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Star Wars is a science fiction franchise originally developed from the 1977 film Star Wars directed by George Lucas. It has been referenced numerous times on The Simpsons.

References to Star Wars in The Simpsons[edit]

Episodes[edit]

Picture Season Episode number Episode name Reference
Bart mentions the Star Wars trilogy.png 1 5 "Bart the General" Among Bart's list of cool wars is the Star Wars Trilogy.
Rigellian Ship Hallway.png 2 16 "Treehouse of Horror" As Lisa snoops around the ship, the ship and music bring to mind the halls of the Death Star, and Luke Skywalker's theme from Star Wars: A New Hope.
Darth Vader Old Money.png 30 "Old Money" Darth Vader is one of the people waiting in line to ask Abraham Simpson for money.
I Married Marge - leaving the movie theater.png 3 47 "I Married Marge" Homer and Marge leave a film theater in 1980 after a showing of The Empire Strikes Back. Homer notes: "Who would have known that Darth Vader is Luke Skywalker's father?", annoying the crowd behind him, still waiting in line to see the film. He later calls Marge as pretty as Princess Leia and as smart as Yoda.
Lisa the Beauty Queen Vader.png 4 63 "Lisa the Beauty Queen" The man that makes Lisa's caricature has on display a caricature of Darth Vader in a bathing suit and surfing.
Lisa the Beauty Queen Leia hairstyle.png When Lisa tries different hair styles, one of the hairdos she tries is Princess Leia's.
May the Force Be with Nimoy.png 71 "Marge vs. the Monorail" After Leonard Nimoy (Mr. Spock from Star Trek) speaks at the maiden voyage of the monorail, Mayor Quimby says "May the Force be with you", probably confusing Star Trek with Star Wars.
Mr. Burns being introduced with the Imperial March.png 66 "Marge Gets a Job" Mr. Burns is sometimes introduced while the "Imperial March" music, associated with Star Wars villain Darth Vader, plays in the background.
Mr. Burns being introduced with the Imperial March 2.png 6 121 "A Star Is Burns"
Lisa's Rival Star Wars.png 105 "Lisa's Rival" Ralph Wiggum wins a diorama contest by simply putting some packaged Star Wars action figures, including Chewbacca, Luke and Obi-Wan, into a box. Principal Skinner turns out to be a big Star Wars fan and names him the winner.
Round Springfield.png 125 "'Round Springfield" Darth Vader is one of the characters appearing in the sky to talk to Lisa. (The other two are Mufasa from The Lion King and James Earl Jones saying: "This is CNN". The voices of Darth Vader, Mufasa and the CNN voiceover were originally all done by actor Jones. He has guest-starred on the show three times; however, on this occasion the voices are provided by Harry Shearer.)
126 "The Springfield Connection" Homer and Marge are watching a concert and the song played is the Main Theme from all six Star Wars episodes. Homer also makes a reference to John Williams (composer of the music in Star Wars), saying that he's dead, which is not true.
Burns, Baby Burns - Darth Vader mask.png 8 157 "Burns, Baby Burns" A Darth Vader-like mask is seen in the Springfield Costume Shop
Alfline up.png 163 "The Springfield Files" Chewbacca is one of the aliens in the police line-up. He is later seen singing "Good Morning Starshine" with the rest of Springfield.
Java hut.png 9 193 "The Last Temptation of Krust" Java the Hut is a reference to Jabba the Hutt.
This Little Wiggy Star Wars text.png 196 "This Little Wiggy" The logo on the "Mars" part of the Knowledgeum uses the same font as in the Star Wars logo.
X-Wing Toy.png 10 206 "Bart the Mother" One of the prizes available to be won in the arcade is an X-Wing toy.
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212 "Mayored to the Mob" There are multiple references to Star Wars in the episode:

Mark Hamill (who plays Luke Skywalker in the film series) guest-stars as himself. He speaks at the Bi-Mon-Sci-Fi-Con and later stars as Nathan Detroit in a local production of the musical Guys and Dolls. To his dismay, Hamill is forced to play the part as Luke Skywalker and sing a song called "Luke, Be a Jedi", a parody of "Luck be a Lady Tonight".

