Movie: I'm Gonna Git You Sucka (1988)
Long before he changed the game with the first two Scary Movie entries, Keenen Ivory Wayans wrote, directed, and starred in one of the most underrated spoof comedies of all time, I'm Gonna Git You Sucka. Having fun with the tropes of 1970s blaxploitation films, Wayans' 1988 parody picture features him playing Jack Spade, an Army veteran trying to avenge his brother's death by killing a local crime boss named "Mr. Big" (John Vernon).
Surrounding Spade are several colorful characters, including one starving but financially strapped rib eatery patron (played by a young Chris Rock). With Spade's friend Hammer (Isaac Hayes) working the register, the customer balks at the restaurant's five-ribs-for-$2.50 deal. His cheap ass asks for just "one rib," as well as a "sip" of soda for $0.15, going so far as to reason, "Fuck the cup, pour it in my hand for a dime!" And then kicker: "You got change for a hundred?"