50 Most Outrageous Teen Comedies

The To Do List (2013)

The Teen Comedy: Essentially, a female version of American Pie .

Aubrey Plaza is Brandy, an awkward teen who decides she needs a crash course in sex education before she heads off to college. Cue the eponymous list and a whole lot of naughty.

Most Outrageous Moment
: It's in the trailer, so it's not a spoiler. Brandy's sister Amber (Rachel Bilson) is caught shagging Bill Hader by her dad. Which is surely every young person's nightmare.

Does It Feature Nudity?
Scott Porter spends most of the film topless, so sort of.

Cherry Falls (2000)

The Teen Comedy: Something of a dark comedy (like, pitch black), but comedy nonetheless, this slasher spoof stars Brittany Murphy as Jody Marken, whose high school buddies fall victim to a serial killer who's targeting virgins...

Most Outrageous Moment:
The film's centerpiece orgy, in which teens unite to shag their brains out - and hopefully save their skins in the process. Until the killer turns up with a knife...

Does It Feature Nudity? Nada. You'd think the racy premise would lend itself to a boob (or ball) or two, but the most we get is a few naked backs. Sexy.

Election (1999)

The Teen Comedy: Irritating overachiever Tracy Flick (Reese Witherspoon) makes life hell for her teacher, Jim McAllister (Matthew Broderick), in Alexander Payne's razor-sharp high school flick, which revolves around an election race.

Most Outrageous Moment: McAllister's face-changing bee sting is pretty horrific. Also, the teacher's dreams are, well, the things of nightmare...

Does It Feature Nudity? Nope. Though McAllister attempts to have an affair - and even rents a motel room - he's busted by his none-too-pleased wife. Ouch.

Screwballs (1983)

The Teen Comedy: In the 1960s, five guys (who attend T&A High School, naturally) make it their mission to destroy evil virgin Purity Busch (Linda Speciale). Or catch a glimpse of her topless. Whichever comes first.

Most Outrageous Moment: The entire plot is just one outrageous moment - it revolves completely around that plan to see Busch's assets. That said, the strip bowling is pretty out there. We may have just discovered our new favourite game.

Does It Feature Nudity? Both male and female - including one unfortunate moment that a guy gets a bowling ball stuck on the end of his, well, y'know..

The Girl Next Door (2004)

The Teen Comedy: Matthew Kidman (Emile Hirsch) needs money fast if he's going to be able to afford to attend college.

Could the sexy lady next door, porn star Danielle (Elisha Cuthbert), be key to his financial future?

Most Outrageous Moment:
The film's final act, in which Matthew and his friends decide to shoot a porn film at their school during prom. Because that's not asking for trouble at all...

Does It Feature Nudity? It's a veritable gallery of boobs and butts.

Revenge Of The Cheerleaders (1976)

The Teen Comedy: Otherwise known as Caught With Their Pants Down , which pretty sums up this barmy, baudy teen comedy.

A group of cheerleaders fight back against their high school. David Hasselhoff makes an appearance as 'Boner'...

Most Outrageous Moment: The girls contaminate the school's cafeteria food with drugs they've pinched from a classroom. Oh, and did we mention the state school inspectors are in town?

Does It Feature Nudity?
Yes, yes and yes.

Hot Moves (1984)

The Teen Comedy: Came equipped with a poster that mostly consisted of the shapely legs of a tiny-pant-wearing lady. The plot follows - what else? - four high-schoolers determined to get rid of their virginity…

Most Outrageous Moment:
Hot Moves is a pervert's dream - the high-schoolers spend most of their time spying on naked ladies. Their police records must be riveting.

Does It Feature Nudity? Yep, we lost count of the boobs.

Mean Girls (2004)

The Teen Comedy: Sixteen-year-old Cady Heron (Lindsay Lohan) gets a serious wake-up call when she moves from Africa to the US and discovers that high school isn't exactly the playground she imagined.

Befriending Queen Bee Regina George (Rachel McAdams) probably wasn't the best idea, in retrospect...

Most Outrageous Moment: Janis makes Regina's face smell like a foot!

Oh, alright. Outrageous? How about Cady convincing Regina that super-fattening protein bars are actual diet bars. Or the bit where Regina gets mowed down by a bus...

Does It Feature Nudity?
Tina Fey flashes her bra after getting her T-shirt stuck to her 'sweater'. Other than that, the most you can expect is some Mathlete ripping his shirt off to reveal a baby six-pack.

Drop Dead Gorgeous (1999)

The Teen Comedy: Amber (Kirsten Dunst) enters a beauty pageant competition in her trailer trash hometown, but when contestants start dying in bizarre accidents, it seems somebody's taking out the competition…

Most Outrageous Moment:
There's an explosion at Amber's trailer which leaves a beer can welded to her mother's hand…

And then there's Kirstie Alley going full-on cuckoo…

Does It Feature Nudity? Nope.

The Last American Virgin (1982)

The Teen Comedy: Like most teen comedies, this one from director Boaz Davidson revolves around the hunt for sexual conquests as Gary (Lawrence Monoson) and his friends do their utmost to get laid.

When transfer student Karen (Diane Franklin) enters the scene, though, it causes the wrong kind of friction between the guys.

Most Outrageous Moment:
Rick (Steve Antin) gets Karen pregnant after sleeping with her just once. FACE PALM.

There's also a scene at the beginning of the film in which Gary and his friends manage to seduce girls by promising them cocaine...

Does It Feature Nudity? Yep, with Diane Franklin in particular stripping away the layers.

Josh Winning has worn a lot of hats over the years. Contributing Editor at Total Film, writer for SFX, and senior film writer at the Radio Times. Josh has also penned a novel about mysteries and monsters, is the co-host of a movie podcast, and has a library of pretty phenomenal stories from visiting some of the biggest TV and film sets in the world. He would also like you to know that he "lives for cat videos..." Don't we all, Josh. Don't we all.