First: I've read this answer, however it was not quite useful for me. 
In an animation I heard a character saying "the you", but how it is correct (The animation was voiced by Americans.)? I checked both the subtitle and my ears, the character really said "The you"!
The Dialoge (S2E3 "The Ballad of Duke Baloney")
Webby: Fishing,... The noble struggle of man versus nature
Louie: The you gently rowing me around for several hours while I nap
So the question: Why did that character say this? is it correct? and when to use this [sentence structure (Definite article + pronoun)]?
- Unlike that question, I saw 'the' before 'you' in an American animation.