Dating the Enemy (1996)
Brett: [talking to Rob about the complexity of dating] Getting into a relationship with a woman these days is like...
[gives him an example]
Brett: it's like getting into a cab with a driver that doesn't speak English. I mean you tell them where you wanna go when you start off, and they nod and smile and you think they've understood. And then all of a sudden you look up, and you're driving down 'moving in' street, or 'having a baby' street, and you say 'no I never wanted to go here' and then they start yelling at you in some language you don't even understand. Man I tell you something, from now on I'm walking.
Brett: [as Tash, walks into the living room, sees Brett 'examining herself' on the couch, and is shocked] What are you doing?
Tash: [as Brett] Just trying to get the hang of it all.
Brett: [as Tash] Stop perving on my body!
Tash: [as Brett] I have seen it all Tash,
[looks down at herself]
Tash: just uh, not exactly from this angle.
Brett: [as Tash] Well not anymore. From now on, we're strangers, and I'd like you to treat my body as such.
Tash: [as Brett] Hey, fine by me.