In an advertisement for the Bi-Mon-Sci-Fi-Con, C-3PO and R2-D2 are described as "the gay robots from Star Wars" and shown in a tag-team wrestling match with two Cylons from Battlestar Galactica.

One of the attendees at the 'Con is costumed as a Rebel soldier (from The Empire Strikes Back) riding a Tauntaun.

When Homer fights Louie, Hamill advises him to "Use the forks!", a pun on the tagline "Use the Force" from the Star Wars films.
Other Car is a Millenium Falcon.png 213 "Viva Ned Flanders" Comic Book Guy has a bumper sticker which says "My other car is the Millenium Falcon", given to him by a Harrison Ford look-alike.
Star Wars poster.png 11 229 "Guess Who's Coming to Criticize Dinner?" The famous Hildebrandt Brothers Star Wars poster of Princess Leia, Luke and his outstretched lightsaber is seen at Planet Springfield.
Darth Maul Lightsaber.png 230 "Treehouse of Horror X" The Collector asks Lucy Lawless to call him Obi-Wan. He then battles her using Darth Maul's lightsaber after taking it out of its box.
My Dinner With Jar Jar.png 231 "E-I-E-I-(Annoyed Grunt)" Among the other films playing at the Springfield Googolplex Theatres is My Dinner with Jar Jar, a reference to Jar Jar Binks.
247 "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Marge" Patty says to Lisa, "the bitterness is strong in this one", a reference to the line "the Force is strong in this one".
Star Wars objects Worst Episode Ever.png 12 259 "Worst Episode Ever" Martha Prince shows Comic Book Guy a box containing Star Wars memorabilia, including a handwritten script for Star Wars by George Lucas, Princess Leia's anti-jiggle breast tape, and a film reel labeled "Alternate ending: Luke's Father is Chewbacca". Comic Book Guy, exploiting the fact that Martha is ignorant of the items' worth, offers five dollars, but Bart and Milhouse warn her that he's ripping her off.
Yoda.png 13 270 "Treehouse of Horror XII" Yoda performs the wedding ceremony when the Leprechaun and the Gypsy get married.
Star Wars Monopoly.png 276 "Brawl in the Family" When the family are forced to stay indoors because of acid rain, they play Monopoly, and one of the versions of the game they own is Star Wars Monopoly.
Comic Book Guy bedroom.png 279 "Half-Decent Proposal" Comic Book Guy's bedroom is bristling with Star Wars items, including a picture of Yoda, signed portraits of Mark Hamill in both Star Wars: A New Hope and Return of the Jedi outfits, Star Wars bedding, Chewbacca pajamas, and a Jar-Jar Binks doll which he clutches in bed and tells "Oh Jar Jar, everyone hates you but me."
Hibbert Darth Vader.png 286 "Gump Roast" Julius Hibbert is arrested for wearing a Darth Vader costume, thus violating a local ordinance against impersonating movie characters. Also, the Imperial March plays when Mr. Burns is introduced on stage during the roast of Homer Simpson.
291 "Poppa's Got a Brand New Badge" Homer says: "I've trick or treated at many of your homes. Last year I was Jar Jar Binks."
C.E.D'oh Star Wars.png 14 306 "C.E. D'oh" While Homer tries to figure out how to take over the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant, he starts marking down all the hazards as Lenny and Carl begin fighting with radioactive Plutonium rods, using them like lightsabers (complete with sound effects). Lenny proclaims, "The Phantom Menace sucked more!" While Carl argues, "Attack of the Clones sucked more!"
15 314 "Treehouse of Horror XIV" In the "Frinkenstein" segment, Comic Book Guy tells Jonathan Frink, Sr. that he can keep his butt, but he wants him to return his Jabba the Butt tattoo.
THOHXIV CBG Lightsaber.png In the "Stop the World, I Want to Goof Off" segment, Comic Book Guy chases after Bart and Milhouse, and later Martin, with a lightsaber.
R2-D2.png 317 "The Regina Monologues" In Bart's fantasy, he fantasizes about R2-D2 playing the bass.
Cosmic Wars.pngJim Jam.png 328 "Co-Dependent's Day"
MBFGW Chewbacca.pngMBFGW C3PO and Boba Fett.png 330 "My Big Fat Geek Wedding" The Simpsons family tries to stop Comic Book Guy's Klingon wedding (in this case a Star Trek reference) with Edna Krabappel at a Sci-Fi convention, where we can see three fans wearing Star Wars costumes: Chewbacca, C-3PO and Darth Vader. Also, R2-D2 and C-3PO figures are seen. People wearing Boba Fett and Gamorrean costumes are also seen.
331 "Catch 'Em If You Can" At Lackluster Video, Homer asked the Squeaky-voiced teen to look up the movie Chocolate Star Wars, which Homer was then told didn't exist.
