A MODIFIED PROTOTYPE FIRESPRAY-31-CLASS PATROL AND ATTACK CRAFT

In the Expanded Universe, Boba Fett got married and had a child. In the Expanded Expanded Universe (which we just made up), Boba Fett got married, had a child, and settled into a nice 9-5 desk job. Probably something with insurance or advertising. On the weekends, he’d put on his favorite shirt and recall old times flying around in Slave 1 and shooting things. Then he’d go out and mow the lawn.

Pilot your own Slave 1 with this Star Wars Plush Slave Ship 1. It’s even got some valuable cargo in the hold. If you open up the bottom, out pops tiny Han Solo in Carbonite, tethered to the ship so he won’t float away. You can fly the little ship around with Han dangling out the back, like that time you closed the door on your coat or left your coffee on the roof.

You know, this would be the perfect way to pop the question to your Star Wars sweetie. Put a tiny ring box in the cargo hold. And then when you say, “I love you,” your significant other can say, “I know.” Awwwww.

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