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Did Family Guy get permission for Star Wars?

Asked by Odin Church

Rani Gautam

Rani Gautam
BA, Contributor

Family Guy completed their Star Wars trilogy with "It's a Trap!," a comic version of Return of the Jedi. ... According to CBS News, MacFarlane said "There are limitations, it's still the Star Wars franchise so Lucasfilm, you know, they don't allow everything but, they allow a lot. They allow Family Guy to be Family Guy."

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