|One mostly exists in people's minds while covering a song from a bygone era.|
|To those people I say this: the Ewoks were cute and mildly entertaining. This was none of those things.|
|This is also a real thing, but that's something for another day.|
|Pet birds the world over cried out "JUSTICE" when this happened.|
|The Two Idiots is not nearly as funny as The Three Stooges.|
|Bite the pillow, Mace, because they're going in dry.|
After dogpiling the kid who desperately wants to be a Skywalker, they bring both kids back to the village. Cindel and Wicket seem to immediately become friends and they even bring Mace in to take a seat. He worries about his sister's well-being, as she keeps coughing, believing that she simply needs to eat. Then she faints, because apparently the plot disagrees with Mace's assessment. Deej's wife gives her some medicine and she wakes up asking for mommy. Mace says they'll find her later when she's well. Understandably though, the kid isn't so certain that their parents are still kicking, what with this being a place with giants wandering about. Cindel isn't getting better though and Mace wants more medicine for her, but the Deej family seems to be out. Deej takes Mace to go fetch some more. While this goes on, Mace decides to stick his hand in a tree in an attempt to catch a little furry thing.
|It turns out to be a bad idea. Who could've known?|
|Not to offend any of my furry fans. I know the struggle, as my body is covered in a fair bit of fur.|
|Something tells me Mace may not be able to handle this thing on his own.|
A group is formed, because that title exists for a reason, and they set off to rescue the parents. Along the way they meet some other heroic Ewok warriors who join their group (Izrina and Chukha-Trok). After a harrowing trek across the wilds of Endor (and doing battle with the fakest spider I have ever seen), they arrive at their destination and set about trying to rescue the parents. But it turns out that the Gorax notices this and expresses his issues with them by trying to kill them all. They fight off the creature, ultimately knocking it into a rather large hole, but Chukha-Trok dies in the battle. Not yet through trying to put down the pesky heroes, the Gorax tries desperately to climb out but Mace finally does something useful and takes up Chukha-Trok's axe and finishes off the threat. I guess the kid came through in the end, yes?
|He still looks a bit too much like a wannabe Luke Skywalker though.|
|Not that Star Wars is a stranger to "different" sorts of tales.|
|One of the main characters in that sequel may, in fact, want to talk to you about diabetes.|
|"Stupid Luke, getting all the glory..."|