Video: The second season of the Star Wars animated series Forces of Destiny is now online - and one of the eight episodes answers a seemingly unimportant, but nevertheless interesting, question from Return of the Jedi.
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Good news! Star Wars: The Last Jedi is getting a digital and Blu-ray release next month. Even better news: There are a ton of deleted scenes included, complete with commentary from director and resident explainer-in-chief, Rian Johnson.
Video: Before he got to know the little space-puffins of Ahch-To, Chewie was all in on his roasted Porg. Now that he's befriended them, and even seemingly turned a few into fellow co-pilots by the end of The Last Jedi, he'd probably be more inclined to snack on this giant, bento-box-friendly alternative.
Porgs may not taste like chicken - at least according to the people we talked to - but they sure do talk like them.
Ever since they were revealed, the porgs have taken over Star Wars discourse like a Hutt at an all-you-can eat buffet. But none have been more beloved (or meme-ified) that the the little blighter that comes aboard the Millennium Falcon in the recent trailer. It turns out, this porg in particular was designed to emulate his more famous friend.
Video: What's a porg, you ask? Well, it's not quite a pigeon, and it's not quite a hog, so to answer your question, I have no idea. What I do know is that before you become completely sick of the tiny creatures you need to watch them sing the Star Wars theme, courtesy of some clever sound effects sampling.