Life is hard when you're Darth Vader's less-talented, less-charismatic younger brother and you manage a grocery store. In this episode Chad has to use all his powers to find a replacement cashier for the Saturday shift, in order to make the store "fully operational".
Aaron Yonda and Matt Sloan write, produce, direct, edit, and act, primarily for comedic short film and television. Their short films have won awards such as "Funniest of the Fest" (Down Home Cookin', at the Hi Mom! Film Fest in Carrboro, North Carolina, 2005), and an honorable mention and Kodak Opportunity Award film stock grant ("Death," with Matt Sloan, from the 2004 Wisconsin Film Festival).
Sloan and Yonda's TV Pilot "TV Snack Pouch" will screen at the New York Television Festival this year. Ten of Yonda and Sloan's shorts have been screened by Los Angeles-based Channel 101.com and five by Channel102.net, their New York counterpart. In Fall 2005, Yonda and Sloan screened the Splu Urtaf Show at the New York Television Festival.
Screening / Award history:
Chad Vader screened at Channel101.com in Los Angeles, California, USA on June 25th, 2006. It was voted into first place out of 10 entries.