23
Jul
09

Star Wars Dance Off… Why?

Alright, if you sat through all twelve minutes of that and have any respect for the Star Wars franchise left that isn’t just fond memories then we would like you to know that grief counseling and cake will be provided at the end of this post. If you didn’t sit through all of it or just skipped right to our sexy words then let us give you the basic run down. What we have here is the Dancing With the Star Wars Stars Dance Off.

Redundant!

Redundant!

Something that happens during the Star Wars Weekends at the Disney Hollywood Studios. What it really is though, is just more shameless exploitation of a once loved franchise that has done nothing but spiral downwards into shame and prostitution. This display is almost insulting to the intelligence. They even bring out Ahsoka! Why?! Because everything you love will end up sucking and hate you! Why didn’t they just air the Star Wars Holiday special and then have some guy dressed as Jar Jar Binks come out during intermission and kick every audience member square in the crotch? As for us? We’re going to go pitch that idea to the Disney Hollywood Studios, and you? Well tell us, when did all of the pain start?

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