The IT Crowd

The IT Crowd

The Complete Second Season

DVD - 2009
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There are reasons the IT Department of Reynholm Industries is kept in the building's basement. Bitter slacker Roy, über-nerd Moss, and technically clueless Jen attend a night of theater, befriend a German cannibal, disrupt their boss' funeral, throw a dinner party, design the ultimate bra, and commit further acts of personal and professional irresponsibility.
Publisher: [Orland Park, IL] : MPI Home Video, [2009]
ISBN: 9780788609824
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (ca. 144 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in
Alternative Title: IT crowd (Television program)


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May 04, 2017

I love this British show, and have watched the series multiple times. It is hilarious. I highly recommend it if you are a fan of quirky or workplace comedies, are a nerd and/or you associate with nerds. It hardly seems possible now, but it actually took watching a few episodes of the first season for me to really enjoy the series. Don't give up on it too quickly.

Feb 27, 2014

Hilarious. I like that the humor isn't predictable. If you liked Black Books,you'll probably like this.

Feb 20, 2014

British comedy at its best. Binge watched the whole series. Lots o' laughs :-)

Nov 21, 2011

Very funny!! The first series pretty much stayed at Reynholm Industries. The second series ventures out into the world. The 1st episode involving a musical is side-splitting funny. Pokes at alot of politcal correctness, but in a nice way! "I am in an ethical pickle!"

JCLScottS Oct 21, 2010

Featuring the debut of the brilliant Matt Berry to the cast, season 2 kicks off with a hyper-space blast into the galaxy of funny. Thank you, England. You taught me to to laugh...again.


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