The Weekly ForceCast

Date recorded

November 15, 2006

Date released

November 17, 2006




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  • Jason and Pete begin by discussing the Star Wars in HD "experience" including the lack of HD and the Skype chat incident.
  • The Pennsylvania Star Wars Collector's Club will hold its annual charity event to benefit the Carida Garrison of the 501st.
  • Best wishes go to Stephen Hayford while he is recovering from his recent heart surgery.
  • Star Wars Panama's web page is nominated for the Golden App Award.
  • A Fanboys trailer appears at
  • George Lucas is asked about the possibility of having the Star Wars films be available on iTunes.
  • Michael Morison of Entertainment Weekly watches Star Wars for the first time and he says that it was very compelling and still holds up today.

Star Wars Celebration Survival GuideEdit

  • Always keep a water bottle in your bag to quench your thirst throughout the day.

The CantinaEdit

  • Drew Karpyshyn steps into the Cantina again for part two of his interview.


  • Dan Curto comes on to talk about the end of the Fan's Choice Poll.
  • Jason and Pete then discuss some of the new products from Hasbro, Sideshow, Lego, Master Replicas, Gentle Giant, and Mimoco.


  • Star Wars Galaxies: The Complete Online Adventures Compilation hits stores this week.
  • A press release is sent out regarding the Star Wars Miniatures: Starship Battles.

Jay Shepard's Intro to the EUEdit

  • This week Jovial Jay explains how Lucasfilm keeps track of all of the levels of canon in the current Expanded Universe.
  • He then begins summarizing each of the Expanded Universe eras with the Old Republic Era.

Expanded Universe Character of the WeekEdit

  • Darth Bane

Listener Feedback SegmentEdit

  • Louis and Mark send in some Star Wars tales.
  • Kevin from Wisconsin and Jill Wagner write short reviews for the Legacy Comic series.
  • Carmello and Steve Nixon send in some ForceCast feedback.