Wedding Crashers | 2005
Clip Name: Planning-The-Crash
Oh! Baba ganoush.
What do we got?
Christmas come early.
The Secretary of the Treasury.
The guy you loved since business school. Don't thank me.
I don't know. I mean, I thought the season was over.
I was looking forward to kinda taking a break for a little bit.
John, what are you talking about?
This is the Kentucky Derby of weddings.
It's the Clearys. They're an American institution.
Pal, there's gonna be over 200 single women at this wedding.
Not to mention, if you look here, they've got three live bands, they got oysters, snacks, phenomenal finger food.
I'm tired, okay? My feet hurt. My voice is hoarse.
Oh, please don't take a turn to negative town.
What are you talking about? Who's getting negative?
Well, at the Buckner nuptials you were sitting and sulking in the corner.
I wasn't sulking. I twisted my ankle.
Do not sit in the corner and sulk:
It draws attention to you in a negative way.
Draw attention to yourself, but on your own terms.
Please don't quote the rules to me, I know them.
When Chaz Reinhold passed the sacred rules of wedding crashing onto us
12 years ago, he gave us a legacy.
You make it sound like a cult, okay?
And from everything you've told me about Chaz, he sounds like a kook!
You bite your tongue. Chaz Reinhold is not a kook!
He is a brave and a decent man. He is a pioneer!
He lived with his mother till he was 40! She tried to poison his oatmeal!
Erroneous on both counts!
What you should be worried about is not Chaz Reinhold, who is in the hall of fame.
What you should be worried about is you're getting sloppy.
Now, if you sit there and expect me to go out on a limb and try to pull off the greatest crash of all time,
I gotta know that your head's right.