- The thrusting montage, set to Tin Huey's "Hump Day"—slightly funny at first, as they go through the movie and count off the thrusts they cut back to the movie from the beginning of the montage (Todd Solondz's Happiness), now with its count ten higher and rising. Mildly humorous. We then cut to a black-and-white clip of an insanely lecherous-looking guy with creepy eyes while the music goes "Idle hands are the Devil's playground". As if that wasn't funny enough, they cut back to the first film's sex scene again, and its count is now doubled (it's around 40) and still rising. It loses a little something in the description, so just watch it yourself.
Funny / This Film Is Not Yet Rated