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Private school posh boy Will comes down in the world when his parents divorce and he is forced to attend Rudge Park Comprehensive School. His new schoolmates Simon, Neil and Jay teach him how to behave in the ‘real’ world – the world of pulling birds (or trying to) and being total plonkers.
Meanwhile Will has his own line in biting sarcasm to hide his feelings of sexual inadequacy. With a lighter approach to teenage angst than ‘Skins’, ‘The Inbetweeners’ is hilarious – if you like your gags to be non PC, juvenile and toe curling.
The USA version of ‘The Inbetweeners’ opened with a theme tune called ‘This Too Shall Pass’ – which was ironic as the show only lasted for one season. Is it just a cliché that UK humour doesn’t translate too well across the Atlantic?
Rae is 16 years old and she weighs 16 stone. At the start of the (BAFTA award winning) show she leaves a mental health institution after four months in therapy. She goes back periodically and has two friendship groups, one in and one out of the institution.
The show is funny, poignant and hard hitting. In the first episode she says – “I can’t believe I’ve got a group of friends. I can’t believe I’m actually out. I can’t believe they actually think I’m getting better”.
Caught in a freak storm while doing community service, four juvenile delinquents (who look like refugees from Guantanamo Bay in their orange jump suits) gain super powers: Sexual magnetism (‘Alisha’) invisibility (‘Simon’), the ability to rewind time (‘Curtis’) and telepathy (‘Kelly’).
Their mate ‘Nathan’ is seemingly left untouched by storm powers – until the macabre twist at the end of Series 1. Mix it all up with sex, death, drugs and rock and roll and you have a pretty groovy TV show about ‘out there’ youth.
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