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It's not that funny, but the production value is pretty good for a "Saturday Night Live" sketch.

Turns out, Charles Barkley also tackled "Star Wars" on this weekend's "Saturday Night Live," but the sketch was cut for time.

And maybe for lack of humor, too.

While the production value was actually very impressive -- full of lasers, detailed costumes, Stormtroopers, Kenan Thompson as Jaba the Hut-like villain Goba and a wookie -- none of the jokes really landed in "The Mos Eisley Five," which even had an introduction from "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" director J.J. Abrams.

The premise is simple: A gang of rebels venture into Goba's lair to rescue a pilot, but poor Barkley can't understand all of their alien lingo or robot beeps -- a common ability amongst characters in the "Star Wars" universe.

"How y'all speak so many languages. I only speak human," Barkley tells his crew, featuring Mikey Day and Kate McKinnon. "These aliens are talking to you in their language, you answers them back in our language, everybody understands each other. Makes it me feel stupid."

Unfortunately the whole sketch is kinda stupid, but worth a look for "Star Wars" fans.

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