For his second film , Judd Apatow chose locations that gave him a chance at making it home to Pacific Palisades in time for dinner. While the set had a cozy family feel to it — the cast consisted of Apatow regulars, including his wife, Leslie Mann — hour days in Northridge began dragging interminably. The curious appearance one day of Joey Buttafuoco of Amy Fisher fame manning a craft-services ice-cream truck only momentarily lifted the torpor. Fortunately, an oasis loomed. In each of the films, the hero is nearly led astray by buddies who tempt with things like boxes of porn, transvestite hookers and an ideology about the ladies possibly learned from scanning Maxim while scarfing down Pop-Tarts.
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Triple-bill of comedies. Eight weeks later, Ben is shocked when Alison asks to meet up with him and reveals that she is pregnant. Despite having little in common, the two decide that they have to at least try to make some kind of relationship work for the baby's sake. In 'Superbad' , two socially inept teenage boys are about to graduate from high school.
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Considering how winning the formula is, it's a safe approach. The often ribald humor is genuinely funny. The characters are endearing. And there's something warm and sweet about the underlying storyline. Apatow is clearly a romantic, even if there's a profane edge to his "love conquers all" worldview.
In his hands, decency always prevails, even if half his characters are porn addicts. The title says it all. Theirs is the very definition of a one-night stand, an encounter never intended to be repeated, except that Alison ends up pregnant.