The IT Crowd is definitely one of the best British comedy series of the last years. The main actors are Jen, Moss and Roy who run the It department of a fictional British company. While Moss and Roy are your standard It nerds, Jen is quite the opposite without any knowledge of computers or technology.
She still manages to convince the director of the company to hire her as the head of the IT department. Unfortunately only two seasons with six episodes each have been produced so far, but Channel 4 did confirm that a third season is currently in production and will air in 2008.
The show is played in front of a live audience and I have to admit that this would be my number 1 pick for the best comedy show of the last years. The following two videos are the outtakes of the show which are also very funny. If you can get your hands on the show do it, it is really worth it.
Update: The two videos have unfortunately been removed from the video hosting site they were uploaded to. It is not clear if the original uploader has pulled them from the site, or if they have been pulled due to copyright issues.
Luckily, you find a series of outtakes on YouTube, which you can watch instead. The good news is, you find more than 40 minutes of IT Crowd outtakes there, instead of the shorter play time of the original videos.
The IT Crowd - Outtakes - Series 1
The IT Crowd - Outtakes - Series 2
The IT Crowd - Outtakes - Series 3
The IT Crowd - Outtakes - Series 4
Did you enjoy the outtakes? Let me know which scene you liked the most.
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