You ain't seen the last of me yet!" - causing a distracted boarding passenger to stumble off the platform also Norma's saucy, sexy song-and-dance Chicago, Illinois number with other showgirls in baby-doll underwear and Norma's hilarious one-liner when she thought she was to be assaulted by clothes-stripping Victor/Victoria Grant: "Wait a minute. lock the door first" - and her reaction to Victoria's true sex that she screeched at King: "You two-timing son-of-a-bitch! HE'S A WOMAN!" the scene of hilariously miscast and in drag Toddy performing Shady Dame From Seville in place of Victoria, and his jokingly bitter riposte to his chorus line when finished and claiming it was his last performance: "You were marvelous - and I never want to see any of you again!" the scene of Stan (Stan Laurel) and Oliver's (Oliver Hardy) discussion about the deed to the gold mine - delivered to the wrong woman: ("That's the first mistake we've made since that guy sold us the Brooklyn Bridge") their soft-shoe dance and song routine of "At the Ball, That's All" while outside the Mickey Finn Palace Saloon also the hilarious scene of Stan being cornered, wrestled, and tickled to death in Lola's (Sharon Lynne) bedroom when she recovered the stolen deed in his vest and Stanley's biting, chewing, and gulping pieces of his hat after losing a bet - as Ollie helpfully reminded him: "You said that if we didn't get the deed that you'd eat my hat", and Stan's muttering: "Now you're taking me illiterally " and the rope-pulley scene using their mule Dinah to get the rotund Oliver hoisted to the second floor of the saloon to retrieve the deed.
Wayne's World (1992) the original characters (spun-off and extended from sketches on TV's Saturday Night Live ): Wayne Campbell (Mike Myers) and Garth Algar (Dana Carvey) - two metal-head friends with their own local public-access TV show (broadcast from their wood-paneled basement) in Aurora, Illinois ("a suburb of Chicago - excellent") the scene of Wayne's introduction of himself (while breaking the 'fourth wall'), when he described how he didn't have a real career: "I have an extensive collection of name tags and hair-nets. Ok, I still live with my parents, which I admit is both bogus and sad. But at least I've got an amazing cable access show, and I still know how to party. But what I'd really love is to do Wayne's World for a living. Sh-yeah, and monkeys might fly outta my butt." Wayne's discussion with his rock-singer Chinese girlfriend Cassandra Wong (Tia Carrere), bassist vocal singer for Crucial Taunt, who was upset about not getting a break: (Wayne: "If you guys got a break, you could really make it" Cassandra: "Yeah, and if a frog had wings, he wouldn't bump his ass when he hops" Wayne: "Interesting. And the Police Academy movies"); he then impressed her with his command of Cantonese: "Campbell, it's amazing! You learned how to say I look pretty in Cantonese" - and they began speaking Chinese, with subtitles not matching their words Wayne and Garth's amusing chat while lying on their backs on their car (at the beginning of an airport runway) - about Cassandra and Bugs Bunny's sex appeal: Wayne: "Cassandra. In French, she would be called 'la renarde' and she would be hunted with only her cunning to protect her. In Latin, she would be called 'babia majora'" Garth: "If she were a president, she'd be Babraham Lincoln.
Did you ever find Bugs Bunny attractive when he put on a dress and played a girl bunny. I was just asking" the scene of their use of a chroma-key blue-screen, and their ability to immediately travel to other places with different backdrops: "OK, we've got a new feature on Wayne's World this week. It's called chroma-key, and it's really handy if you want to go to New York. Or imagine being able to be magically whisked away to - Delaware"; Garth also described what it was like to be in their new studio: "It's like a new pair of underwear, you know. At first, it's constrictive, but after a while, it becomes a part of you" the "Game On" scene of the two playing a game of one-on-one street hockey in the middle of the street, and watching as distracted, neck-brace wearing Stacy (Lara Flynn Boyle) waving as she rode by on a bicycle ("Hi Wayne!"), wasn't watching where she was going, and slammed her bike into the side of a parked car and went toppling; after she survived the crash, the unfazed boys continued on ("And she's OK, Game on") the music store scene of Garth's amazing riff on a drum set, performed after Cassandra and Wayne were enamored by an expensive guitar: "There it is. Wow, '64 Fender Stratocaster in classic white, with triple single coil pickups and a whammy bar. I'd raise the bridge, file down the nut, and take the buzz out of the low E" - and then Wayne's impulsive offer: "I'm feeling saucy. Cha-ching" Wayne's vow to sleazy network executive Benjamin Oliver (Rob Lowe): "Contract or no, I will not bow to any sponsor" - while holding up a slice of Pizza Hut pizza, and then with a bag of Doritos Tortilla Chips: "Maybe I'm wrong on this one, but for me, the beast doesn't include selling out. Garth, you know what I'm talking about, right?"; Garth added (while