The Champion of Meereen emerges and begins shouting insults at our heroes before publicly relieving himself like a common Harry Potter character. What exactly did he say? According to Game Of Thrones' in-house linguist, it was "a Low Valyrian translation of the French guy's insults in Monty Python And The Holy Grail," including lines such as "Your mother is a hamster" and "Go and boil your bottoms, sons of a silly person." Meaning there's still hope that the much-anticipated final season will pit the Stark children against a bloodthirsty rabbit.
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The Star Wars Sequel Trilogy Is Filled With Beastie Boys References
While George Lucas named many of his alien creatures after incomprehensible gibberish his kids randomly blurted out, after the franchise was wrestled out of his hands, J.J. Abrams came up with a new source of inspiration: the Beastie Boys. It's no secret that Abrams is a fan of the hip-hop group. His Star Trek reboot featured a pint-sized Kirk blasting "Sabotage" in a stolen car, which is weird because A) that would essentially be classical music in the 23rd century, and B) how do the Beastie Boys exist in the Star Trek universe when many of their songs include references to Star Trek?
In any case, Abrams is a big fan. If you don't believe us, meet Resistance pilot Ello Asty -- just an H and an N away from the Beastie Boys album Hello Nasty. It's not only this dude. All members of the Abednedo species are named after Beastie Boys. There's Brasmon Kee ("Brass Monkey"), Slowen Lo ("Slow And Low") and Ilco Munica (Ill Communication).
Walt Disney Studios"The First Order threatens us all! We must fight for Ta Ritapar'tee!"
Some have even suspected that adorable droid BB-8 was named in honor of Abrams' favorite group, with BB standing for "Beastie Boys" and "8" alluding to their total number of studio albums.
And it wasn't just J.J. Abrams who got to cram a Star Wars movie full of his own personal obsessions. The Last Jedi features a shout-out to '80s British sitcom The Young Ones, which flew over most people's heads like a TIE fighter of obscurity. Not only does one of the show's stars, Adrian Edmondson, show up as a First Order officer, but when Finn and Rose are riding their giant rabbit-donkeys through Casino Town, she shouts "CLIFF!" Exactly like the titular punks do in the series' final episode.
Walt Disney StudiosThough we guess Johnson didn't have the guts to kill the entire cast in a random 30-second shot. (Oh right, spoilers for a 35-year-old show you've never heard of.)