Watch Black Thought Break Down Entire 'Jurassic Park' Series in Rhyme

Ahmir "Questlove" Thompson, Tariq "Blackthought" Trotter performs "Tarik's Raptor Rap-Up"
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Ahmir "Questlove" Thompson, Tariq "Blackthought" Trotter performs "Tarik's Raptor Rap-Up" on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on June 11, 2018.

If you can't wait another week to dive into Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, The Roots' Black Thought has your back. The rapper provided a quick and dirty run-down of the entire dino movie series in less than 90 seconds on Monday night's (June 11) Tonight Show, breaking down the major plot lines of the 1993 original, then dipping through 1997's The Lost World: Jurassic Park, 2001's Jurassic Park III and 2015's reboot, Jurassic World.

"Let's start with the first film, I'll tell you what I know/ Hammond is the man demanding bringin' back dinos/ He opens up a park, there ain't nobody to veto/ The plan to resurrect them with the blood of mosquitos," he rapped as stills from the films scrolled behind him. "There's raptors in the kitchen, but I don't wanna spoil it/ Just know the lawyer gets eaten on the toilet."

The next verse took T. Rex to San Diego, where Jeff Goldblum is their only hope and by III, well, "Third time's a charm, so get ready for chase scenes/ Doctor Grant is back to help William H. Macy." By the time we got to the 2015 reboot, there was the hybrid Indominus Rex to deal with, flying Pterosaurs swooping down on Clair and Owen Grady and, don't forget, a cameo from Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon. 

"What have we learned? Well, the kingdom has fallen/ And... maybe hold it in if nature is callin'," Black Thought concludes to set up the latest Chris Pratt reboot.     

Check out the full rhyme below.