Wazzup? I’d like to thank everyone on my blog, especially Anakin, because he writes a LOT of posts for me. Also, Xarl, I’ll re-send a staff member invitation to you as long as you apologize for saying that you thought Tayler was the hacker. I just need you to stop thinking Tayler is the hacker, and I’m not even sure if you still do, so I’m not mad at you or anything.

Anyway, a lot of you might’ve heard the Star Wars-related phrase “Han shot first”, and even if you haven’t heard it before this, I’m gonna assume you read the title of this post. OK, so it all started in 1977 in that scene when Han Solo is talking to Greedo in the Mos Eisley Cantina. Originally, Han was the first- and only- person to shoot, so Greedo died without firing a shot. But then in 1997 when they re-released it in theaters, Greedo shot first, missed, and Han shot Greedo in retaliation.

In other words, since the version where Han shoots first is the original, that’s the one accepted as Star Wars canon. So if you hear someone claim that Greedo shot first, just kindly correct them. Also, in the 1997 version, why did Greedo miss? He was only about 1 or 2 feet away, and with him missing such an easy shot, that’s another reason to accept the original version.

So… yeah! Peace out!


About Gravity Falls Fan Max

I'm a Ravenclaw, a Whovian (a fan of Doctor Who), a Graviteer (a fan of Gravity Falls), a Star Wars fan, a LEGO fan, a Minecrafter, a nerd, a Futurama fan, and a fan of The Simpsons.

2 responses »

  1. Darth Vader says:

    Greedo missed, because Han dodged to the side a little bit, so It just barely missed him.

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