In the script, Solo’s response to Leia’s declaration of love for him was written as “I love you, too.” It’s now lore that Ford changed it to “I know.” But if you read the transcript of Ford’s conversation with Kershner on the set, you can see that Ford wasn’t just being a smartass. He put a lot of thought into that line. “But if she says, ‘I love you,’ and I say, ‘I know,’ it’s beautiful and it’s acceptable and it’s funny,” he pleaded. “The point is, I’m not worried about myself anymore; I’m worried about her.”
I have an urge to go on a huge happy rant about dialogue and how awesome it can be, but instead I’m just going to sigh romantically.
This is SO IMPORTANT, because it shows there’s so much more to Han than just being a smug douchebag. He’s actually putting her first, just in his uniquely Han way. He’s NOT just being a pimp who refuses to say he loves her back. Like Ford said, Han’s worried about HER, not himself.
god I just hate so many things right now
i only accept apologies in cash
there’s this idiot in the wank for ts tag that is claiming the supernatural season 9 has great writing and is saying it has great growth, decay, and transformation…then they go on to say that they started the growth, decay, and transformation terminology.
DUDE THAT SHIT WAS POPULARIZED FROM BREAKING BAD DON’T YOU EVEN FUCKING TRY TO CLAIM THAT
I’m confused, are you saying that terminology such as “growth” and “transformation” came from a fandom? That kind of terminology came from discussion and analysis of literature. Fandoms didn’t create concepts like that, and certainly not the Breaking Bad fandom. Those terms are old as balls, pre-date film and probably even books.
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