- 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: 4.8 out of 5 stars See all reviews (151 customer reviews)
- ASIN: B001O6R2T6
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 25,264 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)
The Inbetweeners: Series 1 And 2 [DVD]
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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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Top Customer Reviews
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"!
OK, so it's 20 years since I was at school but those boys are just the same as the ones I went to school with; nothing changes. The geeky interlectual one, the gorgeous but doesn't know it one, the sex-mad lad and the dim one. This lot were all in my class! And it actually made me want to be back there!
I laughed, I cringed and I watched it all again.
The Inbetweeners are neither pure 'jocks' or pure 'geeks'- they fall inbetween- clever, eh!?
To broadly summarise the 4 main leads, there is: Will- posh, no social skills, up himself and clueless with women, Simon- good looking enough to make it with women, but obsessed with one girl and no social skills, Jay- sex obsessed: talking and thinking 24/7- but alas never had sex and no social skills and Neil- nice but dumb with no social skills. Get the trend here?
If you liked Teachers or Peep Show, this series will be right up your street. Like Teachers, there is a cracking soundtrack of music from the last year or two.
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.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Really enjoyed a couple of episodes of this especially the Thorpe Park episode.
However it palled with me very quickly. I find it very repetitive. Read more
No sound very disappoined.. To expensive to send back as it cancels out purchase and previous pxpPublished 10 months ago by Canary fairy from leeds