Episode 65 – Thermal Denominator

It’s episode 65 of Children of the Force!

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This episode is full of tangents. But also Star Wars goodness. It’s about 20/80.

STAR WARSY STUFF [1:00]

Our podcast got an awesome recommendation and review over at Hypable: http://www.hypable.com/trypod-best-podcast-recommendations-itunes-2017/

Be sure to check out the newest edition of Get to Know a Children of the Force Listener, all about Laura.

Liam and I joined a couple friends at the Guillermo Del Toro exhibit at the Minneapolis Institute of Art. It was creepily awesome.

And then we go on a very long tangent about the limits of virtual reality, among other things.

WHAT’S THAT SOUND? [18:00]

How did they make the thermal detonator sound? Jabba can see how.

NEWS [20:45]

We discuss that news about The Last Jedi and the Han Solo movie that Bob Iger (of all people) dropped as some conference. Via The Hollywood Reporter and Deadline.

Woody Harrelson revealed his character’s name on Jimmy Fallon:

https://youtu.be/MWJcvW_FFM0?t=1m3s

CANON NEWS [38:00]

Lumpy is canon!

Lumpy.jpg
JOKE [41:20]

Two more jokes from Evan!

What are the first three months of a Star Wars calendar?

Shmi Skywalker had other children. One of her sons became a model. His name was ________.

STUMP THE LUMP! [43:45]

Liam asks me a question about a certain weapon in The Force Awakens, testing the limits of my memory.

OUTRO [46:00]

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!

REBELS: ZERO HOUR discussion [48:40]

Our quick and dirty discussion about the Rebels season 3 finale, Zero Hour. Oh, and check out the Rebels Recon for the episode:

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