Every Star Wars Easter Egg & Reference In Episode 2 Is In The Book Of Boba Fett?

Boba Fett spends his time in The Book of Boba Fett digging deep-cut Star Wars Easter eggs when he isn’t teaching Tusken Raiders to drive or getting high.

In episode 2, The Book of Boba Fett, we discover some surprising Star Wars Easter eggs – here’s everything we discovered. Temuera Morrison appears as the titular (former) bounty hunter, now trying to succeed Jabba the Hutt as Tatooine’s criminal overlord in Disney+’s The Book of Boba Fett, which bridges the gap between The Mandalorian seasons 2 and 3. The first episode of The Book of Boba Fett chronicled events following Boba’s escape from the Sarlacc, as well as his efforts to control Tatooine’s underworld in the present reality.

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The Book of Boba Fett’s premiere was a slow-burning treat for Star Wars fans, but episode 2 ramps up the tension even further. After the ambush in the previous episode, Boba brings Ming-Na Wen’s Fennec Shand and their mute Gamorrean companions to see the mayor. Despite his unfriendliness, the mayor didn’t appear to be attempting to hit Boba Fett. Jabba’s cousins arrive to stake their claim as Hutts, and they aren’t going down without a fight (figuratively, at least). In flashbacks, an injured Fett continues to ingratiate himself with the Tusken Raiders who kidnapped him, becoming their resident driving instructor and imbibing spice.

Some of Disney+’s biggest Star Wars Easter eggs and references may be found in both timelines. Who is that black Wookiee with the amazing look? Are the twins from the bar brawl significant? And what is it about Boba Fett’s drug trip that brings back so many memories for him? These are the Easter eggs found in episode 2 of The Book of Boba Fett.

Krrsantan (Black Krrsantan)

Black Krrsantan, a prominent character in Marvel’s Doctor Aphra series and other comics, is the Wookiee bounty hunter of the Hutt brothers. During the Empire, he worked for both Jabba the Hutt and Darth Vader. He also faced Han Solo and Chewbacca during this period of his career. Whether in hand-to-hand battle or with his species’ characteristic weapon, the bowcaster, Black Krrsantan was a terrible fighter.

Syndicate Pyke

The Pyke Syndicate makes their live-action debut in Solo: A Star Wars Story, following multiple animated appearances in The Clone Wars. They are a huge gang that deals in spices, fuel, and people. The gang’s commander appears to be a new figure in this episode, but he wears a smaller version of their distinctive snake-inspired headgear.

The Night Wind’s Order

The assassins that targeted Boba and Fennec were members of the Order of the Night Wind, a new (or at least unnamed) organisation. They have a passing resemblance to the Kage Warriors, a group seen by Boba Fett in The Clone Wars (also in an episode involving a train), but there appears to be no relation.

Hutt Space, the Hutt Twins, and Nal Hutta

— The Hutt twins, who are supposed to be Jabba’s cousins, are new characters.

— They postponed their journey to Tatooine in order to enjoy the “debauchery” of Nal Hutta, the Hutt homeworld. This planet has appeared in a variety of tie-in media, including The Clone Wars, where the ruling body was revealed to be the “Grand Hutt Council.” The planet’s original concept, a marshy environment, was developed by George Lucas. The marshy state isn’t natural, according to The High Republic series, but rather the product of an invasion of sapient plant monsters known as Drengir.

— In Hutt Space, on the outskirts of the Republic, the Hutts have carved themselves their own empire. It has stayed autonomous under both Republics and Empires, despite internal and external takeover attempts.

— The assassin insults Boba Fett with the Huttese curse “E chu ta.” It was used in The Empire Strikes Back to emphasise the heroes’ precarious situation in Imperial-occupied Bespin, as C-3PO is surprised even a fellow protocol droid would say it to him.

Mayor Mok Shaiz, the Ithorian in control of Mos Espa, is voiced by showrunner and director Robert Rodriguez. The mayor must wear a translation device to speak Basic because Ithorians talk in a multi-layered language with one mouth on either side of their necks.

Tosche Station, Camie Marstrap, and Laze “Fixer” Loneozner

Tosche Station is where Boba rustles up some speeder bikes, and it’s one of the most renowned Star Wars places that never made it into the movies. In A New Hope, it is established as Luke Skywalker’s local hangout.

A sequence in which Luke would have been hanging out with his pals and watching the fight in which the Empire kidnapped Princess Leia was omitted from the film, but it can now be easily discovered online. Tosche Station was more of a mechanic and repair shop than a bar at the time of A New Hope. It was a tranquil hangout for rural teenagers. In the interim, it looks to have become considerably seedier, now operating as a tavern where alien Nikto miners bully the human regulars.

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Two of Luke Skywalker’s friends from the deleted scene, Laze “Fixer” Loneozner (Skyler Bible) and Camie Marstrap (Mandy Kowalski), are among the regulars. Both had a habit of lightly mocking Luke and his pal Biggs, referring to Luke as “Wormie.” Anthony Forrest and Koo Stark, respectively, played Laze and Camie in Star Wars: A New Hope.

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