlier in the aforementioned episode, an unnamed individual refers to Chronos as "Darth Vader".
  • In the episode "Marooned", Jefferson Jackson says the line "To quote every "Star Wars" ever made, "I've got a bad feeling about this." while aboard the Acheron ship, which turns out to be a trap created by time pirates.
    • Also in the episode, Ray Palmer refers to himself as "Sulu or Han Solo" while acting as an interim captain of The Waverider. 
  • In the episode "Raiders of the Lost Art", the episode contains several references to "Star Wars" and even features a young George Lucas. Some of the references featured are the trash compactor (reference to "A New Hope") and the Wilhelm scream is heard when Amaya Jiwe throws Malcolm Merlyn during a fight. It is also mentioned that "Star Wars" and "Indiana Jones" inspired Ray and Nate Heywood to become an engineer and historian, respectively. 

Legion of Super-HeroesEdit

  • In the episode "Brain Drain", when Brainiac 5 explains the Coluan alignment process, he orders Computo to display "video file TK-421", a reference to the stormtrooper with the same codename.

LEXX: The SeriesEdit

  • In the episode "Woz", the crew of the LEXX encounter The Dark Lady (Lenore Zann), whose costume appears to be based on that worn by Lumiya.

Life on MarsEdit

  • In the third episode of the second series, Gene asks Sam how he (Sam) thinks Gene spends his time at the police station. Sam facetiously replies "building a Death Star"?

Life on Mars (US Remake)Edit

  • While talking to his mother, Sam Tyler gives a false name, Luke Skywalker, as his identity, and says "it's a Navajo name".

Little BritainEdit

  • When Jeremy Rent offers Dennis Waterman the role of "Obi-Wan's cousin Kenneth" in the new Star Wars film, Waterman states that he has never heard of Star Wars, although he is very familiar with Howard the Duck.
  • During the second episode of series 2, Linda Flint greets a student with black T-shirt depicting two TIE fighters.
  • In the second episode of the third season Don orders a Vindaloo and in the following stream of phrases shouts Vader's: "You are part of the Rebel Alliance and a traitor!"
  • In the same episode, After Linda calls a female student with a moustache Magnum P.I., as the student goes to the door Linda tells Martin on the phone "Yes Harriet saw her at the swimming baths, said it was like Chewbacca in a Bikini".
  • In the fourth episode of the third season Marjorie proposes Jabba as a name for a child, whom she thinks will be fat once born.
  • In Little Britain Live, Linda Flint calls a female student with extremely hairy armpits "Chewbacca". Linda then goes on to impersonate a Wookiee growl.

Loonatics UnleashedEdit

  • In "The Heir Up There" the Royal Tweetums says "I'm three and a half parsecs old."
  • Sylth Vester's armour, scars, helmet, disfigured face (though back was only seen), and that he is not entirely evil is very much like Darth Vader.
  • Queen Grannicus's personality is actually like Darth Sidious.

The LoopEdit

  • In the season two episode "Windows", Sam asks "Well where do they throw out the trash?" to which his assistant Darcy replies, "Hold on, let me plug my R2 unit into the system." This is a reference to the scene in A New Hope when R2-D2 needs to find out which trash compacter Luke ad the others are in.

LostEdit

  • Confidence Man
    • Hurley calls Jack's calming of a hyperventilating asthma patient "a Jedi moment".
  • Exodus
    • As final preparations are being made on the raft, a frustrated Michael corrects Jin, exclaiming "this one goes there, that one goes there!"
    • This is the first episode that Sawyer is heard calling Jin "Chewie". He also refers to Michael as "Han".
  • Orientation
    • When Jin, Michael and Sawyer are stuck in a pit, Sawyer asks Jin: "Help me up Chewie!" Sawyer refers to Jin as "Chewie" several other times throughout the series, making light of his inability to understand English.
  • Fire + Water & Dave
  • One of Sawyer's many nicknames for Hurley is "Jabba" because of his obesity. In the episode Dave, Hurley beats up Sawyer while repeating all of the nicknames he received from Sawyer, including "Jabba".
  • Hurley's imaginary friend Dave asks him, "What, do you think they really blew up the Death Star?", implying that the polaroid taken of him is a special effect.
  • Not in Portland
    • When Alex, Kate, and Sawyer travel to the prison camp where Karl is being held, Alex ties Sawyer's and Kate's hands loosely with rope. She takes them up to the prison guard outside the prison and claims she's captured the escaped prisoners. Sawyer then breaks loose from the rope and knocks the guard down and says "Don't get mad at me because you were dumb enough to fall for the old Wookiee prisoner gag."
  • The Brig
    • When Sawyer is in the brig with Locke's father, he asks him if he's ever been to Jasper, Alabama. Cooper replies: "Don't tell me I'm your daddy" than Sawyer says: "No. You killed my daddy".
    • Sawyer strangles Anthony Cooper with a chain, the same way Princess Leia kills Jabba the Hutt in Return of the Jedi.
  • Confirmed Dead
  • Meet Kevin Johnson
  • Something Nice Back Home
  • Some Like It Hoth
    • The episode name is a direct reference to the planet Hoth.
    • In 1977 Miles and Hurley, who time-travelled to there from 2004 and 2007 respectively, are discussing Miles' relationships with his father. Miles notices that Hurley is writing something in his notebook and discovers that it is the script of The Empire Strikes Back, which Hurley saw "like, 200 times": "Exterior--Hoth. A little spy robot thingy zips through the atmosphere and crashes into the snowy planet below. That's when Chewbacca shows up and blasts it away with his crossbow laser. He shakes his fury fist in the sky in triumph. Chewbacca--Raaar." Hurley plans to finish the script and to send it to George Lucas with a few "improvements". Later, referring to Miles being unwilling to talk to his father, he says: "In Empire, Luke found out Vader was his father, but instead of putting away his lightsaber and talking about it, he overreacted and got his hand cut off. I mean, they worked it out eventually, but at what cost? Another Death Star was destroyed, Boba Fett got eaten by the Sarlacc, and we got the Ewoks. It all could've been avoided if they'd just, you know, communicated. And let's face it. The Ewoks sucked, dude."[1]
  • Lighthouse
    • Hugo says that Jacob only appears occasionally, like Obi-Wan.
  • The Last Recruit
    • Sawyer tells Hugo that Sayid has gone over to the dark side. Hugo answers that it's possible to come back from the dark side, as Anakin did, to which Sawyer replies, "Who the hell is Anakin?"
  • The End
    • After Sawyer states that Jacob never says anything about anything, Hugo answers "Yeah, dude. He's worse than Yoda."
    • Shortly afterwards, Hugo says "I've got a bad feeling about this."

Lost GirlEdit

  • In the fourth second season episode "Mirror, Mirror", Bo mispronounces Baba Yaga's name the second time during a drunken discussion with Kenzi, referring to her as "Baby Yoda."
  • In "Original Skin", the ninth episode of the same season, Kenzi refers the dark fae bounty hunter Woods as "Boba Fett" after finding out the convict, Reynard has taken over Bo's body.
  • In the eleventh second season episode "Can't See the Fae-Rest", Bo, while working undercover with Kenzi for the light fae police, meets Clive, a young rich male who states that his family calls him "C-3PO - Human-Cyborg relations"

Love, Inc.Edit

  • In the episode "Bosom Buddies," Denise refers to her boyfriend Greg's way of ending a conversation as a "Jedi mind trick."

MadEdit

  • In the second episode, there are two sketches featuring references to Star Wars. The first, called "TransBOREmores," there is a party with C-3PO and R2-D2 in the background. The second sketch is called "The Groan Wars" and is a parody of The Clone Wars animated series.
  • In a sketch entitled "WALL-E-NATOR," Oscar the Grouch from Sesame Street makes an appearance and references R2-D2.
  • In a sketch called "Star Blecch," a parody of the 2009 Star Trek movie, there are numerous references made to Star Wars. First, a mention is made of the bar scene and how it is taken from A New Hope, there are even two Star Wars aliens that jump Captain Kirk. In another scene, Kirk is on an ice planet and walks past Luke Skywalker hanging upside down in the Wampa lair. The next mention comes during a confrontation between the antagonist and Kirk where they ask how many times they are going to steal from Star Wars. Finally, the Enterprise sends out Luke Skywalker and R2-D2 in an X-Wing to destroy the enemy ship.
  • In a segment called "Celebrities Without Their Make-up," Iron Man is shown without his "make-up" to be C-3PO.
  • In the sketch entitled "Are You Karate Kidding Me?," a parody of the Karate Kid remake, a reference is made to the Dagobah training scene from The Empire Strikes Back with an appearance of Luke Skywalker and Yoda including telling the main characters that they were looking to get sued. The line "You must feel the Force flow through you, it is the only way you can defeat Vader" was also said.
  • In the sketch entitled "Force Code," Colter Stevens from the film Source Code has to stop the Death Star from exploding. Also appearing are Darth Vader, Obi-Wan Kenobi (disguise), Snoova, and Alderaan.
  • In the second season premiere, the Jedi from Star Wars (Obi-Wan Kenobi) gets spoofed alongside with Priceline Negotiator in the ad.
  • In a sketch entitled "Han Solo and Gretel," Han Solo appeared being spoofed alongside with Hansel and Gretel.
  • In the sixth episode of season two, there are two sketches featuring references to Star Wars. Boba Fett appeared in the first sketch entitled "What Would Boba Fett Do?" In the second sketch entitled "ThunderLOLcats," one of the Narwhals (from the video "Narwhals" by mrweebl) said he was the "Jedi of the Sea" (which was a line in the song).
  • In the sketch entitled "How I Met Your Mummy," Chewbacca is seen in line at the DMV.
  • In the sketch entitled "DVR2D2," R2-D2 advertises a digital video recorder (DVR).
  • In the sketch entitled "Al Pacino and the Chipmunks," Al Pacino regrets not getting the role of Han Solo. The line "Laugh it up, fuzzball!" was also said.
  • In the sketch entitled "Real Veal," C-3PO and R2-D2 appear as one of the robots in the match.
  • In the sketch entitled "The Adventures of Tauntaun," the classic comic Tintin gets mistranslated and retold in a galaxy far, far away.
  • In the sketch entitled "Moves Like Jabba," one of Jabba the Hutt's guards explains how he got his job.
  • In the third season premiere, there are two sketches featuring references to Star Wars. The first, called "The Iron Giant Lady," C-3PO appears as a presenter. The second sketch is called "Raising a New Hope" and is a crossover of A New Hope and Raising Hope.
  • In a sketch entitled "Yawn Carter," Anakin Skywalker tries to tells John Carter that he took his speeder bike.
  • In a sketch entitled "Sheriff Robo Boba Lobo," Boba Fett gets spoofed along with The Misadventures of Sheriff Lobo.
  • In the fourth episode of season three, there are three sketches featuring references to Star Wars. In MADvent Calendar, the announcer announces that Star Wars turns 35 or 912 in Wookiee years. In the second sketch entitled "Betty White & the Huntsman," one of the posters in Betty White's shack reads "Darth Betty". Later, R2-D2 and C-3PO fuse into one droid in a cartoon.
  • In the fifth episode of season three, a cartoon features Obi-Wan Kenobi showing Darth Maul his spork.

MadTVEdit

  • In a two-part skit featuring Ms. Swan, Mark Hamill cameos as her crime-boss father. As he tries to convince her to join the family so he could profit from her beauty salon, she grabs a lightsaber and pokes him with it. He slaps it away with his hand and forces her off a balcony. He then quotes the famous, "Join me.." line and the "I am your father" line, before Ms. Swan falls off the balcony.
  • One skit involved a parodied Jane pauley from Dateline visiting George Lucas at Skywalker Ranch to see behind the scenes of works in progress. The skit involves visiting areas around the tiny ranch, including meeting with a proposed new character called 'Jar Jar Mimah' in reference to the criticism tha Jar Jar Binks was a racial stereotype of African Americans.

The Magic School Bus (TV series)Edit

  • In the episode "Inside Ralphie," when Ms. Frizzle is talking about the action going on inside the sick Ralphie's body, the spaceships on his pajama shirt become animated, and a series of TIE Advanced x1's attack one of the normal, human rocket ships.

Malcolm in the MiddleEdit

  • In the episode "Forwards Backwards", Hal asks Craig when they are going to the comic book store. Craig responds, in Yoda's voice, "Patience, Luke! You are reckless!"

Married... with ChildrenEdit

  • In the episode "Married... With Aliens" involving Al seeing aliens, Kelly tells him he got a phone call from the Loch Ness Monster and Bigfoot wondering if he could make poker at Darth Vader's house (and the Klingons were also invited). At the end of the episode, a scroll not unlike Star Wars' plays, announcing how Al Bundy saved Earth and 100 planets from destruction by a comet as his socks were used as fuel for the alien ships to push the comet away.
  • In a later episode, the father mentions Jabba the Hutt.

Men in Black: The SeriesEdit

  • In the second episode, K pulls a lightsaber-like device from a weapons locker.
  • In one episode, the password to an alien club/bar was "Yoda howls at midnight", as said by Frank (the alien pug).

The MentalistEdit

  • In the Season 1 episode "Red Brick and Ivy," Patrick Jane mentions that Darth Vader is Luke's father.
  • In the Season 3 episode "Bloodsport," Patrick Jane tries the mind trick on a guard, telling him that "These aren't the droids you're looking for."

Meteorite MenEdit

  • On the Gold Basin episode, the Meteorite Men take their meteorite sample to Arizona State University and analyze its chondrules under a microscope. Upon seeing a spherical chondrule, one of the guys announces "it looks like the Death Star."

The Mighty BooshEdit

Mighty Morphin Alien Rangers

  • Skull wonders if the Alien Rangers ever met Darth Vader.

Mind of MenciaEdit

  • Carlos Mencia, playing the role of an Indian running a 7-11 in a skit, refers to a man purchasing cigarettes and speaking with a vocalizer as "Death Vader".

Mock the WeekEdit

  • In an episode where the panelists discuss Lord Mandelson, Frankie Boyle, who constantly makes jokes about Peter Mandelson being evil asked "Who made him a Lord, the Sith!?" and in response to the question "why has Mandelson been in the news this week", Boyle replies "he's building a Death Star. After Boyle's remark about Mandelson building a Death Star, the program's host Dara O'Brian briefly hums the Imperial March.
  • In one episode, a topic for the "scenes we'd like to see" segment, is "Lines you Wouldn't Hear in a Sci-Fi Film". This leads the following Star Wars jokes:

Hugh Dennis: I am C-3PO. This my cousin WD40.

Russell Howard: Alright Chewie? You look different after that back, sack, and crack wax. (Howard then impersonates a Wookiee's growl followed by a pained moan).

Michael McIntyre: My name is Obi-Wan Kenobi. This is my brother "Oh Be Careful" , my sister "Oh Behave", and my dog "Oh Be a Sport".

Frankie Boyle: Use the Force Luke. I've run out of lubricant.

