A double-helping of comedies from director Jay Roach. 'Meet the Parents' (2000) sees male Nurse Greg Focker (Ben Stiller) wanting to propose to his girlfriend Pam (Teri Polo) while at her parent's house for the weekend. But he must ask her ever suspicious father Jack (Robert De Niro) first and Jack has already taken an immediate dislike to Greg. A series of disasters, including failing a lie detector test, occur as Greg tries his best to please Pam's father and the rest of the family. Even Pam now has doubts as to why she loves Greg. In the follow-up, 'Meet the Fockers' (2004), Greg (Stiller) has finally married Pam Byrne (Polo) after managing to win the blessing of her irrascible, ex-CIA operative father Jack (De Niro). But Jack, ferociously protective of his daughter, wants to see exactly what kind of family his new son-in-law comes from, and why on earth they would name their child Gaylord M. Focker? Setting off for Miami, Greg prepares for the worst as he introduces his liberal lawyer father, Bernie (Dustin Hoffman), and his sex-therapist mother, Roz (Barbara Streisand).
Meet The Fockers:
Audio commentary from director Jay Roach
'Inside The Litter Box': behind the scenes footage with mischievous Jinx the cat!
'The Manary Gland' featurette
'Fockers Family Portrait': a spotlight on Bernie, Greg and Roz Focker
'Adventures Of A Baby Wrangler' featurette
Matt Lauer meets the Fockers
Trailer of 'Lemony Snicket's A Series Of Unfortunate Events'
Meet The Parents - Special Edition: Outtakes
'De Niro Unplugged': a deleted scene of Robert De Niro singing 'Love Is In The Air' at the wedding
'Preparing To Meet The Fockers': the cast reveals the inside story of Greg and Pam's disaster-prone romance and the hilarious events leading up to the even more outrageous sequel!
'The Truth About Lying': a polygraph expert from the NBC series 'Meet My Folks' reveals the eye-opening truth about detecting deception
'Silly Cat Tricks': the film's animal wrangler reveals how she trained Jinx the cat for his on-screen antics and shows viewers how to teach their own felines some wild and crazy tricks