A recently popular meme taken from an episode of the 90s sitcom, Seinfeld, reaches the Star Wars universe with an Attack of the Clones joke.
A recently popular meme taken from an episode of the successful sitcom from the 90s Seinfeld has recently gone in a new direction with one Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones joke. The original framework for the meme comes from Seinfeld‘s season 8 episode titled “The Chicken Roaster,” in which a Kenny Rogers’ Roasters establishes a store opposite Kramer’s apartment. The restaurant’s massive neon sign bathes Kramer’s apartment in dazzling red light, creating problems for everyone.
The meme itself is taken from Seinfeld scene where Jerry inquires into the red light in Kramer’s apartment and Kramer speaks “it’s the chicken roast sign.” Internet users have become quite creative with the scene, and have found various situations (often from famous movies) that can cause red light, and have gotten Kramer to deliver an appropriate punch-line. The meme has become incredibly popular. In fact, a quick Google search will reveal hundreds of different versions of meme, including examples from Twin Peaks, Dune, Lord of the Rings and even The Matrix (with meme color corrected to green instead of red).
Now it seems that the meme has finally reached Star wars universe. Star wars fan community, Star Wars Underworld, recently posted a new version of the meme on Twitter. The memo is shown in three panels, representing Jerry and Kramer on the planet Coruscant. The first panel shows Jerry looking confused and asking “Hugs, what’s going on out there?” The following panel depicts the famous scene from the end of The attack of the clones, where the clones appear preparing for battle galore. The memo ends with Kramer answering: “The Clone War has begun, Jerry.” This is, of course, a funny reference to Yoda’s last line in the film. Check out the meme below:
Memes from Star wars prequel trilogy are of course some of the most popular memes on the internet. In fact, there are several subreddits dedicated to their creation on Save your. These range from the popular r / PrequelMemes to r / raimiprequelmemes, where users mix scenes from Star wars prequels with scenes from Sam Raimi’s famous (and just as meme-worthy) Spider Man trilogy. It’s almost an access right for a rising meme to become part of the Prequel Meme Catalog, and it seems that this Seinfeld meme has been the recent success.
There has been something of an increase in Seinfeld memes on the internet recently. This is likely due to the fact that Netflix has recently started streaming all 180 episodes of the series. It’s very possible that it will not be the last time that fans will get to see Jerry, George, Elaine and Kramer explore the world of Star wars prequels. In fact, there’s probably a meme creator somewhere right now who is putting the finishing touches on a Seinfeld meme where Kramer opens the door and says in his best Obi-wan voice, “Hi there. “
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Source: Star Wars Underworld
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