Frankie Boyle: Vader, you look like a big black dildo.

Russell Howard: (Impersonates a Wookiee's growl and then clears his throat) Thank God. I've had that hairball in there for years.

Hugh Dennis: I need to break into the Death Star's computer system. Who knows Darth Maul's mother's maiden name?

  • In another episode, one of the topics for "scenes we'd like to see" was "Things you don't Want to hear on an Aeroplane". One of Russell Howard's contributions was "Punch it Chewie". This was followed by an impersonation of a Wookiee's growl.
  • In an episode when the panellists discuss the release of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Dara O'Brien asks Russell Howard, who was in the waiting line, why he didn't come dressed up as a Stormtrooper so he could be "the wrong character from the wrong series". Dara then goes on to impersonate Darth Vader saying "Well i am Darth Vader, sorry i only have the one costume, i use it for all these events.". Russell admits that he should have come dressed as a Sith Lord, waiting the whole time and when it was his turn order "the Da Vinci Code please".
  • In Series 8, Episode 3, one of the topics for "scenes we'd like to see" was "Unlikely Lines to Hear in a Hollywood Blockbuster". One of Hugh Dennis' contributions was "Mr. Vader? We are the child support agency".

MongrelsEdit

  • When the main character Nelson's French pen friend (infected with rabies), Nelson accidentally Beats him in a Victorian parlor game Marion says "Have you never watched Star Wars? you should always let the Wookiee win!" Followed by a cut to a Raffle contest full of old women and where Marrion did not let a Wookiee win...

Monster GarageEdit

  • In the episode where the crew attempts to cross a De Lorean DMC-12 with a hovercraft, one of the crew members puts a rubber mat on his head, upon which another mechanic comments "You look like an Ewok!"

Monsters and Mysteries in AmericaEdit

  • The episode "Aliens" had a scene mimicking the beginning of Revenge of the Sith.
  • The Spottsville Monster occasionally let out a screech that sounded like a TIE fighter.

MoonlightingEdit

  • In "Funeral For a Door Nail", David Addison and the corrupted lawyer that's bent on escaping, fight with two brooms like lightsabers (the brooms are even colored red and blue) while the Star Wars main theme is playing.

Mr. Show with Bob and DavidEdit

  • In one episode, there is a sketch were a character has a dead snake named C-3PO.

Muppet BabiesEdit

  • In "Gonzo's Video Show", the kids borrow Nanny's video camera and make a parody of Star Wars.
  • The opening scenes of the show depict the Millennium Falcon flying in space.
  • Nanny goes on vacations, but the kids are worried about the substitute. Gonzo imagines that the new Nanny will be Darth Vader (who is wearing Nanny's stripped socks). He teaches them about lightsabers.
  • One episode parodies Star Wars, among several other famous science fiction franchises—including Star Trek, Indiana Jones, and Back to the Future.

The Muppet ShowEdit

  • In 1979, a "Pigs in Space" sketch featured a vil
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    lain called "Dearth Nadir," who was described in menacing tones by the narrator as he approached facing the camera. When the the narrator asked, rhetorically, what his true identity was, Nadir turned his head, revealing a large curved nose in his helmet, identifying him as Gonzo the Great. "The world will never know!" he shouted.
  • Also in 1979, there was a brief mention on the episode with Dudley Moore as guest star. As part of the backstage plot, Moore had brought along a music-playing .machine which Kermit described as looking like "A fugitive from Star Wars."
  • Mark Hamill was featured as the guest star in 1980 soon after The Empire Strikes Back' release. Along with R2-D2 and C-3PO, they were searching for Chewbacca, who was "held prisoner by a bunch of weird turkeys." They hijacked the cast of the skit the Pigs in Space to "borrow" the ship for the search. Miss Piggy is dressed as Princess Leia on the ship that they "borrowed". "Dearth Nadir" reappears as a villain in this episode.

My FamilyEdit

  • In Series 11, Episode 4, "Germs of Indearment", Ben and Susan are on a plane when Ben asks Susan to swap seats with him because he's sat next to an annoying guy. Susan remarks: "Anything to stop you going to the dark side."

My HeroEdit

  • A major character in this show, Tyler, who is dellusional, believes that various fictional characters such as from Star Wars are real. Therefore he makes many references to it.
    • In episode 1.05, "Old Man Riverdance", Tyler introduces himself to George's father, Seamus, as Tyler-Wan Kenobi, great-grandson of Obi-Wan Kenobi. As Seamus is an alien, he takes Tyler seriously. When Tyler leaves he says "May the Force be With You", Seamus then says "And with you".
    • In episode 3.01, "Baby Talk", Ollie, a talking baby who is only a day old, asks Tyler to tell him about the world. He tells him "The planet will live on is called the Earth and it's one of seven planets which orbit a large star, called the Death Star".
    • In episode 3.02, "Zero Tolerance", Tyler says that for the first ten years of boarding school he was bullied and beaten, humiliated so much he retreated into a dreamworld where he couldn't tell fantasy from reality. But he said he went past that and he now knows Luke Skywalker and Dan Dare Pilot of the Future is fantasy whereas Lara Croft and the Wombles are real.
    • In episode 3.06, "Shock, Horror!", Tyler is interviewed by a BBC journalist in George's health shop due to the George Bush's appearance there after he was accidentally lost somewhere by Thermoman (George). He says "Well i was just closing up the shop and I found this grumpy bloke slumped in the corner, and he said he was the President of the United States and I said oh right I'm Obi-Wan Kenobi, Master of the Jedi. The Journalist assumed "So you thought he was joking and you were just playing along?", Tyler then told him "No i really am Obi-Wan Kenobi".
    • In episode 3.09, "A Little Learning", when Mrs. Raven tells her boyfriend Arnie she's going to marry him, Tyler says "I love a good wedding, d'you remember when Han Solo finally married Princess Leia, i gave him a fruit mixer".
    • In episode 3.10, "A Day to Remember", when George loses his memory that he is the Ultronian superhero, Thermoman, Janet, Arnie and Tyler try to make him remember who he is. Tyler tells him "you're busy mates with Luke Skywalker and the Ewoks", confusing George. Later on in the same episode, when Thermoman tries to stop a meteor heading for Earth and can't remember the angle at which to hit it. Tyler advises him "George, George forget the angle, feel the force, close your eyes and (Impersonates Obi-Wan) Feel the Force!", Thermoman tries to "Feel the Force" but then says "What the Hell does that mean!? It's rubbish!".
    • In episode 4.01, "A Sporting Chance", Tyler tries to get Mrs. Raven to love him by telling her he is Thermoman, she then sarcastically says "You're Thermoman? Oh yeah course you are, and i'm Princess Leia." Tyler (believing her to actually be Leia) remarks "Princess? You look so changed".

My Little Pony: Friendship Is MagicEdit

  • In Season 2, Episode 2, after the main 6 ponies defeat the two-part pilot episode's villain, Discord, they get a ceremony in Canterlot castle's throne room, with Princess Celestia congratulating them. This scene is very similar to the throne room scene at the end of Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.
  • In Season 3, Episode 4, Scootaloo claims that Babs Seed "just went to the dark side."
  • In Season 3, Episode 5, Twilight Sparkel's training under Zecora is similar to Luke Skywalker's training under Yoda, including the line "Unlearn what you have learned."
  • In Season 3, Episode 7, Fluttershy quotes the line "I have a bad feeling about this".

My Name is EarlEdit

  • In My Name is Earl, there is an old man who places a device to his throat in order for others to hear his voice, the voice appears to be robotic because of the device. He is told to say "Luke, I am your father".

My Parents are AliensEdit

  • In episode 1.02, "The Home Team", when the family practice for a school quiz in the attic, Josh arrives amazed at the decorations in the attic. Brian tells him he just "threw some spare parts together", Josh then says "Spare Parts! from what, the Death Star!?".
  • In episode 1.04, "It's a Dog's Life", when Lucy tells Mel she found a lost Dog outside the cinema. Brian says "something called Star Wars, boy did they get that wrong".
  • In episode 2.08, "The Family Way", when Mel and Josh start to worry about the fact that their alien foster mother, Sophie, is pregnant. Lucy suggests it may have "Brian's eyes and Sophie's smile", while Josh argues it might have "Yoda's ears or Free Willy's blowhole".
  • In episode 5.11, "Pygmalien", when Mel accuses Brian of having no friends, Brian asks "What about that bloke with the big black hat, breathes heavily, he's my friend." Mel tells him "Darth Vader is not your friend he's a fictional character!".
  • In episode 7.12, "Wrestlemaniac", when Pete, Frankie, Harry and Gavin Gooch go to a diner for a snack, Gavin's threatening appearance persuades the waiter to serve them the food for free in a manner similar to a Mind trick. Gavin says "They're on the house, enjoy you're meal" and Andy the waiter repeats it, Frankie then says "Wow! the Force is Strong with this one" a quote commonly used in Star Wars.

My Phone GenieEdit

  • In the first episode, "Serve and Protect", Mobbsy impersonates Darth Vader after Naoko uses her inhaler, comparing the sound to Vader's breathing.

My Wife and KidsEdit

  • In the episode "Snapping and Sniffing", Janet calls Michael "Obi-Wan Kabaldi" after he holds an exaggerated speech about standing up for his family.
  • In the episode "No Rules", Kyle says "Think of me as Darth Vader. I am your empire. And you do not want the empire to strike back."

Mystery Science Theater 3000Edit

  • The set for the early seasons of Mystery Science Theater 3000 featured hundreds of complicated "sciencey" objects glued onto the walls and spray-painted a monolithic gray to give the Satellite of Love a mock-futuristic feel. Among the objects was a genuine Kenner model of the Millennium Falcon. Ordinarily, these objects were too small to be identified on video, but the Falcon would occasionally appear prominently in a close-up shot. The Millennium Falcon can be seen as well in later seasons, as can a plastic cutout of Darth Vader's head.
  • In episode K12, Fugitive Alien, Tom Servo says "Hey, aren't those X-wing fighters from Star Wars?" upon seeing two X-wing-like spaceships.
  • In episode 104, Women of the Prehistoric Planet, Servo and Joel brainstorm what the spaceship looks like. Eventually, Servo says, "It's any piece of alternative reality we choose it to be." Joel replies, "That's no alternative piece of reality. That's a battle station!" paraphrasing the "That's no moon" dialogue from A New Hope.
  • In episode 110, Robot Holocaust, Joel reacts to Torque lifting a rebel by the throat by saying "I saw Darth Vader do that once." Later, as Klyton the effeminate 'freebot' is attacking a guard robot, Crow shouts, "That's for R2-D2! That's for C-3PO! That's for Julie Newmar! And that's just cause I wanna!"
  • In episode 204, Catalina Caper, the robots are saying their prayers. "And God bless Data and his really cool robot named Lal," says Tom Servo. "And R2-D2 and all the extras in Westworld," adds Crow.
  • In episode 302, Gamera, Crow mocks the strange bond between the giant monster Gamera and the little boy "Kenny." During a close-up of Gamera, Crow does a James Earl Jones voice and intones, "Kenny, join me, and together we will rule the univ– oh." Servo asks, "Darth Turtle?"
  • In episode 303, Pod People, there is a shot of a small glowing cave that rather resembles Yoda's hut. Tom Servo begins impersonating Yoda. "Luke! Use the Force! Finish your training you will!" Later in the film, Trumpy is frightened by a toy robot and causes it to spark. Joel observes "carbon scoring all over my droid."
  • In episode 318, Star Force: Fugitive Alien II, the episode opens with Tom Servo and Crow engaging in an "ontological discussion about the nature of puppets" and their "symbiotic relationship to man." After touching on Big Bird and H.R. Pufnstuf, the conversation turns on the definition of "puppet" and how it differs from a costume.
  • Tom then admits he doesn't know how to classify Yoda. The end of the movie features a long sequence that can be described as either an homage or blatant theft of the trench run from Star Wars. Joel innocently asks "Where have I seen this before?" to which Servo responds, "Oh, I don’t know. Long time ago in a galaxy far, far away?"
  • In episode 408, Hercules Unchained, Joel says, "You know, this kind of reminds me of The Empire Strikes Back, except it's not very good."
  • In episode 410, Hercules Against the Moon Men, as soldiers march through a barren desert region, Crow paraphrases C-3PO's monologue from the early scenes of A New Hope—"Not that way, Artoo. You'll be breaking down in no time"—while Servo whistles in a passable imitation of R2-D2.
  • In episode 412, Hercules and the Captive Women, Joel spots an odd-shaped chandelier in the background. "Hey, look behind him. There's the Millennium Falcon."
  • In episode 414, Tormented, the ghost of Vi stands shouting Tom Stewart's name while he sleeps. Joel says, "Help me, Obi-Wan. You're my last hope." At the end of the episode, Joel and the bots try to cheer themselves up with happy thoughts, and one of Tom Servo's happy thoughts is "And we all get to go to the Valley High Drive in our pajamas and watch the Star Wars triple feature dusk to dawn!"
  • In episode 418, Attack of the Eye Creatures, a spaceship blows up, followed by a rapid jump-cut to a policeman in an entirely different location saying "What the—" The movie never specifies how the policeman knew about the explosion. Crow reacts by saying "There's a great disturbance in the Force."
  • In episode 420, The Human Duplicators, the bots discuss the revelation that Dr. Kolos (Richard Kiel), creator of the androids, was an android himself. "I thought it was really great that Richard Kiel finally came out in the end and confessed that he was indeed an android," says Joel. "I mean, it's not like we didn't know it all along..." This prompts a discussion of other famous robots "coming out."
  • In episode 513, The Brain That Wouldn't Die, during a shot of an artificial respirator, Mike does a Darth Vader impersonation: "Luke, join me or you'll star in Corvette Summer." Corvette Summer was the movie Mark Hamill starred in immediately after the original Star Wars, and is often regarded as not very good.
  • In episode 516, Alien from L.A., Crow makes the snap-hiss-sizzle sound of a lightsaber when Professor Arnold Saknussemm turns on his flashlight in a dark tomb.
  • In episode 519, Outlaw, Crow refers to the "hunter" hired to track down Cabot as "Boba Fett."
  • In episode 601, Girls Town, Mike describes Fred (Mel Tormé) as "like a youthful Jabba the Hutt."
  • In episode 604, Zombie Nightmare, Gypsy's poem to Adam West begins, "I used to like you when you were a Caped Crusader / Way more than even Darth Vader."
  • In episode 611, Last of the Wild Horses, Dr. Forrester, returning from an alternate dimension, says, "It's as if all my intestines cried out at once and were suddenly silenced."
  • In episode 706, Laserblast, Billy Duncan passes
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    a Star Wars billboard and blasts it with his laser. "So there's just a sign that says 'Star Wars'?" asks Mike. "Reminding one of the movie Star Wars," Servo answers. The billboard does not show any of the actual promotional Star Wars posters, merely the words. (Laserblast was released in 1978, the year after Star Wars.) After the sign explodes, Crow complains, "I hadn't finished reading that." Later, during another Billy Duncan laser-blasting spree, Crow says, "Mark Hamill in Falling Down."
  • In episode 804, The Deadly Mantis, Crow says, "It was as though millions of monkeys cried out in terror and were suddenly silenced."
  • In episode 806, The Undead, the witch Livia conjures a vision in a glass, which appears as a ghostly apparition of the maiden Helene. As it appears, Crow says, "Help me, Obi-Wan Ke – oh, different movie."
  • In episode 809, I Was a Teenage Werewolf, Crow refers to Arlene's father as "Jabba the Husband." Later, as the werewolf peeks from behind a tree, Servo narrates, "1943: An Ewok makes it behind German lines."
  • In episode 813, Jack Frost, a Russo-Finnish co-production, the hero Ivan briefly sees a vision of the heroine Nastinka, prompting Crow to say, "Help me, Obi-Wan Kenoboski."
  • In episode 821, Time Chasers, as the "hero" Nick Miller gets stuck in a tree, Servo says, "Maybe he'll be torn apart by Ewoks."
  • In episode 907, Hobgoblins, a dull scene with security guard McCreedy and his trainee Dennis has dragged on for a while when Servo exclaims, "Okay, so what, now he becomes a Jedi knight? Why am I sitting here?"
  • In episode 910, The Final Sacrifice, Mike describes the movie's antagonist Satoris as "Canadian Villain: Garth Vader." At the end of the movie, The Lost City of Ziox rises. During one shot, it is seen in silhouette, and the main central temple rather resembles Darth Vader. Tom Servo does his Vader impression: "Luke, it is your destiny." He then does two cycles of Vader-breathing.
  • In episode 913, Quest of the Delta Knights, the heroes are chased through a tree-village. One of the men shouts out, "I'm coming!" in a high-pitched voice. Mike asks, "So the Ewoks grew up to be big, stupid men?"
  • In episode 1010, It Lives by Night, Servo says, "Could this be my Yoda-like mentor?" when characters stumble upon an old drunk in a barn.

