"Zootopia" around 00:40:49/01:48:32
Scene 17: Running the Plate
[Judy and Nick leave the Oasis; Nick turns to Judy, straightening his tie]
Nick Wilde: Well, I had a ball. You are welcome for the clue, and seeing as how any moron can run a plate, I will take that pen and bid you adieu. [holds out his hand for the pen]
Judy Hopps: The plate. I can't run a plate. Ooh... I'm not in the system yet.
Nick Wilde: [impatient] Give me the pen, please...
Judy Hopps: [turns to Nick, smiling slyly] What was it you said? "Any moron can run a plate"? Gosh, if only there were a moron around who were up to the task.
Is "you said" the (by the way, should I use "an" instead of "the"?) appositive clause of "it"?
Or is "it" introductory and "you said" the logical subject?
How about "What was it what you said?"?