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Parralell universe/space travel where the 'alien' humans are vegetarian maybe 80's to early 90's

All I can remember from the movie is a scene where these humans from another planet/dimension come to modern day earth and there is a young guy helping them, at one point they need food so he goes and gets KFC or fried chicken and passes it around, they like it and one of the female other-worlders mentions it's handy that they put the food on these white sticks so you can eat them more easily and someone else in the group is like 'those aren't sticks, they're bones.' at which point the first woman is horrified and stops eating, causing everyone else to stop eating too.  
This is literally all I can remember it was so long ago...
asked Mar 12, 2016 in Name That Movie by rx7_batgirl (1 point)

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Masters Of The Universe (1987)

Not long after He-Man and the other Eternians arrive on Earth they steal a bucket of ribs. Teela asks why they put the food on these little white sticks to which Man-At-Arms explains that they are rib bones. The Eternians put the food down in disgust except for Man-At-Arms who smiles and continues to eat.
answered Aug 31, 2016 by ratpelt (71 points)
And here is the scene in question: