Most of us -- and seriously, I mean most of us, because everyone and their (slightly incestuous?) brother is seeing "The Force Awakens" on Thursday (December 17) -- would kill to join Carrie Fisher, Harrison Ford, Daisy Ridley, Oscar Isaac, John Boyega and the rest of the squad at a "Star Wars" press tour. But not Fisher's "famous on Twitter" (her words) French bulldog, Gary.
Gary, the definition of joy if there ever was one, clearly is MILDLY ENTERTAINED AT BEST when it comes to international premieres, television appearances, private planes, and so on and so forth.
Behold the adorable evidence:
When Gary's desire to not stand was stronger than The Force, so Fisher had no choice but to join him on the ground.
When his mouth showed excitement for these Princess Leia buns, but his eyes told an entirely different story.
When photogs wanted some crucial snaps of Gary with Carrie on the red carpet but he was just like "nah, nap."
When he straight-up turned his back to the camera and asked to go home.
When he was invited to pose next to his mom and a Stormtrooper, but was like "hard pass."
("Dear God, please just let me go home.")
When Carrie got down on hands and knees and full-on begged him to mind his manners.
When Carrie introduced him to a "Star Wars" legend and he couldn't even be bothered to look him in the eye.
He didn't care for this "Star Wars" nobody, either.
... And was especially bored by Oscar Isaac.
When he visited "Good Morning America" to promote the film and couldn't be bothered, not for a single second.
Also, apparently he hated sitting through the screening because it was "too loud." OF COURSE.
(Like, seriously though, Gary actually fell asleep.)
When she cameras interrupted a private moment with a friend and he was more than a little miffed.
And finally, when he straight up stepped to BB-8 for stealing the spotlight.
Someone had to.
Hang in there, Gary. Just a few more carpets, and you're home for the holidays.