The Inbetweeners 3 Seasons 2008

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Season 1
(69) IMDb 7.8/10

1. First Day AGES_18_AND_OVER

Will's parents have just divorced and he has had to change schools and make a new set of friends. But his new mates are neither that cool nor that credible...

Starring:
Simon Bird, James Buckley
Runtime:
21 minutes

First Day

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Product Details

Genres Teen & Young Adult, Comedy
Director Gordon Anderson
Starring Simon Bird, James Buckley
Supporting actors Blake Harrison, Joe Thomas, Greg Davies, Emily Head, Martin Trenaman, Belinda Stewart-Wilson, Robin Weaver, Henry Lloyd-Hughes, John Seaward
Season year 2008
Network 4OD
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

25 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Earnest Scribbler on 12 July 2008
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I found this programme on E4 by accident a few weeks ago, and,honestly, it's one of the best/funniest things I've ever seen. Made me laugh out loud and I can't remember the last time that happened. (I'm a miserable ***). All the characters and general plots have been well described by others so I won't repeat their comments apart from agreeing wholeheartedly with them - apart from one (Right, Graeme?) So glad it's on DVD and there MUST be another series. I wish I could buy the entire cast/crew/writers and everyone else a drink.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By ms CL Thyer on 16 Nov 2008
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I watched some of the episodes the first time round but kept on forgetting it was on each week. Have recently found it being repeated by accident a couple of weeks ago after watching Desperate Housewives. Both my son (17) and I (46) were in stitches and crying with laughter. can't wait to watch the episode with the car - as it reminded me of my son starting his driving lessons!! and am soooo looking forward to watching the episodes I haven't yet seen
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By CD BELSON on 30 May 2008
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I saw the 6th episode on e4 last night, and have to say its one of the best shows for a long time. its incredibly easy to relate to, not one episode lets it down and i just pray to god they commission a second series, and perhaps airing it on channel 4 to boost ratings might help.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Denise Taylor on 25 Dec 2008
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Imagine being taken out of your private school and having to go to the local comprehensive, trying to fit in when you clearly don't.

Poor Will, trying to make friends and trying to impress. There are lots of moments which make you want to cringe, especially the vomiting, on Nemesis at Thorpe Park and at the caravan club disco.

This is the sort of DVD to watch when you want to relax over a drink or two and not need to use many brain cells. It's fun, and had me laughing out loud, and as a middle aged woman I don't usually find juvenile humour funny!
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28 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 28 Jun 2008
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This is what Channel 4, E4, comedy used to be about. With Peep Show starting to lose its edge (only just) and off the wall stuff like Father Ted a fond memory it desperately needed something and this is it.

I hated Skins, Hollyoaks for grown ups, and could never get away with the 'thumbs up to the drug culture' idea behind Shameless; Also after the terrible Blunder, hang your head channel 4 (and David Mitchell for being involved) for ever releasing such rubbish I was not expecting anything, especially as it had been condemned to E4 anonymity, so much so that I missed all but the 5th episode.
I have to say it was brilliant, a breath of fresh air in sit-coms. Yes there is swearing and sexual innuendo, I'm not a fan of too much swearing on TV but this just seemed right, realistic without feeling it's swearing for swearing sake.
I watched the whole series re-run and could not have been more impressed with a new comedy. The characters are a typical group of decent lads who find girls a mystery and the art of social etiquette a sharp learning curve into the big step up between teenage school leaver and sixth form young adult.
The main characters are so well observed that you really do feel a part of the group, something I haven't felt since Seinfeld and that's big praise.
All the lead roles are played admirably, the feelings of awkwardness, peer manipulation and the oblivious ignorance of the real world are what this part of life is about, and you get all that plus some of the best comedy moments for years.
They gel together so well it's hard to believe you aren't watching a fly on the wall series at times.
Jay reminds me very much of Eric Idle in both his confident performance and looks, the 'Nudge, nudge, wink, wink' sketch springs to mind.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Mr. A. Chandler on 23 Jun 2008
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I didn't catch this truly hilarious show on its first outing on E4 but managed to catch it when all episodes were played back-to-back! Funniest few hours of my life!

This comedy is so true to life and makes me miss those funny years at Sixth form. More so because i can relate to the group flitting between the 'in-crowd' and the 'nobodies'. Every school has its social divides!

Personal highlight for me was Jay's 'new friend'. The ribbing given to him from the lads was hilarious and you knew he would break at some point. Jumping up and down on the bonnet on his 'new friend's' car and shouting expletives has to be one of the funniest comedy moments i have seen in a long time, rivalled some Alan Partridge moments. When Jay originally gave the thumbs up to his 'new mate', I cringed as I know I am guilty of doing the same thing almost all my life.

Also look out for Will's outbust to 'queue jumpers' at Thorpe Park, his most shameful moment!

This is a must buy DVD, throw it on when you are getting nostalgic about school but fancy something a bit more garish than Grange Hill!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By herladyship VINE VOICE on 31 Aug 2008
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...as it's utterly filthy and vile (just like teenage boys) but I just can't help myself. What really makes The Inbetweeners stand out is the perfect timing of the actors and the little subtleties in their performances given that the script is anything but. Brilliant!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Ms. V. L. Owen on 11 July 2008
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I was laid up in hospital and don't normally watch later t.v on a Thursday night. I was so lucky to catch this show! I was lying on my bed trying hard to keep in my laughter, as others on the ward were asleep! I am a 37 year old woman and would like to stress, this show dosn't just appeal to young men!
And sorry to 'Two Pints...' fans, but if you're thinking it's going to be like that, you are sadly mistaken. This is funny! It's just hilarious! With a bit of dark/some might say a little sick, humour thrown in!
I've become an instant fan! Just you wait....it'll be one of those shows hardly anyone has seen and then it'll hit mainstream and everyone'll be into it!
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