Andi Gutierrez Learns That “White Gay” Is A Problem

Next up in our continuing series on the hatred that Lucasfilm has for white males, Andi Gutierrez, the hostess of That Star Wars Show.


Readers may know Andi from her stupid Fanboy Tears mug, and the times that she was caught lying about it.  Certainly the white knights who defended her lies do.


Andi may not be as prolific as her SJW peers, but the requisite problem with white males is present nonetheless.  She’s even got a smidgeon of anti-Christian bigotry as well.  So let’s cue the music and take a look.







SJW Discovers History


Morons refuse to learn from history.

SJWs like to let the past die, because they can then delude themselves into thinking that everything they do is some new brave and bold civil rights stride.

Very early on in this blog I asked the question, “Where have SJWs been for the last 40 years?”  I had to ask that question because SJWs insist on prattling on about the first female this and the first female that in the year 2019, 4o years after most of those strides have already been made.  I even went so far as to demonstrate this fact by composing a long list of strong female lead characters from the last half-century of genre film and television.

So when one of these SJWs discovers that history began long before they were born, it’s always amusing.

In a recent article from The Mary Sue, Princess Weekes writes:

I Finally Watched Alien and It Blew Me Away—Also, Everyone Should Have Just Listened to Ripley

Huh.  It’s almost as though we’ve been repeatedly pointing to Ellen Ripley as a well-written strong female lead character from 40 years ago, over these last several years.  Maybe that’s because we have been.

After giving a brief synopsis of the movie, Princess finishes off with:

Alien and the character of Ellen Ripley helped change science fiction for the better, and I’m so glad that I finally get the hype. All the twists work out perfectly, and I can tell that watching it again, knowing all the secrets, will only make it more interesting.

Also, capitalism is bad.

Let’s hope that one day, this SJW will have a similar epiphany about capitalism.

Ya Boi Zack comments:

January LaVoy Wonders Where “White Affinity” Begins And “White Supremacy” Ends

Our continuing series on Lucasfilm representatives who have a beef with white males continues with January LaVoy.


January can’t wait to get away from this white male.

January is the gal who thinks you’re racist if you say you’re not racist.  Voiceover Actress January Lavoy has some impressive credentials:

Coming later this month in US: unabridged audio editions of excellent #StarWars Adventures in Wild Space series by @cavanscott & @TomHuddleston_ read by @justjanuary from @BlackstoneAudio. (via

— Star Wars Books & Comics (@swbooks) June 12, 2018


Named Publishers Weekly’s “Audiobook Narrator of the Year” for 2013, January has an extensive body of work in both narration and commercial voiceover.  Her voice has been heard in national campaigns for products such as Revlon, Toll House, United Health Care, Dannon,, Home Depot, and Obama for America. She has won multiple Audie Awards, most recently in 2016 for her work on Libba Bray’s Lair of Dreams.

But the most important credential for Lucasfilm, is hating white men.  So let’s cue the music and take a look:









Great First Reactions To The Mandalorian Confirm It’s Crap

The first reactions from the professional critics gush over The Mandalorian as “amazing” and “incredible.”  Therefore we know for certain that the show will, in fact, be shallow propagandist trash.


I’m sure Ash is totally unbiased.


Back in May of 2018, I wrote a blog post that compared statements from reviews of The Last Jedi, with statements from reviews of Solo, from the same reviewers.  The takeaway from that was that Solo was likely going to be crap because the same reviewers gave both films glowing praise based on political propaganda rather than film craft.

We’ve seen critics do this fairly recently with both the Joker movie and Rian Johnson’s Knives Out.  And critics are undoubtedly salivating over the chance to pan Ghostbusters 3, because of the manner in which it ditched the crappy Ghostbusters 2016 from the canon.  Remember, today’s Hollywood is populated by political activists rather than genuine artists.

Others are also now getting wise to this peculiar phenomenon.


But let’s go ahead and go through the motions anyway, and compare The Mandalorian first reaction reviews, with The Last Jedi and Solo first reaction reviews, from the same reviewers.

Steven Weintraub on The Mandalorian:

Saw 27 minutes of @themandalorian. It’s as awesome as you want it to be. Can’t say anything specific but one scene answered a question that I don’t think has ever been explained/shown in any @starwars movie. Love that it opens up the Star Wars universe in a cool new way.

— Steven Weintraub (@colliderfrosty) October 19, 2019

Steven Weintraub on Solo:

Steven Weintraub on The Last Jedi:


Mike Ryan on The Mandalorian:

Oh wow THE MANDALORIAN footage looks incredible. We saw IG-88 attacking, we saw Salacious Crumb being barbecued for a meal. And Werner Herzog as some sort of galactic gangster who has his own team Stormtroopers

— Mike Ryan (@mikeryan) April 14, 2019

Mike Ryan on Solo:

Uproxx senior entertainment writer Mike Ryan says the first act of the latest Star Wars standalone “can be hit and miss clunky,” but a “legit fantastic” Donald Glover as a younger Lando Calrissian and the Kessel Run heist plot makes Solo “a whole lot of fun.” “It does take a bit to get used to Alden as Han,” Ryan adds, “but after 30 minutes or so your brain adjusts.”

