|Genre:||Comedy, UK TV, New to Library|
|Year of Release:||2011|
Screened locally on GO! to critical and audience acclaim, The Inbetweeners is the painfully funny smash hit comedy about four teenagers growing up in suburbia.
Will McKenzie (Simon Bird) is on a bad run. His parents have just divorced and, to make matters worse, his mum has moved him from a posh private school and into the sixth form at the local comprehensive. Despite the twin handicaps of being the new kid and carrying ‘an actual briefcase’, Will quickly makes new friends – Simon (Joe Thomas), Neil (Blake Harrison) and Jay (James Buckley).
Unfortunately, they are far from the coolest kids at school. Together they attempt to navigate the perils of sixth form life while trying to make girls, like the gorgeous Carli D’Amato (Emily Head) ‘notice them for who they really are’.
Which is a bad move, because they are idiots. Over the course of their first term alone, the boy’s roll call of dishonour includes; accidentally hitting a disabled girl in the face with a Frisbee, drunkenly puking on a seven year old child, gate crashing a funeral cortege in Simon’s tiny, bright yellow car, and calling Neil’s dad a ‘bumder’.
The Inbetweeners will gross you out, have you laughing inappropriately and remind you that school really was fun while it lasted!
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