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Irreverent comedy sequel starring Robert De Niro and Ben Stiller.
Following her engagement to male nurse Greg Focker , Pam Byrnes and her family decamp to Florida to check out the prospective in-laws. But how will uptight ex-CIA man Jack Byrnes react to the free and easy lifestyle of hippy sex therapist Roz Focker and her husband Bernie?
Director Jay Roach (2004, 12)

Contributors

Unknown:
Robert de Niro
Unknown:
Ben Stiller.
Unknown:
Greg Focker
Unknown:
Pam Byrnes
Unknown:
Jack Byrnes
Unknown:
Roz Focker
Director:
Jay Roach
Jack Byrnes:
Robert de Niro
Greg Focker:
Ben Stiller
Bernie Focker:
Dustin Hoffman
Roz Focker:
Barbra Streisand
Dina Byrnes:
Blythe Danner

Duration: 1 hour, 50 minutes

on BBC Three

Ben Stiller and Robert De Niro star in the comedy sequel. Tensions rise when Pam's uptight parents are introduced to Greg's free-spirited mother and father. Show more

Contributors

Jack Byrnes:
Robert De Niro
Greg Focker:
Ben Stiller
Bernie Focker:
Dustin Hoffman
Rozalin Focker:
Barbra Streisand
Dina Byrnes:
Blythe Danner
Pam Byrnes:
Teri Polo
Kevin Rawley:
Owen Wilson
Little Jack:
Bradley Pickren
Little Jack:
Spencer Pickren
Director:
Jay Roach
Producer:
Jay Roach

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Formats

Regional Variations (2)

My Life As an Animal

BBC Three

My Life as an Animal

Episode 1: Pigs

Duration: 1 hour

on BBC Three

Series in which people volunteer to experience life as an animal. The volunteers sleep among pigs, eat like pigs and learn to speak like pigs, discovering a pig's life in Britain. Show more

Contributors

Executive Producer:
Richard McKerrow
Executive Producer:
Elliot Reed

Regional Variations (2)

EastEnders

BBC Three

EastEnders 2009

16/04/2009

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC Three

Available for years

Ronnie finally finds the strength she needs, while Shirley comes across drunk Phil. Max is stunned when Tanya tells him to move on and Nick lurks in the Square.

Contributors

Ronnie Mitchell:
Samantha Womack
Stacey Branning:
Lacey Turner
Andy Jones:
Aneirin Hughes
Charlie Slater:
Derek Martin
Phil Mitchell:
Steve McFadden
Shirley Carter:
Linda Henry
Heather Trott:
Cheryl Fergison
Dot Branning:
June Brown
Nick Cotton:
John Altman
Max Branning:
Jake Wood
Tanya Branning:
Jo Joyner
Lauren Branning:
Madeline Duggan
Peter Beale:
Thomas Law
Libby Fox:
Belinda Owusu
Darren Miller:
Charlie G Hawkins
Chelsea Fox:
Tiana Benjamin
Executive Producer:
Diederick Santer
Director:
Clive Arnold

Regional Variations (2)

My Life As an Animal

BBC Three

My Life as an Animal

Episode 1: Pigs

Duration: 1 hour

on BBC Three

Series in which people volunteer to experience life as an animal. The volunteers sleep among pigs, eat like pigs and learn to speak like pigs, discovering a pig's life in Britain. Show more

Contributors

Executive Producer:
Richard McKerrow
Executive Producer:
Elliot Reed

Regional Variations (2)

Snog, Marry, Avoid?

BBC Three

Snog Marry Avoid?

Series 2

Episode 7

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC Three

Jenny Frost presents a make-under show. POD and Jenny meet disco dancing Paige from Liverpool, mosh-pit Barbie Lara and Samantha, who goes out wearing just her underwear. Show more

Regional Variations (2)

Don't Tell the Bride

BBC Three

Don't Tell the Bride

Series 1

Episode 2: JP and Majita

Duration: 1 hour

on BBC Three

Series in which weddings are planned by the groom alone. JP and Majita are given 12,000 pounds towards the wedding, but Majita must know nothing until the big day. Show more

Regional Variations (2)

Young Mums' Mansion: The Dads Arrive

Episode 10: Changed My Life

Duration: 1 hour

on BBC Three

Single mums and dads share a house with their children. The parents reflect on the month in the mansion and on how living in the commune has changed their lives. Show more

BBC Three

About BBC Three

The BBC’s multi-platform service for 16 to 34s, innovating with breakthrough comedy, stand-out entertainment, brave documentary and intellectual factual content.

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