Apu R2D2.png 17 360 "Treehouse of Horror XVI" Apu is dressed as R2-D2.
THOH XVI Darth Pain.png Don Payne is credited as "Darth Pain".
Homer's Paternity Coot C3-D2.png 366 "Homer's Paternity Coot" Ralph says that he is C3-D2, referencing both C-3PO and R2-D2.
Marge Vader Mask.png 370 "Bart Has Two Mommies" Marge makes a Darth Vader mask and claims to be "Star Wars".
Peanut Shrimp.png 18 381 "Please Homer, Don't Hammer 'Em" Bart and Principal Skinner have a fight, parodying the lighsaber duels in Star Wars. Bart's weapon is a peanut on a stick and Skinner's is a shrimp on a stick (taking advantage of each other's allergies). As they duel, the music playing is "Duel of the Fates", a recurring song used in the Star Wars prequel trilogy.
RIADBSTT - Star Wars.png 389 "Revenge Is a Dish Best Served Three Times" The episode is dedicated to everyone who died in the Star Wars films.
  • Darth Vader
  • Darth Maul
  • Greedo
  • Uncle Owen
  • Storm Trooper Number 5
  • Jango Fett
  • General Grievous (DROID)
  • Storm Trooper Number 22
  • Dak
  • Obi Wan (Ben) Kenobi
  • Whoever Jimmy Smits Played
  • Hutt, Jabba the
  • Sy Snoodles
  • Unfortunately, Not Jar-Jar Binks
  • Everyone On Both Death Stars When They Blew up
Springfield Multicultural Center.png 390 "Little Big Girl" The Springfield Multicultural Center has a picture of Darth Vader's helmet on the wall.
Scent of a Wookie.png 491 "Homerazzi" Homer has a cologne bottle called Scent of a Wookiee. Additionally, it says it is from the Star Wars collection. The bottle features Chewbacca on it.
Boba Fett.png 20 421 "Sex, Pies and Idiot Scrapes" In the couch gag, the Simpsons get frozen into Carbonite, and Boba Fett carries them away.
426 "Homer and Lisa Exchange Cross Words" One clue in a crossword that Lisa did was "Obi-Wan Kenobi, for one".
Lisa the Drama Queen Star Wars.png 429 "Lisa the Drama Queen" When Nelson sees Lisa playing with Juliet Hobbes, he says that girls are so lame and starts to play with his headless Darth Vader, who misses his girlfriend, armless Malibu Stacy wrapped in hockey tape. After that he makes the two of them kiss.
Take My Life, Please Star Wars.png 430 "Take My Life, Please When Homer ran for school president in high school, he made a poster saying that he had support from Jaws and Star Wars.
Star Wars Episode VII The Apology.png 21 441 "Homer the Whopper" A film poster is seen for Star Wars Episode VII: The Apology. In real life, there is an Episode VII, but is called The Force Awakens.
448 "Rednecks and Broomsticks" A hillbilly says to Moe that he suppose he thinks all space is Star Wars.
Ralph Wiggum Princess Leia.png 451 "Once Upon a Time in Springfield" Ralph Wiggum, dressed as Princess Leia for "Inspirational Woman Day" states "I'm a Star Wars".
22 477 "The Blue and the Gray" Homer tells Marge that he is a wingman, just like Wedge Antilles in Star Wars.
Angry Dad The Movie Lightsabers.png 478 "Angry Dad: The Movie" Ben Stiller, dressed as Iron Man, and Jack Black, dressed as The Hulk, were having a fight with lightsabers as part an act.
The Adventures of Parody Man.png The character in The Adventures of Parody Man has a Darth Vader helmet on.
Santa's Little Helper with Darth Vader mask.png 23 490 "Replaceable You" Santa's Little Helper wears a Darth Vader mask and Homer refers to him as "Lord Vader".
Blocko Cosmic Wars.png 491 "The Food Wife" At E4, Blocko Cosmic Wars appears, with Blocko versions of Darth Maul and Yoda.
Android's Luncheon.png On The Android's Luncheon's main page features several references, including:
Empress Zimzam.png 495 "Holidays of Future Passed" In her room on the Ultranet, Zia Simpson has a poster of Empress Zimzam, who bears a strong resemblance to Padmé Amidala in The Phantom Menace.
Chubba the Shedd's Dust Palace.png 497 "The D'oh-cial Network" Blocko Cosmic Wars appears again. The set Chubba the Shedd's Dust Palace is a parody of Jabba the Hutt's Sand Palace.
Chief Wiggum on the news.png 501 "Exit Through the Kwik-E-Mart" On the news, Chief Wiggum says that whoever vandalised Springfield has made themself into a combination of Robin Hood, Luke Skywalker and every rapper ever.
503 "Them, Robot" Mr. Burns says "you are so not the heartless automatons I was looking for", a reference to Obi-Wan Kenobi's line "These aren't the droids you're looking for" from the Star Wars movie Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.
