Where the guy gave you the passports and the documents. I mean, can you ever really trust another human being, Greg? Just gotta do one more thing. Jack: Yes or no, Greg? In hours, I'm having a wedding here, so I need my cesspool pumped now! I don't want to check my bag. I am done with the checking of the bags conversation. I mean, every chance he gets, he tries to dig, squat and bury.
Are you gonna go with the guys with the earmuffs and put it in there? It's can you deal with that?! Oh, that was easy, Greg. I saw a light on, and I kinda stumbled in. I thought Deb told you. If you can get it from my kung fu grip, then you can have it. I wouldn't want to-- No, I think he'd like to show you tonight. Must've been of them, and there was this one little runt.
Jack: Are you a pothead, Focker? And the only way that I would ever let go of my bag would be if you came over here right now and tried to pry it from my dead, lifeless fingers, okay? You stupid son of a bitch! If you married my daughter, would you support her. Did I not clearly explain the circle of trust to you, Greg? Dina: Jack can't talk Thai. My goodness, what is that? I said It's not like I have a bomb. Denny:Oh, it's a sculpture i found in Greg's jacket. See, Greg, if you yell at a dog, his ears will go down and his tail will cover his genitals even if he's done nothing wrong. Greg Focker: How could you not tell me this? Your daddy didn't tell you? I have nothing but the best intentions with Pam, and I-I just-- Actually, there's something in the suitcase here that I'm planning on giving her. Oh, no, no, no, Greg, we made up the pullout for you down in the den.
What are you two doing in here? Why don't you tell me? Why don't you tell me? I mean, I'm just more of a dog kind of, you know. This is Pam's cat, Jinxy. You go through it, make sure it's all there? Okay, unless you want some privacy. One of those things, isn't it, sweetheart? Let's just say you have kids. Winky is still on Chicago time, and we both know there's only one way to make Mr. The house we grew up in was originally erected. Why don't you try that on? Jack: That smell Bob, is our shit! Greg: Would you let me and Pam sleep in the same room? You're in a real mess.
Flight Attendant: There's no need to raise your voice, sir. Part of you wishes you ended up with him. No, I'm-- I'm not-- I-- I pass on grass all the time. How does he know Bob? I acted like a complete idiot, and I hope that you can forgive me. Dina: It always gets me.
Jack: If I lighten up, would you consider marrying my daughter? Dina: Oh, Greg, that was lovely. I bet he could, uh, whittle a private little dance floor for the two of you. I'm in love with you. Well, you probably know it as a jopa. I love you so much. I think you've got some serious issues. I'm still not happy with it.
I want to try to respect his rules, okay? If I lighten up, would you consider marrying my daughter? I just got a crick in my neck. Are you a homeowner, Greg? Weird guy: You can just buy a whole lot of mums. What line of work are you in? Our cameras are motion-activated, so they begin taping as soon as they sense any movement. Greg: Thanks a lot, Denny. Oh, that's just a little something from me. His clothes are also an olive green in the scene.
The potential in-laws are, of course, the opposite of Jack, a pair of randy, touchy-feely fun-lovers. Which isn't bad, considering I carved it all by hand from one piece of wood. I don't-- I don't hate cats. Now, for the floor that you're walking on, I chose this Bolivian wormwood. Focker flushed the toilet in the den and the septic tank overflowed! My pajamas are in the suitcase with everything else.
That cat's been like a brother to you. I am going to need your baggage claim number again. All I wanna do is hold onto my bag and not listen to you! But cats make you work for their affection. Dina Byrnes: It always gets me. Do you want to marry her? You see, when Jack had to retire.