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May 4 is celebrated as the Star Wars Day and it's the perfect excuse for fans of the franchise to live their life the way Yoda and Luke Skywalker would appreciate. And to help you get into the spirit of the Star Wars Day, TBS is set to air all six Star Wars movies on May 4.

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The marathon is set to kick off at 6.40 am ET with Star Wars: Episode I — The Phantom Menace and the last film, Star Wars: Episode VI — Return of the Jedi, will begin at 8.15 pm.

According to Deadline, TBS plans to make its Star Wars Day marathon an annual television tradition just like the network's 24-hour A Christmas Story and Friends for Thanksgiving marathons.

Here is the full May 4 schedule:
6.40 am – Star Wars: The Phantom Menace
9.25 am – Star Wars: Attack of the Clones
12.20 pm – Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith
3.10 pm – Star Wars: A New Hope
5.40 pm – Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back
8.15 pm – Star Wars: Return of the Jedi


A quick search on the internet is enough to prove that Star Wars-themed food is all the rage on May 4. Here are a few items that will make the day a memorable one.

Blue Milk:
Blue milk, also known as Bantha milk, has been featured in a number of Star Wars movies, and it is one of the easiest to make. Here's a recipe for the drink. 

Star Wars burgers: If you are in Sydney, make sure to head over to Bar Luca for its Return of the Chedi burger. Speaking to Broadsheet, Bar Luca's owner Sarah Robbins said coming up with the concept was a lot of fun.

"Our amazing baker does them [the galaxy buns] at St Malo," Robbins said."He [dyes the dough] all the different colours, folds them together and then they get rolled out. "Some people complain 'there's not enough galaxy in my bun', but they are all different. A lot of them are just blue on outside, but open them up and the colours are whirled in.

"When we do rainbow or galaxy burgers, we get queues. We know it's going to blow up."