As Toula feared, her numerous well-meaning female relatives take over much of the wedding plans, while the men keep testing Ian. Voula seems to fill the void left by the travel agency by taking an almost impertinent interest in her family's affairs.
After Gus lands in the hospital and Maria refuses to go, saying she is not his wife, Gus pleads for her to marry him again. Other than spiking Windex salesnot exactly.
Over the years, I've heard from everybody about what the sequel should be. When Toula invites Ian's quiet, reserved parents to meet her parents at their home, she insists that it be a simple dinner with just the six of them.
How does the movie portray Greek-American culture? Both Ian and Toula are deeply touched by Gus's generosity. White, the Portokalos' neighbor, who tends to complain about the Portokalos family's antics.
She tends to tell people disturbing stories about her medical issues and sex life with her husband Taki, much to Toula's annoyance. She seems to have mellowed out into a more eccentric, but lovable elderly Greek woman, who no longer mistakes her family for Turks.