The Simpsons gets a lot of credit for accidentally predicting events to come. But Parks and Recreation has dropped a few notable prophecies, too. No, I’m not talking about the Chicago Cubs winning the world series after 108 years this time. I’m talking about The Book of Boba Fett.

The series starring the Mandalorian bounty hunter recently premiered on Disney+. However, Parks and Recreation pitched Boba Fett’s return seven years ago.

Back in 2013, Patton Oswalt guest starred in a season 5 episode of the sitcom, “Article Two.” The episode featured the gang’s attempts to remove some outdated laws in the town of Pawnee. During one scene, Oswalt’s character begins a passionate filibuster – his pitch for new Star Wars films.

What results is a nearly nine-minute speech. (At least in the extended cut of the scene provided by the Parks and Rec YouTube channel. Oswalt’s full filibuster was too lengthy to make it into the episode in its entirety.) The speech specifically includes the rise and return of one Boba Fett, who plunged into a Sarlacc pit in the original Star Wars trilogy and was presumed dead.

In the scene, Oswalt specifically says, “We pan down from the twin suns of Tatooine. We are now close on the mouth of the Sarlacc pit. After a beat, the gloved Mandalorian armor gauntlet of Boba Fett grabs on to the sand outside the Sarlacc pit, and the feared bounty hunter pulls himself from the maw of the sand beast!”

Which, if you watched the premiere of The Book of Boba Fett… that’s exactly what happened! You can even see a new cut of the scene in question below, which adds Oswalt’s Parks and Rec speech over the show’s visuals. Looks like someone at Lucasfilm loves Leslie Knope & crew as much as we do!

Now, will any more of the predictions from this incredible Star Wars filibuster come through? You’ll just have to tune in to The Book of Boba Fett every Wednesday on Disney+ to find out.

While you’re waiting for next Wednesday to roll around, I highly recommend checking out the full speech from the Parks and Rec episode.