The order the droids and helmets are or belong to:
A Rebel Pilot
The first image is of perhaps the single most iconic character from the entire series, the Sith Lord Darth Vader. The pictures change though, to snapshots of various other characters. Next, are a number of major ...
There is - when Nicky Parsons hacks into the CIA's mainframe the is a list of 'Black Ops' which includes the 'Outcome' programme from The Bourne Legacy
Unfortunately, I cannot find a complete screenshot of this but here is one of the list, with 'OUTCOME' just out of the of the shot somewhere below 'SPEARFISH...
It's a reference to hall-of-fame baseball player George Brett.
It's basically a reference to defecating in one's pants.
As you mention the allusions between Tahei & Matashichi and R2-D2 & C-3PO seem to be the most obvious, but the way the film is cut/executed is also similar.
“The one thing I was really intrigued by was the fact that the story
was told from the two lowest characters. I decided that would be a
nice way to tell the Star Wars story…That was the ...
The short answer: No. There were no movie or TV scenes that resembled this type of activity at the time the show was written. Family Guy is known for left field imagery and scenes, like Peter's famous "Ssssssssssss!" sound when he bangs his knee on something, or the time he poked holes in the frog in a box "so it could breathe". It's just another strange ...
The book in the image in Sanpaco's answer looks like it's "Journal Littéraire" by Paul Léautaud.
You can see the end of the words in the title in the screenshot.
The author was a French writer and theater critic who kept a large diary of his eccentric musings (the journal in question) through much of his life.
The Nazis ...
There aren't any clear shots that allow you to tell which ones they are burning, which leads me to conclude that there wasn't a joke implied as to which books they were. The only joke being that they are having so much fun doing it.
There is only one shot where partial text can be made out, and the only letters shown are "NAL" and "MRE" which could be the ...
I want to know why he said that.
Michael was just commenting on the fact that he thought Hunter was young and attractive.
What is the reference behind this sentence?
It was a cultural reference to when James Van Der Beek played in Dawson's Creek during his youth years.