MythBustersEdit

The NannyEdit

  • In the episode "The Taxman Cometh", a videotape of Sylvia's is played on the TV, showing her dressed as Princess Leia and Morty dressed as Darth Vader on Let's Make a Deal.

National Geographic PresentsEdit

  • In the episode "Tornado Intercept", the lead storm chaser sits on top of his tornado-proof vehicle, earlier stated as being inspired by the vehicles of Star Wars, wearing the Darth Vader Voice Changer, and screaming, "Nooooooooo", after several weeks without luck finding tornadoes.

NCISEdit

NCIS: Los AngelesEdit

  • In the season 8 episode Golden Days, Charles Langstrom, while staking out with G. Callen, refers to Owen Granger as "Obi-Wan" while recounting a story about Granger during the time they were in Vietnam.

Ned's Declassified School Survival GuideEdit

  • In the episode "Lockers", Coach Dirga says to Cookie, "I don't care if your locker is on the ice planet of Hoth."
  • In the episode "Dodgeball", Cookie walks into the gym to play dodgeball as Star Wars-esque music plays, almost reminiscent of Darth Vader's theme. He dons a tape recording helmet that bears similarity to Darth Vader's helmet while also turning his voice low, and turns to the "dark side" and eliminates all of Ned's friends.
  • In the same episode, there is a ball that Moze uses which is called the "Force". She also hears the words, when she joins back in the game "use the Force, Moze".
  • In the episode "Bad Habits", Ned screams "No!!" towards the ceiling, just like Darth Vader.
  • In one episode, Moze says "C'mon, R2" to Cookie, referring to his need and love for technology.
  • In the episode "Video Projects", Martin is caught on camera doing antics similar to the Star Wars Kid. Later, while Martin is hiding since people are laughing at him, Martin remarks that people are calling him names like "The Dorktrix" and "Dork of the Rings", as Ned chimes in and says "Don't forget Dork Vader".

The New Batman AdventuresEdit

  • In the episode, "Mad Love," the Joker voiced by Mark Hamill impersonates a dentist when Commissioner Gordon goes to a dental appointment. Batman comes to the commisioner's aid, at which point the Joker tosses a grenade into the commissioners lap and says "May the floss be with you," before fleeing.
  • In the episode "Legends of the Dark Knight" Firefly uses what is described in DVD commentary as a "flame saber", after one commentator has called it a lightsaber, due to similar design.

NewsRadioEdit

  • In the episode "Space," a standalone episode based in a nonspecific future time, Catherine Duke reads a news item about the attack on the Death Star:

"Tragedy struck today in Sector 9 as rebel terrorists blew up the Death Star killing thousands. The Rebel Alliance, a fringe group of Anti-Empire fanatics, has claimed responsibility for the terrorist act. Fortunately Lord Vader escaped without harm. Our hearts go out to the families of the victims."

NikitaEdit

Ninjago: Masters of SpinjitzuEdit

  • At the end of Episode 14: Darkness Shall Rise, after Garmadon creates his Mega Weapon, Sensei Wu says, "I fear their is a great disturbance in the force."
  • In Episode 13: Day of the Great Devourer, Zane says, "Probability of making it that far is less than 8%" to which Nya responds, "Never tell me the odds". A reference to The Empire Strikes Back where C-3P0 tells Han Solo the odds of surviving an asteroid field.

Nip/TuckEdit

  • In season 4, episode 3 "Monica Wilder", when Christian Troy sees himself naked in a youtube video, he angrily states "I look like Jabba the Hutt!"
  • In season 5, at the beginning of episode 2 "Joyce & Sharon Monroe", Joyce Monroe explains her work on the Walk of Fame "I am working for tips. I made more than even Chewbacca and Superman!" Later that episode, Sharon Monroe states "But McNamara/Troy did her boobies, Chewbacca told me so!"

Nu, pogodi!/Well, you just wait!Edit

  • In the 18th episode of this Soviet/Russian animated series ("Supermarket") the Wolf and the Hare activate robots which fight using lightsabers.

The O.C.Edit

  • The character of Seth Cohen (Adam Brody) is a fan of the films, and mentions them many times during the series.
  • The theatrical trailer for Episode III premiered during the March 10, 2005 episode, with an introduction by Adam Brody. The episode included several references to Star Wars, all written in for Fox's Star Wars celebration.
  • George Lucas appeared as himself in the episode "The O.Sea", doing so at the request of his daughters, who were fans of the show.
  • The day the Star Wars: Episode III video game came out Seth and Ryan play it.

The Office (US Remake)Edit

  • In "The Fire", Michael insists on calling himself a mix of Mr. Myogi and Yoda. He later tries to imitate Yoda, which Ryan mistakes for another iconic Frank Oz puppet, Fozzy Bear.
  • In "Halloween", Dwight dresses up as a Sith Lord, and acts as such despite being mistaken as a monk.
  • In "The Negotiation", Dwight rejects a beer from Jim, who wishes to thank him for pepper-spraying Pam's attacking ex-boyfriend. Dwight says that Han Solo didn't save Luke from the TIE Fighters for a free beer.
  • In "Goodbye, Toby", Michael, offering to help new employee Holly assemble her desk chair, deliberately mistakes "yoga" for "Yoda" in conversation and adjusts his voice accordingly—that Holly responds in kind is, in his view, one of the first signs that the woman he would later marry might be something special.
  • In "Weight Loss", Michael dresses up as a fat person, and says, "I am beautiful." He then places several pictures of other fat people on the wall, saying, "He is beautiful" after each one. One of the pictures is of Jabba the Hutt.
  • In "Business Ethics", after Dwight claims to "never" take personal time at work, Jim and Andy have a loud conversation about Dwight's beloved Battlestar Galactica, saying it has strange creatures such as Wookiees and Klingons, calling the main character "Dumbledore Calrissian", and describing the 2004 reboot as a "shot-for-shot remake" of the original series with which it has little in common, daring Dwight to set the record straight, thereby disproving his previous claim.
  • In "Michael's Last Dundies", Dwight, after being passed over as a candidate to replace Michael, bitterly describes himself as "always a Padawan, never a Jedi".

Oggy and the CockroachesEdit

  • In "Oggywood", Oggy and Joey dress up as Darth Vader and Obi Wan Kenobi respectively and briefly duel with Lightsabers (with Joey coming out on top).
  • In "Fly to the Sun", after Oggy's house is launched into space, Jack uses a telescope to locate it but not before finding the Death Star. Later, when Jack activates a giant magnet to bring back Oggy's home, it attracts, among other things, the Death Star instead. (In later broadcasts, the Death Star was given the shape of a star, presumably to avoid lawsuits.)

Once Upon a TimeEdit

Orange commercialEdit

  • Darth Vader and two stormtroopers enter a room with five movie producers. Vader proposes his new idea for a three-hour movie about Vader and the dark side. Then one producer asks: "What made you think that people would be interested in that?"
    Vader:"Search your feelings"
    Producer #1:"Well, my feelings are that I already have Episode III to promote and I can't use two dark movies. The numbers just don't work."
    Vader (uses Mind Trick on one of the producers):"This is the perfect project for you"
    Producer #2: "This is the perfect project for us"
    Producer #1 slaps Producer #2
    Producer #2: "Sorry, master."
    Producer #1: "Your Jedi mind tricks won't work on me. Around here, I am the emperor, this is my Galaxy and in my galaxy I need product.
    Vader: "The Force is strong here".
    Producer #3: "No, the phone is strong here"
    Producer #1 (simulating Vader's low voice with his hands): "Never underestimate the power of the Orange side. Why don't you join us?"
    Producer #4:"We can combine forces to bring order to the industry"
    Producer #1: (mumbles the Imperial March.)
    Vader:"Join you?! Never!" (all the producers join Producer #1's Imperial March.)
    Producer #1: "Bye, bye, bye Darth Vader" (on the beat of the Imperial March).

Paddington Bear (1989 TV series)Edit

  • In the episode "Goings on at Number 32", Mrs. Bird was looking through a TV guide-book and on one page the very words "Star Wars" (except spelled differently; the T was a plus sign) could be seen.

Parks and RecreationEdit

  • In the episode "Article Two", Garth Blundin attempts to fight against Leslie Knope's effort to remove outdated Pawnee laws by reciting an eight-minute long Star Wars filibuster. It should be worth noting that Patton Oswalt, who portrays Garth, improvised the filibuster and is a die-hard fan of the Star Wars saga.

Pawn StarsEdit

  • On the show Rick and Chumlee go to a prospective clients house, and try to buy two life-sized figures of Jar Jar Binks and Darth Maul off of him, but can not come to an agreement. Rick compares Jar Jar to Chumlee and Chumlee says that "Darth Maul is scary" and when Rick is trying to negotiate says "Rick, use the Force, it will guide you to the right answer."
  • On one episode, Rick is haggling with a woman on Apollo Astronaut signatures, and offers to give her 3,500 for all three. The woman asks for 4,000 and then says that we can start at 5,000 and then haggle their way down. Normally Rick refuses to budge, yet instantly says okay to 4,000 and shakes her hand, prompting Chumlee to suggest that she used a Jedi mind trick on Rick.

Peep ShowEdit

  • 1.1: Jeremy likens his toaster to the trash compactor in A New Hope: "That's like the crusher in Star Wars…but, red hot".
  • 1.3: Mark cites "can you feel the Force?" as a rhetorical question while trying to explain the concept to Jeremy.
  • 2.1: Mark attends a hippy-esque dance class called "Rainbow Rhythms" to impress Sophie. He objects to the mindset of the poeple running the group and at one point thinks, "Next they'll be telling us to use the Force. If you ask me, Skywalker was bloody lucky to get away with just turning off his guidance system", referring to the Battle of Yavin in A New Hope.

Peg + CatEdit

  • In the episode "The Mega Mall Problem," when Peg complains about not being able to see to dance because she's wearing a zebra mask, Cat tells her "Your eyes can play tricks on you. Trust them, do not," speaking in the style of Yoda, but actually referencing Obi-Wan Kenobi's line "Your eyes can deceive you. Don't trust them," from A New Hope.

Perfect Hair ForeverEdit

  • In the episode "Return," There is a movie on the t.v. called "Cat Wars," a play on Star Wars. There are lasers and characters with cat themed names based on Star Wars characters such as "Cat Vader." The image on the screen is a cat playing with a dangling lightsaber.

Phineas and FerbEdit

  • In the episode "Out to Launch" while navigating
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    an asteroid field, Phineas says, "Just like Beggar's Canyon back home." In the same episode, Agent P is captured by Dr. Doofenschmirtz and frozen in ice, much like Han Solo in carbonite. The giant hand space station is also a reference to the Death Star.
  • In "Attack of the 50 Foot Sister!," Baljeet appears to Phineas and Ferb in a hologram, and ends his talk with them by saying Help me, Phineas and Ferb; you're my only hope, an obvious reference to A New Hope.
  • In "Backyard Aquarium," Doofenshmirtz pretends to use the Force on Agent P and says "Just kidding. But I made you look, didn't I?" As well as that, their entire fight is a reference to lightsaber duels, especially Yoda's and Dooku's in Episode II.
  • In "No More Bunny Business", Agent P and Agent B use carrots to duel and yet again the Yoda/Dooku duel in Episode II is referenced.
  • In "Perry Lays an Egg," the boys fly a Landspeeder to carry all the baby supplies.
  • In "The Chronicles of Meap," Star Wars is referenced an obscene amount of times.
    • Mitch tells Meap "I am not your father," clearly referencing Episode V's iconic line.
    • Ferb says "That's no cloud; that's a space station," referencing the similar line in A New Hope.
    • Phineas responds to the preceding line by saying "I've got a good feeling about this."
    • Throughout the episode, Phineas refers to a "cute interference," referencing a scene in Episode V.
    • Isabella says "I'm endangering the mission; I shouldn't have come!" quoting the same line spoken by Luke Skywalker in Return of the Jedi.
  • In "At The Car Wash," Candace comes out of the car wash with the same "doughnut hairstyle" as Princess Leia and in the part of the song "we're your on tv" a AT-AT is in the background
  • In "Phineas and Ferb's Christmas Vacation", Isabella feels a disturbance in the Force when Candace says "Whatcha doin?", a question Isabella asks frequently on the show.
  • In "Hide and Seek", Baljeet hides inside a housefly to survive cold temparatures just like when Luke survives cold temperatures in a tauntaun in Episode V.
  • In "Thaddeus and Thor", Doofenschmirtz says,"I sense a disturbance in the cup-stacking universe...I think my record's been broken."
  • In "Escape From Phineas Tower", one of the traps looks just like the trash compacter scene in Episode IV. Also, in the same episode, alien invader ships come to the Milky Way. They are in the same position the Trade Federation landing ships are during the Battle of Naboo.
  • In"Doof Dynasty",When the song The Way of the Platypus is played, a Yoda like character uses The Force to lift a heavy object, just like in The Empire Strikes Back.
  • Phineas and Ferb: Star Wars is a re-telling of the events of A New Hope featuring characters from the series in key roles.

