The internet needs very little prompting to create hashtags that combine beloved hip-hop musical Hamilton with other cherished properties. That’s how the hashtags #ParksAndHam (featuring Parks And Recreation) and #30Ham (featuring 30 Rock) got started. So when J.J. Abrams broke the news that Hamilton composer Lin-Manuel Miranda helped him write a new cantina song for Star Wars: The Force Awakens, the internet knew exactly what to do.

The hashtag #Force4Ham has brought to light just how many crossover sci-fi/musical theater fans exist on Twitter as users combine images from Star Wars with lyrics from Miranda’s Broadway show. Naturally, it helps that Star Wars is the Hamilton of sci-fi while Hamilton is the Star Wars of musical theater (that is, they’re both properties that appeal to mass audiences well beyond their genre’s usual purview).

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Miranda himself has officially sanctioned the hashtag, explaining that Hamilton director Tommy Kail filled him in on the popularity of #Force4Ham even though Kail doesn’t even have a Twitter account.

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Some of our favorites are below, but as Manuel’s tweet emphasizes, the hashtag is crammed full of good stuff. Most of them require a passing knowledge of Star Wars (which people have amassed over the past 38 years) and an intimate familiarity with Hamilton (which people have amassed over the past three months).

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Naturally, some of the tweets cast a little shade on the less-than beloved elements of the prequels.

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Others, meanwhile, are already looking forward to the new trilogy.

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And still others are strangely poignant.

While we’re not 100 percent sure former A.V. Club contributor Ryan McGee started the hashtag, we’re going to at least give him partial credit.

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