• Leslie Mann as Nicky in ‘The 40 Year Old Virgin’

    Leslie Mann as Nicky in 'The 40 Year Old Virgin'

    This scene might be one of my most quoted movie quotes of all time. We can all agree that drunk driving is a travesty and should never be done, except by Leslie Mann in a comedy. When she is swerving her PT Cruiser, singing Missy Elliot and utters the words “let’s get some f*$#in’ french toast,” girl bought herself a slot in film history.
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  • Kristen Wiig as Annie in ‘Bridesmaids’

    Kristen Wiig as Annie in 'Bridesmaids'

    Not only did Kristen Wiig write “Bridesmaids,” she also starred in it as the lovable Annie who struggles to get her life on track. Putting the worn out cliché on blast, Annie had a cake shop that didn’t make it through the tough economy. Wiig’s character reminded us that even when absolutely EVERYTHING goes wrong, there could be a cute Scottish guy waiting on the other side!
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  • Charlyne Yi as Jodi in ‘Knocked Up’

    Charlyne Yi as Jodi in 'Knocked Up'

    If you haven’t seen Charlyne Yi’s quick scene in “Knocked Up,” then I demand that you go and watch it, NOW. To sum it up, she is stoned and giggly and asks Katherine Heigl if she gets mad when her baby steals her food from within the womb. SCENE STEALER!
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  • Linda Cardellini as Lindsay Weir on ‘Freaks and Geeks’

    Linda Cardellini as Lindsay Weir on 'Freaks and Geeks'

    I’m glad Lindsay Weir exists. She is the straight man amongst a bunch of hilarious burnouts and freaks. She is good at math, an honest and kind person and we see everyone’s flaws through her eyes. She reminds us of the struggles of peer pressure and trying to fit in. Plus we want that military jacket!
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  • Maude and Iris Apatow in ‘Knocked Up’ and ‘Funny People’

    Maude and Iris Apatow in 'Knocked Up' and 'Funny People'

    It’s no surprise that Judd Apatow likes to keep it in the family when he makes movies. When in need of two young girls he often goes to his daughters Maude and Iris to fill the part. They always bring the funny, whether it’s them fighting over playing “Rent” or Green Day in the car, or speaking Cantonese with Eric Bana at the dinner table.
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  • Melissa McCarthy as Emily in ‘Bridesmaids’

    Melissa McCarthy as Emily in 'Bridesmaids'

    This one speaks for itself, really. Melissa McCarthy, as the not-so-elegant sister-in-law in “Bridesmaids,” was the break-out star of the year. She said that she based her character’s personality on the Food Network’s Guy Fieri, which is AWESOME. I love her more than a mini-van full of puppies.
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  • Emma Stone as Jules in ‘Superbad’

    Emma Stone as Jules in 'Superbad'

    Emma Stone in “Superbad” showed us that the object of every teen boy’s affection could be a cool, smart and funny chick. Forget the stereotypical girl (you know what I’m talking about!) that most guys are out to win at the end of the movie. Jules could roll with the punches (literally) and gave us a sneak peek of the Emma Stone tidal wave that was about to hit us all.
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  • Christina Applegate as Veronica Corningstone in ‘Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy’

    Christina Applegate as Veronica Corningstone in 'Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy'

    Not only did Veronica threaten Ron Burgundy’s place on the local news, she also gave him some competition in the funny department. The king of San Diego met his match, which led to some hilarious insults and eventually some sweet sweet afternoon delight.
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  • Catherine Keener as Trish in ‘The 40 Year Old Virgin’

    Catherine Keener as Trish in 'The 40 Year Old Virgin'

    While watching Steve Carell’s character search for a woman, we sigh a sigh of relief when he meets Trish. She is cool, responsible and kind. She is JUST the kind of woman we want for our beloved 40-year-old virgin. Not only does she own her own ‘Sell it on eBay’ store, but she helps our guy sell his valuables for mucho dinero and teaches him that it’s okay to be himself. She’s a winner!
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  • Mila Kunis as Rachel Jansen in ‘Forgetting Sarah Marshall’

    Mila Kunis as Rachel Jansen in 'Forgetting Sarah Marshall'

    “Forgetting Sarah Marshall” is one of my all-time faves. We love Rachel because she picks Peter up from off the ground and gets him to - literally and figuratively - jump off the cliff that is life. Okay, maybe he drags his way down the side of the mountain and cries alone in his room at night, but she inspires him and accepts him for his Dracula-puppet-singing self! THE BEST!
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