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Cosmic Wars: The Gathering Shadow

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"The decision is final. Tabled, this motion is. Or is it?"
Yoda parody[src]
Cosmic Wars: The Gathering Shadow
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Movie Information
Genre: Sci-Fi
Political
Country of Origin: USA
First Appearance: "Co-Dependent's Day"


Cosmic Wars: The Gathering Shadow is a sci-fi film in the Cosmic Wars series, created by Randall Curtis.

History[edit]

The Simpson family went to watch it. It turned out to be the worst film in the series and was mostly political. Bart and Lisa decided to then go and see Randall Curtis to complain about the film, who then realized that he had lost his way with the series and decided to go back to the roots.

Plot[edit]

The film starts off with the opening crawl, telling the story up until the film:

It is a time of uncertainty. The empire's ambiguous tariff statutes mandate close reexamination of galactic export quotas. Interim Princess Agoomba has co-chaired a subcommittee to draft amendments to existing trade policies.
Meanwhile, regulatory agencies are being heavily lobbied by a consortium of mercantile interest groups and their suppliers to streamline loading restrictions for class-C cargo vessels. The shipping unions have remained conspicuously silent.

At the Galactic Senate, a role call is made to make sure everyone is present. An AT-AT then crashes into the senate building and proposes an amendment to a Space Bill, but is told to wait his turn by the Galactic senator. The senator then continues the role call.

Later in the film, Jason asks Jim-Jam Bonks what happened to his wheel cover of his ship. Jim-Jam replied that he sold it to buy space spliff.

At the end of the film, an alien says "tabled this motion is. Or is it?"

Behind the Laughter[edit]

The film is a parody of the Star Wars series, specifically The Phantom Menace and Attack of the Clones.

Appearances[edit]