Ron Howard narrates Star Wars: A New Hope in signature Arrested Development style

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      Consider this your reminder to dust off that old Star Wars T-shirt and wear it tomorrow. Because it's May 4. As in "May the Fourth be with you."

      If you're a fan of the seemingly never-ending space opera, or Arrested Development, or both, you'll know that the main (and possibly only) thing tying the two together is the presence of Ron Howard. Howard directed the upcoming standalone feature Solo: A Star Wars Story, and he was also the narrator of A.D. (in addition to appearing as himself in several episodes). The folks at The Star Wars Show saw the crossover potential there, so now this is a thing:

      For the benefit of those who don't get the reference:

      And, hey, while I'm at it, here's the trailer (well, one of them, anyway) for Solo. Starring Alden Ehrenreich, Emilia Clarke, Donald Glover, Woody Harrelson, Joonas Suotamo, and Thandie Newton, the movie opens May 25.

      Now, in the immortal words of Lucille Bluth, go see a Star War.