Fun Schedule.png 505 "A Totally Fun Thing That Bart Will Never Do Again" "Sith training with certified Sith Lord" is seen on the Fun Schedule.
507 "Ned 'N' Edna's Blend" Marge asks why Homer would believe some random person on the internet, and he says "because his avatar is Darth Maul, the second coolest Darth".
Lady Gaga Jawa.png 508 "Lisa Goes Gaga" During the song "Monster" that Lady Gaga sings, she looks in a mirror and looks like a Jawa from Star Wars. The word "Jawa" was said at the same time in the song.
24 511 "Adventures in Baby-Getting" Comic Book Guy mentions that the sinkhole is larger than the Sarlacc Pit which swallowed Boba Fett but is smaller than the Geonosis Battle Arena where Jango Fett was beheaded by Mace Windu, all references to Star Wars.
515 "The Day the Earth Stood Cool" Terrence says that his pet armadillo is Mexican Chuey, not Star Wars Chewie. Homer then says that Star Wars Chewie is a man in a suit so he is not scary.
Bart Simpson Yoda.png 520 "Love Is a Many-Splintered Thing" A caricature of Bart as Yoda is seen with the caption "Leave Me Why Did She?"
Darth Vader Gorgeous Grampa.png 522 "Gorgeous Grampa" During the song "High to Be Loathed", Mr. Burns mentions Darth Vader, and makes his shadow, among lots of other villains.
Cosmic Wars Episode VII A New Take.png 25 539 "Steal This Episode" The text in Cosmic Wars Episode VII: A New Take says that due to a rift in the space-time continuum, episodes I, II and III never happened. This is a reference to many fans of Star Wars disliking the prequel trilogy. The film is also a reference to the unreleased seventh Star Wars film.
Cosmic Wars The Crucifixion of Jim Jam Bonks.png 540 "Married to the Blob" Cosmic Wars: The Crucifixion of Jim Jam Bonks is an audio book and a reference to how many fans hated Jar-Jar Binks, featuring the character Jim-Jam Bonks.
Jimbo Mini Lightsaber.png 548 "Days of Future Future" When the bullies are attempting to mug Lisa and Milhouse, Jimbo pulls out a miniature red lightsaber.
Little Black eBook.png Empress Zimzam is seen on Bart's Little Black eBook.
Jim Jam Cereal DOFF.png Jim Jam Cereal, featuring Jar Jar Binks parody Jim-Jam Bonks is seen.
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549 "What to Expect When Bart's Expecting" An unnamed man is seen dressed up as a Sith and Gil is dressed as Lando Calrissian.
Lightsaber barf.png 550 "Brick Like Me" Bart's giant LEGO robot uses "lightsaber barf", complete with lightsaber sound effects.
Cosmic Wars Holiday Special 1.pngCosmic Wars Holiday Special 2.png 26 561 "I Won't Be Home For Christmas" Comic Book Guy and Kumiko watch Cosmic Wars: Holiday Special. In it are parodies of C-3PO and R2-D2 (C-3PO parody unnamed and R3), who work in a soup kitchen. A parody of Darth Vader thencuts a turkey (with a lightsaber) for his family.
Country Storm Trooper Jamboree.png 562 "The Man Who Came To Be Dinner" Cosmic Wars was mentioned to have been bought out by Dizz-Nee, a reference to Star Wars being bought out by Disney. Several attractions were at Dizz-Nee Land, including Jim-Jam Bonk's Wild Ride and Jabba the Tiki Hut. Yoda also made an appearance.
TMWCTBD lightsaber.png Homer uses a device similar to a lightsaber to chop off his hand and uses another setting to restore his hand. He then uses this device on Marge's hair and gives her a hand in her hair instead.
TMWFTE Lightsaber.png 564 "The Musk Who Fell to Earth" Elon Musk gives Bart a fully functioning lishtsaber, which he uses to destroy a tree.
565 "Walking Big & Tall" In the list of names Homer tells his friends they can't call him is Opies Want Canoli, referring to Obi-Wan Kenobi.
27 579 "Treehouse of Horror XXVI" At the premiere of 'Zilla, Comic Book Guy says he didn't buy the ticket to see the film, he wanted to save a seat for the next Star Wars film.
TGPPT - Smithers Luke Skywalker.png 28 609 "The Great Phatsby: Part Two" Smithers comes out of a horse's corpse ala Luke Skywalker and continues forth trying to bring home some ice for Burns.
Krusty carbonite.png 29 620 "Springfield Splendor" There is a statue of Krusty in carbonite in The Android's Dungeon & Baseball Card Shop.
Cosmic Wars and Klingon.png At Bi-Mon-Sci-Fi-Con, there is an advert for a Cosmic Wars panel at 2PM in Hall J.
Chewbacco.png 623 "Grampy Can Ya Hear Me" After Bart and Lisa break into the school, Bart steals a package of Chewbacco nicotine gum from Miss Hoover's desk. In addition to being a portmanteau of "chew" and tobacco", the gum's name could be construed as a pun on Chewbacca.

