What was the Tim Allen movie, the "Star Trek/Star Wars" send-up? Galaxy Quest? Y'all remember, where these semi-washed-up actors had a half-life of appearing at sci-fi fan conventions and supermarket openings.
Allen was a bit Shatner-like. Sigourney Weaver had played a blonde-bimbo type with even fewer lines than Nichelle Nicholls' 'Lt. Uhura'. The guy that stars in Monk, and had played a horror writer needing a "minder" from his publisher in a previous sitcom- Tony Shaloub? He was sort of the "Scotty/Geordi" engineer, I guess, but by the time the movie takes place his brain is hopelessly fried. It would be as if Tommy Chong played a scientist/engineer in character.
Anyway, these aliens had been receiving their old "Galaxy Quest" TV show signals. They thought it was real, like news reports, and came to Earth to get the valiant captain and crew of the show to come & save them from a horrible alien race that threatened to wipe them out.
They had (sweet, holy innocents!) re-created the technology which had been special effects on the show, but it was real in their ship. Weapons and matter transporters, everything.
(Now that I'm remembering it, I really did like that movie! Maybe it belongs on my Top 10 list!)
Anyway, for love of their heroes, they had disguised themselves as human, though underneath I guess they were horrid wriggly squiddy things.
One of these hopeful, innocent aliens was female as a human (I'm not sure they had any gender in their natural form), and she just adored the airheaded, drug-addled guy who played the engineer character. The little mind he had left was rendered kinda literal and innocent-minded, as well. He came to love her, too.
Another actor came upon them- ah - expressing affection? "necking"? Seeing the girl lose some of her human form in her enthusiasm, letting loose a tentacle or two and emitting a few squishy noises, he bridles and moans, shaking his head, "Now, that's just not right!"
If Mike & I act mushy toward each other we get a "Now, that's just not right!" from the kids.