I hope Pseudo got enough sleep
dir. Carl Reiner, 1983. Written by George Gipe and Steve Martin.
Starring Steve Martin as the recently widowed Dr. Michael Hfuhruhurr, a brilliant brain surgeon who revolutionized the field with his patented screw-top method of access. He marries and fruitlessly lusts after the sexy but evil Dolores (Turner), but falls in love with Anne Uumellmahaye, a preserved brain in Dr. Necessiter's laboratory. They have so much in common! Their last names are unpronouncable and unspellable to everyone but each other and they can both recite 'Pointy Bird.'
Dr. Necessiter's brains are dying, however, so the doctor must quickly find a body for Anne. One one hand he has a perfect physical specimen in Dolores; on the other, a beautiful mind in Anne. Can he have both qualities in one woman?
"Were you out on the lake today kissing a brain?"
Kathleen Turner as Dolores Benedict
David Warner as Dr. Necessiter
Paul Benedict as the butler who had to make a Tahitian Lady for Dr. Hfuhruhurr and who had to carry the paper 'dungeon' door out all the time.