The clip Gaylord gives an overly honest speech Part 2 from Meet the Fockers (2004) with Teri Polo, Ben Stiller
Honey, what? I'm sorry.
Okay, excuse me for you being perfect.
Hey, you know who else is great?
That woman over there.
My future mother-in-law, Dina Byrnes.
# Dina, Dina, fofina #
# Banana fana fofina #
# I love Di-Di-Dina #
# Byrnes #
You know, they say if you really wanna know
what a woman will look like
when she gets older, you should look at her mother.
Well, I'm a lookin' and I'm a likin'.
Look at her! Sweetness!
Good genes, the Byrnes gene pool.
Hey, hey, you.
Pam, I gotta tell you something
about... about this little dude right here.
In my first really passionate sexual awakening,
I did, in fact, lose my virginity
to our beautiful housekeeper, Isabel.
Greg, honey, that was in the past.
So why don't you come sit down?
No, no, honey, 'cause I have to get this off my chest, really.
The clip meeting Gaylord's father from Meet the Fockers (2004) with Blythe Danner, Robert De Niro
Ooh, it seems very nice.
Is that your father?
That is my father.
Hey! There you are.
What the heck is that contraption?
I thought you guys were flying in tonight.
I left a message yesterday We were driving...
Oh, I didn't get a message.
I left you like five messages.
Will you get over here and plant one on me.
Talking about messages.
I've been waiting so long to see you. My best buddy.
Good to see you.
Come here. Come here. Oh, I missed you.
Is this not the most handsome young man
you've ever seen in your life?
I used to call him a young Jewish Marlon Brando.
Can you believe
I conceived him with one testicle?
No, really. It's true.
I only have one because the other never dropped.
It's called an undescending testicle.
It's not uncommon, but look at him.
Imagine what he would have looked like if I had two.
That's a good icebreaker.
There's the sexiest second grade teacher
I've ever seen in my life.
That was a good one.
It gets her every time.
Goose bumps. She loves it.
I'm Dina Byrnes. It's so nice to meet you.
The pleasure is all mine, mon cheri.
You got to be the flower man.
That's right. Jack Byrnes, Pam's father.