Meet the Fockers (2004): Argument over Child-raising

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The clip argument over child-raising from Meet the Fockers (2004) with Blythe Danner, Ben Stiller Oh, Greg...
The clip argument over child-raising from Meet the Fockers (2004) with Blythe Danner, Ben Stiller Oh, Greg. Hey. How's the little guy doing? Everything is just as good as new. Yeah. Dad, come on. Is he all right? He's asleep. I don't care if they did call you Larry Poppins. You are completely unfit to handle a child. It was Barry Poppins. What kind of sick cocktail were you gonna make my grandson? Jack, the baby's teething. I told Greg to give him some rum to ease the pain. It was your idea? Yes. What is wrong with you people? I used to rub bourbon on Denny's gums. Yeah! Look what happened to him. Greg, you couldn't follow a simple set of instructions? Jack, he was screaming. So I went in and gave him a little attention. Okay? He's learning to self-soothe. These setbacks are disastrous for his development. The child is adorable, but you're not raising Little Buddha over here. Mom. What are you saying? I'm saying that I've seen that kid eat at least 15 boogers since he's been here and I've got news for you, Jack, prodigies don't eat their own boogers. And I have news for you. Prodigies don't come in 10th place every time either. Okay, Dad. That's my fiance. I'm sorry. I've never seen people celebrate mediocrity the way you do. Because we love our son? We hug our son? Let's get down to it. The truth is, you're so concerned about that Little Jack, but I think that it's the Little Jack in you who's crying out for a hug. The Little Jack in me? Jack, you have issues. I'm trying to understand why you run around with a rubber boob strapped to your chest. Were you ever breastfed? Mom, stop. Key question. My guess is no. Spare me the drugstore psychology. Everybody! All right. Everybody just... Everybody just stop, okay? Jack, I am not going to make any excuses. Yes, Little Jack wouldn't stop crying so I gave him some hugs and I let him watch TV. I went to answer the phone, I was gone a second, I came back in, he let himself out of the playpen, he put on Scarface,