LOOK WHO'S TALKING TOO(the synonym of "also" used in place of the number 2) was theatrically released just before Christmas 1990,a little over a year after the first film was released. Now,there are two talking babies named Mikey and Julie,voiced by Bruce Willis and Roseanne Barr,respectively. Barr was at the time,a fairly new television star bearing her first name. She had broken ground in 1988 with the sitcom co-starring John Goodman,who would be a sometime movie star himself. Kirstie Alley and John Travolta reprise their roles of Mollie and James,now a married couple. This film introduces Mollie's brother Stuart(Elias Koteas). Stuart is an accountant just like his sister. James is not driving taxis much anymore,his main job being an airline pilot(as what Travolta does in real life). One night,Stuart shows up at Mollie and James' apartment. James believes Stuart is a maniac who is scaring Mikey and Julie. In another scene,James returns home to a gun pointed at him by Stuart. Stuart mistook James for an intruder or a burglar. "Why do have a gun in my house?",a somewhat angry James asks him. "There are kids here!",James then says. When James goes to bed he refers to Stuart as "Travis Bickle",Robert DeNiro's character in the 1976 film "Taxi Driver". James is fed up with Stuart's presence in the Ubriaccos' home and suggests to Molly that he stay with Mollie's mom and dad. "They'd kill each other",she tells James. This leads to a heated argument causing the Ubriaccos to briefly separate. In a later scene,a fire breaks out in the kitchen,extinguished by James. Mikey and Julie exit the building via an elevator. A thief breaks into the Ubriaccos' apartment and is discovered and captured by Stuart. Mollie's best friend Rona(Twink Caplan),who was also in the first film,was so proud of Stuart's heroism that she suggested that she and Stuart marry,since they've been romantically involved. In the last scene,James,Mollie,Mikey,Julie,Stuart,Rona and Mollie's and Stuart's mom and dad are all picnicking somewhere.