Ladies and gentlemen of the jury. I have one final thing I want you to consider... This is Chewbacca. He is a Wookiee from the planet Kashyyyk. But Chewbacca lives on the planet Endor. Now think about it: That does not make sense! Why would an 8ft tall Wookiee want to live on Endor with a bunch of 2ft tall Ewoks? That does not make sense! More importantly, ask yourself: what does this have to do with this case? ABSOLUTELY NOTHING. It does not make sense. Look at me, I'm a lawyer talking about Chewbacca and Endor while defending my client's innocence and I'm not making any sense! Remember that when you make your decision, that none of this makes sense and therefore there is reasonable doubt in your minds. If Chewbacca lives on Endor, you must aquit! The defense rests.
@Dr Sam Beckett, I would like your contact information in case I ever get into trouble with the law
@Dr Sam Beckett, oh sh!t he's using the Chewbacca defense.
@Dr Sam Beckett, Of course it doesn't make sense:
1) Ewoks live on the forest moon of Endor, not Endor itself.
2) Chewbacca doesn't live there.
@Nellybert , Lol I know, it's an old South Park reference making fun of Johnny Cochrane and OJ Simpson
@Dr Sam Beckett, I know, it's just always bugged me.
@Nellybert , woah woah woah... I thought the 'of' was to be interpreted that it was a forest moon 'of the name' or 'by the name of' Endor. You mean to tell me that this whole time... THIS WHOLE TIME!?!?
@Canis Arktos, Ya know, you could be right - I never thought about it that way.
Ok, I Googled it. We're both right and wrong, depending where you look. Endor seems to be the planet, the moon and the whole goddam star system!
@Nellybert , Star Wars names are always stupid
@Nellybert , given the devotion of the fans I'm pretty disappointed there isn't a more satisfactory answer on this. Thanks for doing the research
Better call Larry
Sounds like something that has been said in an Ace Attorney game.
This looks like one of the satire billboards you'd see in GTA
OJ Simpson approves
Is case is going to be an inane plea.
*lawyer points to head*