Broken movie quote. Movie?

I’m picturing a movie. A character in this movie is pretending to be something he’s not. Someone askes him a question - likely to validate the position that he is pretending to be in. He replies with something along the lines of " (number), (number +1) whatever it takes." Such as " 6. 7. Whatever it takes". But it’s probably not those numbers.

It makes no sense to someone who is what he claims to be. But, I can’t figure out the name of the movie. I’m thinking that it is Woody Harrelson speaking the line, but it might not be.

I know I’m not giving much to work with, but if anyone can figure it out, it’s my fellow dopers.

Yeah, not much to go on, In these kinds of questions I usually find it helpful if you can remember the genre of film. Do you remember the movie as funny? scary? action-packed?
The answer to the line sounds like the question was “How many ___?” Would this be accurate (as for as memory can determine)?

It sounds like it could be a spy movie, with someone pretending to be someone he is not.
Any more information coming to mind?

I believe you’re thinking of Mr. Mom. Michael Keaton, pretending to be a manly man, tells his manly man neighbor that he’s remodeling the garage or something. The neighbor asks him something like, “You’re putting in 220?” (meaning the power lines). Keaton replies, “210, 220, whatever it takes.”
My parents repeat this at every opportunity. Sigh.

Ding Ding!

Thank ya very much. Almost nothing to go on and still only 11 minutes to the answer.

Actually it was “220, 221, whatever it takes.”

Then later when his wife shoots him in the dream sequence, her boss says,“Whadja use, a .38?” and she replies with “38, 39 . . . whatever it took.”

“You want a beer?”

“It’s 7:00 in the morning.”

“Oh… Scotch?”

I believe he said this to his wife’s boss (Martin Mull) to compensate for the fact that he was now an unemployed, stay-at-home dad.

Points taken (I did vaguely recall that it was Martin Mull). I think I saw the movie once, about 20 years ago, on VHS. I only remember (more or less) that scene and the “cleanup in aisle X” scene. But what I lacked in accuracy, I hope I made up for in promptness.