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Collider Jedi Council: Have the Star Wars Movies Really Been Palpatine’s Story All Along?

Discussion in 'SWNN News Feed' started by SWNN Probe, May 3, 2019.

  1. SWNN Probe

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    On this week's Collider Jedi Council, Kristian Harloff, Ken Napzok, and Jenna Busch discuss: If the entire Star Wars saga has really been Palpatine’s story;  Did Mark Hamill’s 'Missed Opportunities' tweet reawaken the division within the Star Wars fandom; How May the 4th is being celebrated this year; Fan Twitter Questions and More.













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    I listen to ForceCenter with Ken, Joseph Scrimshaw, and Jennifer Landa. It’s so odd to hear Kristian make statements I know are opposed to Ken’s opinions, but he doesn’t often object. I wonder if that’s just to avoid conflict or if he’s been encouraged not to. Just a thought I had . . . and maybe should have kept to myself :)
     
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    You're not wrong.
    The owner of Collider created his own Star Wars show because he wanted to be on every week to Vhlor about TLJ. Ken wants to stay on so probably just toes the line
     
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    Pretty much where my head was at. ‘Rule of Two’ AKA ‘Blow-Hard and the Yes-Man.” ‘Jedi Council’ slowly morphed into the Star Wars ‘O'Reilly Factor’ at some point. Pity.

    There’s just such a noticeable demeanor shift when Ken is on his own show. Bums me out.
     
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    It's a shame.

    There's a new target audience for SW and I feel like Ken is the only one who understands that sometimes and accepts it.
     
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    No. It's not about Palpatine. But he was the villain behind the villain who wanted his son as a villain.
     
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