Superbad wasn't just a story about underage boozing, period stains and teenage desperation – it was also one of friendship and camaraderie.
Over the course of the film, Seth, Evan and Fogell (McLovin', to you) discovered the important of sticking together throughout the ups and downs of life.
But according to an interview with Jonah Hill in the Ringer's retrospective of the film, he didn't share the same kind of connection with a certain member of the trio in real life.
"Chris [Fogel] just immediately shut me down," Hill recalled.
"So combative. I was really annoyed because this guy wouldn't let me say anything."
Seth Rogen and Michael Cera had the same recollection, saying: "Jonah fucking hated [Mintz-Plasse]".
"He was all over Jonah's lines, completely disrespectful of the process, probably due to a lack of experience," Rogen said.
"I remember he walked out of the room and Jonah was like, 'Not that guy.' And we were just like, 'Oh my god, you don't understand how much more that makes us want him'."
Let that be a lesson - when it comes to making the right decision, ignore your friends at all costs.