Mrs. Doubtfire (1993)
Terence McGovern: ADR Director Lou
Lou : Daniel, that line was not in the script; why did you add it?
Daniel : Well, I thought I should comment on the situation.
Lou : What situation?
Daniel : The fact that Pudgy the Parrot has a cigarette shoved into his mouth is morally irresponsible!
Lou : This is a cartoon, okay? This is not a freakin' Oprah Winfrey special.
Daniel : Lou, millions of kids see this cartoon, it's like sending each one of them a pack of cigarettes and saying "light up."
Lou : You can't put words in Pudgy's mouth if his mouth isn't moving!
Daniel : Well, it's voiceover. It's an interior monologue. Maybe even the voice of God, that's even better.
Daniel : No, Pudgy, don't smoke!
Lou : Actors.
Daniel : What? Well, let's ask the technicians. Do you think its morally right to promote smoking to the youth of America?
[the three technicians are smoking. One man shrugs]
Daniel : They're biased. That's a mistrial.
Lou : Daniel, listen to me. This session is costing the studio thousands of dollars. Now if you want a paycheck, you stick to the script. If you wanna play Gandhi, then do it on somebody else's time.
Daniel : [imitating Gandhi] Then I've got to do what I've got to do.
Lou : That's very funny. Where the hell are you going? Hey listen, buddy, I'll tell you something, if you leave, you're not getting back in. I'm not taking any crap from you, pal.
Daniel : Well, in the words of Porky Pig, "Pi-pi-pi-pi-pi-piss off, Lou."
Daniel : [ad-libbing as Pudgy the Parrot] Oh, I will not do this! I cannot! Oh what a foul way for a bird to die! I don't wanna get beak cancer! No! My lungs are blackened!
Lou : Alright, cut! Cut!
Daniel : Help me, help me!
Lou : Daniel, that line was not in the script, why did you add it?
Daniel : Well I thought I should comment on the situation.
Lou : What situation?
Daniel : The fact that Pudgy the Parrot has a had cigarette shoved right into his mouth, is morally irresponsible!
Lou : This is a cartoon, OK? This is not a frigging Oprah Winfrey special!
Daniel : Lou, millions of kids see this TV show. It's like sending them each a pack of cigarettes and saying "Light up!".