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The Weekly ForceCast

Date recorded

December 6, 2006

Date released

December 8, 2006




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Weekly ForceCast: December 1, 2006

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Weekly ForceCast: December 15, 2006


  • Chris Macht is looking for people to be in his new documentary, The Force Among Us.
  • Philip West has created two Star Wars origami figures.
  • The Art of Ralph McQuarrie book is announced to be released in time for Celebration IV.
  • Lucasfilm sends out its annual holiday card.

Star Wars Celebration Survival GuideEdit

  • In addition to bringing water or a sports drink with you, make sure you pack a few snacks to have throughout the day.

The CantinaEdit

  • Jason interviews the ForceCast's own Pete Nadel in this Cantina segment.


  • Dan Curto comes on to announce the winners of the 2006 Fan's Choice Poll.
  • Jason and Pete discuss a few of the new collectibles from Hasbro, Master Replicas, and Lego.


  • Both Star Wars: Empire at War and Lego Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy are nominated for Satelite Awards.
  • An Original Trilogy Star Wars Risk will be coming out this holiday season.

Books and ComicsEdit

  • Star Wars: Rebellion #5 will be released this week.

Jay Shepard's Intro to the EUEdit

  • This week, Jay describes the Rebellion era of the Expanded Universe.

Expanded Universe Character of the WeekEdit

  • Wedge Antilles

Listener Mail SegmentEdit

  • Jason and Pete read some some Star Wars tales from Tom from Tokyo, Dex 1138, and Clint.
  • Shaun, Kevin from Wisconsin, Mike, and Hank from Florida.
  • Jovial Jay responds to an email from John about one of his Intro to the EU segments.



Notes and TriviaEdit

  • This is the first ForceCast episode to break the two hour mark.

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