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Apatow and Rogen: From 'Virgin' to 'Knocked Up'

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Apatow and Rogen: From 'Virgin' to 'Knocked Up'

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Apatow and Rogen: From 'Virgin' to 'Knocked Up'

Apatow and Rogen: From 'Virgin' to 'Knocked Up'

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Knocked Up writer-director Judd Apatow frolics amid the family-planning products on the set of his comedy. Suzanne Hanover/Universal Pictures hide caption

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Knocked Up writer-director Judd Apatow frolics amid the family-planning products on the set of his comedy.

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Judd Apatow has been a writer for Larry Sanders and Ben Stiller, and he worked on the cult-favorite TV comedy Freaks and Geeks. But you'll know him as the writer-director of the hit film The 40-Year-Old Virgin.

Now he's back with Knocked Up; guest host David Bianculli talks to Apatow and to Knocked Up star Seth Rogen, who plays an oafish slacker confronted with the prospect of fatherhood after a one-night stand.