Comics[edit]

Picture Comic issue Story name Reference
Storm Trooper guards.png Simpsons Comics #4 It's in the Cards Mr. Burns employs Stormtrooper guards.
Storm Trooper Desert.png Simpsons Comics #12 Survival of the Fattest! A Stormtrooper is seen in the desert.
Snowtrooper Sled race.png Simpsons Comics #34 Burnsie on Board During the "C. Montgomery Burns International Games," a Hoth Cold Assault Stormtrooper (Snowtrooper) can be seen participating in a sled-dog race.
Simpsons Comics 36 Star Wars.png Simpsons Comics #36 The Geek Shall Inherit the Earth Doug makes a space adventure movie with Troy McClure. He tells McClure that he wants to make The Empire Strikes Back look like Return of the Jedi.
Simpsons Comics 39 CBG's opening statement 2.png Simpsons Comics #39 Sense and Censorability When Comic Book Guy gives his opening statement, he mentions bacta tanks and rancors.
The Prime of Miss Lisa Simpson Star Wars.png Simpsons Comics #44 The Prime of Miss Lisa Simpson Ralph tells Lisa that she is like Yoda, only prettier.
X Wing Helmet.png Simpsons Comics #45 Hamburger's Little Helper While flying a jet plane and saving Kent Brockman and Arnie Pie, Santa's Little Helper wears Luke's X-Wing Fighter helmet.
Willie Yoda reference.png Simpsons Comics #75 ...The Permanent Record Room! Willie says "As wee Yoda would say, 'Empty or full. There is no almost," when Milhouse complains of his lungs being almost full of chalk dust.
Jimbo Luke Skywalker reference.png And the Beatings Go On! A nerd asks Jimbo "Who was the Captain of the U.S.S. Enterprise?" Jimbo answers "I don't know. Luke Skywalker?"
Lisa Simpson's Book Club Star Wars reference.png Simpsons Comics #81 Lisa Simpson's Book Club Homer's tale The Little Engine that Couldn't Care Less begins with "Once upon a time in a train yard in a Galaxy far, far away ... ," echoing the famous opening crawl from the Star Wars films.
3000's Company Star Wars.png Simpsons Comics #91 3000's Company A Star Wars poster hangs among others in the sanctuary Comic Book Guy creates underneath Mr. Burns' mansion.
Comic Book Guy The X Men padawan.png Simpsons Comics #118 The "X" Men When Skinner says he is embarrassed to be at the recently heartbroken support group, Comic Book Guy says "Do no worry yourself, young padawan" a reference to the name used for young Jedi in Star Wars.
Comic Book Guy The X Men Jabba the Hutt.png Comic Book Guy asks his dates about Star Trek, The Flash and Jabba the Hutt.
Comic Book Guy Skinner Star Wars Noooo.png When Skinner points out Agnes is his mother Comic Book Guy says "One day, I will say these Words! I Am Your Father!" in which Skinner replies "Nooooo!", a reference to the scene in The Empire Strikes Back.
The Last Fat Man.png Simpsons Comics #137 The Last Fat Man When Homer was on a diet because he was too overweight, he imagined Chewbacca shouting at him, along with other people.
Simpsons Comics #188 Lisa Simpson's Toot Suite Comic Book Guy came into King Toot's, and after discovering they did not have a Vulcan lute, he asked if they had a Chidinkalu horn from the film Return of the Jedi. Lisa told him they didn't have one.
Greedo.png Simpsons Comics #199 The Bids Are All Right Comic Book Guy offers Homer a photo of Greedo with an autographed by Brent Spiner for his watch he found from the World War II. Homer declined the offer.
