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Look Who's Talking Too
Directed by Amy Heckerling
Written by Amy Heckerling
Neal Israel
Starring John Travolta
Kirstie Alley
Elias Koteas
Twink Caplan
Olympia Dukakis
with the voices of:
Bruce Willis
Roseanne Barr
Mel Brooks
Damon Wayans
Distributed by TriStar Pictures
Release date(s) December 14, 1990
Running time 81 minutes
Country  United States
Language English
Preceded by Look Who's Talking
Followed by Look Who's Talking Now

Look Who's Talking Too is the 1990 sequel to the commercially successful movie Look Who's Talking (1989). It stars John Travolta and Kirstie Alley as the parents of Mikey (voiced by Bruce Willis), a toddler coping with the newest addition to the family, baby Julie (voiced by Roseanne Barr).



The movie picks up with Mollie (Kristie Alley) and James (John Travolta) kissing on their bed. Mikey (voice of Bruce Willis) gets scared and calls James into the room. James goes to check on him and when he returns to Mollie, their kissing leads to intercourse and the film cuts to James' sperm cells traveling to Mollie's egg. Mollie and James tell Mikey that he's got to be potty trained. Mollie discovers she's pregnant and James is working diligently. Mikey learns that with his little sister, Julie, on the way, he has to be a responsible big brother. When Julie is about to be born, her umbilical cord gets caught around her neck, putting her in distress. She is born through a c-section and is taken to the nursery.

When she and Mikey meet, Mikey says hello, and Julie asks, "Who's this asshole?" Mikey gets jealous of Julie immediately. One day, Mikey and his playmate Eddie (voice of Damon Wayans) try to walk off with Julie's stroller and decide to ditch her at the zoo. Mollie stops the boys and when she does she catches them with a crack pipe (which greatly disgusts and frightens her). The parents fight about Mollie's brother Stuart (Elias Koteas) staying there lead to Mollie kicking out James. Stuart soons develops a romance with Mollie's best friend Rona (Twink Caplan) and they even start dating. Mikey is upset about James being gone and out of anger, he tears up one of Julie's favorite stuffed penguin (which she calls her "friend"). James occasionally hangs out with his kids (including scamming their way into a movie theater) and has fun with them.

One day, Julie sees the head of her stuffed penguin (the one that Mikey tore apart) and decides to learn to walk and leave. She manages to walk to without support and Mollie sees this and is excited calling James and Stuart. Mikey realizes one night that he hasn't been very nice to Julie and decides to try to be nice to her.

Mollie realizes that she needs James to help her. She dresses up for him and gets back together with him. A few days later, Mikey uses the toilet and calls his parents, James, and Mollie, who are immensely proud of him. Mollie exclaims that she hasn't felt that happy about Mikey since he was born.

One night, Mollie watches the news and learns that storms are all around the area. She goes to get James before he takes off, leaving Stuart with Mikey and Julie. At some point in time, a burglar breaks in and runs when Stuart comes in with his unloaded gun. Stuart is completely oblivious to the fact that he left paper on a hot stove, causing it to catch fire. The paper falls off the stove causes a bigger fire. Mikey and Julie panic and Mikey pushes Julie out of the apartment and saves himself and Julie from the fire while James gets the police and arrests the thief. Rona arrives and once she hears about how Stuart helped saved the day, she falls deeper in love with him. She asks Stuart to marry her and he agrees. Mollie and James ask where Mikey and Julie are. They see the smoke in the apartment and run in to get the kids, who arrived in the elevator. James runs in and gets the fire extinguisher and puts out the fire.

The next day, James, Mollie, and Mollie's parents talk, while Mikey explains to Julie why he saved her from the fire and they start to get along.


Alternate versions

On Fox Family, instead of John Travolta saying "Don't make me look like an asshole," he said, "Don't make me look like a jackass."

When the movie airs on ABC Family, many of the film's deleted scenes (such as Mollie threatening Mikey with a spanking if he takes his sister away again) are shown.


The film is notable for coming out so soon after the original and for being extremely short. The famous TriStar Pictures theme music, composed by Dave Grusin, was played during the scene when baby Julie practices walking. A variation exists at the beginning of the logo when Bruce Willis (voice of Mikey) was doing a Mister Ed imitation.


The bum teaser at the end of the original Look Who's Talking portrayed Joan Rivers, under the pseudonym "Baby Guess", providing the voice of baby Julie. Due to scheduling conflicts, she declined the role.

Also appearing are Olympia Dukakis, Elias Koteas, and Gilbert Gottfried. Further vocal talents include Damon Wayans and Mel Brooks. This film was followed by another sequel, Look Who's Talking Now, in 1993. Baby actors in the film included Lorne Sussman and Megan Milner.


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