Lewis and his nerdy friends attend Booger's wedding to the daughter of a rich Republican, but nerd-haters in the family do everything possible to prevent the wedding going ahead. Meanwhile, Lewis awaits with eagerness the birth of his unborn foetal child... Written by
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Birds do it. Bees do it. Tonight see what happens when Nerds do it...
Did You Know?
Originally presented during the FOX television network's May 1994 "sweeps" for television network Nielsen ratings. The event called, "Fox-O-Rama" was presented in anaglyph 3-D and "Aroma-Vision", in which viewers were prompted to use "scratch 'n' sniff" cards from their "Fox-O-Rama" kits. The kits could have been picked up at participating 7-Eleven stores (selling locally for 35 cents). See more
At Booger's bachelor party, the spy camera is permanently fixed inside a statue, and is stationary. Later, when Jeanie's father shows the video to his family, the shots are panned, when they should have been stationary like the camera was. See more
How's my unborn grandson?
You mean you're unborn fetal son?
After the credits, it shows Lewis, Booger, Betty, Jeannie, and the new baby sitting around. Lewis and Booger talk for a moment and say "It's gonna be a great year" which is one of the phrases used on the first film. See more
Music by Garry Schyman
Lyrics by Allen Griff Rubens See more