Simpsons Comics 214.jpg Simpsons Comics #214 N/A
(Front cover)
Comic Book Guy dresses up as the Death Star on the cover.
Tonton in Paris Comic.png Worst Con Ever! Comic Book Guy has a Tonton in Paris comic for sale in his booth at the Bi-Mon-Sci-Fi-Con. The issue he's selling has a Tauntaun on the cover.
Spaced Out Star Wars.png Simpsons Comics #218 Spaced Out! Yoda asks Lisa if she tried using the Force when she didn't understand the control panel.
Bad on the Outside.png Simpsons Comics #228 Bad on the Outside The story is a parody on Star Wars.
Grrrl-Whirl Star Wars.png Bart Simpson #1 Grrrl-Whirl Comic Book Guy tells Bart that it is a comic book store, not the Mos Eisley Cantina.
Willie and the Weasels Star Wars.png Bart Simpson #34 Willie and the Weasels Willie revealed his biggest disappointment was when the version of Star Wars with him as Chewbacca was cut.
Springfield Babies Star Wars.png Bart Simpson #82 Springfield Babies A photographer that took a picture of Comic Book Guy was he was a baby he saw at he will have many unused toys still in their original packaging, also many arguments about someone namned "Greedo" and whether or not he shot first.
Ring Around the Simpsons Yoda reference.png Bart Simpson's Treehouse of Horror #9 Ring Around the Simpsons Bart calls Gandalf the Grey Yoda.
Ring Around the Simpsons lightsaber reference.png Bart asks Gandalf the Grey if a lightsaber can destroy the ring.
Gnaws-Frink-Saber.jpg Bart Simpson's Treehouse of Horror #13 Gnaws Professor Frink uses a lightsaber to cut open a "suspect" shark, similar to Han Solo's cutting open a Tauntaun in The Empire Strikes Back. Just before Frink makes the cut, he says, "I guess we're about to find out if they smell worse on the inside", referencing Han's line, "And I thought they smelled bad on the outside!", spoken after he cut the Tauntaun open.
Prop, Prop, Whiz, Whiz! Star Wars 1.png Prop, Prop, Whiz, Whiz! When Homer touched Comic Book Guy's laser sword he ended up in a Star Wars movie, where he fought Obi-Wan Kenobi before burning and becoming Darth Vader. When Homer came back to Springfield he told Bart that he is his father.
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Marge of the Dead Star Wars Avatar.png The Simpsons' Treehouse of Horror #17 Marge of the Dead Bart is dressed as Darth Sidious, Lisa as Princess Leia, Homer as Jabba the Hutt, Marge as an Aayla Secura/Ahsoka Tano combination (Aayla's appearance and Ahsoka's clothing) and Maggie as Yoda
Darth Maul Comic Book Guy.png The Simpsons Treehouse of Horror Hoodoo Voodoo Brouhaha Comic Book Guy's Best Costumes Ever - Part 1 Comic Book Guy dresses up as Darth Maul at Battlestar Galacticon 2002.
Jabba the Hut CBG.png Comic Book Guy's Best Costumes Ever - Part 4 Comic Book Guy dresses up as Jabba the Hutt at Lucas-Con 1994.
Grampa Adventure-Good Blaster.png Grampa Simpson's Adventure 1 Grampa Simpson's Great Sandwich Caper! In Grampa's story, he finds a locked treasure chest but has no lock picking tools, so he shoots the lock with a raygun, saying, "Lock picks and tools are no match for a good blaster at your side!" This echoes Han Solo's derisive line about the Force and lightsabers in Star Wars: A New Hope, "Hokey religions and ancient weapons are no match for a good blaster at your side."

