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).
Oh, and SPOILERS he's actually revealed to be the Tasmanian Devil wearing Goldberg skin suit. Albano, who also popped up in a number of Cyndi Lauper videos in the early and mid '80s, shows up in Brian De Palma's 1986 crime comedy as a mob enforcer, more than likely cast for his colorful personality than any legit acting chops.
Albano's best work would come later as hardworking Italian plumber "Mario" on The Super Mario Brothers Super Show. Triple H, Blade: Trinity - Almost everything about the third Blade movie is the worst, save for Ryan Reynolds' name tag ("Hello My Name is FUCK YOU").
A minister conducting a wedding ceremony comments, "For God's sake, consummate the thing! Female anatomy is discussed (and shown via a medical mold) in detail, as is homosexuality (including a barrage of "You wanna know how I know you're gay? Teens brag about penis size and sexual abilities, while their parents either urge them on or laugh.
" During an argument with her daughter, Trish threatens to start taking the family to church again if the girl doesn't shape up. Extreme to the point of rendering superlatives meaningless. One father asks a counselor how he can get his wife to do some of the things he's seen his son's sexual partners do. Planned Parenthood-style sex ed is said to have "never hurt anybody." shows two men fighting.
It's a movie with a crazy cast, from Parker Posey as a vampire to Patton Oswalt as the "Q" to wrestler Triple H as an undead henchman (wrestlers play a lot of henchmen). Danny Trejo and former wrestler Diamond Dallas Page play bounty hunters called "The Unholy Two," and they get by on their screen presence and their baggage -- we know Page from his days as a wrestler (the casting is kitschy, but so is EVERYTHING in Zombie's work) and Trejo for being DANNY F'ING TREJO.
Big John doesn't have to do much in the movie but be huge, but his departure halfway through is a good indication that Harley (Mickey Rourke) and Marlboro (Don Johnson) are out of their league. George "The Animal" Steele, Ed Wood - Still the best movie Tim Burton ever made by a pretty wide margin.
happen next in this should-have-been-rated-NC-17 smutfest. Despite being surrounded by a trio of oversexed co-workers—David, Jay and Cal—the kindhearted but slightly nerdy Andy has managed to avoid letting anyone know his sexual status ... Of course, once his new buddies find out he's never had sex, they're consumed with hooking him up with a one-night stand. As he begins a relationship with Trish, a 40-year-old single mom (and grandma), he's content to continue his celibate ways ... Underneath the mile-thick layer of grime in this movie is a hint of virtuousness.
Though he all too often follows the continuous, unsolicited misguidance of his friends, Andy eventually realizes that he's pretty much, half-heartedly, OK with being a virgin.
Hear him talk to his collectible action figures; he repaints them on weekends when he's not making the perfect egg-salad sandwich.
Watch him try to fake macho with his co-workers at a Smart Tech store by saying that when you touch a woman's breast, it feels like sand. He's a virgin, and the guys -- Paul Rudd, Seth Rogen and Romany Malco could not be funnier -- spend the rest of the movie trying to find a woman to bus his cherry.