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Look Who’s Talking Too

1990 –  Director Amy Heckerling’s nanny called in to complain as to how inappropriate Gilbert was.  She had had to pick him up to take him to Amy’s house because he was too cheap to pay for a cab.  She has a German accent, and Gilbert asked where she was from, and after she told him she was a German Jew and her parents had been in a Concentration Camp, he spent the rest of the night making horrible Holocaust jokes.  Howard said this was a really great director.  She has made Clueless and Fast Times and Ridgemont High.  When Gilbert said he met her when he did this movie, Howard said that he’d thought she was a good director.  He didn’t realize she’d made this one.  The nanny said the movie was good except where Gilbert was in it.  She says she still has nightmares about this night, and it was 5 years ago.

In December, 2013, Kirstie Alley was in studio, and she talked about being in love with both Patrick Swayze during the making of North & South and then John Travolta during Look Who’s Talking, Too.but that she never acted out on either.  She is still good friends with Travolta, and is best friends with his wife, even though she knew they were flirting while the movie was being filmed.

Look Who’s Talking Too on IMDb

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