A dad and his 5-year-old daughter discuss Princess Leia's "pretty" slave costume.

A dad and his 5-year-old daughter discuss Princess Leia's "pretty" slave costume.
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A dad and his 5-year-old daughter discuss Princess Leia's "pretty" slave costume.

Jabba the Hutt was such a "baddie."

English comedian Adam Buxton was talking to his five-year-old daughter about the Star Wars Annual, when she made a very interesting observation (in an adorable British accent).

She knows "Jabba the Hutt is a baddie," but he still gave Leia a "really nice dress," considering she was his slave. Buxton gently tries to suggest the outfit might be a bit "demeaning," but his daughter is not familiar with that word. It's not that the five year old wants to be a slave or anything. She'd try to escape, obviously; she'd just keep the duds.

The Brothers McLeod animated the conversation for Buxton's Christmas special, Adam Buxton's Shed of Christmas.

Sidenote: Even though Buxton's right that the outfit is meant to be demeaning to Princess Leia, apparently Carrie Fisher requested a skimpy outfit that would let her show off what great shape she'd gotten in for the movie. So Carrie probably thought it was a "really nice dress," too.

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