Don't try to rob DeNiro from Ben Stiller
Cause I'll meet you Fockers with a cold right, that's a chinchilla
This is a play on words that snowballs as it moves along. “Rob DeNiro” is a famous actor known for playing tough guys. He is also a famous and proud New Yorker. When Joell warns against trying to “rob” Deniro, he is stepping into the tough guy New Yorker persona.
He also plays on the actors last name and the Spanish word for money, warning not to rob “dinero” from Ben Stiller.
He plays on the two actors names. If you ROB something, you would be a stealer (stiller).
His co-star in his most recently successful films at the box office was Ben Stiller. The first movie was “Meet the Parents” and the second one was “Meet the Fockers” as Focker was Stiller’s last name in the movie. Ortiz references the movie title with his slurred pronunciation of “fuckers”.
A cold right would be a right-handed punch to the face (possibly one that knocks you out cold) but to build on the concept of the cold, it chills the chin.
A chinchilla is also an animal whose fur is used to make jackets used to protect the wearer from cold weather.
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