completely garbed in Reebok clothing): "It's like people only do things because they get paid. And that's just really sad" Wayne's scene with Cassandra, when he asked about her responses to various phases of his future fame: "Tell me, when that first show is over, will you still love me when I'm an incredibly humongoid giant star. Will you still love me when I'm in my hanging-out-with-Ravi-Shankar phase. Will you still love me when I'm in my carbohydrates-sequined-jumpsuit, young-girls-in-white-cotton-panties, waking-up-in-a-pool-of-your-own-vomit, bloated-purple-dead-on-a-toilet phase?" - when she responded positively, he replied: "OK. Bonus" the scene of rocker Alice Cooper's history lesson in his dressing room after a show in Milwaukee: "Well, I'm a regular visitor here, but Milwaukee has certainly had its share of visitors. The French missionaries and explorers were coming here as early as the late 1600s to trade with the Native Americans. Actually, it's pronounced mee-lee-wah-kay, which is Algonquin for 'the good land'. I think one of the most interesting aspects of Milwaukee is the fact that it's the only major American city to have ever elected three socialist mayors" - Wayne responded: "Does this guy know how to party or what?" - when asked to stick around and party, the two bowed down and praised him: "We're not worthy!" the scene of Wayne's use of insulting cue cards (notes written on the back of his question cards, such as "SPHINCTER BOY -->" and "HE BLOWS GOATS. I HAVE PROOF" and "THIS MAN HAS NO PENIS") during a TV show interview to embarrass their sponsor Mr. Vanderhoff (Brian Doyle-Murray) noted mostly for their dialogue, sight gags, and catchphrases: "Excellent!", "Party On!", "She's magically babelicious", "Schwing!", "If you're gonna spew, spew into this", "Hurl", "We're not worthy!," and "Pardon me, do you have any Grey Poupon?", among others also, the famous sing-a-long performance by Wayne, Garth and friends of Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" in their Mirth-mobile: ("Thunderbolts and Lightning, Very Very Frightening") Wedding Crashers (2005) a bawdy R-rated film about two intrepid Washington DC bachelors and lifelong friends John Beckwith (Owen Wilson) and Jeremy Grey (Vince Vaughn) who invited themselves to nuptial receptions to pick up on women and bridesmaids Jeremy's fears of the 'perils of dating', after Janice (Stephanie Nevin) offered to set him up on a date: "I've got the perfect girl for you" - he responded: "Janice, I apologize to you if I don't seem real eager to jump into a forced, awkward intimate situation that people like to call dating. You're sitting there, you're wondering, 'Do I have food on my face? But I'm not that interested, but I think she might be interested. But now she's not interested.' So now, all of sudden I'm, I'm starting to get interested. 'Cause then it's awkward, it's like 'Well, good night.' Do you do like the ass-out hug? Where you like, you hug each other like this, and the ass sticks out because you're trying not to get too close. Or do you go right in and just kiss 'em on the lips or don't kiss 'em at all? It's very difficult trying to read the situation and all the while, you're just really wondering, 'Are we gonna get hopped enough to make some bad decisions?' Perhaps play a little game called 'Just the Tip.' Just for a second, just to see how it feels, or 'Ouch Ouch, You're on My Hair.'. Great talk" the sped-up, raucous montage sequence of the two scammers seeking free love at various wedding receptions, and flopping around in bed with partly-clothed and naked women from the weddings - including Brunette (Rachel Sterling), Ivana (Ivana Bozilovic), Hindu woman (Naureen Zaim) and Vivian (Diora Baird), to the tune of the Isley Brothers' "Shout" the objectives of their 'wedding crashing' - two sisters: Claire Cleary (Rachel McAdams) (with a hotheaded, unfaithful boyfriend named Sack Lodge (Bradley Cooper)), and Claire's "stage-five virgin clinger" sister Gloria (Isla Fisher) Jeremy's insistence to John, at the Cleary's wedding reception, that there were specific rules for 'crashing weddings' - there's no overtime and they had to leave right away: "John, this is completely against the rules. You have a wedding and a reception to seal the deal.
There's no overtime" - they both argued: "You lock it up!" the Cleary dinner table scene when Jeremy was touched in his crotch area (to bring him to orgasm) under the table by nymphomaniacal Gloria, as a serious discussion about venture capitalism was being conducted: "Well, there's the company that we have where we're taking the, the fur or the wool from sheep and we turn it into thread for homeless people to sew.
And then they make it into cloth, which they in turn sew then, um, make some shirts and pants for other homeless people to sell. It's a pretty good deal"; Jeremy struggled to add that he was relieved: "People, people helping people. Terrific, it was terrific!" the protective warning of presidential wannabe, William Cleary (Christopher Walken), the US Secretary of the Treasury, to Jeremy about his daughter: "You know, she's not just another notch on the old belt.