May the 4th may be just another day to you (unless it's your birthday, in which case, happy birthday!), but it's also the unofficial holiday for "Star Wars" fans around the world. With that in mind, we've spent the week covering more "Star Wars" stuff than you can shake a gaffi stick at. Here are some of the highlights.
If you're not all tuckered out after all those, you can try a "Star Wars"-themed workout similar to those offered at a Dallas fitness center to celebrate May the 4th. Crave's Amanda Kooser (think Lightsaber Leaps and Kessel Run Sprints) in case you weren't in Dallas Saturday and/or don't own a time machine.
At my house, we're not doing anything official for the holiday (just wait till Crave writer and Jedi Master of "Star Wars" crafting Bonnie Burton has come up with.), but I am seriously tempted to try at least one of the original crafts projects that
I mean, come on -- how freaking adorable is that Chewbacca tablet cozy? Or the lightsaber pillows? Or the Princess Leia headband? Or -- OK, I guess I'll be hitting my local craft store and stocking up. Thanks, Bonnie.
While the glue sets or after the crafting is done, why not relax with a movie or six?
CNET's Donald Bell has a video detailing the Top 5 ways to watch the "Star Wars" movies. I wouldn't want to influence (Machete order) how you decide to watch the movies (Machete order), so I'll just be impartial and say that Donald has five different approaches you can take (Machete order).
Before you start up the film festival, consider tossing together some theme-appropriate snacks. Bonnie has afor your Star Wars Day celebration. And we're not talking about a plain old glass of blue milk, either.
Then get into bed, turn off the lights, and stare into the evil eyes of your new.
And if that's not enough "Star Wars" for you, we've got plenty more for you in our handy link sidebar.
See? Got through a whole article about "Star Wars" without making too many puns.
Those always seem so Forced.