sohotrightnow: the top of a swimming young woman's torso. ([spn] when she was just seventeen)
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SPN eps watched today: "Heart", "Hollywood Babylon", "Folsom Prison Blues", and "What Is And What Should Never Be". The last three were pretty good but Heart was, uh, wow. Even for SPN that was pretty fucking appalling. The bad photoshopping of JDM in WI&WSNB was pretty hilarious, too. SURPRISE JDM IN YOUR PRECIOUS FAMILY MEMORIES!


Jun. 23rd, 2009 01:26 pm
sohotrightnow: the top of a swimming young woman's torso. ([spn] don't turn me home again)
So at this point I am actually enjoying SPN as long as I watch for the lulz, but I'm watching this making-of thing on the S1 DVDs, about the evolution of the show, and the frequent use of the Star Wars comparison is kind of confusing me. So maybe someone with more movie history knowledge/knowledge of the show could help me.

I mean, admittedly, Lucas puts out a new edition of Star Wars more often than some people change their socks, so, okay, I'm guessing the one I saw was different from the one Kripke saw. Does anyone know where I could get my hands on the one he watched? Because the one I grew up watching had Han and Luke, obviously, but it also had this one character -- IDK, I guess Lucas must've added her in with CGI later, because Kripke clearly didn't see her, which is why I'm curious. Maybe you guys don't even know what I'm talking about, if my edition was one of the newer ones; clearly I'm not as well-informed on Star Wars as I thought I was, hence my asking.

So that's my question: where can I get my hands on the edition Kripke apparently watched? The one without Princess Leia in it?

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