The Inbetweeners 3 Seasons 2009

Season 2
(25) IMDb 8.4/10

1. The Field Trip TV-NR CC

It's a new term and that means it's time for the Geography and Sociology field trip to the seaside town Swanage.

Starring:
Simon Bird, James Buckley
Runtime:
26 minutes
Original air date:
April 2, 2009

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Product Details

Genres Comedy
Director Ben Palmer
Starring Simon Bird, James Buckley
Supporting actors Blake Harrison, Joe Thomas, Emily Head, Waen Shepherd, Henry Lloyd-Hughes, Greg Davies, John Seaward, Jayne Wisener, Kali Peacock, Richard Hart, Jean Reeve
Network Entertainment One
Producers Damon Beesley, Letitia Knight, Iain Morris, Christopher Young
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Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By By CJs Pirate on July 13, 2014
Season 2 of Inbetweeners is a little bit funnier than Season 1. Season 2 has Simon pining wildly and loudly over his hopeful girlfriend, Carli.

With only six episodes during Season 2, it manages to bring the boys closers together. Jay's wild stories get only wilder while the desperation to fit in has Will always trying to do something to feel as though he truly belongs. Neil, always the "butt" of father jokes lends a certain innocence to the whole group.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Michael on June 21, 2013
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I have a weakness for British comedies so was glad to discover this one. I seldom laugh out loud while watching comedies, but "The Inbetweeners" had me going multiple times. I finished all available series and watched the movie.
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Format: DVD
After a dramatic debut, the award winning comedy, The Inbetweeners (2008-2010) returns for its second season (Series 2), with six more episodes following the exploits of 17 year old schoolmates, Will (Simon Bird), Simon (Joe Thomas), Jay (James Buckley), and Neil (Blake Harrison). The humor, which you will probably either love or hate, is even more outrageous, crude, and offensive than before. Those not familiar with British slang, may miss some of the comic "nuances", but the general meaning of most of the humor should be understandable to Americans. Some spoilers follow, as this review assumes the reader has some familiarity with the program.

Series 2 gets off to a flying start in "The Field Trip", as students from Rudge Park Comprehensive school go on an excursion. Will rents a boat for a romantic date with a girl he has just met, but when the his friends show up early, Will takes them on what becomes a disastrous ride, as Simon falls into the river, and then strips off his clothes. With the craft dead in the water, Jay signals for help, resulting in the arrival of the authorities.

In "A Night Out In London", Simon and the guys head to a fancy club, where Simon hopes to hook up with his unrequited love Carli (Emily Head), and Will with her friend Rachel. The trip starts out badly, as Neil injures himself on a beer can, then Simon has to trade his sneakers, for a bum's urine soaked shoes, in order to gain entry to the club. It's all downhill from there, as Neil and Jay are ejected after an incident in the restroom.

Will's misfortunes with women continues, in "The Duke of Edinburg Awards", where he becomes interested in an "older woman", his former babysitter, who works at a care home for the elderly.
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By Sydney Domville on April 14, 2014
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I was up all night packing for a trip and finished it in one go. Totally and completely worth it.
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Warning: this is not a show for children or anyone with a delicate sensibility! Lots of language and sexual comments. Given that, it's the funniest thing I've seen in a loooong time. The series stars four teenagers at a British public school, who never fail to outrageously screw up every situation presented. For example, one of the characters gets drunk before going over to see a girl he's got a crush on, which causes him to throw up all over her kitchen, and onto her young nephew. One of the four is strangely like a young Eric Idle in voice and appearance, and that only makes it better.

An outrageously funny series!
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By Bob on November 29, 2013
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Brilliant view of four adolescent british boys. You will laugh till you cry and then you will laugh some more.
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Season 2 builds off of Season 1 and the cast is great together. They have banded together and the comedy ensues.
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By MacAngus on November 14, 2013
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Irreverent but brilliant ...not for the faint hearted and extremely crude but maybe one of the funniest shows ever written!
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