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Meet the Parents is a American comedy written by Jim Herzfeld and John Hamburg and directed by Jay Roach. Starring Robert De Niro and Ben Stiller, the . He featured in Holly Willoughby's dating show Meet The Parents and E4's Five Star Hotel alongside Holly Hagan and Spencer Matthews. The Inbetweeners is a British coming-of-age sitcom television series, which originally aired on Damon Beesley and Iain Morris met as producers on Channel 4's The 11 O'Clock Show. In the first episode, he has been transferred from a private school, following his parents' divorce, to Rudge Park Comprehensive, where.
Bob tells Greg of Jack's original intention to name him as successor, "The Bobfather", and his relief and happiness at leaving Jack's family makes Greg slightly uncomfortable.
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Eventually, following a row at a clinic, Greg escapes to his and Pam's unfinished new house, where Andi turns up. She tries to cheer him up with takeout and wine, but she drinks so much wine also popping many erection pills that she gets excessively drunk and makes an eccentric, extremely aggressive sexual pass on Greg.
Jack, looking for Greg so he can apologize to him and bring him home, pulls up to the house and sees through the window what looks like Greg and Andi having sex, although Greg is actually trying to rebuff Andi's advances.
Disgusted, Jack leaves, and tells Dina and Pam that he couldn't find Greg.
Greg's parents Bernie Hoffman and Roz Streisand rejoin the family at the twins' birthday party the next day. Enraged at Greg's apparent infidelity, Jack engages him in a physical fight, despite Greg claiming that Andi was drunk and he was rebuffing her.
The fight culminates with Jack having a heart attack and collapsing, and Greg quickly taking charge of the situation and looking after Jack. As paramedics take him away, Jack quietly admits that he believes Greg after feeling his carotid artery, which remained stable while Greg was claiming his innocence.
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Impressed with Greg for his integrity and quick thinking, Jack approves Greg to be the Godfocker. Four months later, on Christmas Day, Greg and Pam's parents come to spend Christmas with them in their new house.
Greg's parents who are Jewish give Jack a kippah as his present, informing him that while they were nursing him back to health they traced his family roots and discovered that he is part Jewish which doesn't impress Jack. She is very confident and a year above the four boys.
Unlike most of the popular girls, Charlotte is very friendly and genuinely likes Will and most other classmates. She mentions to Will that she has had "eleven lovers already", and is held in very high regard by the boys. Gilbert Greg Davies is an archetypal comprehensive school teacher.
Misanthropic and permanently bitter, he has no interest in his work and treats his pupils with utter contempt. As head of sixth form, he answers to the headmaster of the school.
Physically, he is very tall and strongly built, which everyone finds quite intimidating, being described by Will as a "lunatic giant".
He has a biting wit and sarcasm, which he uses to convey his hatred of his job and the children for whose care he is responsible. Will attempts to endear himself often with Mr Gilbert and is rebuffed. Mr Gilbert evidently wants a quiet life and rather than ensuring fairness between the children he merely defuses situations and moves on, often leaving things unresolved. He takes a particular dislike to Will from day one.
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Mark Donovan Henry Lloyd-Hughes is Will's nemesis, often picking on him to fulfill his role as the school bully. Like many bullies, Donovan displays the pretence of being polite and quiet in front of parents or teachers.
However, he occasionally reveals his sensitive side to Will, though threatens him with death if he speaks of it. She is very attractive and a principal object of Will's friends' desires, who often crudely mention how they would like to see her sexually. Neil has often asked Will if he can ask her out, with Will always saying no.
Alan Cooper Martin Trenaman is Simon's kind and thoughtful Dad, though he often embarrasses him when talking about his amorous adventures with his mother. He regularly belittles Jay in front of his peers, and does not take him seriously regarding his sexual exploits.
He is very similar to Jay in ways as they have a similar sense of sexual 'humour' as Jay gets multiple traits from him. He is divorced and is often portrayed as a closeted gay man, which he always denies.
The boys frequently make fun of Neil because of this. Big John John Seaward is a fellow student. John is one of the new kids who start school on the same day as Will. He is often referred to as one of the freaks and is often seen as a social outcast whom the boys try to avoid.