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The IT Crowd: Season 3


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Product Details

  • Actors: Chris O'Dowd, Richard Ayoade, Matt Berry
  • Directors: Graham Linehan
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: MPI HOME VIDEO
  • DVD Release Date: September 15, 2009
  • Run Time: 137 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (81 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002EOVX9W
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,920 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

Special Features

Audio commentary with Graham Linehan
An interview with Graham
Original title sequence Animatic
Deleted Scene 1: 'Look After Yourself'
Deleted Scene 2: 'Roy's Sex Life'
Set Tour
Out Takes

Editorial Reviews

Product Description

From the Producer of the Office and Director Graham Linehan

Version 3.0 has finally arrived, and your most urgent IT Department queries can now be answered: Will Jen s builder urinate in all her sinks? Why is Moss speaking like a manly football fan? How did Roy end up living on the street? Who is Reynholm s new Employee Of The Month? Can anyone stop the horror of Friendface? Should a charity calendar ever feature topless nerds? Have you tried turning it off and on again? Chris O Dowd, Richard Ayoade, Katherine Parkinson and Matt Berry star in this all-new season of the Emmy winning IFC hit from writer/director Graham Linehan (FATHER TED) and executive producer Ash Atalla (THE OFFICE). THE IT CROWD proves, says Wired, that nothing beats funny walks or electroshock-therapy pants when it comes to getting a big-ass belly laugh!

Review

Outrageously funny Combines the humor of THE OFFICE with the slapstick camaraderie of SEINFELD --TV DVD Reviews.com

Keyboard-Destroyingly Funny… --BoingBoing

Kick Arse Comedy! --Entertainment Weekly

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This is one of the best shows ever.
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This is one of those amazingly funny shows that make me laugh like crazy.
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I saw clips of the show on YouTube...I decided to buy all four seasons!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By J. Hart on April 2, 2010
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The third series of The IT Crowd is the show's peak, in my opinion. Unlike American TV, British seasons are so short that one bad episode can really weigh down a season. That's why The IT Crowd: The Complete Third Season is the only DVD of a British show I've ever bought; three of the six episodes are funny, and the other three are completely hilarious.

Canned laughter is a negative and some of the humor goes too far into zany territory for my taste, but the cast and writing of The IT Crowd are great fun. I watched all three seasons on Netflix before getting this one to share with friends and family. I'm an IT guy so I expected this show to be a lot of un-funny pandering (think The Big Bang Theory), but I was impressed and recommend this to fans of British comedy. You don't have to be a geek to get the jokes, but it probably helps.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By William G. Ratcliffe on September 27, 2010
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As I approach middle-age, In watching tv, i have witnessed many a tv show, both American, and from the UK.
This was recommended to me by a friend who claimed it was not just funny, but at times outrageous. At the time I bought this, Series 2 was also released, so i purchased both.
What a wise move.
The show is not as outrageous as was told, but is pure fun. I am still laughing at one joke, where the female boss of the IT department in a meeting of higher-ups claims that 'If you type Google within the Google site, you will break the internet'. Ok, is not as funny in print, but seeing it made my sides split.
Ross is my favorite. He is so hysterical, and what comes out of his mouth is so endearing, and all else that happens to the 3 employees of a business that has yet to say what they do believe it or not makes a classic tv show. Not offensive, and yet at times a little risque, you sense to be part of a family who work leisurely among those who think they know everything, but when it comes to computers, are clueless. It gives a new meaning to 'Is your computer turned on?'.
Love this show!
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on August 23, 2009
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This is one of those amazingly funny shows that make me laugh like crazy. It is definitely in my top 5 list! :)

While some episodes are funnier than others, each episode has at least one really good laugh in it. The type of stuff that you spend the next few days giggling about whenever you remember the scene. I just really love it.

Hopefully, they will make a fourth season, since I already miss it.

Enjoy!
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Richard Hine on September 21, 2009
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Maybe Season Three of The IT Crowd carried the burden of high expectations (at least as far as I was concerned). Seasons One and Two were hilarious and, judged by those pre-set standards, I couldn't help feeling that Season Three came out of the gate a little sluggishly. Was creator-writer Graham Linehan (of "Father Ted" fame) coasting just a little?

The first four episodes - From Hell, Are We Not Men?, Tramps like Us, and Speech - all succeed on their own terms and have plenty of laughs. But I've come to expect more from Roy, Moss and Jen. Sure, I like the way each episode introduces a variety of disparate elements and then uses them all to great comic effect. For example, when Roy gives a homeless guy 50p but criticizes his hard-luck story in episode three, we know that's a sentiment that will come back to haunt him. As soon as Roy and Moss bluff their way into the hearts of some "real men" in episode two, we know there's trouble in store. And it's funny to see Jen take her employee of the month award so seriously - even putting an Oprah quote on her office door - in episode four. Through the end of episode four, most of this season's surprises come from Douglas Reynholm (Matt Berry), the boorish boss who is forced to wear "electric sex pants" as part of a harassment settlement and gets to date a post-op transsexual, too.

The season reclaims past heights with episodes five and six - Friendface and Calendar Geeks. The intro to the Friendface episode , with its takedown of social networking sites ("don't think about germs..."), is uproarious.
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Here's a bit of reassurance: "The IT Crowd" has been staggeringly funny for two seasons already, and "The IT Crowd: The Complete Third Season" does not disappoint. The technonerds are still clueless, Jen's love life is still a wasteland, and Douglas finds ever more creative ways to run his company into the ground -- and oh yes, the Internet is destroyed.

Jen is horrified when Roy identifies a builder working on her home as a "Builder From Hell" who has a penchant for urinating in sinks; at the same time, Douglas uncovers an old revolver in his desk. Guess how well THAT goes. Then Moss and Roy pretend to be "proper men," hanging out in pubs with soccer fans... but when the "proper men" turn out to have some criminal plans, Roy ends up sandwiched in the middle.

Additionally, when Jen steps out for a brief job interview at another company, the IT department starts to fall apart -- Moss gets concussed ("Jen, can I call you back? I've just got Jen on the other line"), and Roy is ejected from the building after his jacket is stolen. And when Jen is selected as employee of the month, the boys decide to play a prank on her.

When the IT trio sign up for the networking sight Friendface, they find themselves reconnecting with some old friends and exes -- and Jen ends up dragging Moss to her school reunion as her fake husband, while Roy goes on a date with the Joker. Finally, Roy is enlisted to photograph a nude calendar to raise money for "bosseyedness" -- but after Jen convinces the women that it's sexist, he finds himself having to photograph some less attractive subjects.

Electric sex pants, nude calendars, screaming Japanese businessmen, near-death experiences ("That looked like Hitler!
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