What did General Organa's five fingers say to Poe Dameron's face? SLAAAAPPPP! In a new Star Wars: The Last Jedi gag reel from Entertainment Tonight, you can watch Carrie Fisher hitting Oscar Isaac on the face over and over again to your heart's content.
The scene from whence it came occurs near the beginning of the movie when Dameron puts Resistance lives at risk by destroying a First Order dreadnought, despite General Organa telling him to abandon the mission. The assault on the vessel is successful, but leads to the deaths of several Resistance fighters, including the sister of Rose Tico (Kelly Marie Tran). Flush with his own hubris, Poe arrives back on the main ship, where Leia slaps and demotes him. His obstinance in the face of authority becomes a key motif throughout the movie, but Poe should've realized to stop being so stubborn once Leia's fingers made contact with his cheek.
The reel also includes John Boyega (Finn) and Tran fooling around with BB-8 (who seems to have given birth to a smaller version of himself), Isaac breaking character during a scene with Vice Admirial Holdo, Rey breaking into laughter while in Snoke's throne room, a collection of strange facial expressions, Benicio Del Toro (DJ) flubbing a catch, and Mark Hamill climbing out of what is most likely an X-wing while he says "Thanks for the memories."
The full gag reel can also be found on the Blu-ray release of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, which hits shelves today and contains all kinds of amazing, behind-the-scenes goodies and deleted content that didn't make the final cut of the film.