"Cousin Dupree" (2000)
Becker and Fagen may have been all grown up when they returned with their multi-Grammy-winning 2000 comeback album, Two Against Nature, but they still couldn't keep their minds out of the gutter. Case in point: this tale of a deadbeat dude's futile attempts to seduce his younger cousin. As always, their portrayal of misguided middle-age lust was creepily spot-on: "Honey how you've grown/Like a rose/Well, we used to play/When we were three/How about a kiss for your cousin Dupree?" The song would later lead to a bizarre flap with Owen Wilson, when the pair claimed – facetiously or not, it was hard to say – that the premise for his 2006 movie You, Me and Dupree was lifted from the tune.