Mick Jagger's son on knighthood:
"Well, he goes to the castle to see the king and gets to be a knight, and, from then on, gets to wear armor all the time."
Yes, the Arse of the World in armor. Ooh. Quite appetizing. And he's getting dubbed as Sir Mick Jagger comes in the same year as the knighthood of Harold Pinter (who wrote "Betrayal" -- a play that goes backwards, sort of like "Memento.") and Peter Blake, who is most famous for doing the cover of the Beatles' Sgt. Pepper album. Yep, those British royals sure have a funny sense of humor.