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 Post subject: The inbetweeners
PostPosted: Thu Apr 02, 2009 11:30 pm 
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Cracking show first in the new series was on tonight.

Might be immature humour but it just cracks me up worth keeping an eye out if you've not seen it before :thumbup:


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All of my mates have been raving about it, but I'd never heard of it before today. Do you have to watch the first series to understand this one? If so, anywhere I can catch up?

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 Post subject: Re: The inbetweeners
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There's probably a few things you wouldn't understand like the jokes about Will's fit mum but it should still be pretty easy to pick up.

They replay them quite a bit on E4 in the evenings alternatively i'd have a look on line.

There were only 6 episodes in the first series.


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Sounds good, I'll see if I can hunt down series one first... cheers :D :thumbup:

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JSP wrote:
Cracking show first in the new series was on tonight.

Might be immature humour but it just cracks me up worth keeping an eye out if you've not seen it before :thumbup:

Yeah I think its a month in front on E4?

Anyway watch online here...NOTE You only have 1 day left to watch the first one though first shown on the 05 March ...64 days left to watch last nights on E4
Click The Link...http://www.channel4.com/programmes/the-inbetweeners/catch-up#2870977

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Saw an episode from the first series, thought it was hilarious, the type of humour was right up my street. I was still in school at the time as well, so it was perhaps more relevant.


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Last night's was brilliant, I loved the first series and at the start I thought it was a bit slow but that bit on the boat was just brilliant


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Really like this as well, cracked me up straight away the minute they did "thumbs up friend" and the peadophile teacher.

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The bit where Niel punches the fish had me cracking up for ages.


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I have this set up to record the series. I hadn't seen any of the first series until it had finished, but a mate had the series down on his BT box, watched them all and they had me cracking up, reminds me of the kind of things I or people I know were doing in yr 11 and sixth form.

Not seen last nights yet, but not out tonight so I'll catch up with it then.

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I really liked this series. Gutted I missed last night. Hopefully they'll repeat it. Don't do online catch up jobbies.


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Watched the whole first series today... absolute class.

Hopefully will catch up on the first episode of the second series tonight. :thumbup:

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JSP wrote:
The bit where Niel punches the fish had me cracking up for ages.




:lol:

Now that I'm up to date, that episode seemed much more funnier. Best scene has to be this, though:



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I'd seen the caravan club episode from the first series, so watched the other 5 episodes and the 1st from this series all last night. Fantastic show, captures what its like to be a lad that age perfectly imo.


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One of the best comedies out at the minute. Has me in stitches some scenes. :yay:

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Whilst I love the comedy, does anyone else not cringe like fook whenever the speccy kid is trying to impress?

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The best moment for me was the whole 'Friend' 'Car Friend' and 'Football Friend' with the thumbs up and Jay going absolutely mad and jumping on the car.

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the nut's named eric wrote:
Whilst I love the comedy, does anyone else not cringe like fook whenever the speccy kid is trying to impress?


Yeah, I think that's part of the comedy, like in The Office where David Brent embarrasses himself, or in Fawlty Towers when Basil messes up all the time.


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It's on e4 now for those that are keeping an eye out for it.


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 Post subject: Re: The inbetweeners
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Last night's episode was hilarious, had me in stitches


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