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Scott's solely responsible for two of the film's most memorable scenes, firstly in Chicago, were the boys have gone to try and find Michelle the wedding dress of her dreams, and the homophobic Stifler finds himself in a gay bar and winds up in a dance duel with one of the regulars just to prove that he could be a gay sex magnet if he wanted.
A scene where Stifler gets even with a group of teenagers by destroying their jet-skis is inspired - and what he leaves in their beer cooler is plain unprintable.
Only feet from a bank of windows on the enclosed, newly renovated porch where the Stiflers spent a lot of time, a tall dog-ear privacy fence ran down the property line to the banks of the Wolf River.
In the film, obnoxious Stifler and his buddies invade a gay bar on the hunt for a wedding dress-maker.
In the new American Pie movie, Michelle is much more sophisticated -in contrast with another of the characters, arrested adolescent Stifler (Seann William Scott) who plans the ultimate stag night for the groom.
Hilgenbrink is best known for his role as Matt Stifler in "American Pie Presents: Band Camp.
Eugene Levy leavens the crudity, Seann William Scott's Stifler wallows in it.
Meanwhile, sex-obsessed man-child Stifler (Seann William Scott) is up to his old tricks, hankering after one girl he crassly remembers as "the mouth that got away".
The problems with this 'comedy' are encapsulated in the moment where lovable Jim Levenstein (Jason Biggs) loses his patience with sex-obsessed man-child Stifler (Seann William Scott) and laments: "You're so trapped in the past.
Seann rose to fame when he appeared in the 1999 movie American Pie as prankster Steve Stifler, but he fell into it by accident.
The fourth instalment of the coming-ofage comedy follows the outrageous exploits of Matt Stifler during his stay at a summer camp for budding musicians.