R | | Comedy, Romance
Pete and Debbie are both about to turn 40, their kids hate each other, both of their businesses are failing, they're on the verge of losing their house, and their relationship is threatening to fall apart.
Pete (Paul Rudd) makes a joke comparing his sexual prowess to that of David Schwimmer (and Ross, Schwimmer's character from "Friends") in a way that makes it clear that he thinks that neither Pete nor Schwimmer are very good in bed. A spokeswoman for Schwimmer told the Chicago Sun-Times newspaper that Schwimmer was not asked beforehand if he would be okay with being the butt of that joke, but Judd Apatow clarified that he didn't mean anything insulting by it; just that Schwimmer is an example of a famous person who is more like Apatow. Paul Rudd was a regular guest star on "Friends" during the show's last two seasons.
I just figured out what your problem is. You hate Jews! Which is so odd, because your children are Jewish.
Debbie: Don't play the Jew Card, Larry.
Larry: I'm not playing any Jew Card.
Debbie: Seriously? It's used up.
Larry: You can't use up a Jew Card. That's the whole point of ...
In the first scene where Pete is in his office finding out about the bad money situation, he is not wearing his wedding ring but he is seen with it in the rest of the movie.
After the main credits roll, there's an extended alternate take of Catherine ad-libbing insults during the conversation with the Julie, Pete, and Debbie.
The Blu-ray release included an exclusive extended version with three minutes of additional footage not seen in the theatrical version.
$12,030,690 (USA) (23 December 2012)
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