Lemma: Let $M=U\cup V$ be a smooth manifold with $U$ and $V$ open, connected, oriented and such that $U\cap V$ has two connected components $W_1$ and $W_2$. Then $M$ is orientable $\Leftrightarrow$ for any 2 chosen orientations for $U$ and $V$, either they coincide in $W_1, W_2$ simultaneously or differ in $W_1, W_2$ simultaneously.
Exercise: Use the lemma to prove that the Moebius strip is not orientable.
I know how to prove the lemma, but I'm having trouble on applying it to the case of the Moebius strip. How am I supposed to define $U$ and $V$?