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The Inbetweeners - Series 1-3 - Complete [DVD]

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Aroesti, Rachel (1 May 2018). "Puerile, provincial and prophetic: how the Inbetweeners became a classic". The Guardian . Retrieved 7 April 2023. a b French, Dan (3 April 2009). "New 'Inbetweeners' draws 958,000 for E4". Digital Spy . Retrieved 3 April 2009.

E4 originally aired the first series in May 2008, and Channel 4 also broadcast it in November that year. The second series began screening in the UK on 2 April 2009 and finished on 7 May 2009. A third series was commissioned by E4, commencing on 13 September 2010 [7] [8] and ending on 18 October 2010. The first episode of the third series had the highest-ever audience for an E4 original commission. [9] Following the conclusion of the third series, the cast and crew of the programme indicated that there would be no fourth series as the programme had run its course, but that an Inbetweeners movie would be produced, set some time after the third series and following the cast on a holiday in Malia, Crete, Greece. The Inbetweeners cast reunite for 10 year anniversary special. Radio Times. Author – Kimberley Bond. Published 14 November 2018. Retrieved 28 December 2018.When is The Inbetweeners: Fwends Reunited on TV? Radio Times. Published 28 December 2018. Retrieved 28 December 2018. DD (11) recently brought home her year-book for primary leavers. Each child in the top year completed a survey of most embarrassing moment at primary, favourite TV programme, favourite foods etc. Age rating: 14+ for VERY STRONG LANGUAGE, FREQUENT STRONG SEX REFERENCES, DRUG REFERENCES AND INFREQUENT DRUG USE. Mr Phil Gilbert ( Greg Davies) is a comprehensive school teacher and head of the sixth form making him the most prominent member of staff in the series. Misanthropic and authoritarian, he has little interest in his work and treats his pupils with ambivalence or disdain and exhibits a particular dislike for Will.

All classification decisions are based on the BBFC’s published and regularly updated Guidelines. The Guidelines are the product of extensive public consultation, research and the accumulated experience of the BBFC over many years. They reflect current views on film, DVD and video game regulation. Episode one of series three aired on 13 September 2010 on UK digital terrestrial network E4, attracting a record breaking overnight average audience of 2.6m viewers (12.5% audience share) in its 10 pm slot, the highest ever viewing figure for a programme screened on the channel until 2011 when Glee beat the record. For this series, it was moved to Monday instead of Thursday but kept its 10pm slot. [9] Awards [ edit ] Neil Sutherland ( Blake Harrison) is gentle and gullible, and the most sexually experienced member of the group. British Comedy Guide Awards 2008". British Comedy Guide. Archived from the original on 24 January 2009 . Retrieved 19 January 2009.Taking the tired format of a lads’ holiday, The Inbetweeners Movie (2011), sees the foursome decamp to Malia for a sort of millennial update on Kevin & Perry Go Large. Cue: slow-mo drinking scenes, cliched storylines, repetitive dialogue, the bantz meter cranked to full and the gang bumping into their old sixth-form head teacher being a party animal. By the time The Inbetweeners 2 (2014) found the group in Australia, the well was truly dry and any semblance of charm had vanished. The best British show of all time. The most relatable, funny and realistic show ever. The pals all feel real and the dialogue is vulgar but true, I laugh at every joke even after hearing it millions of time. The characters all seem like people very British person knows. However emphasis on *BRITISH*. Very sexual and explicit dialogue.

The Inbetweeners Movie - Filming in Malia". Archived from the original on 21 December 2021 – via YouTube. Dean, Will (3 April 2009). "The Inbetweeners is more realistic than Skins". The Guardian. London . Retrieved 25 May 2010. This British comedy sequel is a rare thing in that it's a TV sitcom that's ben turned into a movie and actually worked. The Inbetweeners 2 won't be for everyone, but following on from the first movie, which also found its place amongst fans of the original TV series, the crude humor seamlessly transitions from small to big screen. This time Will, Simon, Neil, and Jay have swapped sunny Spain -- the destination in the first movie -- for a trip to Australia. But despite the change in scenery, the tonality and essence of what made this comedy series so popular, is there for all to see. For Red Nose Day 2011, the stars of the programme travelled around the UK in the yellow Fiat Cinquecento Hawaii featured in the programme in a special named The Inbetweeners: Rude Road Trip. The aim was to try to find the 50 rudest place names in the country. I am a huge fan of the Inbetweeners UK television series and decided to give the movies a shot. This first one was not terrible, but definitely was not as good as the series and was a lot more inappropriate. I think the humor can go either way. Personally, I found it pretty funny and understood most, if not all of it. The language is just as bad as stepping foot into high school, which is pretty sad. There is full frontal nudity during a scene by the pool and there's just sexual innuendos and references over and over again. It's basically the point of the movie. If you are a teen and decide to watch it, consider it like the movie version of Cards Against Humanity. You wouldn't want to watch/play it with your whole family. It's not a 10/10 movie, but it's a good laugh. You just have to know where your maturity level lies with the language, visuals, and references. It is R rated for a reason. They use profanity that can get as bad as the "c-word" which I think is probably the most striking language in the movie. I honestly wouldn't waste my time on the movies and just watch the TV series. You'll get to learn the characters and the storyline way better and it's just less crude.

a b Blunkett, John (14 September 2010). "The Inbetweeners pulls highest-ever audience for an E4 original commission". The Guardian. London . Retrieved 14 September 2010.

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