[Note: This scene only occurs in the 1997 and 2002 re-releases of the film.] Jabba the Hutt: [Speaking in Huttese] Solo! Come on out of there, Solo! Solo!
Han Solo: Right here, Jabba. I've been waitin' for ya.
Jabba: Have you now?
Han Solo: Didn't think I was gonna run, did ya?
Jabba: Han, you disappoint me. Why haven't you paid me, and why did you have to fry poor Greedo?
Han Solo: Look Jabba, next time you wanna talk to me, come see me yourself. Don't send one of these twerps.
Jabba: Han, Han. If only you hadn't had to dump that shipment of spice. I just can't make exceptions. Where would I be if every pilot who smuggled for me dumped their shipment at the first sign of an Imperial starship? It's not good business.
Han Solo: Look Jabba, even I get boarded sometimes. [steps on Jabba's tail, making him cry out in irritation] You think I had a choice? But I've got a nice, easy charter now and I can pay you back, plus a little extra. I just need a little more time.
Jabba: Han, my boy, you're the best. So, for an extra 20%—
Han Solo: Fifteen, Jabba. Don't push it.
Jabba: Okay, fifteen. But if you disappoint me again, I'll put a price on your head so big, you won't be able to go near a civilized system!
Han Solo: [dryly] Jabba, you're a wonderful human being.
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