BONUS EPISODE – George Lucas Super Live Adventure Super Live Commentary

NEW BONUS EPISODE! in 1993, audiences across Japan got to see a (super) live stage show tribute to the cinema of George Lucas. Willow, Tucker, Indiana Jones, American Graffiti and Star Wars all live featuring singing, dancing and a live tiger. Now, thanks to the magic of the internet YOU TOO can watch this bizarre and beautiful moment in history. Join us for a live commentary of the only known camcorder footage of the entire historic show. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll hand jive. Watch along with us today!


Episode 216 – SAGA YEAR MONTH 4 – Revenge of the Sith Novelization, Reshoots and Candles in the Dark

In the 15 years since it’s release, Matthew Stover’s Revenge of the Sith novelization has become not just a cult favorite but one of the best pieces of Star Wars literature ever made!  Join us this week as we look at why that is, why Stover’s “internal not external” approach fits ROTS so well, how the novel’s heart changed with the film’s reshoots and so much more!!  What dream Star Wars story did Stover once tell Jason about?  What one scene in the book does Gabe wish was in the movie?  Why is Revenge of the Sith so important now more then ever? It’s SithMania in this action packed episode!  It’s Sith season so celebrate the love & listen today!  

BONUS EPISODE – Interview with DAVID ZARITSKY, the mind behind QUEST OF THE JEDI

We heard your demands for MORE QUEST OF THE JEDI, and FINALLY here it is, the interview with the person behind the one and only ultimate Star Wars fan film, David Zaritsky.  How was QUEST OF THE JEDI created?  Who is in it?  What was the reaction like?  How was it edited?  All the burning QUEST OF THE JEDI secrets are revealed as David takes the time to talk with us about his fan film and his 007 passions beyond Star Wars!  
So call up your inlaws, get out the Ackbar masks and celebrate the love with BLAST POINTS!  




Episode 215 – Time And Star Wars (does Anyone Really Know What Time It Is?)

If you’re anything like us, you’ve been wondering everyday HOW MUCH TIME TAKES PLACE DURING THE ORIGINAL STAR WARS TRILOGY!?  Join us as we go through Episodes 4-6 and count the days and attempt to solve this ancient mystery. Is it weeks? Days?! Months?!?!?  When do they nap?  Sunrises?  Sunsets?  WHAT DOES IT ALL MEAN?!   Listen today and we can all figure it out together! ‬ So sleep wherever you can & celebrate the love with BLAST POINTS!  

Episode 214 – The Phantom Toys (Kenner’s Episode VII – The Epic Continues)

We all know the story of Kenner’s infamous run of Star Wars toys is the stuff of legend but did you know that as the line began to fade away, Kenner almost created their own Star Wars legend?  In 1984, they proposed a new post-ROTJ story where Han, Luke and an alien named Mongo Beefhead battled against the evil Atha Prime, his army of Clone Warriors and a not dead Grand Moff Tarkin!  How was this created?  What would it even have been like?  How could it have changed Star Wars forever?  It’s an epic story that has to be heard to be believed!!  Join us as we explore the truths, the legends and the tall tales of the phantom toy line, THE EPIC CONTINUES!

So ride up on your bantha & celebrate the love with BLAST POINTS!  

BONUS EPISODE – Quest of the Jedi Commentary

NEW!! We have wondered for years how to do justice to the ultimate Star Wars fan film, David Zaittsky’s early 90s masterpiece QUEST OF THE JEDI. Finally now, the time has come and we are ready to discuss it and celebrate all of it’s glory. Join us as we provide a running and loving commentary for this incredible 90 minute version of Episode X. Sandpeople! Ackbar! Droids! A cantina scene! Boba Fett! Sith Trooper! Ship chases! Death Trooper!! Lightsaber battles! A sneaky Death Trooper and so much more! It’s a epic that has to be seen to be believed! So celebrate the love and watch along with us today!  


Episode 213 – The Art of The Art of The Rise of Skywalker

The most anticipated Star Wars art book of all time is finally here, Phil Szostak’s magnificent The Art of The Rise of Skywalker!  No matter what you thought of the film, you can’t deny the incredible talent of the artists that helped make it all happen.  Still, what really did happen along the way?  Join us as we look at the incredible and revealing behind the scenes text and discuss some of our personal favorite pieces of art contained in the book!  What were Klaud’s early looks? Where could the story have almost gone?  Listen and find out!!

So go talk to The Oracle, listen today & celebrate the love! 

Use The Forks – Star War Cooking

Star Wars Cooking
by Kathy Bejma

Good ole Wedge Antilles!

Which Wedge are we referring to? That depends on which scene we’re talking about.Colin Higgins is the first Wedge we meet. He’s the one Luke reassures in the briefing room that hitting the thermal exhaust port won’t be any more difficult than bull’s-eyeing a womp rat. He was fired for not memorizing his lines.The next time we see Wedge, he’s played by Denis Lawson (Ewan McGregor’s uncle). This is trench run Wedge who saves Luke, but then has to bail because he can’t do any more good back there, “Sorry!” In the final film however, David Ankrum was used to overdub all of Wedge’s lines. So that’s 3 different Wedges in the same film- Crazy!

From that point on, things got far less complicated. Denis Lawson played Wedge in The Empire Strikes Back, Return of the Jedi, and The Rise of Skywalker. You can also hear his voice over the loud speaker in Rogue One. And he did all that without any help from anyone else- one Wedge united!!Wedge is the only pilot to attack BOTH Death Stars (successfully), and he seems to enjoy blasting TIE fighters, and then flying right though the explosion of their defeat!

He’s truly an asset to any squadron that will have him.
I’m pretty sure they don’t allow snacking to take place in the cockpits of X-Wings, but I bet (given his seniority) Wedge could get away with munching on these Wedge Potatoes, if he was feeling peckish.

Wedge Potatoes

Makes 2 servings


  • 2 Russet potatoes, skins on, sliced into wedges (8 wedges per potato)
  • 1 Tablespoon olive oil
  • 1 teaspoon paprika
  • 3/4 teaspoon garlic powder
  • 1/4 teaspoon black pepper
  • salt 


1. Pre-heat your oven to 450 degrees (F), and line a baking sheet with tin foil. 

2. Place your wedged potatoes into a large bowl.

3. To your potatoes, add the olive oil, paprika, garlic powder, and black pepper. Stir with a spatula to coat the potatoes. 

4. Spray your tin foil with non-stick cooking spray, and spread your potatoes out evenly, making sure they’re not touching.

5. Bake for 15 minutes, flip them over, and continue baking for another 15 minutes.

6. Remove your potato wedges from the oven, and sprinkle with salt.

7. Serve immediately with ketchup, mustard, or even guacamole!

8. Enjoy while flying through the explosion of your enemy.