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George Lucas, Dammit!

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George Lucas is hunted down by a reporter to reveal his secret lair. This flash toon actually contains both a main feature and a preview for a sexy new feature called Nightshift Patrol. You'll have the option of loading the preview if you want or you can skip it since it contains some offensive material.

NOTE: If you've already seen "George Lucas, Dammit" this is the extended version with a new scene left out of the previous one. Enjoy

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The animation with the woman was just weird. She had strange looking breasts. At least her personality was different. I really had no idea what would happen next. I guess most people don't like the Ewoks anyway. The bit with the two robots was pretty good.

You shouldn't be harassing women when you have a wife. The animation wasn't bad. It wasn't quite my thing. It was a pretty original idea. Attack Of The Clones was pretty long ago.



Very nice.

I must say that this was damn good for it's time being made in 2002 the animation was excellent,the script was also funny as hell and the voice actress for the girl did a fantastic job,as for the extended version well it was a pleasent surprise to say the least haha.


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WHY YOU!

George Lucas is a great man, I can understand this is some kind of joke, but you went to far with that ewok joke. This, sir, offends me and the Star wars fan club.



I love all your shorts

But, what's with the lame toon porn?


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(( Decent animation ))

~~REVIEW~~
I liked this, it was neat with the extra footage and different options, as for the actuall animation feature it was notbad it was entertaining, nice options and good design of it, nice job.

~~THINGS TO IMPROVE ON~~
I thought it was fine.

~~OVERALL~~
Decent animation and some extra options.

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Uploaded
Apr 16, 2002
5:57 AM EDT
Genre
Comedy - Parody
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  • Daily Feature April 17, 2002