Pink Panther and PalsEdit

  • In the episode Remotely Pink, the Pink Panther gets ready to watch a "Pink Panther" version of Star Wars, with a dvd box that features a Pink Panther version of Princess Leia. He then pulls out a plastic blue lightsaber complete with sound effects and swings it above his head briefly.

Pinky and the BrainEdit

  • The episode "Star Warners" is in its entirety, a parody of the original trilogy, with various Animaniacs characters playing the roles of various characters in the movies.

The PJsEdit

  • In one episode, Tusken Raiders are parodied via sewer people, and even when described are stated as being extremely skittish and yet would return in greater numbers.
  • In one episode Thurgood prevents his wife from giving away his first Star War's book, claiming it was signed by Chewbacca with his signature growl.

Power Rangers: S.P.D.Edit

  • In the episode "Wired Part II", whenever parts of the scene were shot from a first-person view of the cyborg Sophie, Aurebesh characters could be seen scrolling down the left side of the screen. Aurebesh characters could also be seen when there was a close-up shot of Sophie's eyes.

Power Rangers in Space:

  • TJ once commented that they were approaching the Dagobah system.

Power Rangers MegaforceEdit

  • The name of the villains in the series, "Warstar", is taken from the show's Japanese source series, Tensou Sentai Goseiger, where the name was a modification of Star Wars in both English and Japanese.

The Powerpuff GirlsEdit

  • In the episode "Boogie Frights", when the Girls went to destroy the Giant Ball of Discotheque, the battle is like the that on the Death Star in A New Hope.
  • In "Birthday Bash", one of the guests is princess Leia in her Episode IV clothing and haircut.
  • In "Beat Your Greens", one of the parents tries to get his child to eat brocoli by having the the spoon imitate an X-Wing fighter. He even says "Here comes the X-Wing fighter out of hyperspace to destroy the Death Star."

PrimevalEdit

  • In first episode, a boy wields a role-play Darth Vader lightsaber against an attacking prehistoric creature.
  • In second episode, a character makes reference to a first edition The Empire Strikes Back poster signed by "Luke Skywalker" and David Prowse.
  • In the sixth episode Conner compares himself to "Han Solo" but Nick Cutter remarks that he was more like "R2D2"

Prison BreakEdit

  • In the season 4 episode "The Mother Lode", Michael tells Sara that on his sixth birthday, he was expecting to get the Millennium Falcon as his gift, but instead got a birdhouse kit, which was packed in a similarly sized box.

PsychEdit

  • In the flashback at the start of the season 1 finale a young Gus is seen dressed up as Lando Calrissian for Halloween.
  • In the season 3 episode "Tuesday the 17th", a young Shawn Spencer, played by Liam James, is complaining to his dad about being stuck with the "kid with the coat" in a competition. He then points to the boy and shouts "It's a million degrees out! Why don't you go live on Hoth you freak!"
  • In the first episode of season 5, "Romeo and Juliet and Juliet", Shawn questions Gus on why he would think that R2-D2 added him on Facebook. Gus then corrects him by saying: "His name is Kenny Baker, Shawn!"

Quantum LeapEdit

  • In the season 2 episode "Jimmy", Sam recites the beginning of the opening crawl of A New Hope.

ReaperEdit

  • In the season 1 episode "Greg, Schmeg", the Devil relates the power he gave Greg to a "Jedi mind trick".
  • The season 2 premier episode is titled "Episode IV: A New Hope".

RebaEdit

  • In one episode, Van and Cheyenne are awakened in the middle of the night by a noise and walk slowly downstairs to check it out with Van brandishing an unlit Master Replicas Luke Skywalker ANH lightsaber. Cheyenne tells him "Van, you're not going to scare anybody off with a lightsaber!" To which he replies "I will if I use the Force," and activates the lightsaber for effect.

ReBootEdit

  • In "The Tearing", while in a flight simulator game, Bob orders his suadron mates to proceed at "proceed heading 1138." The line is said once again, by a CPU pilot, in the episode "To Mend and Defend."
  • The episodes "The Episode With No Name" and "Return Of The Crimson Binome" take place in a system that looks remarkably like Mos Eisley. (Specific references to Star Wars occur in the former episode with the appearance of two binomes wearing the stormtrooper armor and a dewback during the opening minutes, and the bar Matrix visits being a parody of Chalmun's Cantina.)
  • In the episode "Life's a Glitch", the characters are sent into a game featuring a cartoony Sonic the Hedgehog/Crash Bandicoot hybrid Rocky Raccoon. In this updated version of the game (Rocky was featured in Season Three), Matrix turns into Darth Vader. He later tells Little Enzo (in Vader's voice) to "use the sauce".
  • In that very same episode, Phong took the form of a cup of yogurt and announced "Yogurt, I am." This is also a reference to the character Yogurt in Spaceballs.
  • Also, Little Enzo takes the form of a vaguely-young Anakin marionette, complete with the dirty-blond hair and slave costume. His acting skills become incredibly stilted, parodying Jake Lloyd's acting style.
  • A pod racing-esque sequence is featured in that episode as well.

RecessEdit

  • In the episode where TJ is made Principal for a day, after Prickly manipulates him into adopting more of his own mannerisms and Gretchen recognizes TJ, Mikey says "He's more machine than kid now!", a reference to what Obi-Wan Kenobi told Luke about Darth Vader in Return of the Jedi.

Red DwarfEdit

  • In "Duct Soup", Kryten calls Kristine Kochanski, who has a white bedsheet draped over her body and is wearing pair of earmuffs on her head in the style of Princess Leia's A New Hope cinnamon bun hairstyle, "Princess Leia", and tells her that "Luke Skywalker went that way, ma'am."

The Red Green ShowEdit

  • In "Silver Project" episode, Red talks with Winston Rosschild and calls him the C.O., C.E.O. and C-3PO of Winston's business.
  • In "Movie Project" episode, Red says that Old Man Sedgewick is calling himself Oki from Kenoki. Red says that Old Man said "feel the fork, Luke" and tried to get Red to fight him with a LifeSaver candy roll.
  • In "Bottled Water" episode, Red makes a robot to get his drinks. He says he could call the robot C-3PU or R2 Detox.

Rescue MeEdit

  • In episode 1, "Guts," Tommy Gavin tries to spy o
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    n his ex-wife. He wakes his son Connor, who follows him. Tommy accidentally draws attention from his wife, who asks why he is there. He says that Connor wanted his "Star Wars thing".

The Robonic StoogesEdit

  • In one episode, the Stooges are given robots named after themselves. They were small in stature and were called R2-Larry, R2-Curly, and R2-Moe in reference to R2-D2.

Robot ChickenEdit

  • One episode features a sketch in which Palpatine gets a collect call from Darth Vader, informing him of the destruction of the Death Star, resulting in a rather angry outburst from Palpatine.
  • Another features a parody of the "I am your father" scene from The Empire Strikes Back in which Darth Vader informs Luke Skywalker of a number of the more unlikely and/or controversial events that occurred in the movies that later came.
  • One episode features President Bush being told he has a high midi-chlorian count, then shows him using the Force in several situations, and having a lightsaber duel with Abraham Lincoln.
  • One episode portrayed a science-fiction convention which ensued in a battle between Star Wars fans and Trekkies.
  • One episode features Darth Vader and Michael Flatley dancing.
  • One sketch features Harrison Ford being voted to destroy a asteroid that is heading for Earth. When at a press conference announcing Ford being chosen for the mission, a member of the crowd yells"Go get 'em, Han Solo!" Later in the sketch Mark Hamill appears to volunteer his service for the mission, saying "I blew up the Death Star with my eyes close." as his qualifications to join Harrison.
  • Robot Chicken: Star Wars is a Star Wars-themed special that includes both new material and previous sketches, featuring the voices of George Lucas, Mark Hamill, and others.
  • One episode parodies the dinner surprise trap in Cloud City from The Empire Strikes Back. Billy Dee Williams reprised his role as Lando Calrissian in this sketch.
  • There is another which features a janitor who encounters people falling to their death: first the two halves of Darth Maul, on Naboo. He then says he should request to transfer to Coruscant, then Mace Windu on Coruscant, and he says he should request to transfer to the Death Star, and, finally, Emperor Palpatine, on the Death Star.
  • One episode shows Luke coming up to an AT-AT like in The Empire Strikes Back. When Luke tosses the grenade inside the AT-AT, however, it shows a stormtrooper sitting on the toilet, reading an adult magazine, titled "Naboobies".
  • Robot Chicken: Star Wars Episode II is another collection of Star Wars-themed sketches.
  • In the episode Suck It, there are two aliens flying in a UFO that have Han Solo frozen in carbonite in their cockpit.
  • One episode features a short scene titled "The Clone Wars" that features two cloned sheep holding lightsabers.

RoseanneEdit

RoswellEdit

  • On the show, the aliens homeworld is called Antar.
  • In the episode "Ch-Ch-Changes", at one point, Michael sarcastically says to Maria "Let me guess, you ran into George Lucas at a video store and he wants you in his next movie".
  • In the episode "Monsters", Maria refers to Isabel as "Queen Amidala"

RugratsEdit

  • In one episode, the character Angelica dresses up in a Darth Vader like costume and says the line "I am your cousin!" referring to Vader's commonly mis-quoted, "Luke, I am your father!" Similar Star Wars references appear throughout the same episode, most notably Tommy Pickles piloting an X-Wing, and Grandpa Lou giving advice to Tommy in a manner similar to Yoda when Tommy fell into a trap.

Russell Howard's Good NewsEdit

  • In the last episode of series two Russell Compares the Football/Soccer Chant of "Kabanga" to "The noise an Ewok would make if you flicked him in the nuts", in the same Episode he also commented on that when showing on TV a Russian that has an abnormal electric field not to make him rub a long fluorescent light bulb as it makes him look "like a randy Jedi."
  • In the fourth episode of series three, Russell comments on the story of scientists developing holograms similar to those in A New Hope. He states that he has been living like it's Star Wars for years, commenting that "I wear pyjamas and I get off with my sister", referring to Luke Skywalker's attire for the majority of A New Hope, and the attraction between Luke and Leia throughout A New Hope and The Empire Strikes Back. He also muses on the idea of everything from Star Wars becoming real, commenting that he'd like an Ewok, saying that Wicket W. Warrick looks tasty and that he would "throw him straight on the barbecue with some Reggae Reggae Sauce. Num num num. Evil. And then I'd tongue my sister." He also discusses how life would be better if everyone had Jedi powers. The programe then cuts to Russell sitting in a living room where he uses the Force to grab a can of lager and the remote control for his television. A woman dressed as Princess Leia then comes in and asks Russell if he has put the cat out. Russell uses the Force to lift his cat into the air and throw it out of the room.
  • In the fourth episode of series 4, after a news story showing astronauts testing drinking alcohol, Russell wonders what Star Wars would be like if that characters got drunk. He impersonates a drunk Han Solo, saying Chewbacca looks like a "70's minge", he then impersonates Luke saying that he "can't believe [he] nearly shagged [his] sister". Russell later talks to a mystery guest who achieved the world record the the longest ammount of time spent living with venomous snakes. The guest shows Russell a collection of snakes, including a large white one he wraps around his neck, Russell comments that he looks like "that bloke off Star Wars, in Jabba's palace", a reference to Bib Fortuna.
  • In the tenth episode of series 7, Boba Fett actor Jeremy Bulloch appeared as the mystery guest and gave Russell a Star Wars quiz. During the quiz, Russell gave a summary of Star Wars: "There’s a boy called Luke. He’s living in this place. Nothing’s really happening. Suddenly, shit goes down. He tries to shag his sister, kills his dad, Peace."

Sam & CatEdit

  • In the episode "Pilot", when the two kids Sam and Cat are babysitting drive to Inside-Out Burger with a scooter, they order a meal and try to get out of paying. The manager chases them and eventually falls down as Sam and Cat arrive to the scene. Cat incorrectly exclaims "We have to give him C-3PO!", as Sam replies "CPR?".

Samurai JackEdit

  • We can see many ambient similarities to Star Wars through the series, while there are a lot of references to Episode IV in "Chapter XLV: Scotsman Saves Jack (part 1)", including the Scotsman saying "I have a bad feeling about this" and claiming that the seaport where he and Jack go is a "wretched hive of scum and villainy". At the end of the chapter, Jack and the Scotsman bargain with a ship captain to buy passage aboard, with a dialogue very similar to the one between Luke, Obi-Wan and Han at Mos Eisley Cantina.
  • "Chapter XLVIII: Jack and the Flying Prince and Princess" is another episode with a heavy amount of references to A New Hope, with the beginning of the episode begins with a character saying "You are our only hope," later another character says "Great! Don't get cocky!", the titular royalty arriving on Earth in a ship resembling the Tantive IV, a C-3PO-like robot who ends up being destroyed by Aku, Aku "sensing a presence he hasn't felt in a long time", as well as the princess remarking that a disguised Jack is "too short to be a demonic minion" when he arrives to rescue the two.
  • Chapter XVIII contains several references to Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope. In the third destroyed city you see a robot destroying several Jawa-like robots, a kind of Tusken Raider and an R5 unit.
  • Genndy Tartakovsky, the creator of Samurai Jack, went on to animate the Clone Wars cartoons.

The Sarah Jane AdventuresEdit

Saturday Night LiveEdit

  • In the episode with Robert DeNiro, on What up with that?, Boba Fett is shown dancing.
  • In the November 5th, 2011 episode, in the sketch "It's Getting Busy with Cee-Lo Green", Kenan Thompson (as Cee-Lo Green) calls himself a "sexy, hairless Ewok".
  • In the January 16th, 2015 episode, Adam Driver reprised his role as Kylo Ren in a sketch that parodies the CBS reality show "Undercover Boss". Kylo goes undercover as a radar technician named Matt aboard the Starkiller Base. However, his cover is obvious to the other members of the base such as when he Force Chokes a Stormtrooper that insults Kylo and his frequent meltdowns.

Sci Fi ScienceEdit

  • The host Dr. Michio Kaku dedicates an episode to how to build a real working lightsaber
  • Dr. Michio Kaku designs a robot based on the droids found in Star Wars
  • Dr. Michio Kaku attempts to design a planet destroying weapon similair to the one found on the Death Star
  • In the episode "Destroy the Death Star," Dr. Kaku designs a starfighter loosely based on the X-Wing with in space flight capabilities and enough firepower to destroy the Death Star.
  • There are multiple episodes that feature fans dressed up as various Star Wars characters and species.

