The Nutty Professor (1996): Dinner with the Klumps

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The clip Dinner with the Klumps from The Nutty Professor (1996) There's nothing like being with family! I ...
The clip Dinner with the Klumps from The Nutty Professor (1996) There's nothing like being with family! I am hungry. Come on now. Carla, where are you from? Chicago. Oh, Chicago! We have family there. Windy City, huh? I was workin' on a skyscraper in Chicago once and my lunch blew off the 27th floor. Yeah, I figure your fat ass would remember somebody's sandwich flyin' off a building. Oh, baby, eat some bread. Miss Purty, are you and Sherman havin' relations? That's a good question. Uh, no, Grandma. It's not like like that. We're colleagues. Oh. We just work together. That's how it start out colleagues. Me and your grandfather was colleagues. Next thing you know he's on top of me in the shed, pumpin' and a-sweatin'. It's not like that. Will you hush up? You never brought a girI home. The least you can do is let us talk to her. Yeah, I'd like to get to know her a little better myself. Ain't nothing wrong with havin' relations. Don't be ashamed of that. Relations is beautifuI. When I was young I used to always have relations. Every night, if a nice gentleman bring me flowers and candy, take me to a movie, show me a lovely evenin', then I would take him home and give him hot, lovely relations. Relations is a beautifuI thing. It's nothing to be ashamed of. Especially two young people. That blowhole. Cletus! Sometimes when I'm alone, I relate to myself. I can relate. Oh, Mama. I don't wanna hear this shit while I'm eatin'. Cletus! I'm gonna kill you later. Carla, do you like children? Yes. Oh, that's wonderfuI. I can't wait for Sherman to bring me home some grandbabies. I know you're gonna enjoy making them babies. Got those childbearing hips. Baby'll pop right out. Your family got any money? I ain't payin' for no big-ass wedding. I know a wonderfuI minister. What religious background are you? I still got my wedding dress. If you want it, I'll take it in. You'd look so lovely in it. It's white, though. Can you wear a white wedding dress, young lady? Now, Sherman, you can wear a white tuxedo. 'Cause you know Sherman