Stripes - The scene where John Larroquette is spying on the women's showers. "I wish I was a loofah."
Didn't know what a loofah was at the time but I wished I was one as well. I think I can point to that movie as the catalyst for many later-life psychological problems as well seeing as my mom took me to see it.
Before I start my story, you whipper-snappers just keep your pie-holes shut.
This a-hole my mom was married to bought a VCR when they first came out. It was a Quasar, top loader. Yes - there was a time VCR's didn't exist - Shut it!!! Some dude he bought it from at the local electronics store had a connection to get movies on VHS (bootleg) History lesson: pretty much the only thing on VHS back then was what you recorded from Cinevue or the new upstart HBO (I think Star Wars played at the movie theatre for at least 4 years). Anyway, sitting on the shelf with all the other movies was Debbie Does Dallas. That was the motherload jackpot for a 12 or 13 year old. I was the perverbial neighborhood king. Well, king of the dipshits anyway.