And about five minutes into the discussion with Rise of Skywalker director J.J. Abrams and cast members Daisy Ridley, John Boyega, and Oscar Isaac, Kimmel asked about the enviable practice of stealing things from the set.
"I stole, I mean, I was given D-O, which is the new droid," Abrams confessed. "I had BB-8 from Force Awakens so I have D-O next to him."
As for Ridley's selection, she aimed a bit higher. "I was given a lightsaber," she revealed. "I worry that someone's gonna track me down and break into my house so I do need to say it's in a safe place. It is not in my house . . . Usually I reach for it and it comes to me. It's strange. It was out recently and someone was like 'Oh my god! Is that a lightsaber?' I said 'Yes, you can hold it if you'd like.'"
Abrams and this trio were later joined by co-stars including Billy Dee Williams, Kelly Marie Tran, Keri Russell, and more. Additionally, the Rise of Skywalker team battled it out in a "Force Family Feud" skit and fielded questions from children. Sadly, Marriage Story star Adam Driver—a.k.a. Kylo Ren—was not present for any of this.
The Rise of Skywalker brings a decades-strong saga to a close this Friday.