Have you ever remembered a scene from a movie in your head and can't remember what it's from?
There is a particular scene in my mind that I used to watch when I was little, but I can't remember what it was about or anything about it other than that particular scene. What I remember is a dude who was buff, had dark shoulder length curly hair, and was pretending to be someone else. A lady asks where he's from and another dude says New Zealand! The lady asks how he knew and the curly haired man points to a logo on his tee shirt, but the other dude didn't get it and said "Body odor"... Does anyone know what that's from? It's bugging the crap out of me!
Don't Tell Her It's Me aka The Boyfriend School (1990)
Gus is an overweight cartoonist who recently won a battle against cancer, which explains his baldness. He is lonely, so his caring sister tries to set him up with a suitable woman. To do so, she must turn him into an irresistible man. When he falls in love with Emily, Gus takes the identity of a mysterious biker from New Zealand.
Here's the trailer on YouTube:
That was totally it!!! You rock! Lol, that scene has popped in my head so many times and I couldn't remember what it was.
You're welcome! I saw it a number of times many years ago; so, I had the memories stashed in my jumbled brain.
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