ScrubsEdit

  • In the episode "My Two Dads", J.D. imagines a lightsaber duel between Dr. Cox and Dr. Kelso, with Cox as Obi-Wan Kenobi, Kelso as Darth Vader, J.D. as Luke, Elliot and Carla as Leia, Turk as Han Solo, and the Janitor as Chewbacca. Like the duel in A New Hope, it ends with Cox sacrificing himself.
  • In the season 5 episode "Her Story II", J.D.'s girlfriend Julie arranges a meeting between J.D.'s friend Turk and Billy Dee Williams, the actor who portrayed Lando Calrissian in the Star Wars films. This prompts the following conversation:
Turk: "Ahh-hah-hah! Lando Calrissian! Come here."
Billy Dee Williams (laughing): "You can call me Billy Dee."
Turk: "Yes, Lando, yes."
  • In the episode "My Therapeutic Month", J.D. and Turk mock-lightsaber duel with biscotti. J.D. then proceeds to call Turk "Obi-Brown," and is in return called "Luke" by Turk.
  • In the episode "Our Histories", J.D. asks Cox about the theme for an upcoming party at the school, and enquires whether it is, among others, a Star Wars theme.
  • In the episode "My Number One Doctor", Turk says to J.D., "Your nose can't handle smells of that magnitude." This is similar to Admiral Ackbar's line in Return of the Jedi.
  • In the episode "My Point of No Return", Turk states that he has dibs on naming his child "Chewbacca".
  • In the episode "My New Suit", a Dewback toy can be seen in the background while Carla and Turk are sitting in the entrance hall talking.
  • In the episode "My Hero", when J.D. asks the janitor how he would know intimate details about his life, the janitor replies, "I'm your father."

Sealab 2021Edit

  • MC Chris' "Fett's Vette", a song filled with references to Star Wars, is played at the end of the episode "BeBop Cola".

Sea PatrolEdit

  • In the season one episode "Irukandji", two sailors exchange their favorite Star Wars quotes. When another sailor refuses to play along, he is compared to Chewbacca. Later, when one of the crew dies, the ship's captain ends his letter of condolence to his family by paraphrasing "May the Force be with you".

seaQuest DSVEdit

  • The pilot episode was directed by Irvin Kershner. In the episode, the antagonist (an enemy sub commander) says of the protagonist (her mentor, the seaQuest' commander) that "it's time the student became the teacher."
  • The SeaQuest is surrounded by probe minisubs that resemble remotes, as do the seaQuest' central module.

SeinfeldEdit

  • In "The Truth", Jerry says "A long time ago, in a galaxy far far away."
  • In some other episodes, the recurring quote in all films, "I have a bad feeling about this", was frequently used.
  • In "The Calzone", Elaine Benes dates a guy who made a bet that Dustin Hoffman was in A New Hope, and Jerry's comment about the bet was, "A short Jewish guy against Darth Vader? I don't think so."
  • In "The Puerto Rican Day", Cosmo Kramer makes a reference to the first and second Death Stars.

Sesame StreetEdit

  • Sesame Street aired a parody of Star Wars as a part of their "Cookie's Crumby Pictures" series that airs in the style of a coming attraction trailers. The parody, titled Star S'mores is a parody of both A New Hope and The Empire Strikes Back. Many of the character names are references to dessert items such as Flan Solo (Han Solo played by Cookie Monster in the segment), Luke Piewalker (Luke Skywalker), Pricess Parfaita (Leia), Chewie the Cookie (Chewbacca), Only-One Cannoli (Obi-Wan Kenobi), Groda (Yoda played by Grover in the segment) and Darth Baker (Darth Vader). The trailer deals with Flan, Chewie and Luke attempting to rescue Princess Parfaita from the clutches of Darth Baker while Flan must use the "Four" to battle his desire to eat his partner Chewie (playing on Cookie Monster's love for cookies) with the advice of Only-One Cannoli and Groda. It should be worth noting that Frank Oz, who voices Yoda in the Star Wars saga also does the voice of Grover, who is the muppet that parodies Yoda in the mock trailer. 

Shake It UpEdit

  • In "Review It Up", after CeCe and Rocky trap Andy Burns in an elevator to showcase their dance moves for him, he says "Are the walls coming together like the garbage pit in Star Wars?"
  • In the "Auction It Up", CeCe and Rocky find their first dance teacher selling hair buns in the mall. CeCe takes two of the hair buns and puts them on each side of her head, as she jokes "I'm that princess chick from that movie all those old people like."

The SimpsonsEdit

  • "Bart the General"
    • At the end of the episode,
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      Bart declares that the only good wars are the American Revolution, World War II, and the Star Wars trilogy.
  • "Old Money"
    • Darth Vader is seen waiting in line to win Grandpa's money.
  • "I Married Marge"
    • Homer and Marge go see The Empire Strikes Back. On walking out, Homer comments "Who would have thought that Darth Vader was Luke's father?", thus ruining the movie for everyone in line. Later in the episode, Homer tells Marge she's "as pretty as Princess Leia, and as smart as Yoda."
  • "Bart's Friend Falls in Love"
  • "Lisa the Beauty Queen"
  • "Marge vs. the Monorail"
    • Mayor Quimby says "May the Force be with you" to Leonard Nimoy, prompting annoyance.
  • "Lisa's Rival"
    • Ralph Wiggum wins a diorama contest with Star Wars action figures in their original packaging. Principal Skinner is amused and confesses that Chewie is his favorite character. Ralph later breaks his figures, and says, "I bent my Wookiee."
  • "The Springfield Connection"
    • A concert plays Star Wars music. Homer comments "Laser effects, mirrored balls… John Williams must be rolling around in his grave." John Williams is not dead. The concert itself was a reference to Meco's Disco-style remix of the Star Wars main theme.
  • "Round Springfield"
    • Darth Vader appears in a cloud along with Mufasa from the Lion King, James Earl Jones, the voice actor for the two aforementioned characters, and Bleeding Gums. Jones then announces, "This is CNN."
  • "Bart on the Road"
    • The symbol above the broken "World Fair" sign strongly resembled the Alliance Starbird.
  • "The Springfield Files"
    • Chewbacca is one of the aliens featured in an FBI lineup.
  • "Burns, Baby Burns"
    • A Darth Vader mask can be seen in the background of a mask shop.
  • "Mayored to the Mob"
    • Mark Hamill appears as Luke Skywalker at a sci-fi convention, knocking down cardboard stormtroopers with a plastic lightsaber. When a riot breaks out over who should play Obi-Wan Kenobi in a skit with Hamill, Homer saves both Hamill and Mayor Quimby from the enraged mob. Later, Quimby and Homer go see a musical starring Hamill. When Homer defends him from the fans, Hamill says "Homer! Use the for..." Homer then says "The Force?". Hamill then replies "No, the Forks! Use the forks!"
  • "The Regina Monologues"
    • Bart dreams of R2-D2 playing bass after he finds a 1000 dollar bill.
  • "Co-Dependent's Day"
    • Homer, Bart, and Lisa go to see the new movie Cosmic Wars: The Gathering Shadow, which is a spoof of The Phantom Menace. Comic Book Guy is ahead of them in line cos-playing in a eBay-bought outfit, the actual plaid clothes of the director Randall Curtis (a spoof of George Lucas), with expandable pregnancy panels added to fit his rotund figure. The movie is horrible, with an extremely long and boring Senate debate scene and an annoying character named "Jim-Jam" (Jar Jar Binks) introduced, so Marge convinces the children to write Randall a letter of complaint. Their only reply is to be written off with free Jim-Jam cereal (which is simple alphabet cereal with more J's, as Curtis says later on) and merchandise. The family later decide to visit California, and the kids crash Cosmic Wars Ranch, where they meet Mr. Curtis himself. They convince him that better technological FX are no replacement for good storytelling, and the director agrees to go back to his roots, which is old western and samurai movies; he rides off on a tauntaun to the video store. The entire first act is seen as a prime example of Lucas bashing in pop culture.
  • "Please Homer, Don't Hammer 'Em..."
    • Duel of the Fates is played when Bart and Principal Skinner are fighting atop a bus, as well as when they are fighting in the hospital. Also, Bart and Skinner are fighting with sticks as if they were lightsabers, Star Wars music also plays in the background while this takes place.
  • "Revenge is a Dish Best Served Three Times"
  • "You Kent Always Say What You Want"
    • Kent Brockman has a picture of himself posing with R4-G9.
  • "The Fat and the Furriest"
  • "It's A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Marge"
    • Patty and Selma say "The Bitterness is strong in this one." which is a play on the line, "The Force is strong in this one."
  • "Homerazzi"
    • Each family member puts one special item inside the safe. Homer choses an old bottle of cologne called "Scent of a Wookiee"
  • "Worst Episode Ever"
    • Martin Prince's mom attempts to sell some of Martin's belongings to the Android's Dungeon, believing it to be junk. The shop's proprietor, Comic Book Guy, then inspects it and discovers that its actually a collection of very rare and invaluable Star Wars memorabilia (A handwritten script for "Star Wars" by George Lucas, Princess Leia's anti-jiggle breast tape, and a film reel that was labelled "Alternate Ending -- Luke's Father is Chewbacca"), and attempts to get the items for $5 before Bart and Milhouse stopped Mrs. Prince from completing the sale.
  • Other references and minor parodies
    • In the episodes "Marge Gets a Job", "A Star is Burns" and "Gump Roast:, The Imperial March is played in scenes with Mr. Burns.
    • The Comic Book Guy uses Darth Maul's twin-bladed lightsaber in "Treehouse of Horror X"—causing him to die in shock of removing the collectible from its packaging.
    • Yoda appears as the priest in the wedding of a leprechaun and a gypsy fortune teller in the episode "Treehouse of Horror XII".
    • In "Treehouse of Horror XIV", Comic Book Guy is seen using a lightsaber. Later in the episode, Professor Frink's father steals Comic Book Guy's butt, complete with a tattoo of Jabba the Hutt.
    • The "I've Grown a Costume on Your Face" segment of "Treehouse of Horror XVI" features Apu dressed up as R2-D2.
    • In the episode "C.E. D'oh", Carl and Lenny fight eachother with rods of plutonium used as lightsabers (complete with sound effects) while arguing wether Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace or Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones was the worse movie.
    • In Homer the Whopper, It's possible to see a poster for Star Wars Episode VII with Jar Jar Binks on the cover (at the time the episode came out, the actual Episode VII was not even an idea).
    • In the episode Steal this Episode, one of the pirated films Homer Simpson aired was Cosmic Wars Episode VII. The claim that a space-time rift cancelled out Episodes I, II, and III referred to the bad reception to the Prequel Trilogy of Star Wars, the positive reception for The Force Awakens when it came out, and also the events of the 2009 Star Trek movie.
    • In the episode The Man Who Came to Be Dinner, it was mentioned that Diz-Nee bought out the Cosmic Wars franchise, a clear allusion to Disney's buyout of Lucasfilm and the Star Wars property back in 2012.
    • In the beginning of the episode I Won't Be Home For Christmas, Comic Book Guy and his wife Kumiko Albertson were angry and saddened that the Cosmic Wars Christmas Special was horrible upon watching it, a reference to The Star Wars Holiday Special and it's infamous negative reception.
    • On the second disc to the Season 4 DVD box set, Lisa may use her beauty queen staff as a lightsaber in a random animation once an episode is selected.

A Simpsons video was released in the UK, titled "Bart Wars: The Simpsons Strike Back". It includes a showcase of many Star Wars references.

Skunk Fu!Edit

  • In the episode "the Art of Brainwashing", when Skunk, Rabbit and Mantis are surrounded by Ninja Monkeys, Rabbit says "I prefer a little action over this sneakin' around stuff!", which is a play on one of Han Solo's lines.

Sledge Hammer!Edit

  • In the episode "They Shoot Hammers, Don't They?", the protagonist Sledge Hammer has a showdown in a stereotypical Old West ghost town with his ex-partner John Kogan, and the two have an exchange of quotes:
Hammer: "Go ahead, make my day."
Kogan: "You're the disease, I'm the cure."
Hammer: "May the Force be with you. Forget the clichés!"

Sleuth 101Edit

  • In "Late & Live", one of the images of a suspects life depicts him wearing a Stormtrooper helmet.

SmallvilleEdit

  • In episode 55, "Delete", Molly Griggs (aka Brainwave) says "Would you rather have a PlayStation-addicted dork wearing a Star Wars T-shirt?"
  • In the episode 93 "Thirst", vampires led by Buffy Sanders (Brooke Nevin) bring Lana Lang (Kristin Kreuk) into their midst. By episode's end, Clark Kent (Tom Welling) has turned her back to normal, using a compound known as "LuthorCorp Project 1138". In addition, Carrie Fisher made a special guest appearance as Pauline Kahn, editor of the "Daily Planet".
  • In the episode 94 "Exposed", Lois Lane (Erica Durance) goes undercover at a strip club to help Chloe Sullivan (Allison Mack) with a story. When she encounters Clark at the club, she attempts to keep her cover by dancing seductively near him, saying that "you're going to get me fired if you keep looking at me like Jabba the Hutt."
  • In the episode 96 “Solitude”, Clark has just beaten Fine in the FOS and is now talking to Chloe in front of the fire. Clark says to her that Professor Fine said Human beings are insignificant and couldn’t be depended on. He obviously hadn't met her, Her response was “Please, robo-professor knows as much about Human nature as R2-D2.”
  • In episode 107 "Mercy", Chloe refers to Lionel as "Darth Luthor".
  • In episode 182 "Idol", Lois tells the Blur, "There is no try, Skywalker." A reference to "Do. Or do not. There is no try." Yoda's famous quote to Luke Skywalker.
  • In episode 187 "Warrior", Lois dresses up as a stormtrooper and tells Chloe that she "can not see a thing in this helmet," a quote from when Luke Skywalker was in the stormtrooper outfit in A New Hope.

So You Think You Can DanceEdit

  • On the US season 7 finale, host Cat Deeley quips "Obi-Wan, I am the master" after a hip hop routine.

Some Assembly RequiredEdit

  • In episode 6, Brian Unger considered the German BMW plant one thing that "meets Star Wars."

