Corrected entry: The outside of the Byrnes home in this sequel is different from the home in "Meet The Parents". In the first movie, there are dormer windows on the second floor. In the sequel, the front of the house looks completely different with no dormer windows.
Corrected entry: After the party, when Bernard is lying under the motor home, Jack honks the horn and it does not fully play its music. That cannot be possible.
Corrected entry: When the family is eating at the dinner table, Jack goes on about the reason he uses things like baby monitors and then there is silence. Just before Gregg says, "he's right" look at Bernard Focker's face, he is obviously about to burst out laughing.
Corrected entry: When Jack is about to get out of the shower and he sees Moses and Bernie also in the bathroom and Bernie is sitting on the toilet. If you look at Jack, you can see the dark bathing suit he is wearing. (00:49:40)
Corrected entry: In the scene where Greg gets shot by the taser, there is a shot of the officer and Greg is on the floor, but the cord that is supposedly connected to Greg is very easily seen running off screen in the opposite direction to Greg. Then in the next shot it is running towards Greg. (01:40:10)
Corrected entry: When the "Wall of Gaylord" is revealed and everyone heads out to the the lagoon, Greg is left standing and looking at the shrine. On one of the awards his name is noted as "Gaylorck Focker" instead of "Gaylord".
Corrected entry: When Greg's dad lies down in front of the bus, to stop Mr. Byrnes from leaving, he calls his son Ben, instead of Greg or Gaylord.
Corrected entry: In the scene in which a big deal is made that the baby's "first word" is an obscenity. This isn't his first word, though. Much earlier in the movie when the housekeeper, Isabelle, appears during the fondue dinner the baby says "mama" while reaching for her breasts. Everyone around the table is watching the baby as he does this, but all fail to notice that he spoke.
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