Doug [off camera]
Psst! Act, act!
Lucky for me I'd been off-planet on vacation at the time of the war.
underground caves. I was kind of like a one man force, eh, like
Fleshy-headed mutant, and you friendly?
Alpha base, this is Bob McKenzie. I've spotted a fleshy-headed
mutant in sector 16B. [shoots Doug with ping-pong ball gun]
Ow! Take off, you hoser!
Geez, what happened, eh? Film broke! Oh geez, we've got to fix it,
[points to Bob] It was his fault, he wrecked it!
It was not, eh! Geez, we had a lot of popcorn, too. Ok, you cover,
I'll fix the film, eh?
Aw, nice going, you knob!
Patron [off camera]
Hey! What kind of movie is this?
Ok, uh, here's how to get, zoom in on me, eh? Zoom in on this! [camera
beer, eh? Get a baby mouse and, like, put it in a bottle, and when
it's so small it will fit in, like, this hole, eh?
[Camera cuts to movie theater]
Strange Brew (1983)
Synopsis: In their quest for free beer, bumbling Canadian brothers Bob (Rick Moranis) and Doug McKenzie (Dave Thomas) wind up working at the Elsinore Brewery. The hapless lads uncover a sinister mind-control plot spearheaded by Brewmeister Smith (Max von Sydow) and must stop the scheme, which also involves Uncle Claude (Paul Dooley), a member of the Elsinore family. As Bob and Doug try to prevent Smith from taking over the world, they also manage to drink plenty of their favorite sudsy beverage.