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    First Look: This Up All Night Music Video Is Sexed-Up and Bleeping Funny

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    Think NBC's Up All Night is only about having a baby? Well, what if we told you that it's also got making babies on its mind?

    Now do we have your attention? Thought so. Pervs.

    As further proof that one of TV's best new fall comedies is anything but a cutesy kiddie show, we present this exclusive first look at this Wednesday's next new episode, in which Ava (Maya Rudolph) takes a hilarious trip down memory lane via a bleep-tastic music video she shot with her ex-boyfriend "B-Ro."

    The episode also guest stars Will Forte and Jorma Taccone (as "B-Ro") so it's an SNL reunion of sorts. (And of course the dream team of Will Arnett and Christina Applegate is still firmly in place.) Check out our sneak peek at the music video magic...

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    In this Wednesday's ep, Ava (Maya) learns that B-Ro is getting married, and watches this video (that they shot back in the day) over and over, reminiscing on what could have been.

    "My character is a workaholic and she wants to have this fabulous life of going out with different gentlemen and enjoying her extended youth, so to speak, well whatever's left of it," Maya tells me with a laugh. But still, she can't help but lament the one that got away—and might end up blaming Regan (Christina) in the process.

    Maya, who has three small children at home (including a two month old), tells me she's loving playing Ava on the two-week-old comedy. "It's almost like my alter ego, Sasha Fierce. My pretend alter ego is a character that has no children. It's like, what's that like?" Beyonce would be so honored.

    Also in this Wednesday's episode, Chris (Will Arnett) tries to bring the sexiness back to his marriage with Regan (Christina) with some advice from his new friend Reed (Will Forte). You can probably imagine how well that will go.

    Sex. Sexiness. And bad words bleeped. What more proof do you want that this is not just a cutesy baby show? (Though granted, it still has plenty of heart.)

    For the record, we're still crusthing on Up All Night, and hope the love affair never ends. You?

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