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The clip A disasterous dinner Part 2 from Meet the Parents (2000) with Blythe Danner, Robert De Niro Amen. 0h, Greg, that was lovely. Thank you, Greg. That was interesting, too. 0h. That's a...that's a lovely vase. It looks great. Let me guess, is that one of your secret cameras, too, huh? Ah-booga-booga-booga! Whooh! Greg... That urn holds the remains of Jack's mother. 0h. I'm sorry. I'm so sorry. That... That's all right. You didn't know. I'm... That's our Gran-Gran. We like to think of her as watching over us as we eat. Love you, Ma. Miss you. Miss you every day. 0h, honey, why don't you read Greg your poem? 0h, no. He doesn't want to hear that. What? No, what poem? You see, when Jack had to retire for health reasons... That's a bunch of malarkey. ..the doctor thought it would be therapeutic if he expressed his emotions in an artistic way. You wrote a beautiful poem about your mother. Please, we really want to hear it. Poem! Poem! Please? All right. It's a work in progress. I'm still not happy with it. As soon as it's ready, I'm going to glaze it onto a plate and put it next to the urn. Nice. It's very special. My Mother...by Jack Byrnes. You gave me life, you gave me milk, you gave me courage. Your name was Angela, the angel from heaven. But you were also an angel of God, and He needed you, too.
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The clip A disasterous dinner Part 3 from Meet the Parents (2000) with Robert De Niro, Blythe Danner Selfishly, I tried to keep you here, while the cancer ate away your organs, like an unstoppable rebel force, but I couldn't save you, and I shall see your face nevermore, nevermore, nevermore. Until we meet in Heaven. 0h... Daddy, that's beautiful. It just gets me... Amazing. So-so-so much love, yet also so much...information. It takes a lot out of him. Greg, would you like some yams? Thank you. 0h, yeah. You must have had vegetables fresher than that growing up on a farm. Dad, Greg grew up in Detroit. He told me he grew up on a farm. Do they have many farms in Detroit? No, Dina. Not a lot. In fact, Jack, I should clarify this. I didn't actually grow up... on a farm per se. The house that we grew up in was originally erected in the early Dutch farm... colonial style. So, that plus we had a lot of pets... Which one did you milk then? Dad! Honey, he said he'd pumped milk. What have you ever milked? Cat. A cat? I milked a cat once. You wanna hear a story? Sure. My sister had a cat and the cat birthed a litter of kittens. There must have been 30 of them. There was this runt, this sweet little, Little-Engine-That-Could runt who could...
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The clip A disasterous dinner Part 4 from Meet the Parents (2000) with Ben Stiller, Robert De Niro Wanted to get up there but couldn't really get access to the... To the...uh...teat. Teat? Dad. What have you. I went in and just simply... You know, just... Into a little saucer. And then took the saucer and fed it to Geppetto. That was his name. Geppetto. I had...I had no idea you could milk a cat. You can milk anything with nipples. I have nipples. Could you milk me? 0K, can we change the subject, perhaps? 0h, champagne! I thought we could celebrate with some bubbly. That'd be great. Good idea. "I have nipples. Can you milk me?" Well, in a funny way you've already seen Deb's ring. Mm-hm. That's true. Would anybody care for some of 0yster Bay's finest champagne? That is so sweet of you. Isn't that a nice gesture? Yeah, very nice. How could I have seen Debbie's ring? When I gave Bob the 0K, I put him in touch with my diamond guy and he picked the exact same design that Kevin gave you. Kevin your old boyfriend? Thanks, Dad. Kevin was Pam's fianc?. 0hh! 0h. Argh! 0h! 0hh! 0h! 0h, my God! Jinxy, no! Psst! 0hh... Jinxy, no! Shit!
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