Kids these days love subtle jokes about 30-year-old TV shows.
Given AD's habit of tying in the activities of real-world actors to the characters they play, will we see this again? Like during the upcoming season of the show will they explain that all of "Bob Loblaw's" recent erratic behavior has just been a side-effect of Teamocil or something?
An SNL Alumnus Shows Up In Ant-Man For A Very Good Reason
Marvel movies are just chockfull of in-jokes; from Captain America's shield being stashed away in Tony Stark's filthy basement, to every Avengers movie being a giant green middle-finger to Edward Norton. And the film about the tiniest superhero in the Marvel arsenal is no exception. You might recall a scene where Ant-Man falls onto the roof of a car, momentarily confusing the driver:
"That sounds like a tiny, tiny man landing on my car."
Other than the fact that it's nice to acknowledge some of the victims of all this wanton superhero destruction, why show us the driver? Some may notice that the driver is actually played by Garrett Morris, known for his role in Two Broke Girls, and also as one of the original Saturday Night Live cast members.