Mark Hamill gatecrashed the “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” studios on Thursday to flog his red capri pants to the audience after the host had explained how Han Solo’s jacket from “The Empire Strikes Back” was expected to fetch $1.3 million at an auction.
Determined to beat that, Hamill pulled some Luke Skywalker “memorabilia” out of his “R2 D-Bag”.
He also photoshopped his red three-quarter-length trousers into a bunch of different “Star Wars” scenes to try and claim they’d been used in the movies.
Hamill, 66, told the audience, “C’mon now, let’s start the bidding! $100,000,” as Kimmel insisted: “I don’t think these girls have a $100,000, I think the price is a little bit steep.”
The actor then replied, “How about $50,000 and I’ll throw in a Chewbacca hairball?” before he considering Dr. Phil’s audience instead.
Watch more in the clip above.
Hamill’s latest appearance comes after he went to this year’s San Diego Comic-con dressed in an orange Darth Vader mask with a Donald Trump wig, an orange golf club and a golf shirt that read “Make The Death Star Great Again”.