Han:Boyfriend? I don't want to be Leia's boyfriend.
Luke:Well...what do you want, then?
Han:I don’t know! I just want to be with here all the time. I want to hear about her day and tell her about mine. I want to hold her hand and smell her hair. But I don’t want to be her stupid boyfriend!
“Sometimes I get the feeling the only way we could achieve a STAR TREK segment on budget would be to have 60 minutes of Mr. Spock playing kazoo solo as Captain Kirk holds him in his arms while standing in a telephone booth.” —Robert Justman 1967, one of the original associate producers.
WHY WASN’T THIS MADE, I WOULD HAVE DEFINITELY WATCHED……
The Sagittarius Dog is a complex character with a basic problem which belongs
to this dog alone: to which of the two forces at work within does he or she
truly belong…the canine or the equine? Most of the time, the Sagittarius Dog
will not know whether to wag his or her tail or use it to keep the flies from an
owner’s face. This will be a restless dog…versatile, easily bored and totally
unfathomable. This canine flits from one interest to another, unable to decide
what he or she actually likes. The Sagittarius Dog experiences continual
internal conflict with divided loyalties and a split personality. Nonetheless,
this is a vital creature with a well-balanced body designed for taking energetic
An exceptionally brave and lucky canine, the Sagittarius Dog
can be a very trustworthy and reliable creature, particularly suited in that
event for working with the blind. These dogs are full of character and can
easily learn amusing tricks. The Sagittarius Dog (who often believes himself or
herself to actually be a horse) will be determined to get to the bottom of
everything…the bed, the garbage can or the flower-bed, for instance. This
trait often makes the Sagittarius Dog a most unsuitable pet for the house-proud
owner, particularly if there is limited access to the great outdoors. Cooped-up
or confined, the Sagittarius Dog (much like the archer which is symbolic of the
sign) will know exactly where to aim so that he or she causes the most
discomfort to others with the least personal inconvenience. In short, life with
a Sagittarius Dog will never, ever be dull.