Although it had no explicit nudity, the crude film was filled with non-stop risque jokes and some scatological humor (after unintentional food-poisoning).
The sassy story with a bachelorette-party-gone -awry subplot followed the misfortunes of single, mid-30s Annie Walker (Kristen Wiig), a failed bakery store owner (and now a miserable jewelry store clerk) who was asked to be one of the maids of honor at the wedding of Annie's best friend Lillian (Maya Rudolph) - marrying Annie's boyfriend Doug (Tim Heidecker).
One of the most talked-about scenes was of clumsy and awkward coitus between the romantically-unattached Annie and rude, dim-witted shallow, arrogant sex-buddy and playboy Ted (Jon Hamm), who admitted to her that she was his number three - or "third in line."Co-scripter and producer Adam Sandler teamed with director Tom Brady to create this universally-detested comedy and box-office bomb, which acquired six Razzie award nominations (Worst Picture, Worst Actor (Swardson), Worst Director, Worst Screenplay, Worst Screen Ensemble, and Worst Prequel/Remake/Rip-Off/Sequel (a poor imitation of the porn industry classic Boogie Nights (1997)).
The crudely-dumb, mostly-unfunny R-rated showbiz sex comedy was about nerdy, innocent, buck-toothed and foolish man-child Bucky Larson (Nick Swardson) who headed west from his small town in northern Iowa to become a porn star in Hollywood, after he inspiringly learned that his parents (Miriam Flynn and Edward Hermann) had been celebrities in the skin industry in the 1970s.
Fellow bridesmaids in the brilliant ensemble cast included Doug's crass sister Megan Price (Melissa Mc Carthy).
Rivalry occurred as plans for the festive wedding went into full-gear between Annie and wealthy Helen Harris (Rose Byrne), the beautiful and sophisticated wife of Doug's boss.
And Leslie Mann also admitted that her boobs were CGI and that her butt belonged to a body double. She told about what had occurred around the village where she and Richard, with intertwined lives, had grown up.
But he jealously angered others in the adult film world - mostly established rival porn star Dick Shadow (Stephen Dorff), who was endowed with a "giant wiener." The film's partial nudity was supplied by one of the film's minor actresses, Meredith Giangrande who starred as porn actress Blueberry in two XXX-rated filmed scenes: at a Dippers ice cream parlor (as she opened the front of her blouse, she quipped: "My sugar cones could really use some air"), and in a desert scene as a sexy Indian princess ("Oh no, the wind just blew my clothes off").
This David Dobkin comedy had the tagline: "Who says men can't change?
At the beginning of the next school year, as it turned out, she declined having expensive plastic surgery for her chest, and became paired up with gym teacher Russell Gettis (Jason Segel) - "her Prince Charming" - and she was now the school's Guidance Counselor.
Asylum's female-centric, moronic, 90 minute sex comedy with a script by Naomi L.
, there appeared to be a trend to show more nudity and sexual scenes in the less restrictive cable-TV dramas and shows (the "boob tube"), not bound by the FCC, than in the movies.