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The Inbetweeners 3 Seasons 2009

Season 2
4.6 out of 5 stars (59) IMDb 8.4/10

What do you get when you have a group of people who are not cool enough to be popular and not geeky enough to be nerds? You get The Inbetweeners. In the first episode of the second series, it's a new term and the infamous sociology and geography field trip to Swanage is coming up.

Starring:
Simon Bird, James Buckley

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1. Field Trip

It's a new term and a geography field trip looms. A new girl, Lauren, has joined the school, and Will has taken a particular shine to her. There's only one problem - she has her eye on Simon. No fish were inhumanely treated during the filming of the episode!

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2. Work Experience

Jay has sorted out something for himself and Simon at his dad's plant hire. Meanwhile, Will gets to see life in a place where he is 'too clever' to actually work.

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3. Will's Birthday

It's Will's birthday, and he's planning a suitably grown-up dinner, with a few friends, and any girls they can persuade to come. Unfortunately, Will's do clashes with a more popular party...

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4. Night Out in London

Will decides that the lads should be cool, and become 'the boys who go to clubs'. They head to the West End, and meet aggressive bouncers, tramps and angry bus passengers.

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5. Duke of Edinburgh

Will is asked to co-ordinate the school's Duke of Edinburgh award scheme, and immediately turns the situation to his advantage, using it as an opportunity to try to snare an older university student.

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6. End of Term

Exams are looming, and Will is getting stressed. Simon at last seems to be making some headway with Carli - he's helping her revise (albeit at the expense of his own revision).

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Bonus: Highlights: Will

Meet Will the eternal optimist. He's smarter than his mates, at least in his own head. Strong language

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Bonus: Highlights: Neil

This is Neil. He's alright, but then he doesn't know any better. Strong language and adult humour

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Bonus: Highlights: Simon

Meet Simon. He's a hopeless romantic in love with Carli d'Amato who is out of his league. Strong language and adult humour

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Bonus: Highlights: Jay

Meet Jay. He's sexually obsessed, but if you think he's vile, you should see his dad. Adult humour

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Product Details

Genres Teen & Young Adult, Comedy
Director Ben Palmer
Starring Simon Bird, James Buckley
Supporting actors Blake Harrison, Joe Thomas
Season year 2009
Network 4OD
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

Customer Reviews

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By A customer VINE VOICE on 30 July 2009
Format: DVD
There is normally a drop un the quality of second series but this is not the case ,as the first series layed the plot and introduced the main actors , series two takes them to the limits of hilarity.

The same story in each episode a "quest for love" that put the boys in a win-win situation "what can go wrong ?" ,well everything . The good about this comedy is that the situations are very real and anyone with slighty clumsy mates will relate to them.

In terms of the episodes there are all very good and original but "exam time" has a 10/10 factor with many jokes coming one after the other and a massive one at the end that left me on the floor.

The second series ends with AS exams ,so there is another year of fun ahead and series 3 will start filming soon.
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This is an amazing series. Full of humour. It really appeals to me as it is fairly reminiscent of life in state school sixth forms. It is very nostalgic. I would recommend to anyone who has an outlandish sense of humour and anyone who is not easily offended by crude language. :) A good gift for that university student.
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I love the Inbetweeners, its so funny, although a little explicit. Series 2 made me laugh many times, such as when they are stuck in the boat and they catch a fish. 'And say what? Help, we've caught a fish, we're only in the harbour, what are they going to do, tow us 4 feet closer to the shore!' made me laugh so much, Simon Bird (Will) is a really good actor. Another example is when they use hair removal cream to take away Wills pubes, but he has a date and wants them back, so Simon suggests to use a wig. If you are considering buying it, do as you won't regret it :)
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The Inbetweeners has successfully captured life as teenager. Whilst shows like Skins make life to be one long sex filled party, with drama and crazy adventures, this show has captured what being a teenage boy is like for most of us - boring and frustrating. That's no bad thing though. It means that almost anyone can relate to the characters, for instance, everyone you talk to knows a character like Jay.

The comedy is like that of peep show in that it'll make you cringe, and it might not be for everyone, but its definitely worth watching. When i first saw the adverts I thought it would be rubbish, but give it a go and you won't regret it. I think it's fair to say that this is also a big improevment on an already great first series.
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I was drawn into the first series hearing our 17 year old son laughing out loud and quickly became hooked. The second series hasn't disappointed with more gems from surviving the sixth form. The characters are all so recognisable, wonderfully cast. I'm sure the writers can follow the lads into their final year at school and even beyond...
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Awesome series.

Well written and always hilarious. You must watch this several times as you'll be laughing so hard and may miss the next vulgar, yet extremely amusing one-liner.
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What an excellent series of the hit E4 sitcom this was. The second helping of 'The Inbetweeners' is comedy gold from start to end. I enjoyed the first, but this was better. I can watch these ones back-to-back, and still find something new to laugh at. British comedy rocks!

Originally broadcast in 2009, here we find those four quirky teenage buddies: Will, Simon, Jay and Neil, portrayed by a cast of capable young actors, enter the sixth form, and their crazy adventures continue. A very realistic portrayal of life in schools, and as someone, a lad as well, who only left the education system some seven years (scary thought really, as I can remember it like it was yesterday), I can safely say that this show is both highly relatable and nostalgic to myself, and I know countless others.

'The Inbetweeners' is for fans of 'Skins' and 'Misfits', but if you're easily offended by bad language and outrageous behaviour (then you don't/won't like the aforementioned), then this is absolutely not for you.

The DVD contains the full six episodes, and a hour of entertaining special features. Such extras include cast and writer commentaries, deleted scenes, and lots of revealing behind-the-scenes footage.
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I'm loving this new comedy idea from Channel 4. Hilarious comedy mixed with drama and anything else you find at high school. Genuinely funny characters and great casting. Hopefully tv series like this(and skins) could be made into a movie which would be the icing on the cake! Have yet to see the first series and must purchase the series soon! I'm sure it will be as great as this!
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