Well, now we know who the Princess Leia is in this relationship.
In an effort to promote the Star Wars: Force for Change campaign, Stephen Colbert and Jon Stewart have teamed up in a hilarious new clip, in which the duo battles over who is the biggest Star Wars fan.
The video shows the two late-night comedians learning of the charity initiative, which benefits UNICEF and provides fans with a chance to appear in the upcoming Star Wars: Episode VII, the next installment of the famous sci-fi franchise.
That's some serious business, folks.
This leads Colbert to declare that he is the "biggest Star Wars fan" to which Stewart wholeheartedly disagrees before the two decide on a trivia battle to settle their debate.
Stewart then greets Colbert wearing Jedi robes while holding a light saber, and after he's (rightly) scolded by Stewart for wielding Darth Vader's red-hued weapon, the 51-year-old comedian sheepishly replies, "My blue Obi-Wan light saber had no batteries in it."
The pair proceed to spar over some super-trivial bits of Star Wars lore and offer nods to big moments, such as Obi-Wan Kenobi's duel with Vader and Han Solo's famously cool response to Princess Leia's declaration of love.
Though, to be fair, it's a little less romantic when Leia is played by Stewart in drag.
Be sure to check out the Star Wars: Force for Change initiative for a chance to win the grand prize, which includes airfare and accommodations to London for one winner and guest, behind-the-scenes access to the set including a meet and greet with castmembers and of course, a cameo in Star Wars: Episode VII.
May the Force be with you!