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In the gleaming high-rise offices of Reynholm Industries, powerful executives oversee billion dollar business deals. But in the dark and shabby basement, the company s IT Support Team bitter slacker Roy (Chris O Dowd), socially inept Moss (Richard Ayoade), and their new boss, computer illiterate Jen (Katherine Parkinson) rule their own domain of professional irresponsibility, mega-nerd ecstasy, and random acts of personal insanity.
Producer Ash Atalla (THE OFFICE) and writer/director Graham Linehan (FATHER TED), present the most critically acclaimed comedy series of the fall television season and a 2008 International Emmy Award winner for Best Comedy, now featuring deleted footage, audio commentaries, a behind-the-scenes documentary and much more.
"Kick Arse Comedy!" -Aubry D'Arminio, Entertainment Weekly
One of the lunatic joys of the comedy year...a deliriously funny workplace sitcom...On The IT Crowd, nobody s cool, but you ll love everyone. --Robert Abele, LA Weekly
...the funniest straight-ahead sitcom of the American fall television season...there is a lot of falling over. --Robert Lloyd, LA Times
…a cross between "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" on FX and "The Office" on NBC --Barry Garron, The Hollywood Reporter
My landlord/friend turned me on to this show. It's just hilarious one of the best shows to come out of the UK!Published 1 day ago by Dave Lamphier
A fantastic series! The writing is top-notch, the characters are absolutely perfect, and the actors portraying them cannot be matched. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Lauren
This comedy is mostly slapstick (I have only seen the first two episodes; I may not watch any more of them). Read morePublished 2 months ago by G. Kukis
I turned this off when the laugh-track started up. I wasn't able to concentrate upon the dialog with the tension of waiting for the next burst of canned laughter to erupt. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Stephanos
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|What, as we the fans, can we do to ensure the survival of series like this?||
There is going to be a 4th series... unfortunatly there prob' won't be a fifth given Graham Linehan's views on not wanting to be too repetitive.
For my part I've bought the region 2 and now the region 1 dvd's... so yea.
Apr 15, 2009 by Edward A. Jermakian | See all 5 posts
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