I know that I have a personal bias but I must say that once again the best part of the movie was Neil. He is so damn funny.
I wanted to break down the rest of the good parts of the movie but the fact is that the whole thing is funny and I need to get to bed early tonight since I will happily be waking up early tomorrow morning. So after the Neil role...my next favorite part of the movie was the sheer lameness of Kumar's poem, so allow me to share that with you. I suspect that only other geeks will appreciate it but that's OK.
Kumar Patel's Root 3:I'm sure that I will always be / A lonely number like root three / The three is all that's good and right, / Why must my three keep out of sight / Beneath the vicious square root sign, / I wish instead I were a nine / For nine could thwart this evil trick, / with just some quick arithmetic / I know I'll never see the sun, as 1.7321 / Such is my reality, a sad irrationality / When hark! What is this I see, / Another square root of a three / As quietly co-waltzing by, / Together now we multiply / To form a number we prefer, / Rejoicing as an integer / We break free from our mortal bonds / With the wave of magic wands / Our square root signs become unglued / Your love for me has been renewed.