Fett: Let‘s get back to town, jump in the Slave 1 and leave.Right. None of them have it as a formal part of their names. What I'm talking about is how "the" is being used as a noun identifier in conversation. When referring to his ship, Han calls it the Millennium Falcon. The name of the ship is simply "Millennium Falcon" but "the" always precedes it as an identifier. But, Slave 1 with "the" proceeding it sounds weird. Now, just because it sounds weird doesn't mean it's incorrect. Referring to it as the Slave 1 might be more proper.
"I hope Boba 'accidentally' shoots the Vespa gang while flying around in Slave 1."
"I hope Boba 'accidentally' shoots the Vespa gang while flying around in the Slave 1."
First one sounds better. Actually they both sound fine
Shan: On our way out, let’s use Slave 1 to ‘accidentally’ blow up the biker gang.