Once there is something new Star Wars A film or TV show has been released, fans are always on the lookout for waterfall eggs recounting something from a past movie or series.
These appear frequently and can be between the exile (remote Obi-Wan droid remote training aboard the Millennium Falcon The force is waking up) to the less flexible (Han Solo dice show up in The Last Jedi and Solo).
Dave Filoni, who may be outside of George Lucas at one of the biggest creative shows in the Star Wars universe, has toured the shows he is working on with Easter eggs. He even let a rather clever and famous reference into the show Star Wars: Rebels. But what was the Easter egg?
What is the Rebels exhibition about?
Set between end Revenge of the Peace and start New hope, Rebels following a small team of people with a focus on fighting the Galactic Empire as part of the Rebel Alliance.
according to StarWars.com, the series acts as a “story bridge” between the animated Clone Wars Star Wars series and movies.
The show begins with Darth Vader ordering the Empire to continue hunting the remaining Jedi. The show then follows the tricks of the Force-aware young man, Ezra Bridger and Jedi Kanan Jarrus. The show features many important characters seen in other films, including:
- As previously mentioned, Darth Vader
- The R2D2 and C3PO droids
- Baila Organa Grandfather from Alderaan
- Obi-Wan Kenobi
- Darth Maul
- Ahsoka Tano
- Princess Leia Organa
- Lando Calrissian
- Wedge Antilles
- Grand Moff Tarkin
The show is able to weave the stories of these characters together with the larger narrative of the show. While they will never be the main focus of the show, their presence helps to develop and present their stories in the films and TV shows. Several iconic duels are also on display, such as the fight between Ahsoka and Vader or between Obi-Wan and Maul.
The show has made another mention of famous characters from the previous films and shows.
Anakin Skywalker sand hatred
That brings us to one of the most “meme-able” phrases from the prequel trquogy. While serving as personal protector Padme Amidala enters Attack the Clones, Anakin Skywalker gets connected to her and in doing so, she reveals a lot of information about the past. He famously described his hatred of sand.
according to Tomatoes Rotten, this is exactly what he said to Padme:
“I don’t like sand. It’s rough and rugged and grumpy and he gets everywhere. Not like this. Here everything is soft and smooth. ”
The line-up has become a real staple for fans in recent years. It is an example of the wooden dialogue that the prequel trilogy can identify. So what exactly is this scene Rebels?
Fan Dave Filoni’s favorite prequel egg carving into ‘Rebels’
Stay with the eyes of an eagle on it Reddit I noticed a reference to Anakin’s sand hatred in Rebels and he made a meme out of it. The Sabine Wren character says, “Silly sand, gets everywhere. ”
Meme a picture of that above another picture in which Anakin’s face was photoshopped over several characters in the movie Wall Street wolf singing “One of us! Man of us! ”
Was the reference intentional? Almost certainly. Filoni is one of the most plugged-in people behind the scenes of the Star Wars universe. The line is fast and innocent enough you may not notice if you’re not a Star Wars superfan or don’t pay close attention.
But for diehard fans, it seems to deliver a heart attack. One of the coolest things about Star Wars is how the creators behind it keep finding ways to get back to what fans loved. Here is just another example of that.