- Two possible refutations of this: a) Given that no one says "Hey, wait, you're a hermaphrodite!" when they see Paul nude, we can assume that he has male genitalia; and b) The other alien of Paul's species at the end who admires the drawing with three breasts, implying that females of Paul's species have breasts.
- I very much doubt it. Watch the montage closely when Paul zaps his experiences into Ruth. There's a really rapid and quick shot of two aliens in Missionary Position bouncing on each other quickly. Sure seems to hint that they have at least two sexes and have intercourse in recognizable ways. Of course, it could have been a wresting match but given the overall voice of the movie with innuendoes, naughty jokes and swearing, I doubt it.
And as for the latter - its own WMG page says that the aliens have brain-washed the people obsessed with following "the lights in the sky".
And it won't be the "good" kind of encounter, either. Sorry folks; but we're in for a full-on, "To Serve Man"situation. Oh, Paul's never eaten anything bigger than a bird? Suuure. Keep right on believing the Amusing Alien.
But why did Paul help Agent Zoil meet his wife, you ask? Two words -- breeding stock. Sweet dreams.
Paul's last words to Clive and Graeme? "Till next time."
Hear me out for the argument made probably a million times, Unlike The World's End Both Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz are proper actual straight parodies of the subject matter they are based on, for Shaun it's a parody of zombie movies, and for Hot fuzz it's a parody of cop action films, but The Worlds End stands out, because it's a lot more serious, it doens't have as many funny moments as the other 2, taking about depression and the main character is suicidal due to being the Manchild. the plot isn't a direct parody of any real Sci-Fi type film either, but then you take Paul, it is a parody of all those Sci-Fi movies like E.T., Men in Black and Close encounters of the third kind.
I think that Simon Pegg and Nick Frost wanted to make Paul as their final Trilogy film but couldn't get any funding for it with UK studios, who wanted to do an Epic Finale type film (one of the themes of The Worlds End is the End of an Era feelings), whereas paul was just another parody that didn't have that feel, so they ended up going elsewhere and it is considered to not be the final film of the trilogy due to that circumstance.