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  • Actors: Simon Bird, James Buckley, Blake Harrison, Joe Thomas, Greg Davies
  • Format: PAL
  • Subtitles: English
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: Channel 4
  • DVD Release Date: 18 May 2009
  • Run Time: 300 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (143 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001O6R2T6
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 30,546 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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All 12 episodes from the first two series of the comedy drama following the lives and trials of four new sixth-formers. With his parents recently divorced, private school boy Will McKenzie (Simon Bird) has to move into the sixth form at the local comprehensive. After an initial rough patch, not helped by dressing like the archetypal geek and carrying a briefcase, he makes friends with Simon (Joe Thomas), Neil (Blake Harrison) and Jay (James Buckley), who, although they're slightly more streetwise, are just as uncool. Desperately trying to raise their kudos, they soon embark on a series of embarrassing atttempts to try and woo the opposite sex, with varying degrees of success. Series one episodes are: 'The First Day', 'Bunk Off', 'Thorpe Park', 'Girlfriend', 'Caravan Club' and 'Xmas Party'. Series two episodes are: 'The Field Trip', 'Work Experience', 'Will's Birthday', 'Night Out in London', 'The Duke of Edinburgh Awards' and 'Exam Time'.

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4.9 out of 5 stars

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By D. M. Watkin on 10 Feb. 2010
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
As stated by Nuts magazine.. "The Inbetweeners is the best sitcom since Peep Show". The inbetweeners is simply brilliant. Joe Thomas, Simon Bird, Blake Harrison and James Buckley make a stunning team with brilliant on screen chemistry under the guidance of experienced writers damon Beesley and Iain Morris.
Although deffinitely aimed at the younger generations, older people may enjoy moments too. For example my father was laughing, yet my mother hated it. Partly due to the language which is the main reason that it is rated 18. The quadlet's brilliantly funny adventures and failures make for a great laugh all the way through some episodes. Series 2 also features a guest appearance from Jayne Wisener although not necessarily the most convincing while comedian Greg davies takes the role of head of 6th form superbly. As a whole, the acting is sensational. Even the characters with smaller parts. Some of the extras aren't anything special, with a lot of them breaking rule number one: don't look directly at the camera, but maybe they heard 'sitcom' and instantly thought 'Ricky Gervais' in which case they can be excused.
Put simply, if you enjoy laughing at other people's expense and some whacky but still believable situations then this is for you. If you hate the use of bad language for the sake of it, then stay away. I really would reccommend this to anyone between the ages of 15 and 50.
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60 of 64 people found the following review helpful By Dr Evil TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 13 July 2009
Format: DVD
I hadn't seen any of THE INBETWEENERS when it was showing on E4 but after strong recommendations from my friends I decided to give this a go. I sat down to watch it yesterday morning and 6 hours later I had finished them all - it is that addictive. It tells the story of Will, a 12th year student who moves to a state school after being bullied at his previous school. There he eventually makes some new friends who are not popular enough to be the cool kids but not nerdy enough to be the geeks, so they are the inbetweeners. The show deals with getting girls, school, parents, alcohol, bullying and everything else that makes up the everyday life of a teenage boy basically.

If you imagine Grange Hill but with mouths that you wouldn't believe kiss their mothers then this is what you'll get. It is rude, hilarious, in some ways realistic and most importantly - very watchable. The characters are all fantastic, each one of them I'm sure you can relate to either yourself or someone you knew back at school. The script is very witty and fast-moving with some extremely memorable one-liners.

I've only watched these the once but I am already a fan. There's no doubt in my mind that I'll be watching these all again very soon and I look forward to seeing series 3 when it's on now. Highly recommended! Tell your "fwends"!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mrs. D. M. Sutton on 11 April 2010
Format: DVD
I'd heard so many great things about this show but was still hesitant to buy it but after my sister showing me series one I just had to get both series. This show is undoubtedly one of the best comedy's out there with characters so believable it's scary. Series three is currently in production and also the writers have an idea for a possible Inbetweeners movie and two members of the cast have there own idea which apparently is "Annoyingly funnier than the writers'".

The story follows a child called Will who ends up having to leave his cosy Private school and enter Comprehensive School Sixth Form. At first all students hate him by calling him many names which are also believable, that is everyone except the freaks which are the other new students which includes recurring characters Big John who is bullied because of his weight, and Susie a 12 year old geek who has a funny appearance in series 1, episode 4. However Will's pursuit takes him to three students: a hopless romantic called Simon who continuously whines about how much he fancies Carli D'amato (another recurring character), a borderline sex pest called Jay with some very outrageous stories and Neil whom sometimes is so dumb it's more like having a pet than a friend.

Series One, 5 Stars:
This is a very funny start with some continous gags for example students calling Will's mother fit and Will, Jay and Simon's tormenting Neil of his father being gay and Neil denying it by saying "Hey my dad's not bent!" This series brings some huge laughs that will have your entire face hurting. The episodes are:
1. First Day - Follows Will's first day at the comprehensive school which ends with hilarious results.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By J. Cronin VINE VOICE on 12 July 2009
Format: DVD
If you're a fan of Peep Show, then I think you cannot afford to miss the inbetweeners. Delivered in half-hour episides, it's packed full of puerile humour, cringeworthy scenes and is genuinely hilarious.

Will, the nerdy geeky one, is sent to a local comprehensive following his parent's divorce and subsequent removal from private school. While there, he befriends lovesick Simon, sex pest Jay and happy golucky but dim Neil. They form a group that is not quite cool, not quite uncool - a precarious position in the social strata of secondary education.

These two short series revolve about the main driving desire of the lads - sex. Unsurprisigly, their quests to appear cool, meet girls and get off lead to many embarassing, laugh out loud situations. There are many times when you will find yourself shouting at the telly "Don't do it lads, don't do it!" - but they go and do it. Excellent viewing.

The boxset of two seasons is probably the best way to see the show, as there are only a handful of episodes in each season and you will watch one episode after another - it's that good.
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