"The force is strong in this one."
At long last, we have begun indoctrinating the boy in the ways of the Jedi. Thoughts and questions of Peter, age 4 1/2, upon his first viewing of "Star Wars" ("A New Hope," of course) on an extremely rainy, blustery winter Saturday afternoon:
"Why are they having a robot garage sale?"
"Do those aliens make music all the time? Do the aliens make music while they're sleeping?"
"Does Han Solo have any superpowers?"
"Who's that slug man? I hope he [Han Solo] doesn't get eaten because did you know, that slug guy likes eating LOTS of things."
"Is [the Death Star] made out of mud? It looks kind of like it's made out of mud."
"That robot looks like a tiny mouse and I can show you my mousey voice sqeeeek squeeek squeeek."
"R2D2 turned off the radio and turned it back on and then made it LOUDER!"
"R2D2 can turn into a fire extinguisher or a screwdriver. He's a changing robot."
"There's an ocean under that garbage floor!"
Final thoughts: "I like Star Wars because it had my toy robot in it!"
And then he was off to run around the house being a TIE fighter.