Stephen Colbert's Ridiculous Plan To Save Everyone From Star Wars Spoilers

Stephen Colbert's Ridiculous Plan To Save Everyone From Star Wars Spoilers

Everyone will be able to see Star Wars: The Force Awakens soon. You know what that means, right? SPOILERS WILL BE EVERYWHERE.

Hell, those of us who are unlucky enough may already be spoiled, thanks to jerks on the internet spreading all sorts of info about The Force Awakens. Stephen Colbert knows how horrible that is, so he's come up with a plan: flood the internet with fake spoilers, so that nobody knows what's real and what's not. He's already thrown his hat into the ring, as evidenced by his Twitter:

Heh. Realistically speaking, though, if you want to avoid spoilers for Star Wars, you either have to see the newest movie ASAP, or you have to unplug from humanity until you can do so. It sucks, I know.


    I do this for every big movie or video game.........not to spoil spoilers...........i just like to have people think ive spoiled the movie and then when they see the movie realize im full of shit........why yes, I am a complicated man to love.........

    Last edited 18/12/15 12:27 pm

    I went to the midnight premier, so I'm safe but all over Facebook probably the biggest spoiler of the whole movie is plastered everywhere.

      hmmmm, I know.
      the chewbacca/han solo love child??
      I know its lonely in space but who knew Chewbacca was a chick all along??

      I've had a filter (using FBPurity) set to remove any posts containing "Star Wars" from my feed set up for the last few months. Even though I went to a midnight screening I'm still leaving it on. Seems easier.


    Last edited 22/12/15 8:53 am

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