Star Wars Episode 6: Return of the Jedi Easter Egg - Ewok's Praise

In the scene where the band of rebels are captured by the ewok trap and they fall to the ground, C-3PO rises and the Ewoks start to pray to him. If you listen carefully, two Ewoks will turn to each other and the dialogue sounds like:

Ewok 1: That guys wise.

Ewok 2: Mama! Me shorts!

I played this over and over again because it was so funny.

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Contributed By: Lord Gman on 03-21-2005
Reviewed By: Gamer Sly-Ratchet, Loginer
Special Requirements: Return of the Jedi movie
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Joetheeskimo writes:
It has been proven that this is not a real easter egg. Someone asked at the official StarWars.com Q&A. Q: Just after the Ewoks begin to bow to C-3PO in Return of the Jedi, he translates something that he believes means "hello." In the next shot it shows two Ewoks. Are my ears deceived, or does the Ewok on the left say, "That guy's wise"? A: Those are your ears playing tricks on you. While some Ewokese words find their origins in terrestrial tongues, you're more likely to run across an out-of-context Tibetan word or two than an English proclamation regarding Threepio's wisdom. Other fans swear they hear the next Ewok say "more than I am short," but again, it's just from picking up unintended patterns.
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cebulifer writes:
When C3PO rises up from the bushes, the light gray ewok tapped another at his back he said, "Ngayon, puno daw ito." Which is Filipino. Means, "Now, this is a tree." 1:07:45
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All I can hear is two Ewoks talking in their language nothing else.
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Chase Windu writes:
I've heard this countless times but I've always heard the second Ewok saying 'More than I am short.' I don't know if it's an intentional thing that they put in the film or not. I personally think that it's just something they're saying in the Ewok language that just sounds similar to something said in English. Or it could be one of those things where you hear what you want to hear but when you look back you were completely wrong as to what was actually said.
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Pie is good writes:
I wish people would stop saying this. They are just speaking there language. The ewoks don't speak english so this wasn't part of the movie and the creators got the language by recording a woman from an African country so it's not an egg. Please stop saying this.
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