Plot[ edit ] Andy Stitzer is a year-old virgin who lives alone, his apartment filled with his collection of action figures and video games. At a poker game with his co-workers David, Cal, Mooj and Jay, when conversation turns to past sexual exploits, they learn that Andy is still a virgin, and resolve to help him lose his virginity. The men give Andy various and sometimes contradictory pieces of advice, both on his appearance and how to interact with women. Cal advises Andy to simply "ask questions", which he practices on bookstore clerk Beth, who quickly becomes intrigued by him. David gives Andy his porn collection, encouraging him to masturbate. Mooj stresses to Andy the importance of love in a relationship.
Technology has put us on the brink of artificially intelligent androids taking over the planet and enslaving human beings for food and mitochondrial energy, and, worse, Hollywood has figured out how to give actresses not willing to show their real boobs some quite high-quality fake funbags to flash onscreen. It's some devious combination of prosthetics and lighting and maybe a hint of CGI or some such halfway benevolent technology being now used for such illicit and destructive purposes. The latest crime in this regard is Leslie Mann and her bare-puppy in the upcoming Judd Apatow film, This Is 40, the sequel of some sorts to Knocked Up, which was a good movie, and devoid of fake knocker flashes as far as we know. For Leslie Mann, Judd's wife, this is her second such offense in regard to artificially flaunted melons onscreen.