The clip planning parents meeting from Meet the Fockers (2004) with Dustin Hoffman, Barbra Streisand
Hello, you've reached the Fockers.
We're not around, so leave us a message. Goodbye.
Roz, how the hell do you shut this thing off?
I have no idea. Just press a button.
I'm pretty sure it's off.
Honey, you want a chimichanga?
I thought they gave you gas.
A little bit, but it's worth it.
Worth it for you, but I'm the one that gets the fumes.
Honey, I'm in the mood for a chimichanga.
So make a...
Hi, guys, it's me.
Dad, I told you six months ago
you have to change that message.
Anyway, I'm just calling to double check
'cause I didn't hear back from you.
You know that Pam and I are flying out to Oyster Bay today.
And, then, we're flying to Miami tomorrow with the Byrneses.
And our flight gets in 7:30,
so we should be at the house around 9:00.
So just give me a call back on my cell, okay?
'Cause I want to go over a few things
about Pam's dad and just, uh,
just some other stuff for the weekend.
All right. I love you, bye. Hey!
Hey, sweetie. How was your shift?
Oh! Guess what? What?
I delivered my first baby.
Oh, honey, I'm so proud of you.
It was incredible. I mean, just...
Just to be pulling this life force
out of this woman's...
You know, I mean, it was just so... It was...
The whole baby thing is... It's so cool.
That's great, honey. That's great.
So, uh, are you ready to go? I want to get to the airport early.
I know. Just give me a second.
You know how things always goes wrong.
The flight leaves in four hours.
I wish we could set a wedding date
without our parents actually having to meet.
Honey, this weekend is gonna be fine.
And your parents are great.
Oh, they're great in small doses.
Well, 48 hours in Coconut Grove is a small dose.
Besides, you've already won over my dad,
and that is the hard part.
Mmm. That is true.
I mean, I am still in the Byrnes family circle of trust, right?
You're firmly in the circle.
The clip christmas-tree-attack-1 from Gremlins (1984) with Zach Galligan. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film. Neat! Are you all right? I think so.
The clip wheres-your-car-duude from The Big Lebowski (1998) with John Goodman, Steve Buscemi. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film. Where is your car? Who's got your undies, Walter? Where's your car, Dude? You don't know, Walter? It was parked in a handicap zone. Perhaps they towed it. You fuckin' know it's been stolen. Well, certainly that's a possibility, Dude. Oh, fuck it. Where you goin', Dude? I'm goin' home, Donny. Phone's ringing, Dude. Thank you, Donny. Green. Some, brown or... Rust coloration. And was there anything of value in the car? ...a tape deck, some Creedence tapes, and there was a... my briefcase. In the briefcase? .. papers. You know just papers. You know, my papers. Business papers. And what do you do, Sir? I'm unemployed. My rug was also stolen. Your rug was in the car? No, here.