And now, here's the same moment as seen in the comic book adaptation of The Empire Strikes Back!
Panels from Star Wars (1977 series) #44 (February 1981), script by Archie Goodwin, pencils and inks by Al Williamson and Carlos Garzon, colors by Glynis Wein, letters by Rick Veitch
WHOA THAT'S NOT RIGHT now wait a minute folks, calm down. Nobody better blame scripter Archie Goodwin, because he is one cool guy. And also because one of the perils of doing a movie adaptation is that you have to work from a movie script that may not be final, or may not accurately reflect what will eventually be on the screen, in this case the galaxy-famous "I love you" "I know" quote. Especially since it was an on-set ab-lib by Harrison Ford:
"It was such a contest between George and I about whether that was appropriate or whether the audience would enjoy that line or not, to the point where he made me go to a test screening to sit next to him to prove it was going to get a bad laugh.... And it didn't. It got a good laugh. So it stayed in."Which proves once and for all yet another famous Harrison Ford quote:
"George, you can type this shit, but you sure as hell can't say it."Thank you, Mister Ford, for helping us laugh at George Lucas...again!