The actress/writer included references to sex and genitalia in the sequel and admits she was worried when she first handed the screenplay over to her mother.

"I give my scripts to my mum before we film," Nia told WENN. "In the first movie, she said, 'I don't think you should show premarital sex', so I knew I was onto something good! And in the second one she said, 'I'm not sure about this line: Protect the pulacki!'

"So I was a little bit nervous about it, so I ran it by my 17-year-old daughter and she said, 'Oh mum, that's hilarious. What does it mean?' So I was like, 'I'm gonna put it in and just push the envelope a little bit.'"

And co-star John Corbett was thrilled to see a racier script: "Times have changed and F-bombs are dropped on TV now and they weren't when we made the first one. It's really hard to make a movie and not put all those things in it and still have people not feel like they're watching a very G-rated movie."