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However, small cracks begin to form between Jack and the Fockers, due to their contrasting personalities. The meet gets off to a bad start when a chase between the Fockers' sexually active dog, Moses, and the Byrnes's cat, Jinx, culminates with Jinx flushing Moses down the RV's toiletforcing Bernie to destroy it to save Moses. Later, Bernie accidentally injures Jack's back during a game of football. Meanwhile, Pam informs Greg that she's pregnant, and the two decide to keep it secret from Jack.
Jack again becomes suspicious of Greg's character when they are introduced to the Fockers' housekeeper, Isabel Villalobos, with whom Bernie reveals Greg had a sexual affair fifteen years before.
Jack later takes the RV to Isabel's year-old son, Jorge, to fix the toilet, but is disturbed by Jorge's striking resemblance to Greg, and the fact that Jorge never met his father, and jumps to the conclusion that he might be Greg's son with Isabel. Growing envious of Bernie and Roz's active sex life, Dina consults Roz on sex tips in order to seduce Jack, but none of them works.
Greg and Jack's relationship is again put to the test when Greg is left alone to babysit Little Jack, whom Jack has been raising via the Ferber method. Despite Jack's strict instructions to leave Little Jack to self-soothe, Greg is unable to stand listening to Little Jack's cries and tends to the boy to cheer him up by hugging him, putting Elmo's World on TVand acting funny, but inadvertently teaches him the word "asshole. After a furious argument with the Fockers and his own family though amends are quickly madeJack resumes his spying on Greg and sends Greg and Jorge's hair samples for a DNA test, while inviting Jorge to the Fockers' planned engagement party in the hope of getting Greg to admit he is Jorge's father.
Yes, a lot of newspapers have business and sports in the same section. Let's check out and see what happened last week, Heidi. Another good one for Wall Street and for investors.
You can see here even without trading on Friday, we still managed some nice gains. And you can see here, the Dow was up over 1 percent last week, which is significant, because it's only up about 3 percent for the year, as we wind down towards January 1 here. What's happening this morning? The futures are higher. The Asian markets are mixed.
The economic fallout from the tsunamis and earthquakes obviously is going to be huge, but still to be determined. And there is an awful lot of sorting out to be done there. Shifting gears, let's talk about football, a big weekend for all of those NFL team and for our anchors, particularly Soledad O'Brien. She cannot be stopped. She did so well she took the day off. Bill Hemmer also did so, his Bengals did, that he took the day off.
Yes, we did all right. What happened to me? The fight before Christmas, I lost that game. The Packers beat the Vikings. Yes, how sickening is that? That was a really good game, though. That was really an exciting game. It was in the beginning until the end.
Eli Manning let me down again. So what else is new? And Chad Pennington, Chad, it's not the media's fault. It's not about the media. Just play the game. You got yourself whooped. Stop beating up on the reporters.
God, did he set himself up for something yesterday? Well, it's -- you know, it's a difficult situation playing in New York for some people.
Yes, something like that. All right, Andy, thank you. Well, Prince is still pop royalty. But there is a new reason why you should start calling him "king. Oh, you've got to love him. How about we lighten things up a little bit, huh? It's time now for a Monday edition of "Second Pop" with all of our pop players. Josh Elliott, staff writer for "Sports Illustrated. Sigesmund, staff editor for "US Weekly.
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Thank you for being here. All right, let's talk about that guy, Mr. They're calling him now the king of pop. I thought that name belonged to somebody else. Well, as well they should. He, of course, grossed more millions of dollars than any other It was gazillions actually. It was actually gazillions and gazillions. Really because of people like yourself. You know, we over-teens, I guess, we can just say, you know, we still go to concerts.
And we still have relationships with artists that drive us out, even, you know, when the prices to tickets start approaching gross national product, you know, category. I'm sure he's right. And, you know, they don't anymore. I think it's just really the whole idea that the notion of a pop star has changed. They have play lists that we want to hear. We remember them growing up. I mean, there are a lot of things.
Yes, there is nostalgia in Prince songs. And I think what was amazing about musicology and his whole musicology tour is that this was propelled by word of mouth, really. I mean, everyone who saw it, it was sold out, people went multiple times, and they told people.
And it just kind of grew and grew and grew. It wasn't so much that there was a huge marketing campaign for it. Yes, and he played, too. He played the hits. Yes, it was amazing. He gave you the songs you wanted.
