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Family Guy Blu-ray Collector’s Edition Best Buy Exclusive: Something, Something, Something, Dark Side

Twentieth Century Fox has announced they will be releasing a limited edition version of the Star Wars-inspired Family Guy holiday special, Something, Something, Something, Dark Side.

The exclusive collection includes a newly created lunchbox approved by Lucasfilm based on the original 1980’s The Empire Strikes Back box and features the Griffins with Peter as Han Solo, Lois as Princess Leia, Chris as Luke Skywalker and Brian as Chewbacca. The collection will also include a t-shirt imprinted with Family Guy’s character Ernie the Giant Chicken as Boba Fett and a Blu-ray Disc of the new feature.

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The Family Guy: Something, Something, Something, Dark Side Limited Edition Blu-ray Disc Collector's Set will Retail Exclusively at Best Buy

“Family Guy and Star Wars are two franchises that continue to have fans with shared enthusiasm that is unrivaled.  We wanted to create something special for them in honor of Family Guy: Something, Something, Something Dark Side, said Mary Daily, Executive Vice President, Marketing, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment.

Family Guy: Something, Something, Something, Dark Side Blu-ray Disc Collector’s Edition will be available on December 22 exclusively at Best Buy.

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