Star Wars, the episode that came to be known as "A New Hope" was by far the best of all the movies, maybe not for the special effects, which are just fine, but just for the story. I thought it was campy to turn Darth Vader into Luke's father, and unforgiveable to make Leia his sister. Not only that, Lucas made the birth of the Empire simultaneous with the destruction of the Jedi, which required him to put all the significant events within twenty to twenty-six years. Those of us who were fortunate enough to see Star Wars in theatres in 1977, can watch the movie and willingly suspend the knowledge of the fiasco that it had become. We can pop in the tape or DVD and sit back and know that: The Empire was old, and the Jedi coexisted with it for a generation or two before the Emporer had them exterminated. Darth is Vader's first name, not his title, and he was never known as Anakin. Darth Vader is a Jedi who killed Luke's father. The Clone Wars were fought long before Luke was born. The most intelligent life is human. Luke and Leia are not related. Han is an outlaw. Han shoots first. Jabba isn't some kind of slug. What's a Sith? And the list goes on. . . Which episode is your favorite, and what do you think was Lucas' biggest blunder?