May 21, 2007: (Mitch and Al stand in line while Dana looks on, confused) Dana: What--? Mitch: To honor the 30th anniversary of Star Wars, we're waiting in a theater line as a tribute. Dana: This is a whole new level of sad. Mitch: Light saber fight!
May 23, 2007: George Lucas: It's been 30 years since I released Star Wars. Just try to imagine how the world would be different without it. (Al looks back at his Star Wars action figures) Al: I'd still have a lot more of my money. George Lucas: I would have made American Grafitti 6, with a digital Ron Howard.
May 25, 2007: Mitch: Hapyy Birthday, Star Wars! It's 30 years old today! Will: What does a sci-fi movie do for its 30th birthday? Mitch: Move out of its parents' basement? Will: What, and leave its fans behind?