Theme: Making movie lines our own.
"Put a pin in it."
In Bolt (2008), when Penny (voice of Miley Cyrus) voices concern about the dog's well-being, her agent (voice of Greg Germann) tells her, "Let's put a pin in it," and pokes an imaginary pin in the air, "Boop."
It's his patronizing way to delay (or completely avoid) the conversation. The line annoys me, so I don't use it.
However, it's linked to a cute memory of our oldest granddaughter.
The film released a year before she was born and later became her favorite movie. She even had Bolt, the stuffed dog.
When she was barely talking we would coax her with, "Put a pin in it."
Pinching her thumb and forefinger together, she would poke the air and say, "Boop."
So cute. (Hey, let me have my proud grandma moment.)