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Thanks to some brilliant performances and a willingness to always go that little bit further, The Inbetweeners remains one of the freshest and funniest comedies produced about the very real pain of growing up.
It's a damn funny show with an incredibly raunchy but very smart sense of humor. Yes, there are some episodes that don't work, but the batting average is much higher than your average sitcom.
It's very British in its insistence on finding humour in effluence, flatus and vomit. It succeeds, even if queasily for the viewer.
While The Inbetweeners is never less than wholly believable, there is clearly a very adult ear at work, producing some of the most carefully crafted swearing on television. It remains, however, completely merciless.
What Damon Beesley and Iain Morris captured so perfectly wasn't just the clichés of teenager life, but the unique intensity and emotional turmoil that comes from sharing your life so closely with your friends.
Though at times it risked self-parody, The Inbetweeners picked up from a somewhat customary slow start to the series.
These four "friends" had a lot of laughs during their tenure; they just never got around to truly being who they were. If you're looking for a laugh, The Inbetweeners is a solid television program to go to. Just don't hope for anything more.
Sustained the giggles... I just wish there were a few more adult characters (especially teachers), and maybe some schoolgirls who aren't all there to be objects of the boy's lust.
It's been a good run for The Inbetweeners, a cheerfully vulgar, painfully recognisable trot through the pain of being a middle-class schoolboy from a nice family.
The feeling of squirming embarrassment is something the show thrives on, and just when you think it cannot get any worse for Will and his pals, the writers step it up a gear - always with hilarious results.
Following the hapless efforts of teenagers Simon, Will, Neil and Jay to survive school, gain acceptance, and get laid, the humour was lewd, crude, and very, very funny.
Audience Reviews for The Inbetweeners: Series 3
Jan 18, 2021The Inbetweeners is one of my favourite shows of all time. It's hilarious. Watching this show is always such a good time, It always has me intrigued with it's wacky story telling and hilarious characters and jokes. It's a shame this show had to end, but everything has to end somewhere. The legacy of this show will live on though.
Aug 06, 2020Es una serie muy entretenida, divertida y está llena de momentos memorables. TOTALMENTE RECOMENDADA.
Apr 17, 2020Absolutely hilarious. Best show on TV
Jul 16, 2016Can be watched again and again, superbly written great series!
Dec 05, 2015This show is a laugh riot. If this is your type of humor, theres no reason not to love all 18 episodes of this British comedy. It is mostly just for laughs and the story only has a few serious moments. Overall, if you want to watch something short and very funny, look no further and check this one out.
Oct 17, 2015Best Season And Had Some Great Moments Though
Sep 22, 2015Profane, frequently gross out humour and gags replete with bodiliy excretion, this is UK's answer to American Pie, but with funnier jokes! I was sorry to see it end, but looking forward to the two very popular films it spawned.
Aug 16, 2014My favourite TV series of all time
May 17, 2014Episodes like "Home Alone" are pure comedy gold, but their are just as many sweet and resonant moments with the characters as they naively go through their teenage life one social failure at a time, as we all have.
Dec 29, 2013The final season . The inbetweeners series 3.this TV show is still funny as hell.I mean the cast looks like they are having fun and the jokes/the writing is well made.