While investigating the cause of a councilman's death, Johnson and co-star Zac Efron sneak into a morgue. They easily find the councilman's body, but instead of looking at medical records for answers, Johnson has another idea: "I need you to check his taint for needle marks," he says, rolling out the corpse. "Lift his ball sack and check for anything unusual."
"Dude, it's a taint," Efron says. "It's a taint."
"Get deeper. Lift the balls up higher. And get closer."
"There's a big something, there's something. Oh, there is a hole -- that's just his butt hole."
All that before Efron jumps into a body fridge to hide from bad guys and accidentally swallows a glob of melted cadaver fat.
The promo clip above obscures the frank and beans, but the R-rated movie does not, opting to show, oddly enough, everything but the dead man's grundle. There's even talk of a yogurt stench, so you kind of feel like you're there, inspecting with Efron. In other words, Johnson and company deliver. Big screen Baywatch proves far dirtier than TV Baywatch, joining the ranks of other comedies -- Borat, Forgetting Sarah Marshall, and The Greasy Strangler come to mind -- that have used male full-frontal to try for laughs.