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ARST ARSW is Star Wars categorized and alphabetized

YouTube user and criminally insane person suckerpinch has extracted all of the English dialog in A New Hope and manually categorized and alphabetized its 11,684 words. The result is ARST ARSW, a 43 minute cut of Star Wars that reveals, well, pretty much nothing. The only real gem to come out of the video is that the series’ most iconic prop, the lightsaber, is only mentioned by name once, so if nothing else, it could explain why there are still pockets of people referring to them as lazer swords (and oh, they’re pronouncing that Z). Watch the video embedded below, and chuckle when they get to the K’s, because if this clip proves anything, it’s that saying “Kid,” “Kessel,” and “Kenobi” a few times in a row is pretty amusing.


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