Mike Ryan on The Last Jedi:

I am not someone who cries during new Star Wars movies because a character I like shows up, or whatever, but I sure did during this one. And for the first time since this all happened, that cry felt good.


Chris Taylor on The Mandalorian:

In short, everything you might have wanted to see on screen in a Boba Fett movie, or any other Star Wars content about the scum-of-hive-and-villainy side of the galaxy, is here. And it has swagger.

Chris Taylor on Solo:

“It’s good,” says Mashable’s Chris Taylor. “It’s sooo good.” He explains: “This is the grungiest, most grunt-level blue collar Star Wars ever and I am here for it.” Taylor says the movie will “surprise and delight you out of your seat.”

Chris Taylor on The Last Jedi:

‘The Last Jedi’ movie review: Star Wars filmmaking hits full throttle


Peter Sciretta on The Mandalorian:

Just saw almost 30 minutes of #TheMandalorian’s pilot episode. It feels like a thrilling return to the original trilogy era of Star Wars. It feels like a big scale movie, not a tv series. They are still keeping a lot of mystery with deliberate cuts in the footage.

— Peter Sciretta (@slashfilm) October 19, 2019

Peter Sciretta on Solo:

The movie “feels surprisingly unlike any Star Wars movie before,” writes Peter Sciretta of Slash Film, “yet perfectly captures the tone, adventure, characters and humor of the Star Wars franchise.”

Peter Sciretta on The Last Jedi:

Star Wars: The Last Jedi left me speechless and shaken. I was not prepared for the “holy shit” shocking turn of events, the underlying emotion, the laugh-out-loud humor, the occasional ballsiness, and the bonkers weirdness. With Rian Johnson at the helm, I knew it was in good hands, but I was surprised to find it might be one of the best looking Star Wars films to date. It’s bold, it’s weird, it’s excellent.


Lindsey Bahr on The Mandalorian:

Saw ~27 minutes of #TheMandalorian footage this morning. Always difficult to make sense of a bunch of disconnected scenes but it looks intense, surprisingly dark and very expensive.

— Lindsey Bahr (@ldbahr) October 19, 2019

Lindsey Bahr on Solo:

“Solo” is a straightforward piece of pulpy entertainment with some very agreeable performances from Ehrenreich and Glover, who seems to be having the most fun of all the actors in playing up Lando’s suave demeanor, and fun classic Western flourishes, despite the excessively big action sequences.

The best moments in “Solo” are the simpler ones: The romance, the friendships, the clashing egos. Perhaps a lesson for the inevitable sequel.

Lindsey Bahr on The Last Jedi:


You get the picture.  Won’t it be fun to play this game again in December with The Rise Of Skywalker?

Grey DeLisle Griffin Wants To See Elderly White Women Beg For Mammograms

How delightfully feminist of Grey.  This might give the reader a good reason as to why you never want petty pieces of garbage like this to be in charge of your health care.  Never allow them to have power over it.

Next up in our continuing series of Lucasfilm representatives who hate white males, Grey Delisle-Griffin.


The white witch.

I’ve briefly touched base on this topic before with Grey DeLisle-Griffin, who is a voice actress with a long history at Lucasfilm, stretching back to 1999.


Her IMDB credits are quite extensive:

‏Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace (Video Game)

Star Wars: Force Commander (Video Game)

Star Wars: Episode I – Jedi Power Battles (Video Game)

Star Wars: Early Learning Activity Center (Video Game)

Star Wars: Demolition (Video Game)

Star Wars: Starfighter (Video Game)

Star Wars: Super Bombad Racing (Video Game)

Star Wars: Galactic Battlegrounds (Video Game)

Star Wars: Rogue Squadron II – Rogue Leader

Star Wars: Obi-Wan (Video Game)

Star Wars: Jedi Starfighter (Video Game)

Star Wars: Galactic Battlegrounds – Clone Campaigns (Video Game)

Star Wars: The Clone Wars (Video Game)

Star Wars: Bounty Hunter (Video Game)

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic (Video Game)

Star Wars: Jedi Knight – Jedi Academy (Video Game)

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II – The Sith Lords (Video Game)

Star Wars: Clone Wars (Tartakovsky TV Series)

Star Wars: The Force Unleashed (Video Game)

Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Lightsaber Duels (Video Game)

Star Wars: The Old Republic (Video Game)

Kinect Star Wars (Video Game)

Star Wars: The Old Republic – Rise of the Hutt Cartel (Video Game)

Star Wars: The Old Republic – Shadow of Revan (Video Game)

Star Wars: The Old Republic – Knights of the Fallen Empire (Video Game)

Star Wars Rebels (TV Series)

Star Wars: The Old Republic – Knights of the Eternal Throne (Video Game)

Lego Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures (TV Series)

Star Wars: Battlefront II (Video Game)

Lego Star Wars: All-Stars (TV Series)

Star Wars: Detours (TV Series) (post-production)

She also has credits from many other franchises under her belt, including Scooby Doo, Marvel and DC animated material, Thundercats, Indiana Jones, That 70s Show, Star Trek, Dungeons and Dragons, Flintstones, Rugrats, World of Warcraft, Tomb Raider, G.I. Joe, Voltron, Mortal Kombat, the list goes on and on.

And as with most Lucasfilm representatives, she’s got deep, deep issues with white males.  Let’s cue the music, and take a look.