South ParkEdit

  • In the episode "Pink Eye," Cartman makes fun of
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    Kyle's costume, shouting, "Why don't you go back to Endor, you stupid Wookiee!" Kyle responds, "Wookiees don't live on Endor!" and Cartman mocks him. Kyle later finds out, much to his chagrin, that all of his classmates (with the exception of Cartman, Stan and Kenny) are dressed up like Chewbacca as well. 
  • In the episode "Chickenpox," Cartman reads out loud from his paper on the subject of "How I would make America better":
"I hope that one day, America could be more like Endor, where the Ewoks live. Endor is very cool… They have trees and Ewoks and barbecues which is why I like Endor more than America. It's cool…"
―Eric Cartman[src]
  • In the episode "Clubhouses," Cartman and Kenny's clubhouse is named "Ewok Village 2000."
  • The "Chewbacca defense" is a legal strategy used by Johnnie Cochran in the South Park episode "Chef Aid". In this episode, Cochran (or rather, an animated character parodying the real-life lawyer) shows the jury a picture of Chewbacca and gives a speech about how the fact he is talking to them about Chewbacca during the trial "does not make sense." He continues this line of defense with increasingly silly reasons why talking about Chewbacca during a trial does not make sense. His speech confuses the jury to the point that one juror's head explodes. In popular culture, especially on the Internet, the term "Chewbacca defense" has come to mean any legal strategy which attempts to overwhelm its audience with irrelevant arguments to obscure the truth. The defense is based upon the 'fact' that Chewbacca resides on Endor, which is ironically false. (Wookiees being from Endor was a misconception that first appeared in the earlier episode "Pink Eye.")
  • The episode "Starvin' Marvin in Space" parodies a great deal of Star Wars; for example, Sally Struthers is a parody of Jabba the Hutt, and Kenny is frozen in carbonite, much like what happened to Han Solo in Empire Strikes Back.
  • In the episode "The Return of the Lord of the Rings to the Two Towers", the kids of South Park (dressed as Lord of the Rings characters) come together to discuss the problem of having a porn video. After some of the kids come with ideas, a kid with a Stormtrooper helmet on says, "Perhaps we can use it to strengthen our starcruisers." Cartman responds, "Kevin, goddammit."
  • In the episode "The Return of Chef", the title character is killed off and refashioned in a manner similar to Anakin Skywalker's transformation to Darth Vader in Revenge of the Sith. Of particular note is the character, now called "Darth Chef", is voiced by Peter Serafinowicz, the voice of Darth Maul in The Phantom Menace.
  • Yoda appears in "Imaginationland". In the episodes "Imaginationland: Episode II" and "Imaginationland: Episode III", Stormtroopers, Darth Maul, and Luke Skywalker all appear as residents of the titular world.
  • In a very obscure reference to the original television broadcast of The Star Wars Holiday Special from the South Park episode "Mr. Hankey's Christmas Classics", a parody of a recurring bumper from New York's WCBS-TV 2 featuring anchor Rolland Smith saying, "Fighting the Frizzies…at eleven" was repeated several times during the episode, and parodied again in the credit sequence.[2]
  • In the episode "Fatbeard", one of the kids in Cartman's pirate band uses a toy lightsaber to force a French crew to surrender. Both the French crew and the US Navy believe the toy to be a real lightsaber.
  • "The China Probrem" features a Stormtrooper being assaulted by George Lucas and Steven Spielberg.
  • In the episode "Go God Go XII", Cartman goes to a toy shop in the 2500s to buy a Crank Prank Time Phone. When he finds the price is 6000 credits, he says angrily, "What the hell, do I look like a correlian miner!?!?"
  • Satan's assistant, Kevin, resembles Emperor Palpatine went up to earth and used a Sith Mind Trick On President George Bush.
  • In "Free Hat", Kyle, Stan, Cartman, and Tweek see a "re-re-re-release" of The Empire Strikes Back. This episode features George Lucas and Steven Spielberg as prominent characters, and makes several references to both Star Wars and Indiana Jones.
  • In the episode "Breast Cancer Show Ever" when Cartman is sent to detention there is a poster of Yoda with the word 'Read' above him.
  • In the episode "Sexual Healing", when the US army is searching for an alien at Independence Hall, a soldier says "I have a bad feeling about this."
  • In the episode "The Last of the Meheecans" when Randy Marsh discovers that Mexican immigrants have all returned to Mexico, he lets out a loud NO exactly like Darth Vader did at the end of Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith upon seeing his lawn and others covered in leaves.
  • In the episode Obama Wins! Cartman tries to get the Star Wars franchise sold from China to Disney, when in reality, the Chinese just want to protect it from Disney. Slave I is used to transport Mickey Mouse (South Park Version) and an AT-ST, TIE Fighters, and Stormtroopers are seen at Disneyland. Cartman is brought before Mickey Mouse (South Park Version) in Binders and is threatened with, with a blue Lightsaber. After breaking a deal with Mickey (South Park Version), Cartman gets a Blaster that fires blue bolts, a Tauntaun mount and a baby Ewok.

SpaceballsEdit

  • The entire movie is a parody of Star Wars.
  • Luke and Han are combined into one character, named Lonestar.
  • Chewbacca is replaced by Barf.
  • Princess Vespa replaces Leia.
  • Dark Helmet, a character that is supposed to be like Darth Vader, has an absurdly large helmet.
  • Yoda is replaced by Yogurt, a merchandising expert, and master of the Schwarz, which is like the Force.
  • In addition to lightspeed, Dark Helmet's flagship has "Ludicrous Speed".
  • All characters are on a desert planet that resembles Tatooine early in the movie.
  • The heroes encounter small, cloaked humanoids who are clearly parodies of Jawas.
  • The replacement for the Death Star is a Statue of Liberty shaped spaceship that steals the air from planet atmospheres.
  • Dark Helmet was a college room mate of one of Lonestar's relatives.
  • Instead of interrogating Vespa, Helmet threatens her with plastic surgery.
  • Instead of lightsabers, the characters wield rings with energy beams, and these rings also focus the power of the Schwarz.
  • Stormtroopers are replaced by black-armored soldiers.
  • The only droid is a gold robot named Dot Matrix, who is a parody of C-3PO.

SpacedEdit

  • 1.1: "Beginnings". In an early scene, Tim asks Daisy how things are going. She replies, "Same as always", to which Tim responds, "That bad, huh?" in a parody of Luke Skywalker and Han Solo's dialogue in Jabba's Palace in Return of the Jedi.
  • 1.4: "Battles". A clerk at a dog pound says that if a dog is not sold, "we put them down…all of them". Daisy then screams, "Noooooo!" in a parody of The Phantom Menace trailer.
  • 1.5: "Chaos". Tim invites Brian round to watch the Star Wars trilogy. Tim cries in joy as the Yub Nub song plays, and brings up his theory that the Imperial officer who decided not to shoot down the escape pod containing R2-D2 and C-3PO in A New Hope is responsible for everything that later occurs in the film. This leads to a discussion on chaos theory. Later, during the planning of Colin's rescue, the following dialogue occurs, as a parody of the scene in the Rebel briefing room where Luke Skywalker and "Fake Wedge" comment on Jan Dodonna's plan:
Tim: "Now, we're going to go over the fence here. It's about two meters high, so we're going to have to do a bit of climbing."
Brian: "That's impossible."
Mike: "It's not impossible. I used to climb over my, uh, neighbor's fence when I was a kid; it was about two meters."
Later in the episode, Tim assigns the group callsigns: he is "Han", Mike is "Luke" (to which Mike objects, asking if he can be "Han" instead), Daisy is "Leia", Brian is "Chewie" and, as Tim is running out of names, Twist is "Jabba". Twist asks if Jabba is "the Princess", to which the others hastily respond, "Yes". A remix of the Imperial March plays throughout this scene.
  • 1.7: "Ends". An argument between Tim and Daisy concerning Tim meeting up with his ex-girlfriend ends with the following dialogue, as a parody of the dialogue between Luke Skywalker and Han Solo prior to the Battle of Yavin:
Daisy: "Right, well, take care of yourself, then."
Tim: "Thanks."
Daisy: "I guess it's what you're best at, isn't it?"
  • 2.1 "Back". Tim says he had some things to "work out" with George Lucas following the end of series 1; we then cut to a sequence wherein Tim burns his Star Wars collection in a parody of Luke Skywalker burning his father's armor on Endor. Later, when Tim, Daisy and Mike arrive home to find the government agents waiting with Brian, Brian says, "they arrived right before you did." Tim responds with, "you Lando!"
  • 2.2 "Change". Tim rants at a young boy about the "jumped-up firework display of a toy advert" he believes The Phantom Menace to be, after the boy asks for a Jar Jar Binks doll. His boss, Bilbo Bagshot, then chastises him for his irrational hatred of the film, reminding him that the Ewoks were just as "rubbish" as Jar Jar, but Tim doesn't mind them. In comparison with Jar Jar, Tim says, the Ewoks are like Shaft. He is fired, but a woman at the DSS takes a shine to him because he didn't like The Phantom Menace. Later, when Tim overcomes this problem, rival comic book store owner Derek, whom Tim now works for, says "well done, Tim. You've taken your first step into a larger world", parodying Obi-Wan Kenobi's line to Luke Skywalker in A New Hope.
  • 2.5: "Gone". Following a confrontation with Tim and Daisy, Duane Benzie (Peter Serafinowicz) finds and steals their house keys, declaring "At last, I shall emerge the victor. At last, I shall have revenge", as a parody of his famous line as Darth Maul: "At last we shall reveal ourselves to the Jedi. At last we will have revenge".
  • 2.6: "Dissolution". The final scene parodies to the final scenes of The Empire Strikes Back. Mike and Brian set off in Mike's van to find Marsha, prompting the following dialogue, held over walkie-talkies:
Mike: "When we find Marsha, we'll contact you."
Brian: "We'll, er, we'll find her Daisy…promise you."
Tim: "We'll see you at the rendezvous."
[Mike yawns, which, over the radio, makes him sound like Chewbacca]
Mike and Brian drive off as the closing music of the film starts. The sound of the Millennium Falcon departing is also used for Mike's van. The last shot is of Tim with his arm around Daisy, both looking out of the window of their flat, just as Luke and Leia look out of the window of Redemption. The scene irises out, and the music segues into the Star Wars end theme as the credits roll in the familiar Star Wars style against a starry backdrop.
  • The documentary "Skip to the End" features an epilogue for the show, featuring Simon Pegg and Jessica Stevenson in character as Tim and Daisy. Tim says he loves Daisy, to which she replies, "I know", possibly as an homage to the repeated lines spoken by Han Solo and Leia Organa. Finally, Tim calls their baby Luke, presumably after Luke Skywalker, though Daisy replies, "Tim, we're not calling her 'Luke'."

Speed Racer: The Next GenerationEdit

  • In one episode, Conor is trying to get Speed to answer a question. To get his attention, Conor puts a bucket over his head and starts making breathing noises, which are similar to the ones that Darth Vader's breathing apparatus makes. He subsequently says "Speed, I am your father!"

Spitting ImageEdit

  • When the Star Wars Missile Defence Programme is mentioned in series 2 of the British political satire show Spitting Image, the puppet of Ronald Reagan confuses it with the Star Wars films.
  • In episode 1 of series 3, when an aide has an idea of sharing the Star Wars Defence Programme with the USSR, Reagan replies: "We're giving the Commies the Force?"
  • In series 5, a regular section called "Dan Quayle in Space" (named "The Empire Strikes Back") opens with ex-US vice president Dan Quayle waving a light stick around while it is making lightsaber-like sounds. Afterwards, a puppet of Salman Rusty comes on in a Leia-esque hologram saying "Help me Obi-Wan Kamanie, you're my only hope!" After a brief exchange a surly/angered/macho robot named FU2 says "Feel the Force Dan, feel the Force!"

SpongeBob SquarePantsEdit

  • In Missing Identity, Spongebob eats the pet food "Snail Po". The taste is so horrible that when he retches afterwards, a sonic wave spreads which reaches the Snail Po factory. Nat Peterson suddenly clasps his head, and when a lady asks him what is wrong, he said, "I don't know. I felt... a disturbance," parodying the Destruction of Alderaan. The sonic wave is the "million voices crying for help."
  • In the episode Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy V, Barnacle Boy says he will "cross to the dark side" only for it to turn out to be a part of the Krusty Krab not lit up.
  • in "Mermaid Man & Barnacke Boy 3" we see Man Ray frozen in tartar sauce, just like Han Solo frozen in carbonite.
  • In "The Gift of Gum", there is a robot named Robo 2.0, an obvious parody on R2-D2.
  • Mark Hamill guest stars as the Moth in "Night Light". Moth is the main villian.
  • In "Squidward in Clarinetland" James Earl Jones guest stars as the Keeper of the Hornet Forest.
  • In "Ghost Host", upon The Flying Dutchman visiting Squidward (who doesn't believe in ghosts), Squidward yells "No! That's impossible!" in a much similar fashion to Luke when Vader reveals the truth about his father.

SquidbilliesEdit

  • In the episode Chalky Trouble the Sherriff shows up at the Cuyler's house dressed as Princess Leia and references A New Hope by saying "Help me Obi-Wan, you're my only hope," then picks up Early and kisses him and says "For luck," followed by saying "From Star Wars...you get it?"

Star Trek: Deep Space NineEdit

Star Trek: EnterpriseEdit

  • The Xindi superweapon is a large, spherical station/ship with a beam weapon capable of destroying an entire planet. Its appearance and function strongly resemble the Death Star, which was intentional, as Rick Berman wanted it that way.
  • One episode features a ship called the ISS Avenger, which was named as an homage to the Star Destroyer Avenger. The homage is all the more appropriate in that the episode takes place in the Mirror Universe, where Starfleet is not a primarily scientific branch of the diverse, benevolent Federation, but the brutal military arm of the oppressive, Human-dominated Terran Empire.
  • The episode Kir'Shara features a holographic device that contains ancient Vulcan teachings called the Kir'Shara. The Kir'Shara is shaped like a Sith Holocron, and it's purpose (containing ancient teachings) is similar to the purpose of holocrons. The history it records - the schism in which the cool, logical Vulcans and the fiery, passionate Romulans evolved into separate races - is also similar to the ancient Force Wars between the light and dark sides.

Star Trek: The Next GenerationEdit

  • The name Vader can be seen on a gravestone in the episode "Sub Rosa" (see here).
  • in "Encounter at Farpoint", the drug dispenser worn by Q is labeled "Army R2D CPO" a reference to R2D2 and C-3PO (see here).
  • In "Up the Long Ladder", a computer display shows a list of old colony ships and their purposes. One of these ships shows its purpose as "Diplomatic Mission to Alderaan."

Star Trek: VoyagerEdit

  • The names of some Star Wars species are also used for species on the show, such as Quarren and Bothans - Quarren is used for a character as well.
  • One episode features a character named Kashyk.
  • Several episodes feature a spherical Borg vessel. Having been created by ILM for Star Trek: First Contact at the same time that they were working on the Special Edition re-releases, its resemblance to the Death Star has been stated to be at least somewhat intentional - a schematic of the ship in one episode is a near-perfect replica of the Death Star plans seen in the briefing before the Battle of Yavin.
  • One episode mentions a species called the Nar Shaddan, an obvious reference to Nar Shaddaa - in fact, the three crew members meeting with the Nar Shaddan were the only ones not kidnapped by the Quarren.

