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RE: The Inbetweeners - 5/10/2010 1:42:27 PM   
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I just watched it again and found it just as funny.

The scene where Jay is telling Neil about his mate who got his head stuck in the bottle bank is borderline genius! Also had to laugh at the car journey home where a drunken Jay (between vomitting) goes 'beep beep beep' at the mention of Tara!

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RE: The Inbetweeners - 5/10/2010 2:34:21 PM   
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The bit where Will throws back the covers because he's realised what Neil's doing was hilarious. Then the fact he doesnt stop had me in stitches.

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RE: The Inbetweeners - 5/10/2010 2:39:09 PM   
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it was a real return to form.

And does anyone think that Tara is incredibly fit?

Wonder if she'll feature again now?

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RE: The Inbetweeners - 5/10/2010 3:45:32 PM   
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it was a real return to form.

And does anyone think that Tara is incredibly fit?

Wonder if she'll feature again now?


i would think so, there has got to be some cringe-worthy begging to get back with her??

thankfully after the dreadful 1st episode the series has got better each week

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RE: The Inbetweeners - 5/10/2010 4:06:43 PM   
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And does anyone think that Tara is incredibly
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ORIGINAL: Sledge Hammer

I just watched it again and found it just as funny.

The scene where Jay is telling Neil about his mate who got his head stuck in the bottle bank is borderline genius! Also had to laugh at the car journey home where a drunken Jay (between vomitting) goes 'beep beep beep' at the mention of Tara!


Funniest moment of the ep for me.

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RE: The Inbetweeners - 5/10/2010 10:31:21 PM   
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Yep defo the best so far

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When the brother walks passed the door it absolutely killed me

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RE: The Inbetweeners - 5/10/2010 10:34:29 PM   
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quote:

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it was a real return to form.

And does anyone think that Tara is incredibly fit?

Wonder if she'll feature again now?


i would think so, there has got to be some cringe-worthy begging to get back with her??

thankfully after the dreadful 1st episode the series has got better each week


Tara and Carly have to meet. Got to happen before the end.


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RE: The Inbetweeners - 5/10/2010 10:56:10 PM   
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I actually flinched off of the sofa when he started punching himself in the dick.

Vintage episode.

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RE: The Inbetweeners - 6/10/2010 8:41:09 AM   
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Also had to laugh at the car journey home where a drunken Jay (between vomitting) goes 'beep beep beep' at the mention of Tara!



That had me rolling round in laughter. Had to rewind it to watch it again. Genius.


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RE: The Inbetweeners - 6/10/2010 9:39:50 AM   
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I'm clearly going against the grain here. I thought Monday's episode was rubbish and I don't think I laughed once.

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RE: The Inbetweeners - 6/10/2010 10:07:51 AM   
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I'm clearly going against the grain here. I thought Monday's episode was rubbish and I don't think I laughed once.


Now I feel better as I really didn't enjoy the episode, granted there were times I laughed, but this Season and Mondays episode just haven't lived up to previous seasons for me.

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RE: The Inbetweeners - 6/10/2010 10:53:50 AM   
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Granted it has funny moments, but the characters are horrid and it is massively overhyped.

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RE: The Inbetweeners - 6/10/2010 1:43:58 PM   
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Neil wetting the bed and then standing there still pissing over Will as he could not stop, had me rolling around laughing

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RE: The Inbetweeners - 12/10/2010 9:19:39 AM   
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Thought last nights episode was average at best (much like the season opener), which is a shame because the last three have been corkers.

Here's hoping they go out with a bang next week!

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RE: The Inbetweeners - 12/10/2010 10:01:52 AM   
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I was really underwhelmed last night too.

Nothing really seemed to happen.

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RE: The Inbetweeners - 12/10/2010 10:12:57 AM   
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Last nights episode was okay. The first half was a bit slow but redeemed itself in the second half. It occurred to me last night after watching the episode that the girls haven't really featured much this year. Yes we had Tara but from the TV promo it was suggested that there was going to be a hint of jealousy from Carli. After the first episode she's been totally forgot about which is strange considering how much Simon pined after her in the previous two seasons. As for Charlotte, I can understand why she doesn't feature as much, being at university, but I enjoyed her chemistry with Will and his longing for her. Considering most boys their age pine after women it's a bit sad to see these two supporting characters written out so quickly.

