The IT Crowd

The IT Crowd

The Complete Third Season

DVD - 2009 | Anamorphic widescreen edition.
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There are reasons the IT Department of Reynholm Industries is kept in the building's basement. The department's employees are bitter slacker Roy, über-nerd Moss, and technically clueless Jen. Jen finds that her builder is urinating in all of her sinks; Moss has begun to speak like a manly football fan; Roy is now living on the streets; Reynholm will have a new Employee Of The Month; Friendface's horror needs to be stopped; charity calendars may feature topless nerds.
Publisher: [Orland Park, Ill.] : MPI Home Video, [2009]
Edition: Anamorphic widescreen edition.
ISBN: 9780788609831
0788609831
Branch Call Number: DVD IT
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (137 min.) :,sound, color ;,4 3/4 in.

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chaz_1
Jan 26, 2019

When the characters are reacting day-to-day, the program is brilliant. However, when they make fun of upper management, it's low-hanging fruit.

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Matinee
Jan 22, 2019

I love this British show, and have watched the entire series multiple times. It is hilarious and quick to complete--there are only 24 half-hour episodes, plus a finale special. This third season includes "Are We Not Men?" and "Friendface," two of my favorite episodes of the series. It also includes "Calendar Geeks," which I think is the show's only dud of an episode. Senses of humor vary greatly, of course, and I think even that episode is worth seeing at least once.

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lindy919
Jun 06, 2018

This is a funny-than-not show ranging from a couple episodes where I did not laugh at all (the pilot episode, for one) to episodes that are genuinely brilliant. Overall, I laughed a lot but there is also its fair share of dumb jokes. In general, I'd say the series gets funnier as it goes along.

britprincess1ajax Jul 20, 2016

Ignoring the rough start (about two or three episodes of the first season in which the show is adjusting to its audience), THE IT CROWD proved to be hilarious with jokes overlapping from episode to episode and season to season. It was a bit ahead of its time although it gained a cult following and resonates still, as the computer age is not going to go away and the technological era is only sweeping in larger strokes across the world. As grandparents get online for the first time, it's no surprise that the question has to be asked: "Have you tried turning it off and then on again?" It's beautiful in its simplicity; I'm web and computer savvy, but even I can admit that this easy-peasy solution solves a whole range of problems. If you know anything at all about technology, you'll love this show about two geeks pushed into the basement of the office building until called upon to fix the computers upstairs and the shenanigans they get into when a pretty but computer illiterate manager is sent down to supervise them. I highly recommend it, especially the second season.

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troyjmund
Jan 14, 2015

If you like wacky Brit-coms, you'll like this. Very funny!

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pigweed
Mar 18, 2014

I didn't think that season 3 was as funny as 1 and 2. It was lacking the whimsy of the other two seasons. Still fun to watch though.

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nitetraino
Nov 07, 2009

Too juvenile, boring and unfunny for my taste. 0 of 10 stars

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