Star Wars is Everywhere and here are your latest random examples of that catchy phrase...
Liz Lemon got "Solo-ed" by her boyfriend Cris at the end of last week's St. Patrick's Day inspired episode of 30 Rock. The full episode can be viewed at NBC.com and the reference happens at approx. the 20:40 mark.
ChicagoNow.com displays how one mother uses the lessons of Star Wars to impart wisdom on her young children. (Thanks Jimmy!)
Covering a couple of Star Wars events, Baristanet.com reports on a "An Evening with Star Wars" at the the Geyer Family YMCA in New Jersey, while WZZM13.com notes that 7,500 fans turned out for a Star Wars Night with the Grand Rapid Griffins hockey team in Michigan.
Kevin Drum at MotherJones.com explains his case for Return of the Jedi being the best film of the Star Wars saga.
Blastr.com's image of the day from a few days ago showcased the "Little Rebels" painting by artist James Hance. (Thanks Chris!)
Digital Spy reports that Star Wars actor Garrick Hogan (Biggs in ANH) has joined the cast of the latest installment of Dr. Who.
The Steampunk Star Wars art creations of Bjorn Hurri are being showcased at UFunk.net.
Well, Vader has finally had enough and he's decided to leave the Galactic Empire. Visit TheDailyMash.co.uk for his official announcement.
In honor of the release date announcement for The Legend of Korra, io9.com featured the Star Wars/Airbender mash-up creation of Dave Filoni.
CollegeFashion.com takes a look at a number of clothes and accessories inspired by the OT.
Our friend Brian at Endor Express provides a nice gallery of pictures following his recent visit to Star Wars: Where Science Meets Imagination at the Discovery Science Center in Santa Ana, CA. (Thanks Brian!)
Kotaku.com has a short article in which one of their Australian readers implores LucasArts to create a Star Wars NBA Basketball video game.
DailyMail.co.uk displays a video of a Space Shuttle blasting off into space from a camera mounted on a booster rocket. How is this Star Wars related? Skywalker Sound helped tweak the audio. Click here to check it out! (Thanks Mike!)
And finally, we leave you with The Wampug Strikes Back... (Thanks Kristen!)
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