Books[edit]

Picture Book Reference
Comic Book Guy's Book of Pop Culture Star Wars reference.png Comic Book Guy's Book of Pop Culture Two of the quotes on Comic Book Guy's list of greatest quotes of all time are "The Force is strong in this one" by Darth Vader and "I've got a bad feeling about this" by Han Solo.
Christmas in the Stars.png Christmas in the Stars, a Star Wars themed Christmas album, was in CBG's Best Ever Favorite Albums. R2-D2 and C-3PO appear on the cover, along with Jon Bon Jovi who sings on it.
Never Seen Star Wars.jpg Grampa Simpson's Guide to Aging One of the items seen in Grampa's brain was pride of never having seen Star Wars.
Table of Geeky Delights.jpg Lisa Simpson's Guide to Geek Chic Star Wars (Sw), Princess Leia (Pl) and the Millenium Falcon (Mf) are elements on Lisa's Table of Geeky Delights. The Millenium Falcon and the Death Star also appear in the background of the page.

Games[edit]

Picture Game Reference
Tapped Out Star Wars reference.png The Simpsons: Tapped Out Comic Book Guy says "If great taste had a Galactic Senate, surely its Sith Overlord would be named Senator FlavorMax".
Lisa says to Comic Book Guy "I keep telling you, I don't know any restaurant that serves baby back tauntaun."
Tapped Out Magneto and Palpatine reference.png Milhouse says "The kind of hate only found in Magnetos, Emperors Palpatine and little girls!"
Tapped Out Boba-Fat.png Patty calls Homer "Boba-Fat", a reference to Boba Fett.
Tapped Out Yoda reference.png Homer says to Akira "What are you trying to say, Yoda?"
Tapped Out Boba Fett Silver Surfer Dr. Who.png In the Superheroes update, Comic Book Guy, dressed as The Collector, mentions his Boba Fett belt buckle.
God Your Personal Yoda.png In the Winter 2016 update, one of the 80s hits The Parson sang was "God: Your Personal Yoda".

