You mean like this?
Them: Who was the old guy in City Slickers.
Me: Jack Palance.
Them: No, it was that other guy, the one in Cat Balou.
Them: What did you put in the carrots, they're delicious.
Them: No, you didn't. I don't like tarragon.
Yes, these are quotes.
I made tarragon carrots, so I got the pot of water with the tarragon leaves in it and asked, "If this isn't tarragon, do you know what it is?”
With the movie I said "Cat Balou was Lee Marvin. Want me to check IMDB?” She declined because she knew what she was talking about and I didn't. Ended up getting yelled at anyway because when she corrected someone else and they looked it up, it was my fault for making her look foolish.
I took up saying "Okay." Didn't work out much better:
Them: Is it X or Y?
Them: No, it's X.
Them: I just want to know if it's X or Y!
Them: How did you do that?
Them: No, you didn't.
Them: Don't get mad, it was just a question, I only wanted to know how you did it.
Them: Who is that?
Me: It's That Guy.
Them: No, it's someone else.
Them: Can you answer the question or not? I don't see why you have to be difficult about it.