Even if you're a megafan who owns all of Paul Feig's works or just like James Franco's purdy face, it's just so insane to see how even back when Seth Rogen was a babyface and Martin Starr was nothing more than a mouth hole with goofy teeth in it, these guys still knew they were dealing with an extreme caliber of talent, with something special across the board. Stop reading this, start reading that, because really, this one'll make your day.
(And if it doesn't? Read the part about how they were going to turn Millie into a burnout. A burnout! Man oh man, this gem ended too, too soon.)