Jason: It was like that guy in that movie, you know? Charlie Sheen?
Me: What movie?
Jason: You know! Where he's dancing around the house...in the socks...
Me: Charlie Sheen?
Jason: Yeah! You know what I'm talking about, right? Where he slides into the room in his socks and the music is playing...
Me: Risky Business?
Jason: YES! Thank you! Risky Business.
Me: Honey, that wasn't Charlie Sheen. It was Tom Cruise.
Jason, skeptically: No, I don't think so.
Me: Jason. Seriously. It was Tom Cruise. That was like one of the most iconic roles of his career.
Jason, even more skeptically: No...I don't think so. I'm pretty sure it wasn't Tom Cruise.
Me: JASON! OH MY LORD! Of course it was Tom Cruise! It's like a KNOWN FACT.
Jason, clearly not believing me: Well maybe.
The next day...
Me: So remember that thing I was watching this morning about the Nightmare on Elm Street movies? They were showing this scene from Nightmare 2 and the lead character was doing this really crazy dance. They compared it to the dance scene in Risky Business and I thought that was weird since we were just talking about that yesterday.
Him: That is weird. I still don't think that was Tom Hanks though.
Me: Excuse me?
Him: Tom Hanks. I just really don't think it was Tom Hanks in that Risky Business movie.
Me: No honey, it wasn't. It was Tom Cruise.
Him: Oh, well that makes sense. When you said it was Tom Hanks I was thinking that didn't make sense.
Me: Honey. I said it was Tom Cruise.
Him, skeptically: I'm pretty sure you said Tom Hanks.
Me: Nooooooooo...I said Tom Cruise. You said Charlie Sheen.
Him: I don't think I said Charlie Sheen, Stephanie.
Me: OH MY GOD JASON that was the basis of your ENTIRE ARGUMENT.
Him: Hmm, I don't think so. I don't remember ever saying Charlie Sheen. Isn't he the one that was in trouble with the law a few years ago? He wouldn't dance around in socks.
Me, staring at him: Are you putting me on right now? Seriously?
Him: What do you mean?
Me: But you did say Charlie Sheen. And I said Tom Cruise.
Him, clearly not believing me: Well maybe.
Some days I really understand the phrase, "But your honor, he needed killing". Truly I do.