From New York Magazine:
"...if there's anything we've learned from sweeps sitcom episodes and movies like Nine Months and Knocked Up, it's that childbirth can be a scary process, what with all the panicky dads passing out and the screaming of "GET ME THE DRUGS!" And so, after carefully consulting some of pop culture's most famous births, we've compiled a helpful video slideshow...called What to Expect When You're Expecting in a Comedy."
Click on over to go through the slideshow of totally hysterical comedy cliches about what giving birth is like (from the hormonal shirt grab to the "beatific presentation" of the new baby) and revel in the fact that giving birth might suck a little bit...but not as bad as sit-coms do.
A Helpful Mother-to-Be’s Guide to Giving Birth in a Sitcom or Movie Comedy