Film and TV

The 10 Funniest Movie and TV Sex Scenes Since 2001 (NSFW)

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Wedding Crashers
It seems as though Vince Vaughn is at his best when he's put in awkward situations. In Wedding Crashers, that happens almost constantly. While he's the confident one of the duo, his character is forced into strange situations, all while his partner in crime attempts to pick up on the love of his life. Crazy women, crazy dudes, and crazy funny. Not all of us can be lucky enough to be Chazz Reinhold.

Shameless
Girls isn't the only show with great sex scenes. Shameless got a list of its own, but for slightly different reasons. Although plenty of the show's sex is weird or uncomfortable, Kevin and Veronica have pretty hilarious sexcapades with some regularity early in the series. If that's not good enough, there's always Frank and Sheila going at it for the first time ...

Forgetting Sarah Marshall
What would the movie world be like these days without Forgetting Sarah Marshall? All four of its main stars got huge boosts in popularity, and it gave us some of the funniest sex in recent memory. From Jason Segel showing off his junk to the noisy sex battle between the two couples, the entire movie was an exemplary comedy in the fields of both romance and sex.

Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story
Much like it does with drugs, music, and everything else, Walk Hard perfectly parodies the whole concept of "rock star" sex. From mistresses to full-blown orgies on the road, it's probably the only time you'll ever want to see John C. Reilly naked (unless you're into that kind of thing).

Silicon Valley
Alright, so there's no *actual* sex in this scene (and you'll have to watch it on YouTube since HBO won't easily allow embeds), but Silicon Valley pulled off one of the greatest dick jokes of all time to end their second season. If you're not familiar with the dick-to-floor ratio and how it leads to middle-out compression, just do yourself a favor and watch the scene.
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