Carrie Fisher appears on Monday's episode of "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" and teams up with Ellen to sell some tickets to the opening night of "Star Wars: The Force Awakens."
The star, who reprises her role as Princess-turned-General Leia in the flick, took to the streets with the host to see how many people they could get to pull over and pay them for tickets to the blockbuster-to-be.
The first lucky driver to stop was in for a real treat, with Ellen telling the fan how extremely difficult it was to snag seats for the movie.
"Normally they're $500 for a pair, because you can't get them anymore," Ellen explained. "They're like gold, more than gold. They're like Trump's money," Fisher added.
The duo asked the fan for a donation, but when the woman didn't have cash on her, they decided to trade for some clothes in the back of her car!
After the first driver, the funny lady and the actress were bombarded with tons of people pulling over, including a light saber-welding super fan and one person who didn't even know who the iconic "Star Wars" actress was!
Carrie and Ellen also collected $100 from a driver who just couldn't resist the charity Fisher would donate the money to. "My charity is for mental illness for animals," the star joked.
Watch the entire hilarious clip above and catch the flick when it hits theaters December 18th!
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