She was notorious for boozing, smoking marijuana, and profusely speaking profanities, and on the first day of class showed videos to her students during the first week of classes, while she snoozed. Elizabeth schemed to fund-raise money (including a sexy car wash while wearing provocative short shorts, during which one observing male student had a major erection in his pants).She believed she could attract the attention of a fellow teacher - a rich and nerdy, bow-tie-wearing substitute teacher named Scott Delacorte (Justin Timberlake, Diaz' real-life ex), although she had to compete with his red-headed love interest rival, New Agey teacher Amy Squirrel (Lucy Punch). Vogel (David Paymer) described the huge breasts of another of his patients named Danni (Christine Smith) to Elizabeth: "As you can see, the weight is evenly distributed and there's minimal scarring." Elizabeth asked: "May I? Take 'em for a spin." She felt up the breasts, exclaiming: "Wow. Her objective was to have her breasts enhanced with gigantic implants (for ,300), wrongly believing that Scott preferred females with large boobs (because his ex-girlfriend was well-endowed).

To quickly "prove" to the cash register store clerk that she was old enough (18 years old) to purchase a bottle of alcohol - without an ID, she flashed her boobs and asserted: Director Jake Kasdan's irreverent and trite comedy, about adults behaving badly (following the success of The Hangover (2009) and Bridesmaids (2011)), won its three Teen Choice Award nominations - Choice Comedy Movie, Choice Actor (Timberlake), and Choice Actress (Diaz).

It was a lesser variant of the popular and witty Bad Santa (2003) with Billy Bob Thornton - without its freshness and originality - and similar to Jennifer Aniston's take on Horrible Bosses (2011).

Director Paul Feig's female-driven, R-rated raucous comedy (produced by Judd Apatow), with a script by star/SNL cast member Kristen Wiig and Annie Mumolo, was an extremely successful film for Apatow.

It earned both a Golden Globe nomination for Best Comedy, and two Academy Award nominations: Best Supporting Actress (Melissa Mc Carthy) and Best Original Screenplay.

In a star-making role, Downton Abbey's Lady Sybil (Jessica Brown Findlay) portrayed their sarcastic 17 year-old, Cliff-House cleaning lady Emelia Conan-Doyle, a free-spirited wannabe writer who befriended Beth and taught her bad behavior (exemplified by a T-shirt that said "I Put Out"), and even went so far as to engage in an affair with Beth's father Jonathan to seduce him into tutoring her in creative writing.

Emelia displayed her breasts, in a brief scene in a convenience store, to demonstrate her wild personality.

At the beginning of the next school year, as it turned out, she declined having expensive plastic surgery for her chest, and became paired up with gym teacher Russell Gettis (Jason Segel) - "her Prince Charming" - and she was now the school's Guidance Counselor.

Asylum's female-centric, moronic, 90 minute sex comedy with a script by Naomi L.

During an overnight field trip that she helped to chaperone, Elizabeth attempted to seduce Scott, and learned that his sexual turn-on (with clothes on) came from dry-humping.

She was completely turned off by him after doing it with him (he was left with a big wet stain on the front of his pants).

This film was not to be confused with National Lampoon's Barely Legal (2003).] They planned to hold a pool party in Sue's home (a poolside giant mansion) in order to accomplish their goals - facing inevitably raunchy situations and unexpected hijinks.