The 40 year old virgin stills of speed dating girl
Andy Stitzer (Steve Carell) collects action figures, loves playing video games, works in the stockroom of an electronics superstore, rides a bicycle (he can’t drive a car, yet) and has never had sex.
But, he’s not some hormonal-imbalanced teenager, he’s “The 40-Year-Old Virgin.” Robin: Andy has freaked out his coworkers who thought he was either a closet serial killer or just a guy with some serious mental issues. When they need a fifth for their regular poker game and can’t find another player, out of desperation they reluctantly invite Andy to play.
The 'how I know you're gay' scene was only intended to be a single line of dialogue but Rudd and Rogen improvised the whole thing and ran with it to such an extent that Apatow made it a much longer scene.David recalls feeling as if he and an ex-flame were "one spirit" while having sex. From the opening scene of Andy getting out of bed in his underwear—with an erection���not a minute goes by in which sex doesn't dominate. A video game played by David and Cal features a character splitting the torso of an opponent and ripping the head off of another.Andy twice has major wipeouts while riding his bike.He'd rather others not know and continues to shy away from telling the truth, yet he's honestly (in the end) trying to hold out for the right person.Though far from a model parent, Trish tells her 16-year-old daughter that she doesn't want her having sex because "I don't want you to make the same mistakes I did." (At least until she's in college; that's the low standard for "waiting" Trish sets up for her daughter.) Andy stands up for Trish's daughter at a teen sex counseling session when she's made fun of for being a virgin. While speed dating, Andy witnesses his date's breast pop out of her top (it remains exposed as the camera zooms in).