Episode 57 – Identities and Ghosts

It’s episode #57 of Children of the Force!

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Speaking of Patreon, we met our goal! Special thanks to Amy, Laura, Alethia, Nick, and Evan for making it all happen.

STAR WARSY STUFF [3:30]

Our yearly watch-through of all the Star Wars films is now complete! And I surprise the kids by telling them that the floodgates are now open, and that they can watch them whenever they want.

WHAT’S THAT SOUND? [8:15]

The word, “Hope,” at the end of that one movie is taken from that other movie. This, via Empire Magazine.

SPECIAL REPORT [13:00]

Nick from London sends us a special report from the Star Wars Identities exhibit. Here’s Nick’s identity.

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And here are some photos he took at the exhibit.

Thanks to Nick for sending that report! And thanks to his mom, dad and sister for contributing, too!

NEWS/CANON NEWS [31:20]

A bit of information that slipped through the cracks until now, there’s going to be a Jyn Erso young adult novel. Here’s the tentative cover:

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This is coming out on May 2nd, along with the middle-grade novel about Baze and Chirrut

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And in canon news, we talk about how some Separatists became members of the Rebel Alliance.

REVIEW [38:30]

For the rest of the episode, we review Ghosts of Geonosis part 1 and part 2. From Saw to Klik Klak, from Sabine to Brunson, and some of the things in between (including that grey area in between fighting toward a goal and fighting against better judgment).

We also briefly discuss some highlights from that second-half-of-season-3 trailer. This one:

OUTRO [1:02:45]

Thanks for listening! Send us a voicemail or email us at forcechildren@gmail.com if you want to take part in the discussion or just give us some feedback. Thanks!

 

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