Star Wars references in South Park

South Park: Bigger, Longer, & Uncut

One of Chef's soldiers asks him, "yousa people gonna die?" in Jar Jar's voice.

Weight Gain 4000

"It is…too late for me, young Wendy" was paraphrased from Darth Vader in Star Wars, Return of the Jedi, where Luke tries to bring his father back from the Dark Side.

Not Without My Anus

The following conversation takes place between Sadam and Scott:
Star Wars Episode IV
Saddam:I changed my mind, pray I don't change it again.Darth Vader:I made an alteration to the plan, pray I don't alter it again.
Scott:This deal's getting worse all the time.Lando, later:This deal's getting worse all the time.

Ike's Wee Wee

Doctor Schwartz's revelation about circumcisions to Kyle mirrors Luke's revelation to Leia about their relationship in Return Of The Jedi.

Chef's Salty Chocolate Balls

The incomplete sphere of Hollywood Planet (the new Death Star) signals the dream sequence, drawn from The Empire Strikes Back, with Mr. Hankey as Yoda and Kyle as Luke.

Chef Aid

Johnny Cochran uses the Chewbacca defense and mentions the wookiee, Kashyyyk, the Ewoks, and Endor. The Ewoks live on the forest moon of Endor, not on Endor itself. Chewbacca doesn't live on Endor or its forest moon.

Jakovasaurs

Let's see: the male is called Jakov. He calls the female Junjun, but everyone else calls her Hope. Junjun sounds very much like Gungan, the species of alien Jar Jar is one of. And Hope refers to Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope. The Jakovasaurs are just as klutzy as Jar Jar, and just as annoying, like Jerry Lewis, which explains why they ended up in France. They also have long arms, like Jar Jar, and their legs have designs on them similar to those on Jar Jar's arms. But they are one thing Jar Jar isn't: loud. Too loud. This whole thing is a plot against Jar Jar, isn't it? But Jar Jar at least got to be a general in the Gungan army.

Cat Orgy

You're my only hope! - from Star Wars Episode 4: A New Hope, where Princess Leia records a note to Ben Kenobi and sends it via Artoo Deetoo (R2D2).

Starvin' Marvin In Space

Sally Struthers is Jabba the Hutt, and Salacious Crumb makes an appearance.

The sequence right after the title is from any of the Star Wars films.

KORN's Groovy Pirate Ghost Mystery

Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back and Robocop are combined when during the closing credits, Kenny, dressed as an ED-209 unit, is taken down like an AT-AT by one Snowspeeder and destroyed by two others.

Mr. Hankey's Christmas Classics

The transitions between segments of this ep are exactly like those from The Star Wars Holiday Special Also,
"Fight the Frizzies" - The anchorman (Tom Vogt) was teasing a news story that would detail how to keep your hair from forming "split ends" during the winter months, or at least how to manage frizzy hair. In 1978, commercials for Agree shampoo popularized the practice of calling split ends "frizzies" (and Agree shampoo would help fight the "frizzies"). The anchorman ended up fighting a person with extremely frizzy hair.
It was part of The Star Wars Holiday Special, which aired only once, on November 17, 1978. The special covers Chewbacca's return home to his father Itchy, wife Mala, and son Lumpy. An 11-minute animated segment introduced Boba Fett before Episode V hit the theaters.
George Lucas regrets the day this special aired, and wishes that all copies of this special be destroyed.

4th Grade

The scene where Mr. Garrison confronts Ms. Choksondik and says she'll be afraid comes from this bit of Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back in which Yoda doubts Luke resolve and stamina:
YODA: He is too old. Yes, too old to begin the training.
LUKE: But I've learned so much.
YODA: (sighs) Will he finish what he begins?
LUKE: I won't fail you - I'm not afraid.
YODA: (turns slowly toward him) Oh, you will be. You will be.

Terrance and Phillip: Behind the Blow

The heads of the Earth Day Brainwashing organization waving their forearms in an arc are a reference to the Jedi masters in the Star Wars movies, who can override a person's intentions with a wave of the arm and a suggestion.

Osama Bin Laden Has Farty Pants

Star Wars reference: Jawas. But Jawas aren't sand people, as Cartman claims they are. Tusken raiders are the sand people Cartman had in mind.

Freak Strike

The boys give the Star Trek nerds an uncut copy of The Phantom Menace.

The New Terrance and Phillip Movie Trailer

The hype over the Asses of Fire II trailer spoofs the hype over the Star Wars Episode Two: Attack of the Clones trailer.

Fun With Veal

Stan channels Star Wars again when he calls Cartman their only hope.

Free Hat

George Lucas and the various changes he did to Star Wars, "It is... too late for me, boys." (Return of the Jedi.), the Star Wars items added to the fake commercials for South Park: Season 1.

Trey and Matt completely spoof a George Lucas interview that is in The Making of Star Wars Episode IV A New Hope: Special Edition; where he says that he always wanted more special effects that he couldn't afford or that simply didn't exist at the time.

The boys watch the "RE-RE-RE-RELEASE of Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back", although, at that time, there had only been the Special Edition (the DVD re-re-release had not yet come out) and thus, the first two "RE's" are unnecessary, although that was probably the joke. =)

Also, "'WOOKIE' has been changed to 'HAIR CHALLENGED ANIMAL' and the entire cast has been digitally replaced by Ewoks", although the correct spelling is "wookiee". Ewoks replaced characters in Raiders of the Lost Ark as well.

"Never underestimate the power of a free hat" - a spoof of Darth Vader's line in "A New Hope": Don't underestimate the power of the Force.

A Ladder to Heaven

The cloud city - in Star Wars V: The Empire Strikes Back, Cloud City is a floating city among the clouds of Bespin that prospered under Baron-Administrator Lando Calrissian.

The Return of the Fellowship of the Ring to the Two Towers

Kevin wears an Imperial storm trooper helmet, the kindergartner wears a Fett helmet.

Best Friends Forever

"No! There is another." - Yoda's line hinting that Luke Skywalker was not the only hope for the Jedi.

The small hooded figure with Satan is Chancellor/Emperor Palpatine.