Stargate AtlantisEdit

Stargate SG-1Edit

  • In the season 6 episode "Memento", Colonel Ronson remarks "That old man better be right, or this will be a real short ride", a reference to A New Hope.
  • In the season 7 episode "Fallen", the scene of the F-302 destroying the power core is a humorous homage to Return of the Jedi, complete with similar visuals and terminology. There is also a subtle Star Wars reference in the dialogue as they prepare to launch the F-302: "Airstrike, this is command base, you are go for takeoff", O'Neill: "Yeah, I thought we were going with red leader on this one". Red Leader (or Red 1) being the callsign of Luke Skywalker's wing commander at the battle of Yavin.
  • The season 8 episode "Lockdown" had the System Lord Anubis possessing several members of the SGC, and upon returning in future episodes, Anubis also frequently took to using clone bodies to maintain his hold on the living realm, similar to Palpatine in Dark Empire and his use of Transfer essence. In addition, his defeat also had him entering an eternal fight with the Ancient Oma, mirroring Palpatine's defeat in Empire's End. Anubis himself also bore a strong resemblance to Palpatine, in terms of constantly wearing a dark shroud (in Anubis' case, it was because he was stuck in a half-ascended state).
  • In the season 9 episode "Crusade", Vala (who has become pregnant without sexual intercourse) asks if anyone has heard of a child being conceived without a father, and Teal'c immediately mentions Darth Vader but is cut off when Vala asks "how did that turn out?" Vala's child, however, was more similar to Palpatine.
  • In the season 10 episode "200", a mock scene depicts the never before seen Furlings as four-foot tall koalas, with a high-pitched voice and living in a village similar to the Ewoks in Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi, though unlike their Star Wars counterparts, the Furlings possess knowledge of advanced technology.
  • In the movie Continuum, Daniel Jackson ironically remarks "Oh, we have him now" when faced with the seemingly insurmountable odds they face compared to the fact that they have the benefit of surprise. This is a reference to Darth Vader's line in A New Hope, "I have you now".
  • Throughout the run of the series, Jack O'Neill would refer to humans acting without SGC authorization (such as the NID) as 'darksiders', and to incidents where SGC members or allies would turn on them as "turning dark side" in reference to the dark side of the Force.

Stargate UniverseEdit

  • In the episode "Water" Eli Wallace after entering a star system with an ice planet, refers to it as the Hoth system.

Static ShockEdit

  • In "Shebang", Hotstreak goes on a fiery rampage after being disappointed in "Space Battles: Episode 9".
  • In the episode "No Man's An Island", Static and Hotstreak travel through a forest on vehicles that look very similar to speeder bikes from Return of the Jedi. When a group of villains find them, a chase scene commences very similar to the chase scene in the movie. In addition, a slight variant of the Imperial March plays.

Steven UniverseEdit

  • Like Star Wars, Steven Universe primarily focuses on extraterrestrial stuff.
  • Many gems, such as the Diamonds, bear imperialistic behavior, with the Diamonds acting like the Sith, while the Crystal Gems share the same role as the Rebel Alliance.
  • The Gem corruption is quite like the Rakghoul plague as both are capable of turning sentients feral.
  • Gems are capable of detecting each-other's presences telepathically, much like force-sensitives.
  • An episode was dubbed "Restaurant Wars".
  • In "I Am My Mom", Steven turning himself in to Aquamarine and Topaz and getting captured references Han Solo getting frozen in carbonate from The Empire Strikes Back.

StokedEdit

  • In the Season 1-Episode 12 called "Charging into the Night"
  • The Groms have to work overtime at the Sci-Fi Convention the hotel is hosting. There are some spaceships that resemble those in Star Wars, and a droid that resembles a the Viper Probe Droid from "The Empire Strikes Back".
  • Reef reads Johnny's speech cards out loud, saying "Head of Big Nerd Council!" (referencing the Jedi Council), and "Nerd-i Master!" (referencing a Jedi Master).
  • There is a small man wearing a Yoda costume and he is seen in the beginning of the episode and the end as well. When the power goes out at the end of the episode, Emma is walking down the stairs and she screams for help. The man in the Yoda costume turns on a flashlight and says "Help it is, you seek." in the way that Yoda talks.

Storage WarsEdit

  • When Dave Hestor's truck roles in, a knock-off version of the Imperial March sometimes plays.
  • Barry found some Star Wars items in a locker, and a Revenge of the Jedi production member jacket ultimately put him in the black.

Sue Thomas: F.B.EyeEdit

  • In the episode "The Sniper," Myles calls Tara Williams "Princess Leia."

The Suite Life of Zack and CodyEdit

  • During the episode "Volley Dad," Cody mentions that the fridge is as small as R2-D2.
  • During the episode "The Ghost of Suite 613," Arwin (with a Welding Mask on) says "The Force is strong in this one" with Darth Vaders voice.

The Suite Life on DeckEdit

  • In one episode, Zack, Cody, Marcus, Woody, Mr. Moseby, and Esteban play Broadway Musical Charades and Esteban guesses "Star Wars". Mr. Moseby asks why he would guess "Star Wars", and Esteban responds by stating he thought Mr. Moseby was using a lightsaber.
  • In one episode Zack tries to use a Jedi mind trick on Mr. Moseby, but Cody says, "We're spies not Jedi!" Then Zack tries it on London and it works.
  • In the Episode "Twister (part 2)" Bailey daydreams a parody of The Wonderful Wizard of OZ. When the Cowardly Lion (Woody) is introduced, he calls himself Chewbacca and calls the Tin Man (Cody) C-3PO. Bailey even comments that Woody got his movies mixed up, but Woody replies "I like this movie better".

The Super Mario Bros. Super Show! (TV animated series)Edit

  • In one episode, Star Koopa, Mario, Luigi, Princess Toadstool and Toad are traveling through outer space onboard a spacecraft known as the Flying Pizza, and are on their way to help the Mushroom space colonists. The colonists are in trouble, due to the fact that Darth Koopa is threatening to blow up their planet. However, Mario's group is unaware of the fact that they are being pursued by Darth Koopa's Koop Star. "Star Koopa" is an parody of A New Hope, with several characters and vehicles, such as Darth Vader (Darth Koopa, King Bowser Koopa's alter-ego, a version of Bowser with Vader's helmet, lenses and cape), Grand Moff Tarkin (Mouser, a boss in Super Mario Bros 2's Game ), Obi-Wan Kenobi (Obi-Wan Toadi), the stormtrooperss (Stormtroopas, Koopa Troopas, enemies of Super Mario's games that wear costumes similar to those of Darth Vader's Imperial Stormtroopers), the X-wing Starfighters (Mushroom Starfighters) and TIE/LN starfighters (Stormtroopa Starfighters), being spoofed.

SupernaturalEdit

  • In the episode titled "Simon Said", Sam and Dean track a psychic that can coerce people into doing whatever he says. This ability sparks familiar chords with Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope where Obi-wan Kenobi uses a similar method to evade capture from a group of Stormtroopers, so familiar in fact that the characters make references to the movie when the ability is used; Dean shouts "He full on Obi-Wan-d me! It’s mind control, man!" when the psychic "convinces" him to give him his car and, later, when the psychic helps Sam and Dean in finding some files in the county office, he convinces the guard to go get a cup of coffee, throwing in the line "These aren't the droids you're looking for" for good measure.
  • In the episode "Swap Meat", several Star Wars T-shirts can be seen in the boy Gary's bedroom.

Talkin' Bout Your GenerationEdit

Teen TitansEdit

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  • In "Episode 257-494," super-nerd Control Freak takes the Titans into various TV shows, where he displays the powers of each genre. In a sci-fi series called "Clash of the Planets," there are numerous Star Wars references, including Control Freak becoming a Darth Vader-like figure with a lightsaber (the saber featured two different-colored blades ignited side by side) and telling his nemesis "I am your father." Beast Boy, an avid fan of "Clash," attempts to use mind powers mirroring the Jedi mind trick. Temporarily donning Raven's robes and waving his hand, he intones, "You don't need our identification."
  • In the episode "Fear Itself", Control Freak takes over a video rental store. Raven responds to his lame actions by saying, "I'm petrified.", in which Control Freak responds, "You will be.. you will be.", a reference to Yoda responding to Luke Skywalker on Dagobah in The Empire Strikes Back.
  • In the episode "Transformation", Starfire begins to morph into a stange creature, which ends up in her leaving Earth and travelling to several planets until she finally finds one to reside on. When the rest of the Teen Titans try to find her, they fly the T-Sub out of a creature with huge teeth that close down, almost eating them, a reference to when Han Solo flies out of the exogorth, or "space slug" in The Empire Strikes Back.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2003)Edit

  • In the episode "Trouble with Triceratons" Professor Honeycutt considers two people that look a lot like Han Solo and Chewbacca to smuggle them off the planet.
  • In the episode "Triceraton Wars" Michelangelo and Raphael quote Han's and Luke's dogfighting lines from A New Hope.
  • In the episode "Reflections" Michelangelo quotes the "I am your father" line from The Empire Strikes Back.
  • In the episode "The Lesson" Michelangelo tells a story to April O'Neil, jokingly starting the tale by saying "It was a dark and stormy night in a galaxy far far away..."

Tensou Sentai GoseigerEdit

  • The members from the first of the three evil forces that battle the Goseigers, Universal Annihilation Army Warstar (宇宙虐滅軍団ウォースター Uchū Gyakumetsu Gundan Wōsutā), have names that are modifications of the Japanese names of American science fiction films. "Warstar" itself is from Star Wars (スターウォーズ Sutā Wōzu). The name is kept for the villains of Goseiger's American adaptation, Power Rangers Megaforce.

Terminator: The Sarah Connor ChroniclesEdit

  • In the pilot episode on January 13, 2008, when Agent Ellison is told that Sarah Connor claimed her son would be leading the human resistance against the machines, he compares him to Luke Skywalker.

Thank God You're HereEdit

  • In episode 01, in an improv skit featuring Jennifer Coolidge, when asked who she would take on a dinner date, she replied Chewbacca, because "he's tall, hairy, and a good listener."
  • In an episode of the Australian version of the show, One person tells Hamish Blake that he is his step-father. Hamish responds with "O my God! It's like Darth Vader, but step!"

That '70s ShowEdit

  • In episode 120, A New Hope, after seeing Star Wars, Eric dreams he's Luke Skywalker and that Princess Leia (Donna) has been hanging out too much with Darth Vader (Donna's friend David). From then on, he is forever smitten with the trilogy, and talks about the movies endlessly, particularly Luke.
  • In one episode, Eric mentions how Luke Skywalker would do things, to which Red expresses his displeasure of any mention of Luke. Red and Kitty then discuss the sexual orientation of Luke, with Eric exclaiming "Luke Skywalker is not gay".
  • In episode 137, Young Man's Blues, a reference is made to Boba Fett (Boba Fett's jetpack doesn't just glue itself back on!). However, since That '70s Show is set in the 1970s, this reference could only be to The Star Wars Holiday Special, which premiered in the 70s, and marked Fett's first appearance. Also, at the very end of the episode, Red tries to teach Eric the names of some common tools, while Eric in return tries to teach Red the names of the central characters of Star Wars.
  • In episode 725, Short and Curlies, Donna gives Eric his going-away present as she dresses like Princess Leia for Eric's pleasure. He tells her to say, "Use the Force, Eric."
  • In episode 517, Pioneer Days, Red shouts at Eric for building the Millennium Falcon instead of a normal falcon. Red says that it "better not be a Star Wars thing" otherwise he would kick Eric's ass. Eric replies by saying it is a special type of falcon and then mutters under his breath that it is a falcon which made the Kessel run in less than twelve parsecs.
  • In episode 511, The Girl I Love, Eric plans to see the Laser Floyd show, and exclaims "Lasers! Like in Star Wars!".
  • In one episode, Eric and Donna talk to the pastor of the church about getting married. Donna says that Eric likes to talk about Star Wars. The pastor says, "Star Wars, the greatest movie of all time. It's hard not to talk about it." The pastor is portrayed by Billy Dee Williams.
  • In the episode "The Kids Are Alright", Donna and Eric are in bed, while Eric says in his sleep, "So cold... can't use the force." Donna wakes him up as he dumbfoundedly says "Leia?"
  • In the episode "Join Together", while the characters are in the Circle sequence, Eric says "It's like... I know how Obi-Wan Kenobi feels. 'These aren't the droids you're looking for.' Man, I wish I could do it with Donna on a landspeeder in Tatooine. That would be so awesome."
  • In the episode "Gimme Shelter", Eric and the gang are in the basement, talking about Eric's future, and Kelso has a vision in which 15 years later, Eric comes out of the car dressed as Luke, as he says "Thanks for going to the Star Wars convention with me, Leia.", as Donna comes out of the car dressed as Leia, saying, "You can call me Donna now." Hyde has an identical vision, except Kitty is playing the role of Leia instead of Donna.

The Thick of ItEdit

  • In the special "Spinners and Losers," Oliver refers to Ben as "Ben Kenobi."
  • In the third episode of season three, Oliver threatens to shove Philip's "stupid fucking lightsaber collection" through his eye socket. Later in the episode, Philip describes a civil servant as looking like an Ewok.
  • In the second episode of series four, Malcolm struggles to make a Star Wars analogy:
Malcolm Tucker: What's that film that you love?
Ollie Reeder: What film?
Malcolm: The one about the fucking hairdresser, the space hairdresser and the cowboy. The guy, he's got a tin foil pal and a pedal bin. His father's a robot and he's fucking fucked his sister. Lego! They're all made of fucking lego.
Ollie: Star Wars?
Malcolm: That's the one.

Tim and TomEdit

  • One of the Sandcrawlers has graffiti displaying "EMPIRE WUZ HERE!"
  • Luke licks his father's lightsaber and cuts his tongue.
  • Han does not shoot Greedo, but pretends to. A monster eats Greedo, and Han runs out and tells the audience to disregard Greedo's death and say that he shot first.
  • Dr. Cornelius Evazan and Ponda Baba leave after Evazan angrily reveals his dislike of everyone in the bar.
  • Near the ending, Sebastian complains to Tim about copyright infringement. Tim reassures Sebastian that he'll make sure George Lucas is mentioned and credited as the creator of the Star Wars saga. Sebastian asks him how, and Tim states that he just did. Sebastian calls Tim an idiot and leaves. Tim starts singing the Imperial March song.

Tiny Toon AdventuresEdit

Top GearEdit

  • In the first episode of Series 12 Jeremy Clarkson refers to Michael Parkinson as "the Obi-Wan Kenobi of Interviewing" and himself as Luke Skywalker.
  • In the third episode of series 12, James May refers to Mika Häkkinen as "Yoda" when Häkkinen is teaching him how to drive like a Finn.
  • In the next to last episode of Series 17 when Jeremy was driving a F-1 car he returned to the driver instructer reffering to him as "Yoda".
  • In the sixth episode of series 12, they discuss that a woman an an Emissions comittee has said that everyone needs to drive an electric car. Jeremy then produces a picture of who he says is her, but is instead a Gamorrean.

TorchwoodEdit

  • In the series 2 episode, Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang, Jack Harkness received a holographic message of past lover and acquaintance, John Hart, who ended the message with "Help me Obi-Wan Kenobi, you're my only hope."

Total DramaEdit

  • In an episode of the Canadian cartoon series Total Drama, Chris wears an outfit which is obviously a reference to a Rebel pilot's uniform.
  • In the season 3 finale of the Canadian cartoon series Total Drama, Alejandro had to wear a machine body after being trampled by the cast and being burned alive by lava. Which is obviously a reference to a Darth Vader's Body.
  • In an episode, Chris is shooting golf balls at the contestants. After hitting a character he remarks "I got one" to which Chef replies "don't get cocky".
  • In the episode "The Am-AH-Zon Race", Team Amazon gets caputured by Zing Zings. Team Amazon is tied to a tree and the Zing Zings think Heather is their ancient goddess. This is a reference to Return Of The Jedi.
  • When Harold eliminates himself, he stabs himself with a green, toy sword, looking a lot like a lightsaber.

