The Big Lebowski (1998): A Tour in Lebowski's Estate

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The clip A tour in Lebowski's estate from The Big Lebowski (1998) with Philip Seymour Hoffman, Jeff Bridges...
The clip A tour in Lebowski's estate from The Big Lebowski (1998) with Philip Seymour Hoffman, Jeff Bridges This is the study. As you can see, the various commendations... "Jeffrey Lebowski. " Honorary degrees, etcetera. very impressive. Oh, please feel free to inspect them. Oh, no, I'm not really that Oh, please, please. That is the key to the city of Pasadena, Which Mr. Lebowski received 2 years ago In recognition of his various civic... Oh, that's the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce Business Achiever Award, which is given oh, not necessarily given every year. Hey, is this, is this him with Nancy? Yes, indeed, that is Mr. Lebowski with the first lady, yes. it was taken when That's, Lebowski on the left there? Yeah, of course. Mr. Lebowski on the left so he's a cripple Uh, you know, a handicapped guy? Mr. Lebowski is disabled, yes. Uh, this picture was taken when Mrs. Reagan was first lady of the nation, Yes, yes. Not of California. Pope John. .. in fact, he met privately with the President, though unfortunately, There wasn't enough time for a photo opportunity. Oh, Nancy's pretty good. Oh, wonderful woman. we're very happy these are... oh, those are Mr. Lebowski's children, so to speak. Different mothers, huh? Racially, pretty cool. They're not literally his children. They're the little Lebowski Urban Achievers, Inner-city children of promise but without the necessary means for necessary means for a higher education. So Mr. Lebowski is committed to sending all of them to college. Excuse me. Thank you. Thank you. Far out. Think he's got room for one more? You never went to college. Please, don't touch that. Yeah, no, I did, but, you know, I spent most of my time, um, occupying various administration buildings, smoking a lot of thai stick, breaking into the R.O.T.C., and bowling. to tell you the truth, Brandt, I don't remember most of it.