|Cap'n Profan!ty - 2009-02-15 |
i think he was "holding" his bowels, the fat fuck
"Rouge Squadron?" Wasn't that the game about the first all-gay division of rebel fighters?
I think most Star Wars fans learn to check "Physics" at the door.
So it didn't have an atmosphere? Because you could hear the lasers and everything.
It was a series of novels too.
I can't imagine an object of that size not having a gravitational pull. The Death Star probably had one too.
"So it didn't have an atmosphere? Because you could hear the lasers and everything."
|Aelric - 2009-02-15 |
|gazebo - 2009-02-15 |
I've always wondered if the actor knew his character's name was going to be 'Porkins' or if George Lucas was just being a dick.
|oddeye - 2009-02-15 |
What better person to play a character called Porkins then a bearded fat-ass? Only a talking pig could top that.
Lucas just didn't have the CGI technology at the time to pull it off. Look for it in the upcoming 35th Anniversary Special Edition! Porkins even has a musical number after his death.
A well choreographed musical number with CGI Jets fight dancing CGI Sharks.
|Chancho - 2009-02-15 |
The porkwing fighter fires butter lasers
|PegLegPete - 2009-02-15 |
Porkins, Jek Porkins.
|BHWW - 2009-02-15 |
In the first draft of the Star Wars script, the character's name was Lt. Chubbywubby Chubster Porko Fatty Fat Fat Fatass McFatty Boomboom.
|Jeff Fries - 2009-02-15 |
Fat guy in a little plane
|Keefu - 2009-02-15 |
Hootkins died of pancreatic cancer in Santa Monica, California on October 23, 2005 at the age of 57.
|Urist - 2009-02-15 |
|roughnready66 - 2009-02-15 |
he gives a Chris Farley yell at the end
|B. Weed - 2009-02-16 |
|blackmetallic - 2009-02-16 |
You sure dont sound "all right" at the end there, Mr Glass Half Full...
|Evilhead - 2009-04-14 |
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