The TransformersEdit

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Tripping the RiftEdit

  • There is a fight scene in one of the episodes where the hero and his arch nemesis fight with what looks like lightsabers. The name of the arch nemesis is "Darph Bobo", "Darph" being a parody of the title "Darth".

True BloodEdit

Two and a Half MenEdit

  • In the episode "People Who Love Peepholes", three life-size Star Wars statues are seen in Walden's house: a C-3PO, an R2-D2, and a clone trooper of the 501st Legion.
  • In "Frodo's Headshots", a Mos Eisley poster is shown on the wall of Walden's newly-geeked out home.

Ugly AmericansEdit

  • In one episode, there is an evil wizard that closely resembles Palpatine, at one point even shooting out something that resembles Force lightning.

Ultimate Spider-ManEdit

In the fifteenth episode, For Your Eye Only, Spider-Man falls into the Helicarrier trash bin, and says" What a wonderful smell I discovered" Spider-Man notices a label maker. Spider- Man encounters the room again, and quotes it for a second time. Spider-Man takes the Label Maker this time.

UnfabulousEdit

  • In the episode The Auction, as Mary and Duane are making up at the end, Mary brings up the fight that they had, as Duane asks what it was about in the first place. Mary then says "Trust issues? Or was it Chewbacca's gratuitous appearance in Episode III?".

Ulysses 31Edit

  • The hero, Ulysses, uses a weapon that is reminis
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    cent of a lightsaber. The sound production team of the show even borrowed some of the original lightsaber sound effects, such as the snap-hiss of ignition. Lightsabers also appeared in Jayce and the Wheeled Warriors, another Jean Chalopin show.

Unhappily Ever AfterEdit

  • When Jack is losing a basketball contest to his son, Mr. Floppy appears in the sky and says "Luke! Luke!" Jack then says "Obi-Wan?" Mr. Floppy tells Jack "to use the force—kick him in the groin."

V.I.PEdit

  • In the episode "The K-Files", Tasha Dexter refers to a supposedly disguised Kay Simmons as "Darth Kay-der.
  • Mark Hamill guest stars in the episode "The Uncle From V.A.L.", the ending of which references the medal awards ceremony at the end of A New Hope, down to Vallery Irons (Pamela Anderson) having her hair done up in Princess Leia's iconic cinnamon style buns.

The Venture BrothersEdit

  • The robot H.E.L.P.eR communicates through beeps and mechanical voices, like R2-D2.
  • At the begginning of the episode [Wikipedia:Are you there God? It's me, Dean Are you there God? It's me, Dean], after being threatened by Brock Samson, the Monarch asks "Who are you, Obi-Wan Kenobi?" Later in the episode the Monarch jokes that he is Hank Venture's father, a clear reference to Darth Vader's famous line.
  • During the episode Tag Sale - You're it!, Dr. Venture is holding a garage sale. Monarch Henchamn #21 purchases a lightsaber from the sale, and later attempts to use it against Brock Samson. After flailing around in a method very similar to the Star Wars Kid, he is shocked to discover that the lightsaber merely passes through Samson like a hologram.
  • In the episode Past Tense, the college student living in Dr. Venture's old dorm room has a poster of Boba Fett on his wall.
  • In the episode "Return to Spider-Skull Island", Dr. Venture has a dream in which he learns he has a long lost twin brother, during which the vision tells him, "There is another Venture."
  • In the special episode, A Very Venture Christmas, Dr. Orpheus discusses made-up holidays, such as Christmas and Wookiee Life Day.
  • In the episode Hate Floats, Brock Samson tells their robot H.E.L.P.eR. to "fly casual".
  • At the end of the episode Escape to the House of
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    the Mummies Part II, Hank Venture is shivering in the cold Arctic wind. His bodyguard, Brock Samson, cuts open the corpse of the time-displaced Edgar Allan Poe to keep Hank warm, remarking "...and I thought he smelled bad on the outside!"
  • In the episode Victor. Echo. November., Henchman #21 goes to the bathroom, exclaiming he's "taking a Count Dooku." Additionally, at the end of the episode, Billy Quizboy is testing his mechanical hand, and the scene is identical to the tests performed on Luke Skywalker by 2-1B.
  • The episode Love Bheits is full of Star Wars references. All members of the Venture family dress as Star Wars characters from A New Hope (Specifically Ben Kenobi, Chewbacca, and Leia) except Hank, who dresses as Batman. While trying to land the X-1, Dr. Venture repeatedly tells Brock Samson to "lock in the auxiliary power". Baron Underbheit is seen resting in a chamber that is a clear reference to Darth Vader's meditation chamber. Brock and Hank carry out a conversation very similar to Han and Luke's "suicide mission" conversation before the Battle of Yavin. Also, Brock (dressed as Chewie) carries H.E.L.P.eR. (their broken robot) on his back, very similar to how Chewbacca carried C-3PO in The Empire Strikes Back.
  • In the episode I Know Why the Caged Bird Kills, Henchman #21 tell Dr. Girlfriend that she is their only hope. He then says "Thank the maker" after farting. When Hank and Dean do not believe that Myra is their mother, she tells them to "search your feelings; you know it to be true."
  • Another episode filled with Star Wars references is Showdown at Cremation Creek Part II. Nien Nunb makes an appearance as the copilot of the X-1. The Phantom Limb's ship bears a strong resemblance to the LAAT. Brock says the line, "Great shot kid, that was one in a million!" The dream-battle between Dean and the Monarch is very similar to the one between Obi-Wan Kenobi and Grievous. During the David Bowie/Phantom Limb fight, Hank remarks, "It's like Dracula fighting Yoda in there!"
  • In the episode The Better Man, there is a character named the Outrider.
  • In the episode Pinstripes and Poltergeists, After Brock Samson knocks out Henchman #21, he awakens to Henchman #24's ghost saying "You must go to the Dagobah system, there you will learn form the Jedi Master that instructed me." Later in the episode Henchman #21 shows up to confront Monstroso dressed as a Jedi.
  • In the episode Assisted Suicide, Dean says he has a bible narrated on tape by "Mr. Darth Vader."
  • In the episode Operation P.R.O.M., the new recruits for Sphinx are referred to as younglings. Seconds later after seeing the floating headquarters of the O.S.I., someone calls it a "city in the clouds," referencing Cloud City.

Veronica MarsEdit

  • The coffee shop where Veronica works in the second season is named "Java the Hut". Veronica Mars herself is played by Kristen Bell, who also stars in the movie Fanboys.

Video on TrialEdit

Warehouse 13Edit

  • In episode 13.1, Douglas Fargo from Eureka uses a weapon that resembles a lightsaber and says the line "It is my destiny." Later in the same scene he says "This is why Jedi turn to the Darkside."

We Bare BearsEdit

In the episode "Everyday bears", Panda Bear had what looked like a toy lightsaber.

Wendell & VinnieEdit

  • In the episode "Pilot", Vinnie shows Wendell a prop of Luke Skywalker's lightsaber from Episode IV. Wendell then says that he's never seen Star Wars, to Vinnie's disbelief. Vinnie goes on to say that the lightsaber is the single greatest prop from any movie ever, and that it represents revelation, and is a symbol of the collective good. Later on in the episode, Wendell gets an allergic reaction to Vinnie's cooking, causing Vinnie to shatter the glass surrounding the lightsaber to get the EpiPen stored inside.

What I Like About YouEdit

  • In one episode, Valerie accidentally reveals a spoiler about the book The Great Gatsby to a man in a coffee shop. The man then counters the spoiler by revealing that Darth Vader is Luke Skywalker's father.
  • In the episode "Finally", Valerie's husband wants to have a Star Wars wedding. Valerie is disappointed, but agrees with the plan. but later, her husband decides to have a normal wedding. Throughout the episode, other minor Star Wars references are made.

What's New, Scooby-Doo?Edit

  • An episode is titled The Vampire Strikes Back.

The Whitest Kids U'KnowEdit

  • A reference is made to "Star Wars VII".
  • In a sketch about Ronald Reagan, Reagan says he is going to order the government to build a Death Star and Star Wars weapons. He also does impressions of Star Wars characters like Chewbacca.
  • In a parody of "how to get rich" infomercials, if the watcher buys the book they receive a toy R2-D2 that talks. However it does not look like R2-D2, instead resembling a small trashcan with legs and speaking english with a Middle Eastern accent.
  • In a sketch about a video game, one of the weapons that is in the inventory is a lightsaber.
  • In a sketch featuring a parody of John Williams, a reference is made to Williams making a song about a random ewok.

Wheel of FortuneEdit

  • In one episode, "A LONG TIME AGO IN A GALAXY FAR FAR AWAY" is a puzzle answer, under the category "Quote."

Whose Line Is It Anyway?Edit

  • In one episode, in the Scenes Cut From a Movie sketch, Wayne is Lando, Colin is Chewbacca (while trying to attempt his best Chewbacca sound), Chip Esten is C-3PO and Ryan is R2-D2 (while making whistling noises and crouching on the ground).
  • Another episode featured a sketch called "Hats", where Ryan wore a black pot on his head and said "I am your father", and Colin put on a hoodie and said "Jawa, Jawa."
  • In the episode with Robin Williams as a guest star, in the sketch "Props", one of the props given to Drew and Ryan is a large, yellow piece of foam curved into an S. Drew puts them on the sides of his head and says "Luke! You must fight the Force for me!", imitating Princess Leia's hairstyle.

Will & GraceEdit

  • In the Season 1 episode "The Unsinkable Mommy Adler", Jack rents Star Wars for Will, Grace and himself to watch one night, to further his investigations on the sexuality of the droids. Will tells him that "C3PO isn't gay, he's British", to which Jack argues with the (fake) Star Wars quote, "'R2, R2, my circuits yearn for you!' Big space queen." Also, Grace complains about Jack's choice in repeatedly renting Star Wars, stating she's "dreaming of Jabba the Hutt". Jack replies that that is because she lives with him, in keeping with Jack's constant quips about Will's alleged weight problem.
  • During a season 5 episode (aired in late 2002), Grace comments on a newspaper article reporting that fans have already started lining up for the next Star Wars film. She then states she will wait until it comes out and push in right in front of them. Another Season 5 episode is titled "May Divorce Be With You".

Wizards of Waverly PlaceEdit

  • In "Alex's Choice", Justin said "These aren't the wizards you're looking for", which a reference to is what Ben Kenobi said to a Sandtrooper in Episode IV.
  • In another episode Alex asks Max what he was doing with his mom's black dress. Max answers "It's a Darth Vader cape. You people have no imagination."
  • In the episode "Wizard School Part 1", the intercom calls out to Justin Russo, "Will Justin Russo report to the Lost and Found? We have your cape and lightsaber."
  • In another episode, Alex brings Babe Ruth out from a baseball card. Justin is opposed to it and Alex replies, "Oh, come on! If it was a life sized Obi-Wan Kenobi, you'd be into it!" Justin responds by saying, "Life-sized Obi-Wan... I'll be right back!" letting you infer he is going to get an image of Obi-Wan.
  • In the episode "Wizard for a Day" Justin wears a suit that resembles Han Solo's.
  • In "Moving On" one of the people Jerry mentions is named Benjamin Kenobi.
  • There is a "Wand app" that can turn your wand into a lightsaber.
  • In "Three Maxes and a Little Lady", while Justin explains the uses of the wand, he tells his class "It's a little something I like to call using the Force." One of the students responds "The Force? You ripped that off from Star Wars!", while Justin replies "Or did they rip it off from me?".

Wolverine and the X-MenEdit

  • In the series premiere, Wolverine calls Beast "Chewie" in a reference to Chewbacca.

The X-FilesEdit

  • In the episode "The Erlenmeyer Flask," the last episode of season one, Mulder tells Deep Throat, "From day one this has always been on your terms. I've gone along, been the dutiful son. But maybe this time we can just cut out the Obi-Wan Kenobi crap, and you can save me the trouble."
  • In the episode "Small Potatoes," Amanda Nelligan claims the father of her baby is from another planet. When interviewed by Agent Mulder, she says, "I didn’t say he was an alien. I said he was from another planet. His name is Luke Skywalker. He’s what’s known as a Jedi Knight." After a stunned silence, Agent Scully asks, "Did he have a lightsaber?" She replies, "No, he didn’t bring it." In reality, the father is Eddie Van Blundht, a mutant able to imitate the appearance of others with delicate control of his muscles. In a later scene, Eddie, disguised as Mulder, interviews Amanda; as he leaves, she tells him, "May the Force be with you."
  • In the episode "Vienen," Agent Mulder and Agent Doggett discuss the burns of a deceased Mexican oil worker, a case in which Mulder believes that there's a connection between the burns and the radioactive alien "black oil". Doggett says that "five years ago you and Agent Scully investigated a case of a World War II plane salvaged from the bottom of the Pacific Ocean. Where a substance was brought to the surface, which you described as a highly contagious virus of extraterrestrial origin, that has radioactive properties and can take over a man's body, and is part of an alien conspiracy to colonize the planet, if I'm not mistaken," to which Mulder replies "And you'd love to help, but you left your lightsaber at home."
  • In the last episode of the series "the Truth" during the opening theme the name "Exar Kun" can be read on a list that flashes over the screen.

X-Men: EvolutionEdit

  • Toad, unknowingly taking orders from Mystique, infiltrates the Xavier Institue and is attacked by the automated defense systems. He makes it inside, only to begin chasing Nightcrawler through the halls, and calls the teleporter "Wookiee boy."
  • For a class paper on the Star Wars space program, Evan writes his on the Star Wars movies.

X-PlayEdit

  • An entire show was dedicated to Star Wars video games.
  • In their Greatest Games of All Time special, Knights of the Old Republic was named number 2.
  • They have reviewed numerous Star Wars video games.
  • They have had many Star Wars themed sketches.

Zoey 101Edit

  • In the episode "Bad Girl", Chase says "She's a little girl, not Darth Vader.", referring to Trisha, Dustin's girlfriend in the episode.
  • In the episode "Zoey's Balloon", when Quinn and Lola find Firewire, the guy that helped Rebecca try to blackmail Zoey, he waves a lightsaber in their faces and makes sounds reminiscent of lightsaber sounds. He then exclaims, "Thanks alot, Force!".
  • In the same episode, Quinn threatens to put all of Firewire's Galaxy Wars (a parody of Star Wars also seen in iCarly and Drake and Josh) figures in chloro-peptic acid, the figures shown being Princess Oblongata and Nug Nug (parodies of Leia and Yoda, respectively). When Quinn puts Princess Oblongata in the acid, she says "Help her, Firewire, you're her only hope!".

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