A 2008 comedy starring Josh Zuckerman, James Marsden, Clark Duke, and Amanda Crew.Ian Lafferty is, as his friend Lance puts it, "A bust-ass virgin." After striking it up with the hot Ms. Tasty online, she requests Ian come to Knoxville and see her. If he does, she'll go all the way with him. The catch? Ian's profile is a sham with his head posted on different body, the car in the picture belongs to his brother, and he is still fighting feelings for his friend Felicia. With help from his buddy Lance, and Felicia in tow, Ian heads off to Tennessee, hoping to score, hoping Felicia won't find out why he's really going, and hoping Rex doesn't find out his car is gone.
Does Not Like Shoes: Felicia throws these away on the tree, motivating this deed with that she was born barefoot and asking the protagonist whether he'd like to do something crazy in his life... and remains without them for almost the entire film. It backfires on her. Fortunately, she gets a pair of sandals near the end.
Dynamic Entry: Ian makes an impressive off-screen, leaping entrance, in full donut costume to save everyone from Ms. Tasty's gun-toting boyfriend
At another point, Lance is saved from an angry redneck by the sudden and abrupt appearance of Felecia and Ian plowing him down with the Judge. In the middle of a cornfield.
Hidden Depths: After riding up on the broken down judge, Ezekiel asks if they need any help. Lance scoffs, assuming an Amish guy wouldn't know anything about cars...prompting Ezekiel to correctly name the model, year, and engine specs of the car. The entire Amish community turns out to have some hidden depths. Assuming an Amish celebration would be nothing but a cheesy polka band, Felicia, Ian, and Lance are all shocked to see Fall Out Boy getting off a tour bus.
I Choose to Stay: At the end, Lance decides to stay in the Amish village to be with Mary.
Jerk Ass: Rex takes this to another level. He's a homophobic, abusing, foul mouthed douche, who seems more in love with his car than anything. At the films end, we find out why he's such a jerk. It's psychological projection; he himself is gay.
Kavorka Man: Lance. He's a portly, nerdy looking guy whose had multiple sexual conquests and thinks he's God's gift to women even though in reality, no girl would get with this guy unless they're drunk or extremely desperate.
Letting the Air out of the Band: When Ian and Lance swipe the spare key to The Judge, they proceed to drive off, set to some ACDC...only for the music to fizzle when Felecia walks in front of them, and decides to tag along.
Ooh, Me Accent's Slipping: Ms. Tasty's accent is definitely not from East Tennessee, and especially not Knoxville inversion - Ms. Tasty is putting on a show for people from out of area. She reverts into Katrina Bowden's natural accent (and one very close to that of an actual Knoxvillian) at the Reveal
Pick on Someone Your Own Size : Rex has no trouble beating on weakling Ian. Then he tries to fight Ms. Tasty's car thief boyfriend. He goes down in one punch.
Punctuated Pounding: Ian delivers this to a poor Opossum he runs over. After trying twice to put it out of its misery, he gets pissed, and pounds on it with a crowbar yelling "I'm..trying..to...do...the...right...thing!" He promptly chucks the crowbar...which goes right into a police cars windshield.
Quest for Sex: A straight-up example. The whole premise of the film is Ian going on a cross-country road trip so he can lose his virginity to a girl he met online.
Raging Stiffie: Ian gets one staring at some hot girls undressing backstage...while a pregnant girl gives a speech, at what turns out to be an abstinence rally.