I thought we were in the clear. To film the shot of the baby actually coming out, prosthetics had to be used. That Rogen sure likes to partake. In "Knocked Up," after Pete and Ben have fights with their women, they go to Vegas, do some mushrooms, trip out at Cirque du Soleil , then, still high, search their souls back at their hotel room. The days before their meeting, the meeting itself, and the sex happen in a very funny collection of scenes. Judd Apatow writer, director, money maker , Seth Rogen executive producer, actor , Bill Hader actor , a slew of annoying impressions. Again I check out for a few minutes. Apatow has actually spent most of his career in television, creating such superior programs as "Freaks and Geeks " and "Undeclared ," two series that wed the raucously antic with great humanity they were promptly canceled. But his comedy philosophy works even better concentrated in a single movie: Rogen remembers the only direction Apatow gave him for this scene was to not hold the phone up to his ear, only to talk into it. However, in this context, hearing them in their natural state and observing all of this from the outside looking in is nothing short of dull. In "Knocked Up," the premise is easily digestible. The closing credits roll over cast members' baby photos. Bill Hader, who plays an editor in Knocked Up, was actually a TV editor in that same building and had actually worked on E!