By Anthony Breznican
May 02, 2018 at 01:33 PM EDT

“This ship has probably never looked better than when Lando had it.”

In a new behind-the-scenes video, Donald Glover gives Star Wars fans a tour of the pristine Millennium Falcon as we’ll see it in Solo: A Star Wars Story, before his young Lando Calrissian lost the starship to Han Solo in a card game.

While Han used the Falcon as a speedy but dilapidated smuggling vessel, it’s clear Lando considered it a flying bachelor pad. Glover walks us through the living quarters, suitable for entertainment with a sound system and adjacent food and coffee bar. (Note: Wookiee cookies. For when Chewie needs to be reminded “Who’s a good boy?”)

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Then we get a tour of the sleeping quarters.

“These pillows are made of actual kajak hair,” Glover explains. “That’s not easy to get.”

There’s no record of what (or who) a “kajak” is, but EW has asked Star Wars story group maestro Pablo Hidalgo. We’ll update with whatever he can share.

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Adjacent to the captain’s room is the cape closet. Glover walks us through Lando’s attire for every occasion: “an everyday cape… sister’s wedding cape… Intergalactic president’s day cape …” He holds out a fur-covered one. “This is just an if-someone-gets-cold-cape.”

I’d like to see a tour of the Falcon by Han after he finishes grubbing it up.

Solo: A Star Wars Story opens May 25.

Solo: A Star Wars Story

  • Movie
  • PG-13
  • Ron Howard