Three buddies wake up from a bachelor party in Las Vegas, with no memory of the previous night and the bachelor missing. They make their way around the city in order to find their friend before his wedding.
When their new next-door neighbors turn out to be a sorority even more debaucherous than the fraternity previously living there, Mac and Kelly team with their former enemy, Teddy, to bring the girls down.
Months after John's divorce, Ted and Tami-Lynn's marriage seems to be on the same road. To patch things up, Ted and Tami-Lynn plan to have a child with John's help, but their failed efforts backfire disastrously. Namely, Ted is declared property by the government, and he loses all of his civil rights. Now, Ted must fight a seemingly hopeless legal battle with an inexperienced young lawyer to regain his rightful legal status. Unfortunately, between Ted's drunken idiocies and sinister forces interested in this situation to exploit him, Ted's quest has all the odds against him.Written by
Kenneth Chisholm (email@example.com)
When Ted calls John from Comic-Con, he is under a giant Bumblebee from Transformers. Mark Wahlberg (John) starred in Transformers: Age of Extinction (2014). See more »
Even if the core narrative that the film presents ( that Ted is not alive, but is property) is true, then he would belong to either John or Tami-Lyn. The company that sold him to John's parents (and thus John) would have no claim over Ted and any case would be dismissed quickly if it was even brought. See more »
[to Ted in his office]
I'm sorry but I'm gonna have to let you go.
What? Why? I've been bursting my ass at this job for three years!
I just got a call from the Labor department. I can't legally keep you on as an employee... because I've been informed that you're technically...
[Finishing the sentence]
Technically not a person. Yeah. Jesus Christ.
I'm sorry. But as of today you 're fired.
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Like the first movie, there is some confusion or mix-up in the opening credits. They were supposed to start with "Universal Pictures and MRC Presents" as shown in the trailers/commercials, posters, and the back of the DVD/Blu-Ray covers. But, for unknown reasons, it starts with "MRC and Universal Pictures Presents" in the actual movie. See more »
For some North America TV airings, the f words are either dubbed over or silenced and Amanda's penis bong is censored with pixelization. See more »
There were a lot of funny bits in this movie, but when you hear one sex joke after another for the entire movie (especially the first 30-45 minutes) it just gets disgusting and old. I alternated between having some good laughs and wanting to just get up and leave.
Also why does every recent comedy have to throw one gay reference after another at us? We get it Hollywood - you want to desensitize everyone to gay men. Take a deep breath and give it a rest.
If movies like this just resisted the urge to go to the well over and over with the same tired jokes, and stuck to what made them funny in the first place, they would be so much better. I still think the concept of Ted is great and there were enough good jokes to make it funny, but I'm not sure I'd even watch it again because of the cringe factor from all the raunchy jokes.
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