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RE: The Inbetweeners - 12/10/2010 10:35:41 AM   
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Yeah - agree with the others so far, last nights was below par. Found myself forcing a laugh to try and enjoy it more. Did love the line about Simon looking like Neil's Cousin with Downs though. 

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RE: The Inbetweeners - 12/10/2010 11:36:47 AM   
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Another great episode last night. This series has been better than series 2 imo. One of the best things about last nights episode is how low key it all was. No ridiculously over the top ending and as a result i think it makes it much more believable.

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RE: The Inbetweeners - 12/10/2010 11:50:31 AM   
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Another great episode last night. This series has been better than series 2 imo. One of the best things about last nights episode is how low key it all was. No ridiculously over the top ending and as a result i think it makes it much more believable.


Agree. I caught this last night and found it more charming, believeable and funny because of its low key nature. Sure, there was still some bad dialogue and acting, but overall it was the most enjoyable episode I've watched (note my previous hatrid).

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RE: The Inbetweeners - 12/10/2010 12:41:52 PM   
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Will kicking the front door into the old ladies face had me in stitches, what a great episode that was, can't wait for the finale and then the film next year.

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RE: The Inbetweeners - 12/10/2010 12:52:18 PM   
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couple of great lines last night from jay, when he looked at the squirrel and sad his eyes look all sad and then the finalle with whats happened to the dog had me choking trying not to laugh. My gf was open mouthed shocked at that line!

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RE: The Inbetweeners - 12/10/2010 1:44:52 PM   
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When he says he'll never wank again and neil puts his arm round him to comfort him "you will!"

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RE: The Inbetweeners - 12/10/2010 6:14:54 PM   
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I thought last nights episode was great! Not quite as good as last week but these last two are the only ones this series that a have really laughed hard at (not that I haven't enjoyed it). The boys sitting themselves at getting caught over the vandalism was so true to life. Poor Benji paying the ultimate price for Jay's lies nearly killed me!

Gilbert made me chuckle too with his comment about Will calling him daddy if he fucked his mum!

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RE: The Inbetweeners - 12/10/2010 10:50:54 PM   
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Other than Will kicking the door in the old woman's face, I thought that was another weak episode. Barely raised a smile throughout. I find Jay a really grating character when the series is really funny, when it is struggling I find him really difficult to watch.

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RE: The Inbetweeners - 13/10/2010 1:10:37 PM   
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I thought that was a pretty funny episode, especially the old woman getting decked and the way they were taking the piss out of Will about his mum. It still bothers me how cartoonish the characters are getting though. Will has turned into an OCD prick, Jay's lying is virtually at psychosis-level, and Neil has degenerated from just being a bit stupid into practically a mental retard.

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RE: The Inbetweeners - 13/10/2010 4:13:34 PM   
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Although the episode was the weakest of the series, it did give us this brilliant quote:

"They're only daffodils. Little fucking show offs. Look at me - I'm out first and all yellow. Fuckers!"





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RE: The Inbetweeners - 14/10/2010 4:40:35 PM   
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WTF?!
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RE: The Inbetweeners - 14/10/2010 4:51:17 PM   
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WTF?!
http://www.sugarscape.com/main-topics/lads/569344/justin-bieber-star-inbetweeners




I was about to slag this ridiculous non story off (second hand quote with the bloody star as a primary source) but thinking about it, a bieber cameo would probably add a couple of zeros on to the US box office takings of an Inbetweeners film.

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RE: The Inbetweeners - 14/10/2010 5:22:27 PM   
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RE: The Inbetweeners - 16/10/2010 12:13:03 AM   
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Although the episode was the weakest of the series, it did give us this brilliant quote:

"They're only daffodils. Little fucking show offs. Look at me - I'm out first and all yellow. Fuckers!"






Is that Jay? He's got some issues.

I've enjoy the series. It's not been as good as the previous ones but it's been a decent watch.

I'd like to see them tackle university also. Having the guys go there different way's but still be mates etc. It would be a bit like a high school reunion with other characters just to see where they've ended up and how much some have changed .... whilst others remain the same etc.

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