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How To Not Get Sued By The Jacques Cousteau Family

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If the great Jacques Cousteau was alive to celebrate his 101st birthday today, we would buy him 101 tiny red hats for 101 jaguar sharks. In today's video lunch, see how Wes Anderson and the Touchstone family addressed the issue of "homage" before releasing The Life Aquatic.