You mean after he catches her from falling & is clearly trying to listen for something? Yeah. Ok.
Yep, that’s right when she tells him to let go and he doesn’t. She immediately repeats the demand and eventually convinces him to let her go, since his excuse of “I’m only continuing to grab you because I’m unable to hear anything without my grabbers extended” doesn’t seem to be resonating. Then after he makes a sexual innuendo and leaves the room, she punches the wall. That’s the scene, you’ve got it.
He makes the sexual innuendo? It seems more to me that she makes the sexual innuendo.
She tells him his attentions are unwanted and unreciprocated, which draws attention to the existing sexual element of his persistent grabbing.
He responds by going full innuendo.
Here’s the line:
Let go, please.
Don’t get excited.
Captain, being held by you isn’t quite enough to get me excited.
So tell me again who goes “full inuendo”
Seriously? You intentionally leave out the line where Han goes full innuendo and ask me to point at it? That’s preposterous.
“Captain, being held by you isn’t quite enough to get me excited.” - I described this as “She tells him his attentions are unwanted and unreciprocated, which draws attention to the existing sexual element of his persistent grabbing.” And that’s what it is.
Han’s next line, for those who haven’t seen the film, is clear unabashed sexual innuendo.