The other thing, though, was You had "Purple Rain" on dance. It was almost like "Unplugged". And you could afford to go. And the flip side of that, of course, is that Prince did something like 95 shows this summer, and Madonna only did He did a lot more. But also remember this: He can perform, and he can sing. In the actual sense of the word.
You don't have to perform anymore. They just become pop stars. Do you know who is really upset about this? She's at Caesar's Palace every night. And she didn't even get the highest-ranking sales. I really did, too. Anyway, how about "Meet the Fockers", B. And I have really been careful about how I've been saying that. You don't realize it, but Christmas Day was on a Saturday this year, which meant a lot fewer people went to the movies.
But this thing still, though, was the biggest Christmas Day movie of all time. And it was basically because the movie fit the holiday weekend theme. It's about two families coming together in a culture clash. And you cannot discount the Barbra Streisand factor. What says Christmas like than Barbra Streisand?
It was her first movie in eight years. And she's been so serious and political lately people forgot that she was funny.
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She is the funny girl, right? She's flirty in this movie. She plays a sex therapist for seniors. So she pulled it off.Meet the Fockers (12/12) Movie CLIP - Tasered and Arrested (2004) HD
She pulled it off. She wears a wig, funny enough. Was that a wig? Yes, that's a wig. I didn't know that. There is something for every single age group by decade in this movie. You know, there is the Ben Stiller for the young ones.
There is De Niro, Dustin Hoffman. I mean, it's like they perfectly planned it to appeal to every single person. But how -- Ben Stiller is like the Starbucks of movie actors now. Now, he has said over the weekend, he said that the reason why he thinks he got this story is so that it does not happen.
And there's another school of thought that says perhaps he got this story to let Tehran know that something might be going on right now. Conspiracy theorists are everywhere. We'll ask him about it. It is a New Year and a new you perhaps. Today, we'll meet five people starting a journey to better themselves. It is the beginning of the year, a time when many of us want to make some changes for the better. But to do that you probably have to break some old habits. Five participants are with us today.
They say they are ready to do just that. All five admit they have vices, and they want to change their lives. And we're here to help them do that -- Heidi. In fact, a few months ago, we asked you, our viewers, if you wanted to join us and break some bad habits. Thousands of you wrote in asking to participate in this year's health challenge, which we are calling our "New You Revolution.
Sanjay Gupta is going to work with these five people as they try to break their bad habits. And it's going to be fairly easy, I think, with this crowd.
We'll see how it goes. Let's introduce you to them. First, we have Leigh Ann Raynor. She's a minister in south Georgia with a loving congregation, but she has vices as well. One very bad one she's reluctant to tackle is her smoking. She also eats a lot of unhealthy food. She doesn't cook, and her parishioners love to cook for her. She also doesn't exercise. All of these bad habits contribute to an already worsening existing heart problem.
And there's Jonathan Karp. He's our youngest participant with a far too common bad habit, one that's not often discussed. Jonathan bites his nails, but he no longer wants to hide his hands or his habit. And he's looking for an end to this unsightly habit with some untraditional means. Thekla Fischer is an attorney and a newlywed who looks like she's on top of the world. But she has a lifestyle many of us can relate to. She works way too many hours, which leads to eating late at night and not taking the time to exercise.
She's hoping to change her ways so she'll be healthy and in top condition to start a family. Sandra Garth, she's a grandmother who is celebrating her 50th birthday today. Sandra knows a lot about health and fitness, but stress and her love of sweets have caught up with her.
And since she stopped exercising, she's also started getting arthritis a few years ago, the weight started creeping up. But Sandra wants to be healthier so she can keep up with her 2-year-old grandson whom she's caring for, while his mother and father are stationed in Iraq. And last, of course, but not least, meet Harald Fricker. Harald is a former long distance runner with pounds of excess baggage.
He exercises every day, but this father of two spends his day in front of the computer eating too many snacks and sometimes skipping meals. In fact, his kids sent in his application for this program asking us to help their dad. Sanjay calls you the fab five. We'll see how fab we are for the next eight weeks. Thekla, why don't you start us off? Your motivation for this program is what?
I'd like to get pregnant in the next six months or so. And before I do that, I'd like to be in peak condition, work on my immune system and my core strength. There's motivation enough in there. Jonathan, you have tried this many times before, my friend. How is it going to be different this time? How are you going to stop biting your nails? I just got engaged. My wedding is June I'll be doing this for my fiance, Erica ph. I'll try as hard as I can.