Video: Star Wars guests on Spanish Muppet Show

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18 Responses to Video: Star Wars guests on Spanish Muppet Show

  1. Jack says:

    Yeah, like others said. This was on the regular U.S. Muppet Show… This is just a Spanish dub…

  2. Wovixo says:

    Wow, that’s neat?

    What’s the battery life on that gadget?

  3. Rob Beschizza says:

    7 hours with the screen dimmed, you muppet!

  4. ZoopyFunk says:

    Is Brownlee gone from BBG for good? Was he eaten alive in Mauritius?

  5. RedShirt77 says:

    The pronunciation of Chewbacca is worth the price of admission.

  6. a random John says:

    brownlee appears to have landed at geek.com

  7. Rob Beschizza says:

    Zoopy, that’s right. He was eaten alive in Mauritius.

  8. ZoopyFunk says:

    Well, his writing will be missed.

  9. ranomatic says:

    This was a standard English version of the “Muppet Show”, dubbed in Spanish. I remember watching it. I’ll look for a link.

  10. ranomatic says:

    A youtube search for

    Muppet show star wars episode

    will turn up the one I remember.

  11. grimc says:

    The preemptive defense tag wasn’t necessary; Droids are gadgets.

  12. Anonymous says:

    Just for the record: that is not an Spanish show, it’s Mexican. Huge difference believe me ;)

  13. PaulR says:

    ¡Bonito hallazgo!

  14. ZoopyFunk says:

    Thanks, I really needed the chuckle, but damn it must be a slow tech news day…

  15. TedJohnson says:

    @4 Brownlee gone? I hadn’t noticed. At the same time I’m saddened to learn of his departure from BB. He is the Andy Kaufman of gadget blogging. I’d like to continue to read him at his new frontier, wherever it is. (Unless it’s Twitter. There are some things that even I won’t do.)

  16. se7a7n7 says:

    Actually George Lucas has said that this episode of the Muppets is canon with the Star Wars story line.

  17. se7a7n7 says:

    Isn’t that Castle Greyskull in the background?

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