Catwoman gets knocked up and, for some ungodly reason goes to see Bellatrix LaStrange from Harry Potter and Borat.
"Hasten your work, Sextus, if you wish to sketch the Venus Bellatrix," said Carinus.
The star on the left shoulder is γ or Bellatrix, of second magnitude; that of the right foot, χ, is almost of the third.
About 9° west of Bellatrix are eight stars in a curved line running north and south.
More than two centuries would elapse in passage to a far-off star like Bellatrix.
bright star in the left shoulder of Orion, from Latin bellatrix "a female warrior," frequently used as an adjective, "warlike, skilled in war," fem. of bellator "to wage war," from bellum "war" (see bellicose). The Latin name, from the Alfonsine Tables (mid-13c.), very loosely translates the Arabic name for the star, Al Najid "the conqueror."
In astrology it was the natal star of all destined to great civil or military honors, and rendered women born under its influence lucky and loquacious; or as old Thomas Hood said, "Women born under this constellation shall have mighty tongues." [Allen]