"I am not now, nor have I ever been a Las Vegas showgirl. I am a headliner."
Wupi Goldboga was found abandoned on the door step of Mos Iceland's Container Store near the beginning of Episode 3: The New Home. The Container Store's owner, Attagirl Abner, brought the Sisteracttwonian youngling inside but refused to remove her from the plastic tub she came in for several days, fearful this was a prank of some sort. This happens to be about the length of the film, and Wupi is only seen a few times playing in her newspaper-lined tub in the background of the store when Han Sorbo and his Woodie pal Mo Rocca hide there from the Tuckskin Rikers.
A breakout fan favorite, Wupi's role was expanded in Episode III: The Emperor Stacks Up, where she learns that her newly discovered sensitivity to the Force gives her the power to influence gender. In her first mission as a Jedi, she faced an Awkwardlips scum who was heckling the Container Store's ska band and consequently helped a very pregnant Patman deliver twins while escaping the planet.
Fearful that the Emperor would come looking for his great-godchildren, Patman separated the twins and jettisoned them into deep space. In Episode Three: Remember Seth?, the now adult Wupi finds herself the foster mother of young baby Lurk Skywalter, on the run from the Emperor and in search of new clothes. With her only ally her duplicitous love interest Capuchin Hacker Fucker and 57 minutes to go in the film, I have a bad feeling about this!
Has anyone checked the trailer for upcoming Episode IIV: The Handsome Devil to see if she's in it?
Friends and Foes
"It's a trick!"
Much to the fans' chagrin, Han was frequently blocking camera shots of Wupi in the Mos Iceland Container Store. He was later digitally removed from those scenes.
Maurice Alberto "Mo" Rocca (January 28, 1969) is an American humorist, journalist and actor. He is a correspondent for CBS Sunday Morning, the host and creator of My Grandmother's Ravioli on the Cooking Channel, and also the host of The Henry Ford's Innovation Nation on CBS.
|The Tuckskin Rikers|
Though many assume these gun mummies must be hideous beneath their shrouds, the faint scent of lilac and vanilla that always surrounds them suggests they are merely refugees from a spa.
Yeah . . .
After abandoning her newborns, Patman realized she had lost her living will and has booked an appointment with famous Turducken attorney Water to be sure her orphans are provided for in later episodes.
This defenseless newborn has only Wupi to protect him.
|Capuchin Hacker Fucker|
Many Star Worms fans are already criticizing this actor's dead eyed performance, but others suggest that the director's overuse of green screen has stifled any talent he may have.