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*[[How big is it?|How big is]] the ion cannon?
*[[How big is it?|How big is]] the ion cannon?
**Not that huge? Gigantic? The size of [[#Epcot|EPCOT Center?]]
**Not that huge? Gigantic? The size of [[#Epcot|EPCOT Center?]]
*Rebel Transport ship is discussed.
===Meta Minute===
===Meta Minute===
*20:28 podcast episode length.
*20:28 podcast episode length.
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*EPCOT Center is now known simply as [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Epcot "Epcot"], and it refers to the entire park. The giant geodesic dome (which actually does resemble the ion cannon quite a bit) is called [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spaceship_Earth_(Epcot) Spaceship Earth], and it is 180 ft (54 m) tall.</div>
*EPCOT Center is now known simply as [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Epcot "Epcot"], and it refers to the entire park. The giant geodesic dome (which actually does resemble the ion cannon quite a bit) is called [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spaceship_Earth_(Epcot) Spaceship Earth], and it is 180 ft (54 m) tall.</div>
*We learned that they use the metric system in Star Wars in [[Star Wars 99|minute 99]].
*The Star Destroyer is called the Tyrant (see [[The Empire Strikes Back 25|previos episode]])
*[http://starwars.wikia.com/wiki/Devastator The Devastator] was actually the Star Destroyer that attacked the Tantive IV in the opening scene of ''Star Wars''.
==Quotes==
==Quotes==
 
*'''Alex:''' I think "Epcots" are the standard unit of measure for ion cannons.
*'''Pete:''' (to the tune of "Send in the Clowns) 🎵Send in the droids...🎵
==Link==
==Link==
http://www.starwarsminute.com/2014/02/17/empire-minute-26-the-remnant/
http://www.starwarsminute.com/2014/02/17/empire-minute-26-the-remnant/
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Date

February 17th, 2014

Summary

The Rebel transport and its escort race away from the white planet, closely followed by the two red energy beams.

Guests

Adam Santiago

Notes

Film

  • Ion cannon fires.
  • Imperial Walkers are sighted on the north ridge.

Podcast

Meta Minute

  • 20:28 podcast episode length.
  • This is Adam's second appearance on the podcast.
  • EPCOT Center is now known simply as "Epcot", and it refers to the entire park. The giant geodesic dome (which actually does resemble the ion cannon quite a bit) is called Spaceship Earth, and it is 180 ft (54 m) tall.
  • We learned that they use the metric system in Star Wars in minute 99.
  • The Star Destroyer is called the Tyrant (see previos episode)
  • The Devastator was actually the Star Destroyer that attacked the Tantive IV in the opening scene of Star Wars.

Quotes

  • Alex: I think "Epcots" are the standard unit of measure for ion cannons.
  • Pete: (to the tune of "Send in the Clowns) 🎵Send in the droids...🎵

Link

http://www.starwarsminute.com/2014/02/17/empire-minute-26-the-remnant/


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