Common cast and crew[edit]

Cast[edit]

Picture Name Role in Star Wars Role on The Simpsons
Gregg Berger.jpg Gregg Berger Voiced a citizen, a rebel, and a Kalani in two episodes of Clone Wars Credited as guest starring in "How Munched Is That Birdie in the Window?" and was thanked in the credits of The Simpsons Movie.
Susan Blu.jpg Susan Blu Casting for The Clone Wars episode "Blue Shadow Virus" Voiced Yellow Weasel in "Bart the General" and Howard in "Moaning Lisa"
Jim Cummings.jpg Jim Cummings Voiced Hondo Ohnaka and others in The Clone Wars Voiced Duncan in "Saddlesore Galactica"
Chris Edgerly.jpg Chris Edgerly Voiced Eeth Koth in "Grievous Intrigue" and a Felucian farmer in "Kinect Star Wars" Various roles since 2010
Mark Hamill.jpg Mark Hamill Starred as Luke Skywalker Voiced Mark Hamill and Leavelle in "Mayored to the Mob"
Jamie Hyneman.jpg Jamie Hyneman Special effects technician on Episodes I and II Voiced himself in "The Daughter Also Rises"
James Earl Jones.jpg James Earl Jones Voice of Darth Vader Voice of removalist, The Raven Narrator, Serak the Preparer in Treehouse of Horror, Maggie in Treehouse of Horror V and narrator of Das Bus.
Liam Neeson.jpg Liam Neeson Portrayed Qui-Gon Jinn Voiced Father Sean in "The Father, the Son and the Holy Guest Star"
Natalie Portman.jpg Natalie Portman Played Padmé Amidala Voiced Darcy in "Little Big Girl" and "Moonshine River"
John Ratzenberger.jpg John Ratzenberger Portrayed Major Drelin Voiced Cliff Clavin, his character from Cheers, in "Fear of Flying".
Kevin Michael Richardson.jpg Kevin Michael Richardson Voiced Jabba the Hutt and others on The Clone Wars Voiced various characters
Adam Savage.jpg Adam Savage Model maker for Episodes I and II Voiced himself in "The Daughter Also Rises"
Harry Shearer.jpg Harry Shearer Dubbed lines for an Imperial Trooper (ADR loop group) Main cast member, voicing characters including Mr. Burns, Ned Flanders and Principal Skinner.
George Takei.jpg George Takei Voiced Lok Durd in the "Defenders of Peace" episode of the Clone Wars Voiced Akira in "One Fish, Two Fish, Blowfish, Blue Fish", Wink in "Thirty Minutes Over Tokyo" and Waiter in "A Hunka Hunka Burns in Love"
Treat Williams.jpg Treat Williams Portrayed a rebel trooper Voiced himself in "A Totally Fun Thing That Bart Will Never Do Again".
Michael York.jpg Michael York Voiced Dr. Nuvo Vindi in two Clone Wars episodes Voiced Mason Fairbanks in "Homer's Paternity Coot"

Crew[edit]

Picture Name Role in Star Wars Role on The Simpsons
Charles Alleneck Animator on Episode II and III Character layout artist on the "Grift of the Magi"
Bill Canterbury Wrote "Defenders of Peace" Wrote "Marge On The Lam", "Treehouse of Horror IV" and was a staff writer for the 1F production season
Sean Curran.jpg Sean Curran Animator for episode II and III Animator on the Homer³ section of "Treehouse of Horror VI"
Steve Finnigan.jpg Steve Finnigan ADR recordist on Episode II and III Dialogue recordist for "Treehouse of Horror X"
James Keefer Animation supervisor for ILM (Episode VI) Animation camera operator until season 4
Andrew Kreisberg.jpg Andrew Kreisberg Wrote "Brain Invaders" Wrote "Barting Over" and the D'Oh, Brother Where Art Thou section of "Tales From the Public Domain"
Jeff Johnson CG animator on Episode II Character layout artist
Jim Passon Color timer for the prequels and the special edition of Episode IV. Lab color timer for The Simpsons Movie
Margot Pipkin.jpg Margot Pipkin Animator on Episode VI Animation supervisor for Season 1
Ron Roumas Sound re-recorder for the 1997 special editions of Episodes IV and V and for the prequels. Sound recordist for The Simpsons Movie
Nelson Shin.jpg Nelson Shin Lightsaber animator for Episode VI Overseas animation director for Akom Production Company

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